What movie will be better the upcoming "Captain America" or the upcoming "Thor"?
Both are due out in 2011 and will lead into "The Avengers" in 2012.
The Avengers: http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Avengers-Movie-2012
I'm hoping Captain America will be awesome. I've never been a big fan of the Thor comics, so I care considerably less about how that one turns out.
by Steven Escareno 4 years ago
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Marvel will release Captain America 3 on the same exact day as "Batman vs. Superman" in 2016. As many movie fans probably know, "Batman vs. Superman" was originally supposed to come out next year, but it's been pushed back for...
by mts1098 6 years ago
Anyone going to watch the Avengers next week end?I am going to try to get to the movies and see this one.
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
In recent news, Marvel Studios offered each country an option of removing the name "Captain America" from the title to be called simply "First Avenger" if the word "America" would be deemed too offensive due to recent political issues. Well as far as we know,...
by optimus grimlock 7 years ago
In some countrys the new Captain America :the 1st Avenger movie will simply be called The 1st Avenger. This is retarded, I know were not the worlds favorite people but dont change a characters title!!! This is many ways how the terrorist win!!! Really freakin said and uncalled for. What do you guys...
by Lois Ryan 2 years ago
What is the last movie you watched?Could be any movie on television, Netflix, the movies. For me it was The Shawshank Redemption on Netflix. I've seen it a few times and love it
by optimus grimlock 7 years ago
After 50 years marvel comics has decided to kill the human torch! For thos of you who dont know the human torch is one of the fantastic four. This is hard to believe because I followed comics growing up and I've watched the many adaptations of their cartoon shows!
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