For the lovely and cutest little thing… @lillitheamazingotaku3393 im so sorry for ignoring you and I know it was like pulling teeth to get you tell me what character you wanted but I feel so much better for doing this. I hope you like hun.
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cuz tumblr is weird about picture limits. but anyways, enjoy the levy~
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Rdj pisses me off bc - along with the two things you pointed out - he fucked with CA:CW. Like I get it, marvel pays him a shit ton of money (not to mention the bonus he got for CW) so he wants to have bigger roles but this wasn't his movie. We could've gotten a real Captain America movie but he complained about not having enough screen time and we were left with this mess. I feel like him and kevin feigie really fucked up the mcu (they may have messed with the possibility of Cap!Sam)
I mean it was Feige really. YOU KNOW WHAT GETS TO ME THE MOST. They chose to do Civil War bc DC announced Batman vs Superman. And I get wanting competition. I understand it, this is the industry I’m working to get into, I get it. But Marvel have consistently made more money at the box office than DC. The Dark Knight, which is DC’s best film and their top selling film, made $158,411,483 on its opening weekend. The Avengers, which is not Marvel’s best film but it is their best selling film, that made $207,438,708 in its opening weekend. Guardians 2, which is Marvel’s 5th best selling film made $146,510,104 on its opening weekend, compared to DC’s Man of Steel which is their 5th best selling which made $116,619,362. Marvel’s 10th best selling movie still made $32,054,843 more on opening weekend than DC’s 10th best selling movie.
Marvel have literally not had a single opening weekend or total profit where they’ve made less than DC. And the reason for that was that they were making better fucking movies. DC we’re making superhero movies. And they were good superhero movies. They were visually very impressive, but they lacked any real substance. Marvel were making good character based movies that were easy to relate to and they happened to also be superheroes. And people loved that. That was what set them apart. And they sacrificed that with Civil War in order to compete with something that wasn’t really competition for them. They could have given us a proper solid Cap 3 and still made more money than the DC film. But instead we just got a superhero film. Visually it was impressive but the actual substance? Lacking.
AND DC MOVED THEIR RELEASE DAY ANYWAY SO THE COMPETITION WAS REMOVED AND THEY STILL MADE THAT PIECE OF GARBAGE.
There was so much cute Obroden at the panel. He teased her about ordering pizza to her car, they hugged, he stole her mike, she touched his face, and she messed with his cap. I have some vids/pics I’ll post today or tomorrow.
I know a lot of people think Tony is the “wrong” side in the Civil War movie since it’s a Captain America film, but I actually kind of hope the opposite is true. In an interview before AoU, Chris Evans has said that he’d like to see Steve Rogers “be wrong. Make a mistake. He’s so concerned with being right. Even the struggle in this one, it’s about how to be right. His biggest struggle is just being the best he can be, and if he doesn’t achieve that, he really beats himself up. His moral compass is so sound, you rarely see him make a mistake. It’s everyone around him dropping the ball. So it would be nice to see a little bit of human error or a human flaw, just immaturity or foolishness, an ego, something.“
This would be a far more interesting take– have Cap mess up, but redeem himself in the end. Maybe he defies the system at first because he’s trying to protect Bucky or something, and then realizes that he would do better trying to change the government from within rather than antagonize them. Or something along those lines. Not necessarily giving up his morals, but just learning that he can be wiser in applying them because in the comics he honestly did make some bad calls. Idk. Despite it being Cap’s movie, I would find it a lot more interesting to see Steve develop as a character rather than everyone blaming Tony for everything again.