Also Carol shouldn't have the same origin as She-Hulk, we don't need two blood transfusions. Just have Carol use Kree tech once Mar-Vell dies. She rename herself Ms. Marvel to honor him afterwards.
In Avengers 3 you have the Kree-Skrulls war and Thanos using it to conquer Earth as an agent of Death. That's the right moment when Death is "distracted" to have Captain Mar-Vell being ressurected as an agent of Eternity to fight the mad Titan.
Legato - Frank, Calm Down Your Nerd Rage!
I just think Panther, Ms Marvel, Falcon and a funny sexy smart She-Hulk are far more interesting in potential and appeal than Hank & Pym and Piertro & Wanda. Kree VS Skrull c'mon that's just classic and they're already half there with the alien tech plot. Build Wakanda as vibrant location in the MU. And a line of crazy She-Hulk chick-flicks how great would that be
Carols origin can be any type of merging with Kree DNA/tech you're right, I suppose I was more drawing a mirror to Jennifer though, that they both undergo very different transformations, one is Kree one is Hulk however it occurs
Kree VS Skrull is actually so huge it should be drawn out over AV2 and AV3 with 3 just bringing in the Gauntlet and expanding to more cosmic battlefields and players. You wouldn't want to wrap the war and just move on. To what? Thanos isn't that interesting in his self. I like your final showdown idea but is Mar Vel the best pick for the ultimate hero saviour though, in an Avengers film? I dunno...
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Ant-Man, Wasp, and Black Panther do not make sense for a Thanos cosmic movie. There have already been admissions that the team is short of female leads, so Ms. Marvel or Scarlet Witch would be powerful additions. I would love to see Vision but no Hank and no Ultron doesn't make sense to introduce the Vision.
If Whedon sticks to the origin of the Thanos character, then players like Mantis, Drax, and Moondragon could be new introductions. Maybe Warlock. And someone has to play Death, right?
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But yeah, pretty interesting.
I have this idea for the next X-teme Games Gold Medal Event--Bear Tickling. Its like Bull riding but more X-treme! You are timed on how long you can tickle a bear before he attacks you.
I´m not interested in seeing the Pyms at all.
I know it´s probably just me but the whole domestic volence mess just rubs me the wrong way, for some reason.
Re: the Pyms, I think they could be fun and their dynamic would easily fit into the Whedon Charm. I don't think we need to START with the infamous "Bitch-slap Heard 'Round The World". If it EVER comes up, it should only come up with Hank in the throes of his YJ insanity.
The story could accommodate Mar-Vell and Carol; let him show up as "Captain Mar-Vell". He dies...or "dies"...destroying the Cosmic Cube. Carol gains powers because of Kree tech and calls herself "Captain Marvel" to honor her friend.
If there's Thanos, at LEAST let us see Moondragon, a character famously associated with Thanos. Almost as much so as Adam Warlock. I'd love to see Mantis in the Thanos-centric story because she played a pivotal role in defeating him during the Avengers' first run-in with him. Not mandatory, but c'mon, at least we'd get some Whedon babe bad-assery like Buffy vs. Glory in "The Gift" or River slaughtering the Reavers in Serenity!
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Who needs CoTM when you can have a Skullie?
I am Tangent Man! I do not care!
I don't wanna see Ant-Man or Wasp girl in the next movie, because they just don't fit in the movie. A man who can shrink is lame and a girl the size of a wasp is also lame, film wise. In comics, it doesn't matter.
Don´t remind me of Lord of the Rings.
I´m watching Return of the King with my nieces and boy, is this flm long.
Not only is it long but it feels long.
Three hours into the movie (or at least it felt like three hours had passed), my niece turns to me asking how long is the movie and when I check, we´d only been watching it for 40 minutes.
In comparison, the Avengers 2 hours felt like 40 minutes.
It always feels like people are in a rush to limit these things. Superhero comics are full of things that shouldn't work, but do anyway. In many ways, that is the soul of creativity. So, instead of claiming what's lame and wouldn't work, why not try to think of a way to make it work.
Ant-Man, however isn't. It won't fit in. Which is why I'm curious about Ant-Man's upcoming movie.
Anyway, if movies all have to be tied to this negative "It'll never work" mentality, then I think movies really aren't the best medium for super-heroes. They should stick to cartoons.