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Old 05-07-2014, 01:26 AM   #1
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http://theculturednerd.com/2014/05/t...roger-wardell/

I read this article in the speculation thread. it is very interesting. Although it is probably fake.

There is this part in that article that states " We’ve been shown pieces of how Jarvis becomes Ultron and Vision already in IM3 " i have to go watch IM3 again!

Kevin F. has stated on several ocassions that iron man 3 is more important to AOU than it seems to be. The article above pointed out that too.

Let not discuss the validity of the article above. let talk about do you think IM3 is very relevant to AOU? and how so.


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Old 05-07-2014, 01:35 AM   #2
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Oh my god. No Roger Wardell. pls stahp.

I can give you the connections IM3 will have to AOU off the top of my head:

-JARVIS acting up
-Tony giving more and more control of his suits over to JARVIS/AIs
-Tony's mansion getting BTFO'd leading him to move into Avengers Tower
-Brain slot that evolves DNA
-Tony completing the chip that allows him to control his armor remotely (it was in beta in IM3)

And I didn't need my secret sources connected directly to Kevin Feige to tell me that.

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Tony Stark will be in both

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Not only is it a fake, it's a fake of a fake. This is the exact same drivel that LokiD (who subsequently reappeared as "TRM") was peddling on these boards a few months back.

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Wardell's a troll.

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Wardell's a troll.
Completely agreed. However, he's a slightly nuanced troll that makes vague enough comments for them not to be verifiable... or at the least immediately verifiable.

Then, there's RogerWardell2 (Twitter handle) who I think is basically LokiD/TRM and associates who basically spout absurd nonsense. This interview reeks of the latter rather than the former.

Like I said, a fake of a fake.


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I predict Tonys reaction to the collapse of SHIELD and the death of his parents by HYDRA will be a factor for what he does in AOU.


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I predict Tonys reaction to the collapse of SHIELD and the death of his parents by HYDRA will be a factor to what he does in AOU.
Yea, but that's from CA:TWS. CA:TWS will factor into A:AOU in a crap-ton of ways. As for IM3 though, I think Mr. Dent's list is about accurate.

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I still dont get where James Spaders voice will come from. That kind of stuff is really interesting to me

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Oh my god. No Roger Wardell. pls stahp.

I can give you the connections IM3 will have to AOU off the top of my head:

-JARVIS acting up
-Tony giving more and more control of his suits over to JARVIS/AIs
-Tony's mansion getting BTFO'd leading him to move into Avengers Tower
-Brain slot that evolves DNA
-Tony completing the chip that allows him to control his armor remotely (it was in beta in IM3)

And I didn't need my secret sources connected directly to Kevin Feige to tell me that.
I think there's a pretty good chance we'll see some or all of this in AOU, yeah.

I'd add to that a strong likelihood that we'll hear from Extremis again, too. To wit: Tony perfecting his famous Extremis Armor from the comics, as his piece de resistance, his Pieta, his magnum opus.

Only to have it immediately hacked by Ultron.

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Old 05-07-2014, 09:17 AM   #11
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Do you guys think that ultron is already "alive" in iron man 3 ?

What is the scene in im3 where jarvis is acting up? I have to watch im3 again, cant remember.

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He acts up throughout the movie, subtlely. You have to really pay attention. Throughout the movie if you really pay attention you'll notice that several things Tony tells JARVIS to do he acts up in executing them, some small things and some large, the most obvious being him flying Tony out to Tennessee without Tony giving the orders to do that, and at the very end where he attacks Pepper even when Tony tells him to stop and when he should be able to discern the difference between his protocols and what Pepper looks like, since he's an AI.

There are other small things in the beginning of the film where Tony tells JARVIS to do something and he messes it up, like when Tony is doing detective work and he tells JARVIS to pull up a certain view or something and JARVIS makes a mistake for seemingly no reason. And other little stuff like that.

Like Feige said when IM3 first came out, the movie is like a ride through a city. You won't notice certain things on your first trip through but when you look back in hindsight after seeing phase 2 unfold and AOU you'll notice the little things that are in IM3 that lay the foundation for the movie.

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He acts up throughout the movie, subtlely. You have to really pay attention. Throughout the movie if you really pay attention you'll notice that several things Tony tells JARVIS to do he acts up in executing them, some small things and some large, the most obvious being him flying Tony out to Tennessee without Tony giving the orders to do that, and at the very end where he attacks Pepper even when Tony tells him to stop and when he should be able to discern the difference between his protocols and what Pepper looks like, since he's an AI.

There are other small things in the beginning of the film where Tony tells JARVIS to do something and he messes it up, like when Tony is doing detective work and he tells JARVIS to pull up a certain view or something and JARVIS makes a mistake for seemingly no reason. And other little stuff like that.

Like Feige said when IM3 first came out, the movie is like a ride through a city. You won't notice certain things on your first trip through but when you look back in hindsight after seeing phase 2 unfold and AOU you'll notice the little things that are in IM3 that lay the foundation for the movie.
Thank you mr dent!! Definitely has to allocate some time to watch im3 again and try to catch all the subtle acting up by jarvis

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Since we're talking about IM3, I thought Id post the final battle at the docks just for fun.

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http://theculturednerd.com/2014/05/t...roger-wardell/

I read this article in the speculation thread. it is very interesting. Although it is probably fake.

There is this part in that article that states " We’ve been shown pieces of how Jarvis becomes Ultron and Vision already in IM3 " i have to go watch IM3 again!

Kevin F. has stated on several ocassions that iron man 3 is more important to AOU than it seems to be. The article above pointed out that too.

Let not discuss the validity of the article above. let talk about do you think IM3 is very relevant to AOU? and how so.
I always thought Feige had stated Avengers would influence Iron Man 3, not Iron Man 3 influencing AoU. But yeah, Jarvis acting weird could indicate he's not perfect and the Ultron ''persona'' could surface from that. I guess the reason of why now and not before will be explained in the movie. Judging by some comments Scarlett said recently, and with locations such as an old hospital and that 40's flashback, I wouldn't be surprised if Ultron's existence is because of events the Avengers have triggered, willingly or unwillingly.

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LokiD, Wardell1, and Wardell2, are all separate people as far as I know. LokiD is the dude around here (where's he been lately) that knows a guy that works at whatever the CGI company Marvel uses is (ILM?) so he's told early concepts that they get to work on. Wardell2 is some like 17 year old kid that is on CBM, JasonBourne or something like that who's working with the same or similar "source" that the original Wardell twitter had.

All of the above are pretty much speculating that same as us, they just believe they have secret information or tips. It's all bogus lol I actually think Wardell1 had a legit source, IIRC he had a lot of correct info in his tweets and has been silent for like a year so my best guess is he actually got shut down. The other two who currently keep it up are just delusional glorified fan-fic writers basically.

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Oh an I also think a ton of what happened in IM3 will greatly affect things in AoU. As well as Cap 2 things obviously. I think These solo films are going to be huge factors into AOU, even Thor somehow.

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Oh an I also think a ton of what happened in IM3 will greatly affect things in AoU. As well as Cap 2 things obviously. I think These solo films are going to be huge factors into AOU, even Thor somehow.
Wardell2 is a fake. I can confirm it. I got it out of him. He told me he was a troll, and was making stuff up and using all different theories on the internet.

Whoever the first Wardell was, he sort of toned it down. Wardell2 is a fake, and has nothing.

He told me.

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Wardell2 is a fake. I can confirm it. I got it out of him. He told me he was a troll, and was making stuff up and using all different theories on the internet.

Whoever the first Wardell was, he sort of toned it down. Wardell2 is a fake, and has nothing.

He told me.
Lol figures. I went back and read all his tweets last night and nearly all f them about Cap2 were wrong. I'm also pretty sure he deleted some as well because I remember him saying pierce was red skull as fact and stuff and that's not there lol.

As for LokiD he's been quiet ever since his kinda sorta melt down a few months ago lol. Did his brain explode with all his elaborate theories?

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