Answer: Having characters like Cap., Thor, Ant-Man, etc. paved the way for the world to accept mutants.
Yea i replayed that one a few times trying to figure out where he came from. I also loved the fight in the taxi company that starts with Claire just laughing at them when the lights go out and he slowly whittles them down 1 by 1.
In my dream scenario, Uncle Ben would punch Mephisto in the face, grab his May and swing with her in the eternal sunset.
Sounds feasible. ^^
No good word for the Ventures? Rusty Venture lives in the shadow of his overachiever father (as well as PTSD from various childhood adventures). He is also now eclipsed by his twin brother Jonas Jr. Absent father to two socially-stunted sons- who were actually a batch of clones, since he kept losing them to various…
I can definitely see how something like this could happen. It sounds almost like what would have happened if Warner Bros had tried to shoehorn Nolan's Batman into the DC-verse they're trying to create. (Or, worse, Green Lantern into the Nolanverse.)
Yeah, but sexism...
As someone who hated First Class and thought it was easily the worst X-Men movie to date (despite the fact that it managed to FINALLY be the first X-Men movie that wasn't - either secretly or overtly - a Wolverine movie), I have to say that the genius of Days of Future Past is really how it basically appeals to anyone… Read more
Looks like they are going back to the design style from the Tim Burton/Joel Schumacher films. It has a very Batman Forever/Batman and Robin silhouette.
I'm sure everyone will love that.*
*I loved the TAS Batmobile personally and that was based on the basic design from the Burton films. Also the Burton design was cool… Read more
At least the apes aren't so big there.