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All the setup for the deal is done on both companies ends, but EVERYTHING will be complete on March 20.
I think that anyone who got a debut title in Phase Three (i.e. Doctor Strange, Spider-Man, Black Panther, Captain Marvel) and other characters like Ant-Man and Wasp would probably be included. I'm not too certain on the prospect of Vision and Scarlet Witch cotinuing on the team, as those characters seem to be focused on the development of their own series instead. If anyone else were to stay, my hopes would be with War Machine,and I'd prefer Bucky and Sam but their focus is on their series as well. Looks like there's plenty of room for Shang-Chi and the Young Avengers to take over, oh well!
Yes, I will acknowledge that I did post the links a bit later. I only did that because one, I had to eat dinner and fix up the kitchen during the middle of the conversation so that was the reason for the break; but mainly because I believed everyone already knew this information. I now retract my former statement that seemed snarky to you, that's just how I feel when I'm on edge which is what this conversation did to me.
Would everyone be fine now with the information that's out there and is everything cleared up? I don't want to get into arguments with anyone, but this circumstance you guys put me through pushed forward with me defending myself and that put me out of the comfort of a civil conversation. I apologize now for the inconvenience that came out of this, and if you still want to say I'm boasting, then I don't care because I've already told you that I don't think I'm better than anyone.
I present my research on the Elementals, then someone starts an argument with me, and I start getting on the edge. That's how I am now. I'd like to know your stance on the Elementals and why you think that way. Just as a friendly conversation if we can take it that route now.
I said that statement because of my dedication to my research, while whenever I tell my Far From Home research to anyone, they reject it and start an argument with me. Exactly like this one, since it seems to always be an argument about the Elementals.
I understand that I play off as a type of know it all, and you even called me out as if I thought I had "superior knowledge" over others. But I've said time and time again that I don't think I'm any better then anyone else here, I've simply gone in depth with all the information at my disposal and used my sense of logistical theorizing to make sense out of everything and expressing them with others apart of the same community I'm apart of. If doing a lot of research and then presenting it to others who don't have that information is a wrong doing then I don't see the purpose of an informative community.
If you look in the comments on the video on Reddit, the literal first comment talks about Mysterio being behind the Elementals, with others also agreeing that that was their idea as well. Why am I all of a sudden being tormented by this none senseless argument against me. I just came to give more information and keep the community on the same page since everyone is still confused about the Elementals, and now everyone turns everything around against me. Where was the day when new information getting passed along to everyone was respected and acknowledged in fairness?
I'm not trying to be snarky, but you're really pushing me over the edge. I'm normally not like this.
The Elementals are in the movie. How is this not obvious yet!?
Here's a video with Jake talking about Mysterio's role with the Elementals at CCXP. They are a real thing in the movie. How ignorant are people, just look it up, that's what I did! reddit.com/r/marvelstudios/comments/a4exbu/jake_gyllenhaal_speaks_on_mysterio_spidermans
Yes they never were in Spider-Man comics, but they are a Marvel property and their is no restraints on the characters Marvel Studios can use from their own lineup that they own.
I didn't guess they were Elementals because they were already confirmed at CCXP. Seeing how no one believes me, here's one of the earliest articles about the CCXP footage: wegotthiscovered.com/movies/first-spider-man-far-home-trailer-description-debuted-ccxp-heres-showed
And Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spider-Man:_Far_From_Home#Premise
I'm not deeming anything I say as factual. I have no connections to anyone working at or for any version of Marvel or Disney. I've got zero insight on these things, but I keep on overseeing and giving out my logistical way of thinking, all of which are my own theories that I share and try to explain to my friends and others on informative sites like this one and the MCU wiki. A lot of people can have the same ideas, and I don't want to take any obsessive credit for any of my ideas. If I get something right or completely wrong, it's just an educated guess, nothing I could've known if anything gets spoiled because I don't know any spoilers until I see the films. To me this is more of a no harm, no foul type of situation; I can express my theories and opinions to any extent, and if I turn up to get something right and a property gets spoiled, I don't see that as myself to blame for simply guessing right. I understand why most people I communicate with start arguments with me, but I'm not the type of person that wants nor pursues or encourages these type of arguments. I just want everything to be settled down so everyone is on the same page at the end of the day.
I never said that was the legitimate plot. But yes, that is my theory. If you looked online, a lot of other people have a very similar plotline. I'm not alone on this one, so there isn't really any reason to try and criticize me over it. I'm not trying to sound snarky or like I'm smarter than anyone. I don't think I have any superiority, but I've had a long enough time being an MCU fan that I began noticing the way fans reacted and constantly made theories about everything, both logical and outlandish, so I decided to express my opinions on situations and also use my sense of logic and a crap ton of information about the MCU to formulate a logical and Marvel-esque format to clear up any questions or theories people might have. I know people won't like someone who swoops in out of the blue and carries with them a lot of knowledgable information about a wide topic, but I'm sorry that that's just what I've made my hobby into. As I said before, I don't want to sound snarky, and I don't see myself as superior to anyone, just a heavily dedicated fan who wishes everything make the same sense to everyone, and trust me, I've gotten into a lot of arguments over what I do.
I read all of the comments, and yes, these are most of my theories. I already stated that it was a theory that Mysterio was manipulating the Elementals to pose as a hero, and the Elementals are already confirmed to be in the film, just like they are in the comics. If you looked it up, then it would make sense. Even though they have nothing to do with Spider-Man in the comics, Hydron, Hellfire, Magnum, and Zephyr are the Elementals used in Far From Home. I don't see the purpose of an argument here.
About what? The Elementals were confirmed at CCXP. Look it up, other sources will tell you. If you're talking about Tony, that's just my assumption, I don't want him to die, but it's a huge expectation of mine since 2017. If he dies, I won't like it, if he lives, I'll rejoice. If you're talking about Mysterio posing as a hero and creating the Elementals, literally everyone has that theory, I'm not alone on that one.
How does nobody get this already. Mysterio (Quentin Beck) uses his techno-wizard suit to create the Elementals, who are an actual team in the comics consisting of Hydron (NOT Hydro-Man), Hellfire (NOT Molten Man), Magnum (NOT Sandman), and Zephyr, (NOT Electro). Mysterio creates the Elementals as enemies to threaten most of Europe, and proving his expertise on them, Nick Fury hires him to take them down, thus Mysterio becomes famous as a hero.
But Nick Fury isn't an idiot and doesn't entirely trust Beck, so he hijacks Parker's field trip and has him suit up as Spider-Man with two cool new S.H.I.E.L.D. suits, having Spidey monitor Mysterio. Spidey becomes Mysterio's partner in stopping the Elementals and ends up idolizing him (probably since his previous mentor might have ko-ed the life out of him). But after Mysterio is discovered to be the creator of the Elementals and having them cause destruction just to stop them for the fame and recognition of a superhero, Spidey has no choice but to stop his new mentor whom he believed could be a replacement for Tony Stark.
For anyone saying that they had no clue Nick Fury and the Elementals would be in the film, I must ask you where have you been since December. The trailer was shown at CCXP and descriptions detailing everything in a good accurate length went all over the internet revealing what the trailer included. It came as no surprise to me! Also, how is it that everyone says Hydro-Man, Molten Man, Sandman, and Electro are in the film. Do you even know how to search up the internet. It's a simple search, heck - I'll even provide it for everyone. Copy the next sentence in the quotations and paste it in to a web browser, then all will be revealed: "Who are the Elementals in Spider-Man: Far From Home and when is it set?"
Got that? Good, now everything makes sense. I guess I'm just the only person who is truly dedicated to deciphering every little update on the MCU, while others play innocence and act as if they've been hidden under a rock for forever. Whatever, have a good day everyone; and in my opinion, I understand why hardcore Spidey fans hate the trailer, but I really like this one and I was a fan of the Spectacular and Ultimate Spider-Man shows, so this trailer really impressed me, unlike Endgame's.
Also, the Google search for Hugh Jackman being in Endgame was removed earlier today or yesterday night. No longer exists, nothing to fuss about.