So, was chatting…
And the strangest coincidence of all time came up.
Avengers spoilers behind the cut.
Something new is getting started! SHIELD is recruiting members (no, not to sell Acuras this time) for a special mission on behalf of Agent Coulson, one which will require both internet and real-world resources and assistance.
Full details behind the cut, in the event that some of your colleagues have not yet seen the, uh, recruitment film.
[Note: so, uh, obviously, spoilers.]
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I stay up far past 3am when Marvel drops a clip for us.
I stare in shock and flailery and join the new hashtag chorus.
My ability to can has gone away, but then, I’m not surprised,
Because of how Phil Coulson told us that Barton was compromised.
Captain America has a scene in Stuttgart, Germany, with extras getting drunk outside a theatre playing “Wagner’s Ring Cycle” before Loki shows up.
The Avengers will span the globe like a Bond movie.
Feige thinks Renner is a possible scene stealer.
There is a scene with Thor and Iron Man in the woods at night, the one we saw with Cap in the trailer I guess.
The solo adventures will be referenced and Cap will learn the fate of Peggy.
The scene with Loki in a big museum like building is a German court house. He comes out and gives a massive speech about subjugating humanity (‘You were made to be ruled’) and tells the crowd to kneel. An old German man says he’ll never kneel to anyone again and Loki attempts to vaporise him with his staff when Cap uses his shield to deflect the beam. Cap replies ‘Men who want to rule the world end up getting just 6 feet of it’. Loki then whoops Cap’s ass but Iron Man shows up just in time to capture him and take him back to the SHIELD helicarrier… Which is just what he wants.
They go on to describe the E23 footage and how Feige saw ‘We have a Hulk’ all over the internet afterward. He praises the writing saying that they cut out lines that would be the best lines in an average movie. And someone is getting validation…Cap will tell Hulk to SMASH!
The post credits scene of Thor was shot in 3D and Whedon hated it. He was originally going to shoot in 3D and decided to convert it in post. Whedon jokes about his reputation for killing characters, he says Cap’s death will come out of nowhere and be hilarious.—
Empire Magazine (via fyeahlilbitoeverything)