Would something worse have happened? If i could revive loved ones i would
What's on your mind?
Peter called Happy with a stranger's phone. To be honest i never answer calls from unknown numbers. I think he thought it was Nick Fury or something or maybe he immediately realized it was Peter since Peter was in Europe
In my opinion it will be about Peter trying to prove his innocence to the whole world because of what happened in Far from Home
In Spider-Man Far from Home Quentin Beck became evil. And for what? Just because Iron Man fired him? I know Iron Man had no right to fire him but come on! Killing people because of that is way too far
He was born on April 4, 1965, which was a Sunday too
Talos literally ruined Peter's holidays so that Peter would join him in the war with the elementals, then he acts like if Peter tried to kill his friends on purpose and then thinks Iron Man was wrong for making him an Avenger. Peter is just a teenager! He went through a lot of trauma because of the events of the last 2 Avengers movies!
The movie was released on April 4, 2014 and grossed $714 million worldwide, which made it at the time the 61st highest-grossing movie in the world (it would've been the 59th if E.T. and Star Wars 1 had never been re-released). It's now the 117th highest-grossing movie in the world (it would be the 115th if E.T. and Star Wars 1 had never been re-released)
What did you think of the movie? Did you know the movie grossed that much money?
He was born on April 2, 1962
In my opinion yes because they didn't even fight in Captain America 3. In my opinion them going on the run just because he used the Ant-Man suit is kinda dumb and unfair. I honestly don't blame Scott for them going on the run. I blame the government for making the rule
According to the MCU wiki he sent the suit through post so the government wouldn't take it away but what i don't understand is why Scott didn't tell Hank earlier about that. In my opinion it was kinda unnecessary because Hank believed the work of his life was destroyed for 2 years
I think Footloose because in my opinion it kinda fits for the opening scene of a movie. I never watched the movie Footloose. I just listened to the song
1 Thanos 2 Hela 3 Loki 4 Ultron 5 Abomination 6 Dormammu 7 Surtur 8 Ronan the Accuser
Howard was born in 1917 and Tony was born in 1970, which means Howard was 53 when Tony was born and Tony died in 2023, which means he was 53 when he died. Although technically Howard was still 52 when Tony was born because Howard was born in August 1917 and Tony on May 1970 and Tony died in October 2023, which means Tony had already turned 53
Avatar got the title back after it's re-release in China. Whyyyyyyy?????!!!!!!! This is the 2nd time in history a movie gets the title of highest-grossing movie in the world back
What do you think of this? I think it's bad news as i said in the title
The movie was released on March 8, 2019 and grossed $1.128 billion worldwide, which made it at the time the 23rd highest-grossing movie in the world. It's now the 26th highest-grossing movie in the world
What did you think of the movie? Do you want to know how the top 30 looked at the time? Did you know the movie grossed that much?
Hey I have a question maybe someone knows how to watch Marvel movies properly because I always watch not generations
As a massive fan of the X-Men, I've noticed over that over the years that Fox's once-beloved films are now being soured upon by many. Not that I don't understand why, but I do NOT agree (except for X-Men Origins; we can all agree that one was a disaster). Which is why I'm daring you guys to say something positive about them and name the BEST X-Men movie and why it's your favorite. I'll go first - X-Men: First Class, easily. It's the most stylish, has the best character work, seriously expands upon the mythology of Earth-10005, and captures the X-Men in a way none of the other films managed to do. While I love the other movies, they mainly capture Bryan Singer's vision of X-Men, which I love. The Deadpool movies capture Deadpool, James Mangold's Wolverine films capture Wolverine, but the main X-Men movies captured Singer and Simon Kinberg's version of X-Men. Which is fantastic, but only Matthew Vaughn truly brought the color, imagination, and tone of the comics to the screen. X-Men: Days of Future Past comes close since Vaughn's style gets blended with Singer and Kinberg's, but it's not quite as pure. Both films are practically perfect and are on my list of my favorite films of all time, but it might be the style.
Does anyone here think that the classic Marvel flipbook logo they show in a lot of non MCU marvel movies and the phase one MCU movies is getting boring since they used that logo since 2002?
Because in Far from Home Peter didn't want to do superhero activities but May put his suit in his bag. No offense but May was kinda selfish in my opinion. Also Talos a bit. If Peter doesn't want to be Spider-Man he shouldn't be forced