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    Trailer just released!



    Premieres July 5 2019!
    "Not every movie is for you. Not every TV show is for you. Not every song is for you. Find the things you like, and like them. Go nuts liking them. A thing ISN’T for you? Cool. Go find something you like. That’s it. That’s as complicated as it should be." -- David Blue

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    Looks awesome!

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    That looks like an incredibly fun movie

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    It looks really nice. But I wish they could have skipped London. This location was already used in the Thor 2 movies, where they destroyed half of Greenwich anyway. So even if I love the (digital) location of Venice, they could chosen an other Europen city for the other half of the movie.

    Keep Budapest for the Hawkeye / Black Widow movie if it ever happens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybrown View Post
    Looks awesome!
    Quote Originally Posted by thekillman View Post
    That looks like an incredibly fun movie
    Agreed


    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    It looks really nice. But I wish they could have skipped London. This location was already used in the Thor 2 movies, where they destroyed half of Greenwich anyway.
    I'd guess that was for two reasons: so that they don't have to waste screen time on having a bunch of high school kids stumbling over language barriers, and the real-world practicality of an existing a film industry in the area (ie: Pinewood).

    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    Keep Budapest for the Hawkeye / Black Widow movie if it ever happens.
    Fingers crossed!
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    Saw this before I left work too....comics legend Dan Slott on Twitter:

    Third movie pitch:
    Spider-Man: Home for the Holidays
    (And it’s a X-Mas Film.)
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    And let the speculation begin!

    People dissecting the trailer have noted that the building under construction that Spidey swings past in the trailer appears to be the old Avengers Tower, that Tony sold in Homecoming. And of course, they are speculating like crazy on what the construction might be for...and who bought the building. Baxter? Oscorp?
    "Not every movie is for you. Not every TV show is for you. Not every song is for you. Find the things you like, and like them. Go nuts liking them. A thing ISN’T for you? Cool. Go find something you like. That’s it. That’s as complicated as it should be." -- David Blue

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigiFluid View Post
    And let the speculation begin!

    People dissecting the trailer have noted that the building under construction that Spidey swings past in the trailer appears to be the old Avengers Tower, that Tony sold in Homecoming. And of course, they are speculating like crazy on what the construction might be for...and who bought the building. Baxter? Oscorp?
    Ohh, is that why evreyones talking about that building? I love the fact Fury appears to be in the Shard in London!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigiFluid View Post
    And let the speculation begin!

    People dissecting the trailer have noted that the building under construction that Spidey swings past in the trailer appears to be the old Avengers Tower, that Tony sold in Homecoming. And of course, they are speculating like crazy on what the construction might be for...and who bought the building. Baxter? Oscorp?
    It occurs to me that not everyone may know what I was talking about here....

    Oscorp is the corporation owned by Norman Osborn in the comics (as well as the Sam Raimi/Tobey Maguire films). Norman Osborn is, of course, the Green Goblin, a frequent Spider-Man villain. With Marvel and Sony now in partnership to utilize Spider-Man characters and stories in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it's at least a possibility that we might start to hear about Oscorp in the MCU movies.

    The Baxter Building, meanwhile, is the longtime headquarters of the Fantastic Four. With Disney's buyout of the FOX film division, rights to the Fantastic Four either already have or are soon to revert back to Marvel, meaning that anything to do with the Fantastic Four can now be done in the MCU.


    ....hence the internet going berserk with speculation
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    New trailer!!

    CAUTION: CONTAINS ENDGAME SPOILERS

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    Is it wrong to laugh at Happy wanting everyone to get on the jet right before it explodes

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    Kind of curious where they are going with the SNAP opening a whole in the multiverse. Besides the obvious way to bring back dead characters
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    If laughing at that was wrong, I don't want to be right. I'm also very pleased at how much Happy was in it!

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    I was really not expecting them to have this address Endgame so much though. Actual consequences, a 'hole' in the universe....I figured that this would be a school trip driven by a need to recover from the trauma of the Snappening and that would be it.
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    I love this new trailer. It is good to see that life is going on in the MCU.

    I wish they would make a phase4 announcement shortly. And if they produce only 3 movies per year, then they should leave something for November as it feels bad that we have to wait for the next MCU movie probably until March after this Spiderman movie.
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    This looks awesome!

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    They are making this s confusing.
    And I think they're doing this on purpose to get everyone to discuss and speculate.
    Once they said Aunt May was snapped and then they said she wasn't. I guess we'll have to wait and see.

    Now about the threat of the elementals, I'm glad this time the villain is supernatural.
    I'm still not sure about Gyllenhaal's character. Is he to be trusted or not

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kilgharrah View Post
    They are making this s confusing.
    And I think they're doing this on purpose to get everyone to discuss and speculate.
    Once they said Aunt May was snapped and then they said she wasn't. I guess we'll have to wait and see.

    Now about the threat of the elementals, I'm glad this time the villain is supernatural.
    I'm still not sure about Gyllenhaal's character. Is he to be trusted or not
    I'm not entirely convinced the elemental are the villain. Mysterio's whole shtick in the comics is that he's a master of illusions which he doesn't make via magic but via special effects and technology that emulates magic.
    Now it wouldn't be the first time they've changed a character for the MCU but I think this might be a case like the Mandarin in Iron Man 3. Something of a massive misdirect.
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    They could be doing the 'long con' too, like they did with Harry Osborn in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies. Introduce him as a friend, turn him into a villain later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DigiFluid View Post
    They could be doing the 'long con' too, like they did with Harry Osborn in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies. Introduce him as a friend, turn him into a villain later.
    Thats more likely.

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    Check out that fun interview between Chris Hemsworth and Tom Holland
    https://twitter.com/SonyPictures/sta...993888261?s=09

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    Quote Originally Posted by DigiFluid View Post
    They could be doing the 'long con' too, like they did with Harry Osborn in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies. Introduce him as a friend, turn him into a villain later.
    They have done a similar twist in the dr. Strange : "too many wizards..."
    "I was hoping for another day. Looks like we just got a whole lot more than that. Let's not waste it."

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