Discussion in 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' started by Thread Manager, Apr 25, 2013.
Its from just before Tony lands and that repulsor deflection move off the shield
It was so beautiful
excellent reason to put the dvd in and rewatch the movie again
it's because everyone focused on tony flying in during that long tracking shot, so they missed cap in the background.
You need a reason? lol
I thnk its already been said that more stuff like that should be done with Cap's abilities
Yeah, I feel like was haven't gotten a solid representation of Cap's fighting. His fight with Loki was good, and the brief fight in the building with the Chitauri soldier. But the best Cap fight moves were shoved in the background of that one long tracking shot.
Hopefully this movie will remedy that. With both Batroc and the winter soldier, cap should have some good fight scenes coming his way.
And awful cg at that. Captain America's fighting does not need any cg whatsoever.
Yeah, they could do it better with the real actor or stunt double.
I believe that was done with CG because Cap was originally gonna be in a different part of the tracking shot, but late in the game they decided to move him there.
i really wish they would somehow speed up cap's action movements and make it look "effortless"
i really think leterrier nailed it with blonsky in hulk. or how the elves moved compared to the humans in the LOTR battle scenes
Yes! It still boggles my mind that this was not the starting point for making Cap action scenes.
They got so many things right in TIH. It's a shame that it's looked over so much. I was applauding when I saw Blonsky vs Hulk outside of the Virginia school. I was thinking that this is what TFA would look like the whole time.
Then we got TFA.... meh.
When will we get our first pick of tv Sola??????
According to new stories on Deadline and Hollywood Reporter, it looks like Marvel almost recast Evans due to his pay for CA: TWS and TA2. After TA, sounds like all the cast was asking for raises and Marvel was being quite stingy, so much so that Hemsworth, ScarJo, and Evans almost walked.
Marvel needs to stop being so cheap.
Even though they are now owned by Disney, Marvel Studios is still a very small movie studio compared to other ones in Hollywood. They've had to be a little cheap to keep the studio afloat in its infancy. Even with the success of all their films so far, I'd imagine they're still trying to keep costs down so future films are possible and the studio's business model is sustainable long-term.
These are how negotiations go. I think Deadline and THR are just overstating the actual gravity of what the situation was to hype up its article and increase views.
I have a feeling that's part of it but there's typically a bit of truth in there as well so I wouldn't surprised if negotiations have been tough and tense at times.
True, I'm willing to cede that. I question whether its anything actually *unusual*, though, or if its mostly just some reporter taking a few random tidbits of typical behind-the-scenes negotiation, and spinning it into a Vast Looming Disaster.
^ That's pretty much what I think it is. This is probably run-of-the-mill for Marvel negotiations and Deadline is making a big deal out of it with a lack of context.
There's definitely sensationalism that you'd expect ..... but this day was coming. How could it not?
Honestly, I'd have been fine with Jackson getting recast as Fury.
But Ultimate Fury is designed around Jackson!