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There is already a plan to do the Defenders on Netflix using the those heroes - Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. It's supposed to come out around the end of Phase 3.

=( not even close to The Defenders team I remember.

Yeah, it was Hulk, Namor, the Silver Surfer and Dr. Strange who were the original Defenders so I'm not sure why Netflix is even doing this.

Luke Cage and Daredevil were early recruits and Iron Fist was involved once or twice. Not sure about Jessica Jones though.

Defenders need to be namor. Valkyrie. Dr strange. Nighthawk and blue hair beast. Not sure they can add hulk and or the surfer. Powerman iron fist and daredevil are acceptable

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There is already a plan to do the Defenders on Netflix using the those heroes - Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. It's supposed to come out around the end of Phase 3.

=( not even close to The Defenders team I remember.

Yeah, it was Hulk, Namor, the Silver Surfer and Dr. Strange who were the original Defenders so I'm not sure why Netflix is even doing this.

Luke Cage and Daredevil were early recruits and Iron Fist was involved once or twice. Not sure about Jessica Jones though.

Defenders need to be namor. Valkyrie. Dr strange. Nighthawk and blue hair beast. Not sure they can add hulk and or the surfer. Powerman iron fist and daredevil are acceptable

Also Iceman, Angel and Gargoyle.

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There is already a plan to do the Defenders on Netflix using the those heroes - Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. It's supposed to come out around the end of Phase 3.

=( not even close to The Defenders team I remember.

Yeah, it was Hulk, Namor, the Silver Surfer and Dr. Strange who were the original Defenders so I'm not sure why Netflix is even doing this.

Luke Cage and Daredevil were early recruits and Iron Fist was involved once or twice. Not sure about Jessica Jones though.

Defenders need to be namor. Valkyrie. Dr strange. Nighthawk and blue hair beast. Not sure they can add hulk and or the surfer. Powerman iron fist and daredevil are acceptable

Also Iceman, Angel and Gargoyle.

Also Maverick, Goose and Viper.

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There is already a plan to do the Defenders on Netflix using the those heroes - Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. It's supposed to come out around the end of Phase 3.

=( not even close to The Defenders team I remember.

Yeah, it was Hulk, Namor, the Silver Surfer and Dr. Strange who were the original Defenders so I'm not sure why Netflix is even doing this.

Luke Cage and Daredevil were early recruits and Iron Fist was involved once or twice. Not sure about Jessica Jones though.

Defenders need to be namor. Valkyrie. Dr strange. Nighthawk and blue hair beast. Not sure they can add hulk and or the surfer. Powerman iron fist and daredevil are acceptable

I wouldn't expect Dr. Strange to be involved with the Defenders. I don't see Cumberbatch doing TV other than Sherlock. His star's too bright now.

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  1. Thanos

Ironman

Thor

Hulk

Captain Ameridude

Hawkeyeguy

Black Widow

Black Panther - will be in Civil War // own movie

Dr. Strange - getting his own movie

Ms. Marvel? - getting her own movie, but it might be after Infinity War

Spiderman - showing up starting this spring

Ant Man

Wasp - totally banging Ant Man

Winter Soldier

Falcon

Vision

War Machine

Scarlet Witch

Star Lord

Gamora

Drax

Groot

Rocket Racoon

The Collector Tanileer guy

Guy from Walking Dead with glowing Mohawk and whistle controlled arrow

Loki?

Lady Siff?

Thor's friend the Asianed one

Thor's friend the bearded one

Thor's friend the swash buckling one

Agent Colson

Agent Daisy the Inhuman (hopefully full nude)

Director Fury

Agent hot one from How I Met Your Mother

Agent lived next door to Captain American and also a looker

Agent May

Agent Science Dude from Agents of Shield

Agent Science Gal from Agents of Shield

Agent melt metal guy from Agents of Shield

Agent shoot electricity Inhuman from Agents of Shield

Agent hot chick from Friday Night Lights from Agents of Shield

Agent boyfriend of the one from Friday Night Lights from Agents of Shield

Agent the big black guy from Agents of Shield

Agent Patton Oswald

Agent Ahbed from Community

Daredevil

Jessica Jones

Luke Cage

Punisher

Maybe Iron Fist if they don't cancel his Netflix

I'm still 17 short. Wow.

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  1. Thanos
  2. Ironman
  3. Thor
  4. Hulk
  5. Captain Ameridude
  6. Hawkeyeguy
  7. Black Widow
  8. Black Panther - will be in Civil War // own movie
  9. Dr. Strange - getting his own movie
  10. Ms. Marvel? - getting her own movie, but it might be after Infinity War
  11. Spiderman - showing up starting this spring
  12. Ant Man
  13. Wasp - totally banging Ant Man
  14. Winter Soldier
  15. Falcon
  16. Vision
  17. War Machine
  18. Scarlet Witch
  19. Star Lord
  20. Gamora
  21. Drax
  22. Groot
  23. Rocket Racoon
  24. The Collector Tanileer guy
  25. Guy from Walking Dead with glowing Mohawk and whistle controlled arrow
  26. Loki?
  27. Lady Siff?
  28. Thor's friend the Asianed one
  29. Thor's friend the bearded one
  30. Thor's friend the swash buckling one
  31. Agent Colson
  32. Agent Daisy the Inhuman (hopefully full nude)
  33. Director Fury
  34. Agent hot one from How I Met Your Mother
  35. Agent lived next door to Captain American and also a looker
  36. Agent May
  37. Agent Science Dude from Agents of Shield
  38. Agent Science Gal from Agents of Shield
  39. Agent melt metal guy from Agents of Shield
  40. Agent shoot electricity Inhuman from Agents of Shield
  41. Agent hot chick from Friday Night Lights from Agents of Shield
  42. Agent boyfriend of the one from Friday Night Lights from Agents of Shield
  43. Agent the big black guy from Agents of Shield
  44. Agent Patton Oswald
  45. Agent Ahbed from Community
  46. Daredevil
  47. Jessica Jones
  48. Luke Cage
  49. Punisher
  50. Maybe Iron Fist if they don't cancel his Netflix
  51. I'm still 17 short. Wow.

A bunch of Inhumans....

But if it's anything like the comics, most of the 74 will just be in a heap of dead bodies

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I'm going to wait and see what the reviews are. I'm afraid it's going to be too snarky for me. I just tried to read some of his comics on Marvel Unlimited and could barely stomach them. I'm worried the movie is going to feel like a long Family Guy episode where they try to cram as many jokes in as possible. I hate Family Guy for that.

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There is already a plan to do the Defenders on Netflix using the those heroes - Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist. It's supposed to come out around the end of Phase 3.

=( not even close to The Defenders team I remember.

Yeah, it was Hulk, Namor, the Silver Surfer and Dr. Strange who were the original Defenders so I'm not sure why Netflix is even doing this.

Luke Cage and Daredevil were early recruits and Iron Fist was involved once or twice. Not sure about Jessica Jones though.

Defenders need to be namor. Valkyrie. Dr strange. Nighthawk and blue hair beast. Not sure they can add hulk and or the surfer. Powerman iron fist and daredevil are acceptable

Also Iceman, Angel and Gargoyle.

Also Maverick, Goose and Viper.

Also Merlin, Cougar and the Token Black Pilot who couldn't take a hint that Tom Cruise got the chick at the bar and still continued to sing to her.

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Im kind of bummed this got the R rating. I know it fits the character, but I love going to movies with my 6 year old these days. he knows its not for him. The other day he said I know, its not for me. Too bad too because he loves stupid humor and am sure he would laugh his ### off. He has a very mature sense of humor

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Im kind of bummed this got the R rating. I know it fits the character, but I love going to movies with my 6 year old these days. he knows its not for him. The other day he said I know, its not for me. Too bad too because he loves stupid humor and am sure he would laugh his ### off. He has a very mature sense of humor

this movie marks an interesting point for my family.

My daughter is old enough to see with me but then she told me mom can't see it because it won't be appropriate for my her (my wife).

lol

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Im kind of bummed this got the R rating. I know it fits the character, but I love going to movies with my 6 year old these days. he knows its not for him. The other day he said I know, its not for me. Too bad too because he loves stupid humor and am sure he would laugh his ### off. He has a very mature sense of humor

this movie marks an interesting point for my family.

My daughter is old enough to see with me but then she told me mom can't see it because it won't be appropriate for my her (my wife).

lol

Haha - I like that.

My 11 year old wants to see it. I told him I had to see it first just in case to see what earned it the R rating before I decide if I'm okay with him seeing it. Surprisingly he understood.

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I asked this in the movie thread but didn't get an answer: What's the over/under for appropriate age to bring my kids to see Deadpool? 12/13 years old?

It has a full frontal nudity scene and is extremely vulgar, not like f bombs which are plentiful, but sexual references and the like. My 12 year old won't be seeing it.

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Just watched ant-man on a flight. When I first heard of it I thought it was the dumbest movie ever. Now I think it's the most fun I've ever had watching a marvel movie and would actually sit through it again.

I have seen Antman twice and loved it both times. I think outside of The Incredible Hulk, I have found a decent level of entertainment in every other movie that Disney Marvel series.

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I'm going to wait and see what the reviews are. I'm afraid it's going to be too snarky for me. I just tried to read some of his comics on Marvel Unlimited and could barely stomach them. I'm worried the movie is going to feel like a long Family Guy episode where they try to cram as many jokes in as possible. I hate Family Guy for that.

He's known as The Merc with the Mouth so, yeah, there is going to be tons and tons of snarkiness.

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I asked this in the movie thread but didn't get an answer: What's the over/under for appropriate age to bring my kids to see Deadpool? 12/13 years old?

It has a full frontal nudity scene and is extremely vulgar, not like f bombs which are plentiful, but sexual references and the like. My 12 year old won't be seeing it.

Yup, it's supposed to be incredibly violent and full of foul language.

Didn't know about the nudity, which is great, hope it's female but...hey Ryan Reynolds.

The super hero genre desperately needs something that breaks the current formula.

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Just watched ant-man on a flight. When I first heard of it I thought it was the dumbest movie ever. Now I think it's the most fun I've ever had watching a marvel movie and would actually sit through it again.

I have seen Antman twice and loved it both times. I think outside of The Incredible Hulk, I have found a decent level of entertainment in every other movie that Disney Marvel series.

Didn't care for any Thor movie and the iron man stuff bores me. Liked the captain America, guardians, avengers movies and this.

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I asked this in the movie thread but didn't get an answer: What's the over/under for appropriate age to bring my kids to see Deadpool? 12/13 years old?

It has a full frontal nudity scene and is extremely vulgar, not like f bombs which are plentiful, but sexual references and the like. My 12 year old won't be seeing it.

Yup, it's supposed to be incredibly violent and full of foul language.

Didn't know about the nudity, which is great, hope it's female but...hey Ryan Reynolds.

The super hero genre desperately needs something that breaks the current formula.

jessica jones down?
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Deadpool is phenomenal.

I would take teenage boys to the movie, but absolutely not if Mom is going, unless you want to witness the most uncomfortable, completely awkward 90 minutes of your life.

It's not so much the violence, language or brief nudity here ... it's the subject matter and content. He's ridiculously vulgar and absolutely hilarious at the same time. Ryan Reynolds was born for this role and it's an enjoyable ride.

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I asked this in the movie thread but didn't get an answer: What's the over/under for appropriate age to bring my kids to see Deadpool? 12/13 years old?

It has a full frontal nudity scene and is extremely vulgar, not like f bombs which are plentiful, but sexual references and the like. My 12 year old won't be seeing it.

Yup, it's supposed to be incredibly violent and full of foul language.

Didn't know about the nudity, which is great, hope it's female but...hey Ryan Reynolds.

The super hero genre desperately needs something that breaks the current formula.

jessica jones down?

Significantly worse than Jones.

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I asked this in the movie thread but didn't get an answer: What's the over/under for appropriate age to bring my kids to see Deadpool? 12/13 years old?

It has a full frontal nudity scene and is extremely vulgar, not like f bombs which are plentiful, but sexual references and the like. My 12 year old won't be seeing it.

Yup, it's supposed to be incredibly violent and full of foul language.

Didn't know about the nudity, which is great, hope it's female but...hey Ryan Reynolds.

The super hero genre desperately needs something that breaks the current formula.

jessica jones down?

Haven't got to it yet but JJ is not a feature film, Rated R, and I understand that it is more in the mold of the dark and moody Batman stuff (and Daredevil) which is also kind of tired.

Deadpool is something entirely different. It's not dark and moody but it is horrifically violent, crude and somehow also lighthearted. It certainly does not take itself too seriously either.

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Just watched ant-man on a flight. When I first heard of it I thought it was the dumbest movie ever. Now I think it's the most fun I've ever had watching a marvel movie and would actually sit through it again.

It's surprisingly fantastic. Thought it would be terrible and it's easily one of my favorite Marvel movies. Felt the same way about Guardians of the Galaxy. At this point the studio has gained my trust.

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I asked this in the movie thread but didn't get an answer: What's the over/under for appropriate age to bring my kids to see Deadpool? 12/13 years old?

It has a full frontal nudity scene and is extremely vulgar, not like f bombs which are plentiful, but sexual references and the like. My 12 year old won't be seeing it.

Yup, it's supposed to be incredibly violent and full of foul language.

Didn't know about the nudity, which is great, hope it's female but...hey Ryan Reynolds.

The super hero genre desperately needs something that breaks the current formula.

You're in luck! It's both female and Ryan Reynolds nudity!

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Just got back from Deadpool and we loved it.

It grabs you from the opening credits all the way through the end of credits scene (which is a must for any one who is a film buff to see).

For those wondering about younger kids, be cautioned, the material was very strong.

One question for those that have seen it

I know they could not say because of the rights with Disney, but are we to assume that the destroyed ship was a helicarrier from Cap 2?

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Just got back from Deadpool and we loved it.

It grabs you from the opening credits all the way through the end of credits scene (which is a must for any one who is a film buff to see).

For those wondering about younger kids, be cautioned, the material was very strong.

One question for those that have seen it

I know they could not say because of the rights with Disney, but are we to assume that the destroyed ship was a helicarrier from Cap 2?

No, why would you?

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Just got back from Deadpool and we loved it.

It grabs you from the opening credits all the way through the end of credits scene (which is a must for any one who is a film buff to see).

For those wondering about younger kids, be cautioned, the material was very strong.

One question for those that have seen it

I know they could not say because of the rights with Disney, but are we to assume that the destroyed ship was a helicarrier from Cap 2?

No, why would you?

According to the IMDB trivia page, it was what I assumed. It was kind of obvious I guess come to think of it.

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I asked this in the movie thread but didn't get an answer: What's the over/under for appropriate age to bring my kids to see Deadpool? 12/13 years old?

It has a full frontal nudity scene and is extremely vulgar, not like f bombs which are plentiful, but sexual references and the like. My 12 year old won't be seeing it.

Yup, it's supposed to be incredibly violent and full of foul language.

Didn't know about the nudity, which is great, hope it's female but...hey Ryan Reynolds.

The super hero genre desperately needs something that breaks the current formula.

You're in luck! It's both female and Ryan Reynolds nudity!

:pickle:

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Deadpool killed at the box office.

$47m on Thursday/Friday which blew away expectations.

On track for a $130m for the weekend, which would break the record for a February movie opening by a huge amount (previous record was $93m).

If they hit the $130m it would be almost $60m higher than what was projected for the movies opening.

The movies budget was ~$50m.

We are assured of a sequel now from a financial standpoint.

These numbers are even more impressive when you factor in the R rating which typically draws smaller revenue than PG13 movies.

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Deadpool was gloriously, offensively, fantastic. IMO most 15 year olds are fine to go, my 12 year old will not be watching it. Get fuzzy at 13/14.

Violence, nudity, and ryan Reynolds' girlfriend strapping one on and plowing him from behind. One of many over-the-line gags that work.

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Deadpool was gloriously, offensively, fantastic. IMO most 15 year olds are fine to go, my 12 year old will not be watching it. Get fuzzy at 13/14.

Violence, nudity, and ryan Reynolds' girlfriend strapping one on and plowing him from behind. One of many over-the-line gags that work.

it is amazing how good she still looks. She might look as good as she did on Firefly almost 14 years ago.

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Apologize for the separate Deadpool thread but it broke the record for highest grossing R rated film opening day all time, that's impressive IMO.

I hadn't planned on it but I think I am going to go see what all the fuss is about. I know nothing about Deadpool except the trailers. Sounds like a lot of violence, sex, and cussing, should be good.

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Apologize for the separate Deadpool thread but it broke the record for highest grossing R rated film opening day all time, that's impressive IMO.

I hadn't planned on it but I think I am going to go see what all the fuss is about. I know nothing about Deadpool except the trailers. Sounds like a lot of violence, sex, and cussing, should be good.

There is a ton of inside jokes in the movie so pay close attention. There is also a lot of 4th wall breaking.

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