Discussion in 'Marvel Films' started by TheFantasticJoe, Feb 1, 2013.
Secret Invasion. That would be awesome.
Briefly Captain Marvel:
SHIELD, because of Thor, Loki, and the Hulk, and the alien invasion from Avengers, creates SWORD. SHIELD's agency that monitors for aliens and prepares for defense against them. Director of SWORD if Agent Brand.
Another SWORD agent, formerly a SHIELD agent and formerly a pilot, is Agent Carol Danvers. She runs into and teams up with Kree alien Captain Mar-Vell who is on the run from Yon-Rogg and his team of soldiers who claim Mar-Vell is a war criminal for fathering a child with a Skrull woman (Teddy) and that is why he ran to Earth, to protect him. The truth is that Yon-Rogg wants to get Mar-Vell out of the way and kill the Kree/Skrull child. (the baby never comes into play, never shown in the film.)
In Ant Man it is mentioned, shown, something, that Lang has a daughter named Cassie. In a later film she is kidnapped by criminals from Lang's past criminal life, and he has to become Ant Man to save her (with the aid of Bill Foster).
Isaiah Bradley was one of the soldiers, along with Bucky, that Zola experimented on with his own version of the Super Soldier Serum. He passed his genetically super powered genes on to his son who passed them on to his grandson Eli.
Kang the Conqueror is one of the villains used in an Avengers sequel, anyone from Avengers 2 to Avengers 12).
In the Young Avengers movie Iron Lad brings to team together to fight the return of Kang, he brings in Teddy/Hulkling (son of Captain Mar-Vell and the Skrull princess), Cassie Lang/Stature, Eli Bradley/Patriot, and Hawkeye, Wiccan, Speed, and Vision 2.0, and the rest.
Jessica Drew is a triple agent, she works for Hydra as a spy in SHIELD and is spying on Hydra for SHIELD while acting as a Hydra Spy in SHIELD. She was genetically altered and turned into a super powered being like Captain America or Hulk, but works as a highly trained assassin/spy like Hawkeye or Black Widow.
Marvel movies should also open a new branch, the spy/espionage thriller movies. Like Bourne movies, or Mission Impossible movies, or Patriot Games, Salt, etc. The spy movies are gritty and darker than the usual Marvel films, but also include things like LMDs, super powers, psychic spies, etc. These films include characters like Winter Soldier, Black Widow, Falcon, Hawkeye, Nick Fury, Abigail Brand, Sharon Carter, Captain America, Spider-Woman, etc.
Young Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD, a film that takes place during 1960/1970 and stars a young actor (20 something) playing a young Nick Fury. He was a soldier during the Vietnam War and comes home unhappy. He is found by SHIELD agent, and old veteran Dum Dum Dugan, and brought into SHIELD as a rookie. He also meets the Contessa there too. Fury is trained by Dugan and becomes his partner/friend. Fury excels and becomes SHIELD's top agent. But he looses his eye and his hair starts to gray on the sides.
The film fills in the gaps of what happened between Captain America 1 and Iron Man 1. Where did Hydra go after Red Skull vanished? What happened to the soldiers in Cap's team? (Answer is they became SHIELD.) Other stuff like that.
I'd love to see Young Avengers, but I can't see it doing well unfortunately.
-A Defenders film.
-Doctor Doom as a villain in a film featuring Iron Man; Stark and Doom are two sides of a coin.
-A Black Widow solo film.
-A Howling Commandos film. It could be set after Captain America and have the men hunting down the rest of Hydra.
-A scene showing Thor summoning an army from Asgard into another realm, as he did in Ultimates 2: Grand Theft America.
Poorly explained reason for Young Avengers: The introduction of the Young Avengers not only starts the connecting all the films together all over, and brings back the excitement from those films, but it brings in younger viewers and sets up Marvel heroes for years to come. Eventually, years from now, Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, and the rest, will have stopped playing the characters and just like James Bond (if they replace the actors with other actors like they plan to do with Tony Stark) there might come a time when the public isn't too interested or is loosing interest. Maybe bringing in new characters like the Young Avengers could help. I am not saying though that that will happen, and I hope not. But I still think that bringing in the next generation of heroes could help the Marvel movie universe too. And also studios like casting young, they originally wanted a 20 something or younger Tony Stark. Maybe if they had a cast of young 20 somethings for the Young Avengers they would fill that need they see in their viewers. I don't know if I am clarifying what I mean. If I am not I can try again.
Marvel starts its 15 min film intros. Before each Marvel film we get a short film introducing other Marvel characters that maybe wont get their own film, or characters who could but the studio is still unsure. For example Luke Cage and Iron Fist in "Heroes for Hire", the 15 min film starts with them fighting a group of AIM or Hydra agents in down town New York. We don't get full origins, just see the character(s) in action using their powers or demonstrating their skills. Letting the audience know very quickly who they basically are. The episode ends abruptly, for example Luke Cage and Iron Fist save the day by defeating all the bad guys and rescuing the thing they were stealing. And we could see them at the end getting paid for their services.
They could do this for Moon Knight, She-Hulk, Black Panther, Nova, Dr. Strange, Namor, Deathlock, Werewolf by Night, and various other characters. 15 min shorts, like how Pixar has a short before their movies, or how they used to show cartoons before films in theaters. The actors used, the FX used, almost all of it, could be fixed, altered, replaced, if and when they actually use these characters in final films. These 15 min shorts would just be to introduce the characters to the public. Get people excited. Get kids to want to see more Luke Cage and Iron Fist.
I had a dream once where Captain America went back to England and teamed up with Captain Britain. Then they made a Mi-13 movie.
I thought Cap did go to England and team with Captain Britain in a comic.
TV/HBO/Game of Thrones level limited series telling the Squadron Supreme story, the Gruenwald one.
Thats hard to avoid, because it *is* a stupid idea. None of the themes from Civil War are relevant to the MCU, what with them either already being touched upon, or being completely moot. If your idea of a movie is "SHIELD goes around turning superhumans into slaves," then do I really have to explain what an awful concept for a movie that would be?
I wouldn't wish a She-Hulk film on my worst enemy.
I'm on about this happening in a future Captain America movie, then they make an MI-13 film ( in my dreams).
Widowmaker - a Black Widow/Hawkeye team-up. Something smaller and grittier than the colorful Avengers movies. Something like a Daniel Craig Bond movie but with even less scope. And never explain what happened in Budapest (ever since that throw away line people seem to be obsessed with what happened there). Keep it as an intimate memory between the 2 of them.
Inhumans - The inhumans are probably packaged with Fantastic Four, but if they aren't, I would love to see an Inhumans movie. I very ornate gothic epic scope style movie that snipes elements of period pieces. Think 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. A group of adventurers, explorers, and scientists investigating weird sighting stumble on to Attilan and the weird society within and how they might pose a danger to the outside world.
I'd also be more interested in an epic adaptation of Immortal Iron Fist series rather than a small scope buddy cop Heroes for Hire movie.
This for me, really.
Marvel's doing a fine job in introducing the core superheroes into their cinematic universe (the ones they have the rights to, anyway); but right now, the characters that are suffering are all the street-level types who aren't likely to make an Avengers roster or fight the cosmic baddies. We're all *hoping* that at least some of them will get exposure on the SHIELD TV show, but I'm still taking a wait-n-see on how that all works out.
So, really wishing and dreaming on my part: I'd hope for a smaller "Searchlight" sub-studio of Marvel that puts out smaller (30-50 million budget) films focusing on street level heroes --- characters who are big on live action and short on VFX and CGI. Luke Cage; Iron Fist; Daredevil; Elektra; Punisher; Cloak and Dagger; Mockingbird; Blade; Moon Knight; Shang-Chi; Daughters of the Dragon; Ghost Rider.
A Marvel Knights series set in the MCU would be sweet! Fudge HBO though.
I'm really hoping for Dr. Strange and Captain Britain to have their own adventures in the MCU. I also hope Spidey will have some sort of cameo in the MCU particularly TA2?
Oh yeah, and a Hulk movie starring Mark Ruffalo. Not cameos!
My dreams are as follows
1. A Dr.Strange movie true to the Steve Ditko art. I want a truly unique experience and I want it to feel like we really have entered different dimensions.
2.An Immortal Iron Fist Film where we get to visit K'un l'un and get immersed in that mythology.Luke Cage would appear as well.
3.Fantastic Four going back to Marvel, just so I could finally get a satisfying interpretation of one of my favorite villains, Victor Von Doom.I want Latveria and everything else that makes the character great.
4. A live action Punisher tv series, starring Thomas Jane.It be close in tone to Garth Ennis run and be on HBO or Showtime.
5. A well made Daredevil film series, which would begin with Mr'Fear as the villain.
I'd be happy with a Marvel Knights/Heroes for Hire type movie with Daredevil, Luke, Iron Fist, Punisher ect.
I'd like Marvel to put out other movies throughout the year set in the MCU but not necessarily all super heroics. I'd like a full-on legal drama with Matt Murdock perhaps defending another superhero (or villain even) where this is the repercussions of another movie playing out now.
Or even a murder mystery/ serial killer type drama using the private eyes of the Marvel Universe.
I realise they'd be better suited for TV, but you still get these types of films in the mainstream, and this would allow for other smaller films throughout the year (ie not in summer) still coming from Marvel Studios.
I'd like things to go in one of two directions, myself, at least for the time being...
1. As we introduce more films/characters to the MCU, make movies that have little or no connection to Avengers. Obviously, they can mention something of have a brief cameo, but I really don't want a Daredevil (or even Doctor Strange) movie that has any direct ties to or leads into an Avengers ensemble film. The one character I think I would like to see lead into an Avengers role would be Luke Cage, although at first I would want him to basically tell Fury/Stark/whoever to take a hike because they come asking him to sign up for their team, although their team was nowhere to be found when Hulk and Abomination were smashing up Harlem.
2. This one assumes we get more characters back to Marvel. Do an Avengers "trilogy" with all of the tie-ins, and then let those characters rest for a while. Basically build a new Marvel universe with the primary focus being Fantastic Four. Other heroes, such as Black Panther and Namor can obviously tie into an FF world, as well as Inhumans and a properly done Doom. Build this as a series that leads into its own finale, the coming of Galactus, which brings all of the new MCU characters together. Somewhere along the way, there would be post credit scenes featuring Silver Surfer and Uatu.
-I don't need FF, X-men, and Spidey back at marvel but I want Marvel to be free to use them on occasion for bigger events. I think the third Avengers should be able to have Spidey on the team and the X-men and FF in some kind of supporting or cameo role.
-Black panther needs a movie. Seriously.
-I'd love if they can lock Downey Jr. into Iron Man at least until after a third Avengers.
-Thomas Jane returning for a Punisher tv show and a film in which he, Blade(Snipes) and Ghost Rider(Cage) team up! Hell, maybe we can throw in Dr. Strange or another character. I want a Defenders film but I don't think it has to be the exact same one as the comics.
-I want Civil War at some point, hopefully with most of the current actors still here and with characters/actors from Fox and Sony's marvel films as well.
The chances of Sony, Fox and Marvel joining together are almost impossible.
i'd love to see a union jack movie featuring baron blood and a ton of vampires...set in england and about the rise in strange killings.
this leads to investigations and whoever gets close enough also disappears.
enter UJ with his silver knife and webley.
i'd love to see the cinematic scene in the church where he battles wave after wave of the vampire horde fighting till daybreak where he just survives.
kind of the punisher meets blade with some 30 days of night thrown in there.
Not as impossible as Marvel Rights Activists on these boards would like to think.
And you're missing the whole point of this thread. Nobody's asking anybody to make *realistic* predictions; it's just "wildest dream" wishlisting. Nothing's off limits.
I'd like Carol Danvers and Jessia Drew to take their friendship to the next level in one of these "wildest dream" Marvel movies.
IF Marvel and Sony were ever to work it out, I would love to see a Spider-Man/Daredevil/Punisher team-up, probably against Kingpin or someone like that, playing with the dynamic of Spidey as a light/"good" one, Punisher as the obvious dark and gritty one, and Daredevil riding that line of being a true "good guy" hero like Spider-Man or going over the edge and becoming more like Castle.