Thread: Peggy's status
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Old 08-21-2012, 08:06 PM   #72
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Since when? To *both* these comments. You guys are assuming and presuming a lot about how Marvel Studios is going to handle canon and retcons.
As do you.
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So far, there's absolutely *no* evidence that any of the directors/writers intend to tread on previously established story arcs or character arcs.
Which has never been the discussion. The discussion is what could happen, not what will.

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Joss certainly showed respect for premises that had been established in CATFA, Thor, IM and TIH....
Premises that were present in the movie itself, rather than a deleted scene.

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I'm reasonably sure that the rest of Marvel's directors will extend the same courtesy to Joss. Especially considering that he's been named the godfather of Phase II MCU.
Sure, just not with stuff that's solely connected to the Captain America franchise and not the least bit with the Avengers franchise.

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And complete b.s. to the call that "deleted scenes aren't canon." Deleted scenes, like director's cuts, represent the actual story as filmed and the director's vision; things that were cut to shorten the film to a more manageable length or because they weren't considered essential to the plot, pacing, or atmosphere.

Deleted scenes are "bonus canon," or "enhanced canon." If a filmmaker considers them unnecessary or just plain wrong, he leaves them out completely --- i.e., no deleted scenes, no director's cuts, no DVD/BR extras. He just leaves them on the cutting room floor and never lets the general public get wind of them.
Not really. Deleted scenes are included because they're interesting, or fun to watch, but they don't really matter.

There is an alternate ending scene where Maria Hill has a conference with the Council, a scene that can't possibly be canon alongside the actual ending in the movie. Its included not because its bonus canon, its there because its good footage they wanted to share.

The opening of TIH includes Cap's body frozen inside an iceberg, something that is ignored in CATFA. It's on the Blu-Ray, yet doesn't matter.


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