Captain America: The Winter Soldier: 10 Questions Raised

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    • FBGRedmond

      Oct 24th 2013, 17:30

      Seriously? Out of everything that was in the trailer, you never once questioned why the hell they showed the number 42 so much???

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    • EdDeRs1

      Oct 25th 2013, 9:50

      well I expect the heli-carrier came down because someone coughed at the wrong moment, seriously, those things go down every other week in the comics, but what I am wondering is if the film will feature the Cosmic Cube (or whatever they called it in Avengers Assemble), as it is one of Marvel's many, many, extraterrestrial Deus Ex Machina's and what (POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT!) restored Bucky's mind in the Winter Soldier story in the Comics. oh and one of these films really needs the Taskmaster, the second best Merc in Marvel (after Deadpool), he's awesome

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    • dropdeadsam

      Oct 29th 2013, 14:56

      I've got my fingers crossed for a descent villain in the upcoming marvel films. Compared to the Nolan DC villains (Joker, Bane and to a lesser extent Zod) the marvel movie villains suck. I'm not a big fan of Loki and all the other villains apart from Red Skull have been extremely forgettable (cough Aldritch Killian I don't even care if that's not his name because it highlights my point). After reading The Age of Ultron I think they could be onto a winner but tbh I think maybe instead of working on all these different movies, maybe marvel should attempt to reclaim the rights to their other licenses and get Doctor Doom, Magneto and Norman Osbourne involved. Also Ms Marvel/Spiderwoman movie please.

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    • ERDutra

      Oct 31st 2013, 23:59

      FBGRedmond, here is your answer to the number 42 42 (forty-two) is the natural number immediately following 41 and directly preceding 43. The number has received considerable attention in popular culture as a result of its central appearance in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy as the "Answer to The Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything". source: wikipedia

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