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Captain America: The Winter Soldier & X-Men: Days of Future Past Thread

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posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 06:03 AM
This thread will be everything about X-Men: Days of Future Past and Captain America: The Winter Soldier.
All the trailers, TV spots, clips, and important news will be posted here, instead of making multiple threads for each movies, like I've done by mistake with Thor 2.

I will begin with the opening act: the first trailers ever to be released:

I must admit, I was doubting how the Captain America sequel would turn out, but this looks really good, like, awesomely good. It seems as if Shield is turning into a darker, more secretive side, and I like it.
Also, Steve Rogers finally seemed to have loosened up a bit, which was what I liked in the first Captain America more than in The Avengers.

As for X-Men.... WOW!! It's the third time that I look at it, and it still gives me goosebumps (which is extremely rare!!).
That looks absolutely incredible. I really like its darker, more sinister tone; but also, I can't wait to see Magneto/McKellen and Xavier/Stewart reunited together instead of fighting. It just looks really, really awesome.

I must say, Marvel has been adapted to movies really well for the last two-three years (enoughly to say that it might have finally made me a fan) and it gives hope that something as weird as "Guardians of the Galaxy" will be very interesting.

The release date of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and X-Men: Days of Future Past, are respectively set for the 4 April 2014 and 23 May 2014.

In the meantime, I will continue to post the new trailers, clips, TV spots and news, so don't forget to come back occasionally take a peek at what's new.

edit on 31-10-2013 by starheart because: release date for x-men

posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 06:09 AM
Ive been slowing going off the X-Men origins, i need another decent dose of the team to give me hope

I really enjoyed the 1st Captain America movie and i really didnt expect to, so im rather excited about the squeal.

Its been a pretty bland summer for movies, better be some good ones in the next few months - need something to look forward to other than being cold in the dark!

P.S. Have you seen any of the clips from Ender's Game? Thats going to be a good one, and not based on franchises. yey!
edit on 31-10-2013 by Biigs because: speeeeeeeling miztakes

posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 06:20 AM


Its been a pretty blame summer for movies, better be some good ones in the next few months - need something to look forward to other than being cold in the dark!

Yeah, well big franchise always releases their biggest movies in end-autumn/winter/beginning-spring.
After those dates, it's all less important movies...

P.S. Have you seen any of the clips from Ender's Game? Thats going to be a good one, and not based on franchises. yey!

Yes, that looks really not bad. My friend is a big fan of the books, so he's a big scared that Orci/Kurtzman will ruin Ender's Game (a bit like Star Trek: Into Darkness ruined the original timeline);
but it looks really cool indeed! Hey, it's tomorrow that it gets out.

posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 06:45 AM
As another member said, this summer's movies have not been all that grate.

But i think after the Christmas period and into next year things will get much better.

I didn't like the first Captain America but this one looks much better and all X-men movies so far have been epic.

All in all i think next years movies are looking pretty good.

posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 10:22 AM
What about Thor: The Dark World? The midcredits and end credits scenes set up the superoverarching plot for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, from Phase 1 to the end of Phase 3...which currently encompasses a projected 10-12 movies in total. That's a lot of comic book movies.

Not to mention that their success has sprung the DC equivalent as well. Batman vs Superman, anyone?

posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 05:21 PM
reply to post by AfterInfinity

Yes, I've heard about the TWO end-credits we'll get in Thor 2! I really can't wait to see them.

And... one of the two is a clip from "Guardians of the Galaxy"... Don't know what's the other one.

Personally, I'm waiting very much for Phase 2 and 3.. I heard there could be a Dr. Strange movie, which would be cool!

There's very few movies that makes you interested in seeing the books; but I'm really starting to be curious in the comic-books!

posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 01:51 PM
Hi there!

There was a 5 minutes "trailers" of Captain America 2 at the beginning of Thor 2, when you were taking the IMAX 3D choice, so someone posted the description of the "trailer/clips":

During 3D screenings of Thor: The Dark World, Marvel Studios is showing a special five minute sneak preview of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. The sneak preview opens with Captain America (as played by Chris Evans) standing alone in a glass elevator. He is staring out the glass wall of the elevator with his back to the elevator doors.

Just before the elevator doors close, Brock Rumlow (aka Crossbones as played by Frank Grillo) catches the door and enters the elevator with two other men. After Rumlow enters the elevator, Rumlow and Captain America acknowledge each other by name. After the elevator doors close, Rumlow tells Captain America, “Response found some fibers on the roof they want us to see. Do you want me to get the tech team ready?” Captain America replies, “No, let’s wait and see what it is first.” Rumlow agrees, “Right.”
Captain America notices one of the men on the elevator has his hand on a weapon that is strapped to his leg. The elevator stops at another floor and five men in suits get on. Captain America looks suspiciously at one of the men. The elevator door opens again, and three more men get on. One of the men is a big, bald guy. Captain America is glancing around at the men who have now surrounded him on the elevator. It’s obvious that he suspects something is up.
After the elevator door shuts again, Captain America says, “Before we get started, does anyone want to get out?” One of the men on the elevator pulls out a stun baton and turns around to attack Captain America. As he hits Captain America with the stun baton, all the other men rush in and grab Captain America in an attempt to restrain him. The big, bald guy has Captain American in a chokehold. Another man has fastened some type of magnetic cuff around Captain America’s right wrist and is attempting to push the magnetic cuff against a metal part of the elevator.
However, Captain America is able to pull his arm away, and he starts fighting back against the men in the elevator. One by one Captain America is taking out the other men in the elevator, but the magnetic cuff on his wrist winds up getting stuck against a metal side on the elevator. As Captain America struggles to get free, Rumlow hits Captain America repeatedly with a stun baton. Even with one arm trapped, Captain America continues to fight Rumlow and the other men with his one free arm.
Captain America finally manages to free his arm and the magnetic cuff from the wall, and he proceeds to take out the remaining men on the elevator. Finally, it’s just Rumlow and Captain America. Rumlow says, “I just want you to know, Cap. This isn’t personal.” Rumlow then lunges at Captain America with stun batons in each hand. Despite the fact that Rumlow shocks Captain America several times, Captain America is still able to fight him off. After knocking Rumlow out, Captain America says, “It kind of feels personal.” With all the men unconscious on the elevator floor, Captain America looks down at his shield, which is also on the ground. Captain America stomps down on the corner of his shield, flipping it up onto his arm.
The scene fades to black and then reopens with a city shot of Washington, D.C. Captain America’s voice can be heard saying, “I joined S.H.I.E.L.D. to protect people.” Captain America is sitting in an office with Agent Alexander Pierce (who is played by Robert Redford). Agent Pierce says, “Captain, to build a better world, sometimes means tearing the old one down, and that makes enemies.”
There is a brief flash of Steve Rogers (in street clothes rather than his Captain America costume) and Black Widow (as played by Scarlett Johansson) walking in a dark room. Then, there is a close-up of the S.H.I.E.L.D. logo. A voiceover says, “Are you ready for the world to see you as you really are? See what’s out the window. You know how the game works. Disorder. War. All it takes is one step.” There is a montage of scenes showing Agent Nick Fury (as played by Samuel Jackson) entering a room, Black Widow turning, Captain America looking out the window, Agent Pierce and Agent Fury shaking hands, Captain America crashing through a glass window, a closeup of Sam Wilson (aka The Falcon played by Anthony Mackie), an operating room, Steve Rogers in street clothes, and various aircraft taking off.
Agent Nick Fury is standing beside Captain America. Agent Fury says, “We’re going to neutralize a lot of threats before they even happen.” The scene flashes to a helicarrier taking off. A Captain America voiceover says, “I thought the punishment usually came after the crime.” Nick Fury responds, “S.H.I.E.L.D. takes the world as it is, not as we’d like it to be.” Captain America says, “This isn’t freedom. This is fear.” Nick Fury says, “You need to keep both eyes open.”
The scene flashes to Captain America getting ready to jump out of the cargo door of a plane. Captain America is knocking someone over with his shield. Captain America is running and leaping into the air. There is a shot of a police barricade and then a car exploding and flipping over. There is an action sequence of Black Widow fighting someone, several explosions, and then Steve Rogers (in street clothes) standing in front of a gravestone. Sam Wilson is on the roof with a rifle. A bus flips over and someone crashes in through the front windshield. There are random shots of people standing, jumping, and shooting.
Sam Wilson is on a roof as a helicopter opens fire on him. Wilson falls off the building backwards with his guns blazing. There are more close-ups of Agent Pierce and various action sequences. Captain America is riding his bike toward a jet. A helicarrier is on fire and falling out of the sky, crashing into the ground. Captain America’s battered and burned shield is sticking out of the ground as someone’s legs can be seen approaching. A metal hand reaches down to grab the shield. The camera pans up to reveal the Winter Soldier.

I like how, in this one, SHIELD will get a bit muddy, which was like half the time like that in the comics-book!

posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 01:55 PM
Oh, and because it's related to X-Men, I'll post it here.

You know how fans complained that Wolverine didn't had that spandex yellow & blue costume? Well, it looks like Marvel may be planning to finally introduce that costume.
In a deleted ending for The Wolverine 2, they show that red-haired Japanese girl give to Logan a box, and when Logan opens it, it reveals the yellow & blue comic-book mask!

See here the clip:

I don't know about that one. In one hand, it will be really cool if Wolverine had the original costume. But on the other hand, I fear that the costume is too ridiculous for a serious movie. I mean, a spandex flashy yellow guy walking around and kicking ass?

posted on Nov, 10 2013 @ 02:50 PM
Oh, and here's 13 new pictures of the X-Men 2 cast:

posted on Feb, 11 2014 @ 12:03 PM
Hey guys.
I'm too busy to be able to keep up with the recent news of Marvel,
so if you wish so, you guys can take over.

posted on Feb, 19 2014 @ 10:47 PM
The first full length trailer of "Guardians of the Galaxy" is out. I'm looking forward to seeing it and the new X-Men. Captain America, not so much.

posted on Feb, 20 2014 @ 04:28 AM
reply to post by allenidaho

Oh yeah! Saw it yesterday, and it just looks so fun. I had no idea if they would be able to pull off the racoon and Groot, but they did, and it looks really cool! And funny, at least, which is something that Marvel tries to keep in all his movies, unlike DC.

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