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Old 03-19-2014, 04:10 PM   #51
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I agree and would love to see a much longer, more in depth documentary one day.
For sure they'll have something amazing once we're a couple of decades into the MCU.

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I've wondered that myself. Since it's pretty likely they're going the "Ultron came from Tony's discarded armors" route, the Hulkbuster armor could be part of his big opening salvo.
I was thinking that it would be a perversion of his Jarvis AI gone awry and capitalizing on the prehensile suit technology Tony developed in IM3.

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you never saw the teaser footage, prior to this?

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It's surprising how many people never saw the teaser footage of Ant-Man.

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Old 03-19-2014, 04:13 PM   #52
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It was to be expected but nevertheless it is disappointing a little bit that 80% of the Phase 1 stuff is rearranged footage from the 2 hour Building A Cinematic Universe documentary on the TA BluRay. (and a lot of that had been used before as bonus material on the various Phase 1 blurays)
One day I hope MS will do a in depth documentary with new interviews.
Agreed, still it was a good documentary plus it builds up an awareness for Captain America: The Winter Soldier film. Also I like the sneak peek for Avengers: Age Of Ultron.

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Old 03-19-2014, 06:10 PM   #53
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It was to be expected but nevertheless it is disappointing a little bit that 80% of the Phase 1 stuff is rearranged footage from the 2 hour Building A Cinematic Universe documentary on the TA BluRay. (and a lot of that had been used before as bonus material on the various Phase 1 blurays)
One day I hope MS will do a in depth documentary with new interviews.
Well most people(like me) don't even own a Blu-ray player and don't ever get to see all that bonus stuff since as soon as all this Blu-ray bull**** came along that's the only place that they put these extra features and regular DVD folks can go straight to hell in Marvel's mind I guess. So it's nice that we also can see some of that stuff.

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Old 03-19-2014, 06:20 PM   #54
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I was thinking that it would be a perversion of his Jarvis AI gone awry and capitalizing on the prehensile suit technology Tony developed in IM3.
I rather like Movie Bob's idea with Ultron beginning from even more humbler roots. Like the dummy robot from his films, which itself DOES have a rudimentary A.I. to it.

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Anyone know where this can be seen? Is it on Hulu?

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Old 03-19-2014, 10:41 PM   #56
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you never saw the teaser footage, prior to this?

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wow!!! Thx

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Old 03-20-2014, 12:08 PM   #57
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I rather like Movie Bob's idea with Ultron beginning from even more humbler roots. Like the dummy robot from his films, which itself DOES have a rudimentary A.I. to it.
But isn't it too rudimentary?
I just can't phantom the AI of that cute little robot being able to trump and control something like Jarvis's AI.

Jarvis on the other hand is already eerily sophisticated so much so that it never really felt like AI but rather a living breathing person with Tony's best interest at mind and even a sort of empathy doing things like suggesting he call Pepper before he take on a suicide mission.
He has also been shown capable of controlling the entire Iron Legion using his interface and directions to target and attack Extremis soldiers in IM3.

My second viewing of IM3 when I was combing for easter eggs I did come to the conclusion that this was the biggest one of them all.

It's a real shame that Henry Pym fans are getting such a shaft but it seems like a reality.

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Old 03-20-2014, 12:27 PM   #58
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Well Henry Pym could have started
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Old 03-21-2014, 01:31 AM   #59
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But isn't it too rudimentary?
I just can't phantom the AI of that cute little robot being able to trump and control something like Jarvis's AI.

Jarvis on the other hand is already eerily sophisticated so much so that it never really felt like AI but rather a living breathing person with Tony's best interest at mind and even a sort of empathy doing things like suggesting he call Pepper before he take on a suicide mission.
He has also been shown capable of controlling the entire Iron Legion using his interface and directions to target and attack Extremis soldiers in IM3.

My second viewing of IM3 when I was combing for easter eggs I did come to the conclusion that this was the biggest one of them all.

It's a real shame that Henry Pym fans are getting such a shaft but it seems like a reality.
He starts out rudimentary but then grows to become much more. That's kind of Ultron's most interesting quality. That he DID come from such a seemingly harmless and tiny beginning. I'm sure they could find some way to have dummy evolve and go through new iterations of itself. It was pretty badly damaged in IM3 when the house went down yet Tony SPECIFICALLY went back to retrieve it. Maybe in repairing it he gives it some new upgrades which will eventually have dire consequences that Tony can't even imagine.

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Old 03-21-2014, 07:17 AM   #61
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I'm not the only one that thought of it but it would make sense that way he is not left out of it altogether.

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Old 03-21-2014, 09:59 AM   #62
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Why is it that Incredible Hulk always gets shafted in these retrospective things? No one seems to want to talk about that movie. Frankly, I never understood why that movie is so reviled, I feel like that was one of Marvel's stronger outings.

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Old 03-21-2014, 10:04 AM   #63
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Maybe because Mark Ruffalo wasn't Bruce Banner in that movie.

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also at the time TIH was made universal not paramount had the rights to old greenskin

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Old 03-21-2014, 11:07 AM   #65
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You know what I don't get how come Universal has the rights to Namor and still haven't made a movie about him wouldn't they lose the rights?

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Maybe there's a clause in the contract that states "Eh. You can just keep him."

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also at the time TIH was made universal not paramount had the rights to old greenskin
Also, there's the fact that the "its one of Marvel's best outings" is *far* from an uncontroversial statement. Quite a lot of people, myself included, think its their worst one yet.

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Yeah TIH wasn't one of my favorites MCU movies my favorite scene was when Stark walked in!

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With respect guys, what didn't you like about TIH? I really feel like that was one of Marvel's best most underrated movies. Ed Norton played a very charismatic Bruce Banner, the Hulk looked the BEST he's ever looked (and that's including Avengers, sorry guys but TIH Hulk looked BADASS), there was great action and tension. Only negative thing really was Liv Tyler, she was kind of wooden. Other than that I really don't see what rubbed everyone the wrong way about that film?


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I liked Liv Tyler and thought she had good chemistry with Ed Norton. For me the love interest chemistry between them is second only to Downey and Paltrow.

I hope we see General Ross, Betty, Doc Samson, Abomination and The Leader again one day in the MCU either recast or with the actors returning to their roles.

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My theory is that
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The lack of TIH in the documentary is weird since Whedon made a point of mentioning it TWICE in the Avengers, including a freaking deleted scene.

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My guess is since it was a different actor playing hulk they don't want to confuse people.

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I was more curious about the complete lack of even a glimpse of the Red Skull during the special.

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also at the time TIH was made universal not paramount had the rights to old greenskin
TIH was made by Marvel Studios, it was distributed by Universal. Just like Iron Man was made by Marvel Studios and distributed (not made by) Paramount.

Ang Lee's HULK is the one Universal made.

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I was more curious about the complete lack of even a glimpse of the Red Skull during the special.
did they show other villains (besides the Winter Soldier)? i don't remember.

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