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Marvel unviels their next four projects

Marvel Unveils CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER, THOR: THE DARK WORLD, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY and ANT-MAN

Saturday’s Hall H panel for Marvel at Comic-Con was billed as Iron Man 3, but from previous experience we all knew to expect more goodies from Marvel Studios than just IM3. We were right, as the studio announced full, intriguing titles for Thor 2 and Captain America 2, confirmed Guardians of the Galaxy (including which characters will appear), and revealed test footage for Ant-Man with a surprise appearance by Edgar Wright.

Hit the jump for my full recap of this “update” portion of the Marvel panel. [Update: We've updated the article with concept art for the Guardians of the Galaxy movie as well as logos for all the upcoming Marvel films]

Chris-Hemsworth-Thor 2 the dark worldFeige opened the panel by saying that they’re working on four movies in active development. The first is Iron Man 3, hitting theaters on May 3rd, 2013. He then went on to reveal titles for two previously known sequels, and confirmed another property that we’d heard rumblings of in the past few weeks.

Iron Man 3 (May 3, 2013)
Thor: The Dark World (November 8, 2013)
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (April 4, 2014)
Guardians of the Galaxy (August 1, 2014)

For fans of the comics, the subtitle “The Winter Soldier” should provide a hint as to where the Captain America sequel will go. The title is a reference to a comics storyline that will find Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) taking an integral role.

guardians-of-the-galaxy-movieFeige added that Zachary Levi has been confirmed as the character of Fandrel in the Thor sequel, and revealed the team that will be unleashed for Guardians of the Galaxy:

StarLord
Drax the Destroyer
Rocket Raccoon
Groot
Gamora

In a fantastic surprise, Feige then introduced Edgar Wright to talk about Ant-Man. Wright had been tweeting about being in London for the past few days in an effort to throw fans off, but he came out to a very warm reception.

“I’m taking the Terrence Malick approach to superheroes,” said Wright referring to the long road of development on Ant-Man.
Wright and Joe Cornish wrote two more drafts of the script last year, but they’ve been done for quite a while.

ant-man-movie-logoThey then revealed test footage that Wright shot for Ant-Man, after Wright toyed for a bit with the audience saying they wouldn’t really want to see a clip of stuff with wires and blue screens in it. It’s completely unfinished since they shot it two weeks ago, but they showed the footage anyway because Marvel absolutely owns Comic-Con.

The footage opened with Ant-Man sitting on a ledge in an air conditioning vent that lead to a hallway guarded by two agents. The costume was pretty metallic looking, and he snuck through the vent hole and started running down the hallway. He morphed to normal size, shocking the guards, then morphed back down to ant size and kept running. Still in “ant size” he leapt up and punched one of the guys in the face, knocking the spit out of him, then he ran and attacked the other guard.

The footage was obviously rough, but I thought the big/small effects worked great. Wright found a way to make Ant-Man’s power work in a cool and useful way on screen, while still allowing room for the playful tone that he does so well. While I was hoping we’d see someone like Simon Pegg play the role just for fun in the test footage, the actor was wearing the Ant-Man helmet the entire time so we never saw his face. The lights then came back up.

“I’ve been doing one second of that for the last six years,” quipped Wright
Wright confirmed that the costume seen in the test footage will most likely be what makes the final film. He described it as a mix between the Silver Age and contemporary Ant-Man, adding “Ant-Man will kick your ass one inch at a time.”
Wright said there’s no casting to announce, but “revealed” that Ant-Man has been here in Hall H all day, pulling out an Ant-Man title card and putting it on the table next to him.

Wright then left the stage to make way for the Iron Man 3 panel, but these bits of news from Marvel were met with wild applause from the audience. Hit the comments to discuss the goings-on from today’s Marvel panel, and read Matt’s recap of Iron Man 3 right here. [Update: Simon Pegg tweeted that he, Nick Frost, and Wright start filming The World's End in 10 weeks, then Wright will film Ant-Man sometime next year.]










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If you gave them a list it's

1. Spider-Man
2. Hulk

And probably a large gap between Hulk and the rest.
As of RIGHT NOW.

Favorite among people over 13

Wolverine
Iron Man
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I asked the same question and got linked to an explanation. The tesseract and aether are two of the gems.

A Google search will probably turn up an answer for you.
I'm the last guy that needs to do search on this subject.

I put all the answers with videos to these questions in the GotG thread.
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Old 05-25-2014, 09:03 AM   #198
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Interesting results among comic book fans:

Marvel Character Popularity Poll (CBR)


Ever wondered which Marvel characters are the most popular among comic book fans? Well, it looks like Comic Book Resources did a rather comprehensive and sophisticated poll on the subject back in February, the results of which were posted last month. Looking through it, some of the top contenders are pretty obvious, but others are more than a little surprising.

Two things should be mentioned first before I continue. First of all, the poll was based exclusively on the characters' comic book appearances, at least in principle. It's hard to imagine the film and TV versions of characters had no effect at all on the results, but they weren't the primary factor at least. Secondly, the poll was conducted by asking each poster to list their top 10 characters, rather than asking them to vote for one in particular. The character they ranked #1 scored the most points, the character they ranked #10 scored the least points.

First of all, let's talk about some of the characters who didn't make the top 100 (but were counted). Most of these weren't very surprising, minor characters who've only been in a couple of storylines, as well as a huge slew of alternate universe characters like the Ultimate line. A few of the biggest upsets were the Red Skull, J. Jonah Jameson, Gwen Stacy, Ultron, and Nick Fury (both versions). I was also pretty surprised, given all the fuss about the Mandarin in Iron Man 3 that he didn't score high enough to make the list. Assuming this poll is accurate, I think it's fair to say then that the complainers were a vocal minority.

Moving on to the characters that actually made it to the top 100, some real surprises begin to emerge. First of all, the Fantastic Four, Marvel's "first family" and the first major co-creation between Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, are surprisingly unpopular. The Human Torch, who was something of Marvel's mascot for awhile, barely made into the list at all, tying with the supervillain Apocalypse for 100th place. Mr. Fantastic and Invisible Woman did better, ranking #65 and #51 respectively, but it's still a poor showing for the team. The Thing proved the most popular character of the bunch, placing at #31 and scoring the most individual votes of any character (but ranking #1 on no one's list). One has to wonder how this bodes for Fox's upcoming reboot of the team.

There were some other upsets. Flash Thompson's Agent Venom (#64) is more popular than Eddie Brock's original Venom (#78). Miles Morales is tied with Norman Osborn (both #91) and significantly more popular than the Ultimate version of Peter Parker (who failed to make the list). Gwen Stacy didn't make the list, but Mary Jane Watson (#73) did, proving herself the most popular "civilian" character in the Marvel universe. Thanos (#47) is waaaay more popular than Galactus (#92), even though I'd never heard of the former until The Avengers came out. And the Guardians of the Galaxy really are bit players - only Rocket Raccoon (#91) and (#75) made the list at all, making the team significantly less popular than Namor (#35), Captain Britain (#28), or Dr. Strange (#27).

Moving on to the top 25, I was surprised by some but not all of the results. The MCU's biggest earner, Iron Man (#20), was ranked below the franchise's lowest earner, the Hulk (#18). Carol Danvers is Marvel's most popular solo female character, ranking at #15. Magneto (#11) is Marvel's most popular villain, followed by Dr. Doom (#19). And, perhaps to no one's great surprise, the fandom's ultimate favorite is Earth-616's Peter Parker, the Amazing Spider-Man.

Looking at the list and considering what relevance, if any, this has for future movie adaptations, a few things occurred to me. People really like the X-Men, whose ranks made up 14 of the top 25 characters (Scarlet Witch and Magneto included). That bodes well for Fox, since it looks like they're in no danger of running out of characters people will show up to see. However, Fox's other superhero franchise, the Fantastic Four, may come with more baggage than expected.

In Sony's case, they're in a bit of a pickle. While Spider-Man himself is extremely popular, none of the other characters from his corner of the Marvel universe broke the top 50. Spidey's most popular villain, Otto Octavius, was ranked down at #59. And none of Parker's friends and family ranked outside of Mary Jane. This raises the question as to how "expandable" Spider-Man's universe really is.

Lastly, if Marvel's looking for a female character to launch solo in the MCU, Carol Danvers is the one to pick. She's powerful, she has a long-running solo title, and she's (according to this poll) very popular. That isn't to say Black Widow (#22) doesn't deserve a shot as well; she absolutely does and if Marvel can run several male superheroes at once they can certainly run more than one female-led franchise. But if the poll's results are to be believed, Danvers is actually more popular among comic book fans than any other Avenger besides Captain America (#9) and Thor (#5).

So those are my thoughts. What do you guys think? Did any of you catch a glimpse at this poll before now? Did of any you actually vote?

EDIT: For reasons which I am not aware of, the thread appears to be down. It's possible this is an error or standard procedure by Comic Book Resources. Whatever the case, I've altered the original link to direct to a cached archive of the thread's front page within Google's database.

In addition, I'll go ahead and list the full results below (in descending order):

100. Apocalypse / Human Torch (Storm)
98. Fantomex
97. Enchantress (Amora) / Moonstone
95. Wonder Man
94. Crystal
93. Meggan
92. Galactus
91. Norman Osborn / Rocket Raccoon / Scarlet Spider (Kaine) / Ultimate Spider-Man (Morales)
87. Firestar
86. Black Knight / Ghost Rider
84. Pixie
83. Mr. Sinister
82. Legion
81. Moonstar
80. Chamber
79. Mockingbird
78. Venom (Brock)
77. M
76. Juggernaut
75. Star Lord
74. Daken
73. Angel / Mary Jane Watson
71. Nico Minoru / Wiccan
69. Death's Head
68. Union Jack
67. Sif
66. Havok
65. Mr. Fantastic
64. Agent Venom
63. Hank Pym
62. Multiple Man
61. Bishop / Pete Wisdom
59. Spider-Man (Octavius)
58. Professor X
57. Vision
56. Luke Cage
55. Hawkeye (Bishop)
54. Quicksilver
53. Spectrum
52. Spider-Woman
51. Invisible Woman
50. Punisher
49. Colossus / Mystique
47. Cable / Thanos
45. Nova
44. Moon Knight
43. Iceman
42. Wasp
41. Jubilee
40. Rachel Grey
39. Bucky Barnes
38. X-23
37. Hercules
36. Beast
35. Namor
34. Black Panther
33. Silver Surfer
32. Loki
31. Thing
30. Dazzler
29. Deadpool
28. Captain Britain
27. Dr. Strange
26. Hawkeye
25. She-Hulk
24. Polaris
23. Iron Fist
22. Black Widow
21. Scarlet Witch
20. Iron Man
19. Dr. Doom
18. Hulk
17. Magik
16. Psylocke
15. Carol Danvers
14. Daredevil
13. Kitty Pryde
12. Emma Frost
11. Magneto
10. Cyclops
9. Captain America
8. Jean Grey
7. Gambit
6. Nightcrawler
5. Thor
4. Rogue
3. Wolverine
2. Storm
1. Spider-Man
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My Top 10:

10. Cable: He will be on everyone's top 10 after X-men Apocalypse comes out.
9. Wolverine: Was my favorite as a child. Still love him, but over exposure and popularity have changed who he is. Not the wild animal he used to be.
8. Dr. Strange: Never really followed his line of comics, but was always a vital figure in large conflicts, and a favorite to see. Very Unique and useful "powers"
7. Galactus: The eater of worlds needs a new introduction into pop culture.
6. Captain America: Admittedly, The Winter Soldier movie complete changed my view of Cap.
5. The Incredible Hulk: Hulk Smash
4. Iron Man: I have IM #1. And I had it before the first Iron Man movie was released.
3. Adam Warlock: Wasn't a fav when I was into comics, but after revisiting the big stories, the anticipation of his introduction into the MCU is exciting.
2. The Silver Surfer: Absolutely defecated on by Fox. Have SS #1 too. It was worth $1000 bucks 10 yrs ago. Now it's worth 100.
1. Thanos of Titan: I'm a fan of Bad ass. I like so Bad Ass that a chuckle is given when challenged. Followed by a "surely you jest"
Smarter than Stark, Strong as the Hulk, Meaner than Mephisto, and Colder than Death Herself.
A Hero is only measured by the Villain he faces.
Thanos is the measuring stick of the Marvel Universe.

The list would probably be a little different if I took time to think about it.
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Thanos isn't really anything special IMO
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Just the most dangerous villain in all of Marvel.

The guy was resurrected by death to deal with the over population of the universe.

No big deal.
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My Top 10:

10. Cable: He will be on everyone's top 10 after X-men Apocalypse comes out.
9. Wolverine: Was my favorite as a child. Still love him, but over exposure and popularity have changed who he is. Not the wild animal he used to be.
8. Dr. Strange: Never really followed his line of comics, but was always a vital figure in large conflicts, and a favorite to see. Very Unique and useful "powers"
7. Galactus: The eater of worlds needs a new introduction into pop culture.
6. Captain America: Admittedly, The Winter Soldier movie complete changed my view of Cap.
5. The Incredible Hulk: Hulk Smash
4. Iron Man: I have IM #1. And I had it before the first Iron Man movie was released.
3. Adam Warlock: Wasn't a fav when I was into comics, but after revisiting the big stories, the anticipation of his introduction into the MCU is exciting.
2. The Silver Surfer: Absolutely defecated on by Fox. Have SS #1 too. It was worth $1000 bucks 10 yrs ago. Now it's worth 100.
1. Thanos of Titan: I'm a fan of Bad ass. I like so Bad Ass that a chuckle is given when challenged. Followed by a "surely you jest"
Smarter than Stark, Strong as the Hulk, Meaner than Mephisto, and Colder than Death Herself.
A Hero is only measured by the Villain he faces.
Thanos is the measuring stick of the Marvel Universe.

The list would probably be a little different if I took time to think about it.

Not a fan of your list..
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Interesting results among comic book fans:

Marvel Character Popularity Poll (CBR)


Ever wondered which Marvel characters are the most popular among comic book fans? Well, it looks like Comic Book Resources did a rather comprehensive and sophisticated poll on the subject back in February, the results of which were posted last month. Looking through it, some of the top contenders are pretty obvious, but others are more than a little surprising.

19. Dr. Doom
18. Hulk
17. Magik
16. Psylocke
15. Carol Danvers
14. Daredevil
13. Kitty Pryde
12. Emma Frost

11. Magneto
10. Cyclops
9. Captain America
8. Jean Grey
7. Gambit
6. Nightcrawler
5. Thor
4. Rogue
3. Wolverine
2. Storm
1. Spider-Man
I call BS on those in bold.

Really? Psylocke and Kitty pride above characters like Doom, Hulk, Dr. Strange, and Cable?

No way in hell.

And NO ONE I have ever known gave a $#it about Daredevil...
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Yeah, there's something wrong with that whole poll. There's no way in hell that Psylocke trounces Hulk, Dazzler is more popular than Loki, or Death's Head (!) is above Juggernaut.

Plus, there's 111 people in their 'top 100'. That's just not right.
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Yeah, there's something wrong with that whole poll. There's no way in hell that Psylocke trounces Hulk, Dazzler is more popular than Loki, or Death's Head (!) is above Juggernaut.

Plus, there's 111 people in their 'top 100'. That's just not right.


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I call BS on those in bold.

Really? Psylocke and Kitty pride above characters like Doom, Hulk, Dr. Strange, and Cable?

No way in hell.

And NO ONE I have ever known gave a $#it about Daredevil...
Yeah, that poll seems ... off. Storm is cool and all, but number 2?

But now you have at least heard of one person who gave a shit about Daredevil. I was always into the lower power superheroes that were graceful and acrobatic with cool martial arts shit. The Ben Afleck movie was ass, but I always dug the character.
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I agree that the list seems off, but it does say that it was supposed to be based on comic book appearances, not film and television.

Aaaaand Storm is pretty ****ing cool in the comics.
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Just the most dangerous villain in all of Marvel.

The guy was resurrected by death to deal with the over population of the universe.

No big deal.
And served as IT director for Annihilus.
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Old 05-27-2014, 11:27 AM   #210
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That might be obscure..

Galactus working as IT director.
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