I don’t know why it’s so hard to grasp that they should’ve went big with the Spider-Man Ride. He’s the biggest superhero they have. Tony Stark has been keeping the seat warm, but Spidey is on track to reclaim his throne.
Yeah but what about Bond? How popular would that brand be if they just called it a day and rested on the residuals of the past films?I definitely disagree. Seinfeld finished on a high note and it's still pretty popular. The Walking Dead has dragged on and now no one cares.
The MCU had two movies ten years ago and no one had any idea what the MCU was so no you didn't hear this ten years ago.
Endgame already hinted that Captain America will be played by Falcon, and Thor will retire and Valkyrie will take his place. Black Panther and Captain Marvel shows that this SJW approach was already in the making. Black Panther was good, but Captain Marvel is awful and she was terrible in Endgame. Regardless, Marvel will still be a success, but not every character does well like Ant-Man, the worse performer.Please don’t start the SJW debate, GotG, Black Panther, Dr Strange and Capt Marvel will continue as they were all successful films that haven’t gotten the full triology. If Sony let’s them I’m sure Spider-Man will have one more solo film. Black Widow is rumored to have a prequel film. They are keeping Bucky, Falcon, Vision, Scarlet Witch and Loki alive via Disney+. I assume Ms Marvel will be a supporting member in Capt Marvel 2. I expect Fantastic Four to be the final Phase 4 film before the next team up movie in 3-4 years.
Having Falcon take the mantle makes sense and only occurred because Chris Evens retireed, Valkyrie is queen of Asgard because Thor is joining GotG (Chris Hemsworth has signed a new contract.)Endgame already hinted that Captain America will be played by Falcon, and Thor will retire and Valkyrie will take his place. Black Panther and Captain Marvel shows that this SJW approach was already in the making. Black Panther was good, but Captain Marvel is awful and she was terrible in Endgame. Regardless, Marvel will still be a success, but not every character does well like Ant-Man, the worse performer.
Tell that to the Blofeld story arc of Thunderball - You Only Live Twice - On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Diamonds Are Forever. (Or the Daniel Craig films.)Bond isn't a continuing narrative that already reached its climax.
We are guests at the Spider-man costume and weapon R+D facility at the stark industries hollywood campus. We are invited to come test out the new web slingers. When we aren't flicking our wrists at screens, the ride vehicle will gradually incline to the second level, where we find an employee cafeteria and smoking lounge. Here, we continue to flick our wrists in order to select food items for sale and to select the form of cigarette we would like to smoke. The points you earned downstairs will be spent upstairs, and your performance and health choices will all be taken into account when deciding your overall performance at the end of the ride.The building is essentially two stories, with a sizable catwalk above the ride itself. The clear height at the show scenes is about 20’ (just over 5.5m).
Still a pretty massive difference between the MCU which is one single narrative.Tell that to the Blofeld story arc of Thunderball - You Only Live Twice - On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Diamonds Are Forever. (Or the Daniel Craig films.)
They could have just ended right there with Diamonds. "Roger Moore! You're diluting the brand!" And actually many of the older fans felt that way.
So which do you want Marvel be? James Bond or Man from Uncle?
But if anything Marvel is more inoculated against single-narrative fatigue. "I'm a little done with Thor, but I'm interested in Black Panther," or "I'm pleased with the way they killed off that character - there was nowhere else satisfying for them to go on that storyline. Now I'm excited about that character's younger relative..." that sort of thing.Still a pretty massive difference between the MCU which is one single narrative.
I'm sorry but no, and we've discussed this before. MCU hasn't peaked, its just reaching new heights. I know you don't believe it but that doesn't matter.The MCU is over now anyway. Over the next few years the movies will only continue to decline and eventually have overstayed their welcome by the general public. It’s inevitable when you don’t end when you’re on top. The MCU peaked and it’s all downhill from here.
Again MCU hasn't reached its climax, its just closing a final chapter in a long book called MCU Volume One "The Thanos Years" and will be opening a new one called MCU Volume Two "Title to be Named Later" in Phase 4. You do realize Thanos isn't the only big baddie in all of Marvel that can be a multi-movie arc, right? Galactus for one could kick Thanos to the other side of the cosmos without much thought if he wanted, and he hasn't even been introduced in the MCU yet.Bond isn't a continuing narrative that already reached its climax.
When they get to Hercules and the Swordsmen as members of the Avengers, that's when you know it's over. Maybe the two gun kid too.Marvel has upwards of 8000 characters on record. They can continue to make movies until the end of time and not even touch half of them.
It’s not a contradiction. Saying it’s our generation’s Star Wars is simply saying it’s the big thing that came out while we were young. Star Wars is still big to this day and the MCU will be big in the future as well.These two statements contradict one another. If something belongs to a certain generation, it can't transcend generations!
What you're saying is that Star Wars has been replaced by the MCU, but at the same time you're saying the MCU will never be replaced like Star Wars.
I don't believe it. IF that were true, then... no, they just made the place Pixar Pier! Toy Story is Pixar's premier brand! I like playing the hypothetical game, but my brain can't do it. It's not going to happen.Seen a couple of comments on YT from different sources stating that they know contractors who are contracted to remove TSMM after Phase 1 of Marvel Land opens. Obviously, I don't immediately believe random people on the internet, but it does throw another topic on the table to consider. It would explain why the new Spider-Man attraction is a similar ride system and would eliminate the redundancy. However it doesn't explain why Disney can't be more original and creative.
Let's assume this is true for the moment. What would they do with that space in Pixar Pier? Is TSMM too popular to remove? Is Disney really that bad now to clone an attraction in the same park? I just don't know anything anymore.
I’m confused, what’s the D ticket? Do I want to ask?Wow, if true this is terrible. In the meantime Disneyland is getting 2 E tickets and a D ticket in E tickets clothing. They re going to have to make all APs DCA only.
Yeah, it'd make as much sense as Disney removing Tower of Terror after remodeling the park in a design which perfectly complements the 1930's aesthetic and theme, especially with several tie ins to the all new Buena Vista Street. It'll never happen.I don't believe it. IF that were true, then... no, they just made the place Pixar Pier! Toy Story is Pixar's premier brand! I like playing the hypothetical game, but my brain can't do it. It's not going to happen.