>character inserts key into ignition
>cut to wide shot
wow..I just found out
"CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR" NOW THE NO. 1 MOVIE OF 2016 AT THE GLOBAL BOX OFFICE
but m-muh batman v superman is still superior
Feige is legitimately the smartest person in Hollywood atm
>Actual Marvel comics fan
>Successfully maneuvers around stubborn Marvel execs to let him try MCU
>Idea seemed bananas crazy at a time because Marvel was nearly bankrupt and most popular characters were splitted between other studios
>Takes the risk and produces Iron Man
>Proceeds with creating $10 bln franchise from nothing
>Revolutionized the concept of movie franchise
>Runs things so efficiently that there were little to no scandals or production misfires for the project this large, namely all top stars are willing to continue filming
>No movie or script leaks like retards at Fox or Sony regularly do
>Of 13 movies he oversaw 13 are financially successful with 13 of those having positive critic reception
>Slowly returns Marvel characters to their home from other studios
>Excellent relations with Disney board as well as lots of Hollywood people
>Picks up the fight with uncooperative CEO when the time comes
>Wins the fight and becomes co-CEO himself
>Cucks Sony into Spider-Man deal
>Humiliates WB/DC at capebowl of 2016
>MCU steamroller is going as strong as ever
>Starts war with co-CEO over Marvel TV. >Starts it just at the moment when Civil War is breaking its billion while TV ratings are declining - a move that will undoubtedly make him look good and co-CEO bad
>Looks like he is going to win this too
>This is the man who made Iron Man and Captain America larger cultural icons than Batman and Superman
>This is the man who produced a comic book movie about Rocket Racoon, a movie that was more profitable and critically successful than a movie featuring Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman
what are some movies besides Twilight series dealing with women power fantasy? Pretty much movies where a single woman is madly loved by myriad of handsome men.
Why does Conan need this cringelord?
What's her fucking problem?
How can we save him?
Why the hate?
Basically this. 4 characters meant they didn't get to do a whole lot of exposition or backstory besides muh alcoholism muh depression muh shit life muh pretending to not be gay
It's like they watched a bunch of parody detective movies and then went "yeah let's use those characters but be serious!"
Is evil Laurel going to be crossing over into Arrow or anything? Haven't watched the show in a while.
Also, who's hotter, Killer Frost or Black Siren?
What trilogy follows this pattern?
So do these two have a thing or what?
What are some essential Kinocore films?
ITT: Say something about the last 3 movies you watched.
>1. Quick Change: Decent heist comedy. Geena Davis was fine as hell.
>2. London Has Fallen: Amusing old school action flick. I love that it hurts so many westerner's fee fees.
>3. These Final Hours: Very good end of the world drama about a waste of space party guy that finds some purpose before the end.
>The Avengers: Decent enough, chitauri were stupid, Loki was alright, way too many quips
>Thor: Fucking boring, Loki was the only interesting thing
>Iron Man 2: Snoozefest
Why did I fall for the MCU meme?
C'mon, The Equalizer wasn't a complete loss. Certainly not gonna rewatch it, but it didn't ruin my evening.
Most of 'em are pretty shit, but I think they've actually been getting better. The CA movies are alight, and GotG is what I hoped a new Star Wars would be.
I'm setting off on a 2/3 year backpacking journey around New Zealand, Indonesia & China in a few weeks, can you recommend some films that deal with themes of travel, listlessness and discovery?