Ant-Man Movie 2015


➞ Ant-Man Movie Storyline
Armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, con-man Scott Lang must embrace his inner-hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym, protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats. Against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, Pym and Lang must plan and pull off a heist that will save the world.

⇨ Ant-Man Movie Detail
Release Date : 2015-07-17
Casts : Michael Douglas, John Slattery, Martin Donovan, Hayley Atwell, Etienne Vick, Bobby Cannavale, Wood Harris, Gregg Turkington, Paul Rudd, Michael Peña, T.I., Sebastian Stan, David Dastmalchian, Chris Evans, Anthony Mackie, Evangeline Lilly, Stan Lee, Hayley Lovitt, Corey Stoll, Abby Ryder Fortson, Steven Wiig, Jordi Mollà , Judy Greer, Vanessa Ross
Duration : 115 minutes runtime
Rating : 7

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MCU fandom was predated by comics fandom and comics canon. One can ignore that. One can not read the comics, but there’s no making them not exist.

That means that saying that only Sharon Carter exists just as a means for Marvel to distance themselves from the idea that Bucky and Steve are gay is ridiculous. The character was created LONG before the movies.

For one thing, in the comics, Bucky was 16, 5  years younger than Steve, making any relationship between them pretty damn squicky. Steve was like his older brother and a mentor. Bucky was also considered to be permanently dead when Sharon came on the scene, so there was no tie there. She had absolutely nothing to do with Bucky.

In the movies, the intent was to portray a friendship that was as close, but with a role reversal in terms of who was rash and who was the protector, because the idea of a 16 year old soldier is no longer acceptable. Also because the change in dynamic between pre/post serum Steve and Bucky is interesting.

I get why people ship mcu Steve and Bucky I really do. And it’s perfectly fine to do so. It does bother me when people say, ‘they must be gay. Look how they care. It’s obvious and there’s no other option.’, though. 

That’s saying men can’t have important friendships. Men can’t care deeply for each other without it being sexual and there’s no such thing as a brotherly bond that isn’t by blood. It’s saying that, sexuality aside, all men are emotionally shallow.

I think that’s really selling men short. It’s one thing to say ‘I like to think they’re gay.’ It’s another to say ‘they must be.’

Now, in the MCU, Bucky is alive and a year older than Steve, but that doesn’t retroactively change the reason that the character of Sharon was created, which was probably because some writer realized that Steve’s loneliness was so profound, it was practically existential, and felt sorry for the poor bastard.

Sharon/Steve and Natasha/Bucky are comics canon. That exists. The may not go that direction in the movies–or they might. There’s no way of knowing. 

What we do know is that if they go that way, it’s because it’s canon, it’s the established history of the characters and they find the characters/relationships interesting, not that they’re trying to shit on anyone’s shippy fandom fun. 

Neither Sharon Carter or Natasha Romanoff were created to mess up anyone’s ship or to hide fandom’s perception of ‘truth,’ but because they wanted to tell a story about those relationships. That will continue to be true if they bring those relationships into the MCU.

No one has to like them. No one has to ship them. One does have to accept that the characters/characterizations exist, have existed for more than 50 years in Sharon’s case, more than 10 in Bucky and Natasha’s, and have absolutely nothing to so with fandom’s choices of what and what not to find personally appealing.

There is simply no reason for all this continuing drama, regardless of whether the MCU writer’s go the canon route or not. What they do in the movies has no bearing on what fans can write and believe. Crapping on each other for shipping different pairings or for even acknowledging that comics canon is a possibility on screen, is pointless, mean-spirited and destructive. So maybe everyone could settle down and stop bashing characters or each other, huh?

Otherwise, it’s going to be a damn long nine months until CA:TCW is released.

Perhaps we could just be happy that more female characters are going to be on screen, and continue to perceive the films as we wish, without insisting that everyone else feel the same.