Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by Romulin, Oct 28, 2014.
Nope. It was confirmed fake. Cap photo is from another movie he played in.
That was fake. It was part of the ending of Xmen Apocalypse. I actually was just watching it and confirmed.
better photos of the black order.
AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR: Take A Close Up And Detailed Look At Thanos' Black Order Children
except Ebony Maw, bad side for his face.
Black Dwarf will be called Cull Obsidian (the black order's other name) in the movie, most likely due to steering clear from any insensitivities people may get from the name, because not many people know what a black dwarf star is.
Huh. That's weird, but I guess I understand given the lack of knowledge some might have on the subject.
Mmm still Black Dwarf suits the character, Cull Obsidian will work though
Actually, I was refering to Supergiant. I should have made my comment there more obivious.
Why is this in the Infinity War thread and not the general MCU thread?
What about a psychological kind of film? Or would that not work?
An MCU Spider-Man movie only happened because Sony was willing to make a deal with Marvel. For there to be another MCU Hulk, Universal would have to be willing to work with Marvel
Universal has the right of first refusal, they also only have the distribution rights, not the film rights.
Basically Marvel would go we are making another Hulk movie do you want to distribute it or not?
Which with Marvel's rep now they would be unlikely to turn down.
It's a better deal than what they have with Sony
If they said no it would be no issue.
If they said yes, Disney would lose some money.
The Hulk movies didn't do great at the Box office(Though really the Marvel Hulk movie didn't do as well because of the Ang Lee version's reputation and it being the 2nd Marvel Movie as back then they didn't have the reputation they have now) The first two FF movies from Fox did better then the Hulk movies.
It's actually easier for them to use the Hulk in other movies than it is to take a chance on it with having to share profits.
Though really these days with Marvel's reputation for blockbusters, it would probably do well.
Instead they will probably wait a few more years till they think they need to do it.
So no one at D23 took cell phone video of the trailer? C'mon now.
D23 has tighter control of cell phone use than Comic-Con. I don't know how, but it's easier for them to police that at D23
What are some good tpbs for the black order? I know about them but want to learn more.
Marvel has undoubtedly already tried to make a deal with universal for a Hulk movie, I'd personally wager they've tried multiple times. Either Universal just doesn't want it or theres something else is play.
It's not so much that... see the way the deal with Universal works isn't the same as with Fox and Sony. Universal doesn't actually hold the film rights for Hulk and his related characters. That's why Marvel can use any of those characters in non-solo films as much as they want without Universal's input or say so.
All the deal with Universal gives Universal is distribution rights to any Hulk film (this also covers Hulk related characters and they habe a similar deal with Namor and his related characters). Having distribution rights means they would get all the money for the distribution of the film. That's why they haven't done a Hulk film since Disney bought Marvel. No way does Disney give up those lucrative distribution proceeds.
Now Universal can turn down distribution. They have "right of first refusal". But that's not what's keeping a Hulk film from being made because that would mean Disney could just distribute the film themselves. Disney most likely doesn't want to take the chance that Universal won't turn it down given that the MCU is now a juggernaut of a money maker.
The real bitch of the deal Marvel made with Universal is that it doesn't expire. If Fox or Sony don't make movies based on the Marvel properties they have licenses for after so many years... the rights revert back to Marvel. That's how they got Daredevil, Ghost Rider, Blade, etc. back. But Universal's "right of first refusal" never expires. There has been reports that Disney has either tried to buy the distribution rights from Universal or has tried to offer some joint venture, but supposedly Universal has turned them down. And that's why there won't be a solo Hulk film (and likely Namor or anything else Universal has the distribution rights for) for a good long while.
Well poo. Thanks for the lowdown though.
I do however feel mentioning that during a Thor: Ragnorak Prop exhibition they showed off a debris chunk found "deep beneath the oceans of Terra." That has to be hinting at Namor right? I mean they brought Hulk's bed, his armor, and that Atlantian metal chunk. Even if the Sub-Mariner can't get his own film like Hulk, he might appear at some point.
I hadn't seen that "Asguardian War Hammer" prop before. Can't quite read all of the description but it looks like it's based on Ultimate Thor's hammer. A replacement for Mjolnir perhaps?
Your wrong on who's hammer that is
Ultimate Thor's had a large Axe on one end
That one is Stormbreaker
The Hammer of Beta Ray Bill
Bingo. LizardHorse man might make an appearence.
I realize that not many people will realize this, but the very first crossover between Thor and the Guardians in the comics was pretty similar. Thor was frozen in space when the Guardians found him, brought him on board and thawed him out. He then was the heavy as they fought an OP baddie (not the movie team, though Archer Yondu was on it) and then parted ways amicably.
War Machine from Infinity War
Corvus Glaive looks so badass like hes come straight out of the comic
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