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May 5 12 9:17 PM
luluthebeast wrote:Ah, it was you who did that David. I figured I've seen his name spread all over other boards so it would be OK. Sorry.
May 5 12 9:24 PM
May 5 12 9:40 PM
creepycrawley wrote:The Hulk actually speaks in the movie. He says two words during a key scene bud it was hard to hear as everyone is cheering their heads off. The scene during the middle of the credits was awesome and the one at the end of the credits was hilarious.
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May 6 12 12:32 AM
Ah, it was you who did that David. I figured I've seen his name spread all over other boards so it would be OK. Sorry.Yeah, I figured the same. I heard about the credits scene well over a week ago and I avoid spoilers. Even if I hadn't heard, it was pretty obvious who it was (although a fellow sitting in my row exclaimed "No freaking way" at the end of that scene). Unless you are somewhat familiar with the post 1970 Marvel Comic universe, you aren't going to know who he is anyway. It's an Easter egg for Marvel fans.
Ah, it was you who did that David. I figured I've seen his name spread all over other boards so it would be OK. Sorry.
Excuse me......You want me to do what with my what now?
May 6 12 12:39 AM
Badfinger wrote:creepycrawley wrote:The Hulk actually speaks in the movie. He says two words during a key scene bud it was hard to hear as everyone is cheering their heads off. The scene during the middle of the credits was awesome and the one at the end of the credits was hilarious. The post credit scene wasn't included on the foreign prints as it was just recently filmed and tacked on to the U.S. prints.
May 6 12 12:46 AM
May 6 12 6:20 AM
creepycrawley wrote:The Hulk actually speaks in the movie. He says two words during a key scene bud it was hard to hear as everyone is cheering their heads off.
"Guy named Squeamy got thrown from the fifth floor. He's deader'n a mackerel."
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delgadosaur wrote:Saw this last night with the family, and it was good to see the film with a real audience instead of a cast and crew screening where everyone cheers their bosses. To me, the film was still a gargantuan, sprawling, fun film. I mean, just the Thor/Hulk confrontation is enough of a climax for one film, but this movie is HUGE. The character who grows the most is the Black Widow, in my opinion, while Hawkeye gets the short end of the character development stick. We now know her origins, her Russian roots, etc.
I would have had Tony talk to Pepper at the end. Just me.
May 6 12 12:06 PM
May 6 12 12:34 PM
Joe Karlosi wrote:creepycrawley wrote:The Hulk actually speaks in the movie. He says two words during a key scene bud it was hard to hear as everyone is cheering their heads off. Yes, but two words in the course of a two and a half hour film doesn't make the grade of the classic comics for me. And the two words were a variation on the same two words they gave him in the first Hulk fiasco.
May 6 12 1:04 PM
May 6 12 1:11 PM
Q: With all the star power on set, do you keep the egos in check? Was there a team-unity pep talk needed?
Evans: There doesn't need to be a pep talk. My opinion is fact. These movies wouldn't have happened if Iron Man
hadn't been a big success. This guy (Downey) was like the dad. His
attitude was so fantastic on the set. So there was this instant unity.
This was a very controlled shoot because it was a complicated
pregnancy. It needed to be managed so that we made sure the mom was OK,
and that we got the kid to the incubator. Me and these guys, we could
have brought it to another level? Yeah, we could have the baby in the
tub. And almond milk. And it would have been a disaster.
that thing where how can the highest good be done? It's to make
compromises that are really uncomfortable in the short term. And have
faith. Which sucks. Because day to day on these schedules you just want
to get your ya-yas out where you go home and say, "Dude, we nailed it."
But often on Avengers we went home and said, "I think we kinda got it."
So last night seeing the jokes land made it all worthwhile.
Q: What was it like to see it all last night after shooting disjointed scenes?
Ruffalo: Damn satisfying.
There's one big shot where they did a 360 circle around all the
Avengers. At the time, that was all green screen. I was thinking, "Wait a
second, why didn't we shoot this in the middle of New York? This is the
shot." But last night it got the biggest applause. It worked. Whether
you doubted it at the time, (director Joss Whedon) pulled it off.
As long as the defects are not glaring. And the movie is not without
defects. I still cannot exactly tell you what the bad-guy plot is.
During the course of the journey, as long as you don't leave me with
these lingering questions, so that I feel like you are being sloppy. But
with the difficulty and complexity of it all, I don't like to say this,
but I was humbled by it.
Q: Now that the Avengers have assembled, can we go back to individual stories like Iron Man 3, Thor 2?
If they can bring us together they can break us down. The real obstacle
was making this happen. Going back to the individual stories — a piece
Downey: We've got it all figured out. Trust that there is a plan. And that it all makes sense.
Q: What excuse would you have not to come to your fellow Avenger's side?
Evans: There could be dozens of reasons of why you couldn't be around.
Hemsworth: Doctors, dental appointments. Family issues.
Ruffalo: Fighting your own battles somewhere.
Hemsworth: Lucky that's not my responsibility. But I'm sure they will come up with some sort of clever way to have this all happen.
Q: In the meantime, will you have moments to call out 'Avengers Assemble?'
Probably at a kid's birthday party when they didn't expect it. That
would be fun. I wouldn't call it out unless I had set it up in advance
to have the Avengers actually there.
May 6 12 1:59 PM
Carl Eyesnheart wrote:Well, there are many versions of the Hulk that can be seen as somebodies Hulk, even in the comics.
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