Captain America Easter Eggs Thread *Spoilers*

Discussion in 'Captain America: The First Avenger' started by Aztec, Jul 22, 2011.

  1. Rock Sexton

    Rock Sexton Well-Known Member

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    He says "Maybe she has a friend" .... not a "sister" ... and it was a in jest at what Bucky had said earlier in the film when they were supposed to go dancing.
     
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  2. Rock Sexton

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    Ya, Red Skull did not die. I don't know where that poster got that from.
     
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  3. WildcatNC

    WildcatNC I'm on a BOAT ***** !

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    They made it pretty obvious to me he didn't die.
     
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  4. Mysteryman

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    well, Steve did say "Schmidt is dead".
     
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  5. Union Jack

    Union Jack defender of the realm

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    ^^ true but how many villians have "died" in the first movie just to be alive and kicking in the next.
    skull ain't dead.
    i really like this movie prolly my fave marvel movie so far ( tho i did like incredible hulk).
    i'm surprised zemo or strucker were never mentioned.
     
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  6. Troy_Parker

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    @MysteryMan: Just because he said that doesn't mean it happened. A character says one thing and something else entirely has happened. It happens all the time in comics and movies.
     
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  7. Mysteryman

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    I wasnt saying that because Steve said it that it was true .
    The question was where did the poster get the idea that The Skull had died ?
    IMO, that's where his idea came from.
    I wasnt agreeing with him.
     
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  8. Troy_Parker

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    ^Yeah sorry, just read the other post, lol.
     
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  9. Rock Sexton

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    Has nothing to do with the scene that was depicted.
     
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  10. Rage

    Rage Valar Morghulis

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    Haven't watched IM2 in a while... but I thought the problem with the arc reactor was that the powersource was too powerful for the rest of the unit and eventually burnt through itself and that was causing the poisoning in Stark's system. Stark created Vibranium to case the arc in, so it would not be able to burn itself/and the system out... what he created was a way to contain the power... not the power source itself.
     
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  11. Pinky021

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    It looks like, however, the energy from the cosmic cuve is far more destructive than the arc reactor's...
     
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  12. YoungE808

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    I like this explanation!
     
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  13. roach

    roach I am the night

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    you are correct...also remember in the Marvel universe there are two types of Vibranium...Wakandan:which absorbs vibrations and Antartic:which gives off vibrations that liquify metals.

    In the feature film Iron Man 2, Tony Stark synthesizes a new element to take the place of the palladium that powers his armor. Although unnamed in the film itself, the movie's novelization identifies the element as vibranium, so named by Stark because it shares characteristics with uranium and has similar transgenic properties to another fictional element named "vibernum". Its molecular structure is that of a triangular buckyball. During the movie, it is first shown using a polygon mesh of squares and then with a mesh that uses more than the 110 points (the number of points in a 'triangular buckyball').
    Vibranium is named on-screen in the feature film Captain America: The First Avenger, and is shown to exist in the 1940s. Howard Stark states that vibranium is stronger than and a third of the weight of steel, is completely vibration-absorbent, and that the world's complete known supply of it went into what would become Captain America's shield.
     
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  14. the dmg

    the dmg The Funky Homosapien

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    I haven't seen IM2 in a long while, but I do remember in IM, when Pepper is helping to remove the AR from his chest, she's grossed out by the pus, which Tony corrects her that it's a discharge from the device. I think the discharge was what was poisoning him.
     
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  15. roach

    roach I am the night

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    Its the Palladium...it was poisoning him
     
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  16. Ralph Hinkley

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    Hi,

    New here.... first post.

    Not sure if this is an easter egg and I realize its well known but it was worth waiting til after the credits to see the extra Nick Fury scene and the Avengers preview! After missing the Nick Fury cameo at the end of the credits in Thor - I now will completely wait for the credits to finish at all Marvel movies.

    I was kind of disappointed they did not have a scene at the end in the present where Steve Rogers got to see an older version of Peggy to let her know he was still alive. That would have been cool.
     
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  17. LostSon88

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    That's what sequels are for...

    :cwink:
     
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  18. Ralph Hinkley

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    I know in the comics he eventually meets her again however I think it would have been a great ending scene in this one.

    A little off topic but just caught a Stan Lee random cameo in one of the last few episodes of Eureka (Glimpse) with lots of references to the Hulk.
     
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  19. crazyb3e

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    Ok was it just me? Or was the a vessel similar to MODOK that picked up the cube at the end of the movie... I have looked around every where and haven't seen anybody talk about it. Watch it again and you'll see.
     
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  20. YoungE808

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    In theory, someone in her line of work wouldn't live to be that age but considering what universe she's a part of, she should also be able to leap hurdles at the age of 83.
     
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  21. Hotwire

    Hotwire Dealin' W/ Demons

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    She would be closer to 100. Figure her character was at least 25,then add the 70 years Fury tells Steve he's been asleep.
     
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  22. captainrogers

    captainrogers Diluted SuperSoldier

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    I'm still of the mind that vibranium and the element Tony creates in Ironman2 are two different things.
    What Tony recreates, I think, is what blew up in Howard's face in the "write that down" scene in CA:TFA.
     
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  23. Rage

    Rage Valar Morghulis

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    The harnessed power of the cosmic cube? That is not an element... and I believe Tony was creating a "new" element.
     
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  24. scatterax

    scatterax Presented in Technicolor

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    i think u r correct.
     
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  25. scatterax

    scatterax Presented in Technicolor

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    but i also think he incorporated the cube somehow.
     
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