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Iron Man 2 After Credits

SPOILERS TO ANY DUMB ASSES THAN HAVE TROUBLE READING!!!


Glad they stuck with the original.

Thanks for that!

The weird thing for me is that IronMan seems more ‘realistic’ than Thor or the Hulk, so having him interact with them ( maybe in some future film, like the planned Avengers movie) seems a bit odd.
But I’d get over it and enjoy the movie anyway.

[quote]Nards wrote:
Thanks for that!

The weird thing for me is that IronMan seems more ‘realistic’ than Thor or the Hulk, so having him interact with them ( maybe in some future film, like the planned Avengers movie) seems a bit odd.
But I’d get over it and enjoy the movie anyway.[/quote]

I won’t be watching that clip, but the last Hulk movie, aside from the Hulk itself being CGI, was way more believable than that first movie.

Everyone just pretends the first one never happened.

Supposedly Fing Fang Foom makes a cameo and a third movie will feature the Mandarin as the films have been alluding to so magic has played a part in the iron man universe.

[quote]Professor X wrote:

[quote]Nards wrote:
Thanks for that!

The weird thing for me is that IronMan seems more ‘realistic’ than Thor or the Hulk, so having him interact with them ( maybe in some future film, like the planned Avengers movie) seems a bit odd.
But I’d get over it and enjoy the movie anyway.[/quote]

I won’t be watching that clip, but the last Hulk movie, aside from the Hulk itself being CGI, was way more believable than that first movie.

Everyone just pretends the first one never happened.[/quote]
In all honesty I like the first one as a movie but not as a hulk movie if that makes sense.

I’m going to watch the IM2 on Saturday.

You guys have to wait another week, sorry about that.

I am on record as being the only guy that that liked the Hulk itself from the first movie (the Eric Bana one).
I liked the way he looked and the stuff they had him do, like throw a tank to the horizon. I can see how others were bored by it though.

[quote]RSGZ wrote:
I’m going to watch the IM2 on Saturday.

You guys have to wait another week, sorry about that.[/quote]

Why? When does it start in the US?
I may see it tomorrow, as it opens on April 29th here in Taiwan.

[quote]drewh wrote:

[quote]Professor X wrote:

[quote]Nards wrote:
Thanks for that!

The weird thing for me is that IronMan seems more ‘realistic’ than Thor or the Hulk, so having him interact with them ( maybe in some future film, like the planned Avengers movie) seems a bit odd.
But I’d get over it and enjoy the movie anyway.[/quote]

I won’t be watching that clip, but the last Hulk movie, aside from the Hulk itself being CGI, was way more believable than that first movie.

Everyone just pretends the first one never happened.[/quote]
In all honesty I like the first one as a movie but not as a hulk movie if that makes sense.
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Makes perfect sense. I also know they lost most of the audience trying to explain the mutation alone even though I liked how they tried to explain why he wouldn’t die from the radiation but everyone else would.

[quote]Nards wrote:

[quote]RSGZ wrote:
I’m going to watch the IM2 on Saturday.

You guys have to wait another week, sorry about that.[/quote]

Why? When does it start in the US?
I may see it tomorrow, as it opens on April 29th here in Taiwan.[/quote]

Starts May 7, here…and no, we don’t need you fuckers spoiling it for us.

[quote]Nards wrote:

[quote]RSGZ wrote:
I’m going to watch the IM2 on Saturday.

You guys have to wait another week, sorry about that.[/quote]

Why? When does it start in the US?
I may see it tomorrow, as it opens on April 29th here in Taiwan.[/quote]

May 7th as far as Im aware.

Wow, I guess I’ll be seeing it first.

Funny that they’d let it come out here early, as Asia is known for all the pirating.

[quote]Nards wrote:
Wow, I guess I’ll be seeing it first.

Funny that they’d let it come out here early, as Asia is known for all the pirating.

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why do you think it’s being released there first? It’s already been pirated

Ummmm…since the video has already been taken down, would anyone care to share what was in it? I’m curious to know, please.

SPOILER SPOILER SPOILER

Basically Shield agents “say we found him” and it does a close up of mjolnir (Thor’s hammer)

[quote]Nards wrote:
Thanks for that!

The weird thing for me is that IronMan seems more ‘realistic’ than Thor or the Hulk, so having him interact with them ( maybe in some future film, like the planned Avengers movie) seems a bit odd.
But I’d get over it and enjoy the movie anyway.[/quote]

Dude, its a comic book. You think its realistic for a man to build powered armor suit in a cave and make it out?

Come on. Take your realism elsewhere.

[quote]drewh wrote:
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SPOILER
I just jizzed in my pants

Cool. Thank you very much!

I, too, enjoyed Ang Lee’s Hulk. I even own it on DVD. The second one was more…“manly” for lack of a better word. I enjoyed that one a lil more, but I still liked the first. I’m glad I didn’t see the spoiler vid, either. It’d be one more reason to be salty about being unable to see the movie.

[quote]WolBarret wrote:

[quote]Nards wrote:
Thanks for that!

The weird thing for me is that IronMan seems more ‘realistic’ than Thor or the Hulk, so having him interact with them ( maybe in some future film, like the planned Avengers movie) seems a bit odd.
But I’d get over it and enjoy the movie anyway.[/quote]

Dude, its a comic book. You think its realistic for a man to build powered armor suit in a cave and make it out?

Come on. Take your realism elsewhere.[/quote]

I may have sounded more emphatic than I really was.
I just mean that the there’s Tony Stark making armour, then there’s Thor, who’s a god from Valhalla or something. I said I’d still enjoy the movie, but it’s just a little funny to have that kind of character in a movie at all, I think.