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mZuzek said:
irstupid said:

Logan and Deadpool would like to have a word with you.

Many consider them to be 2 of the best comic book movies of all time.

Many also consider GotG Vol. 2 to be a massive disappointment and not even remotely close to its predecessor.

In other words, "many" is quite irrelevant. (not that I think Logan and Deadpool are overrated or anything, I haven't watched them but I've no doubts they're great movies too).

Logan is amazing



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irstupid said:
V-r0cK said:
I'm stoked. Marvel movies this year is gonna be dope!!! Marvel Disney movies, not Marvel Garbage Fox movies.

Logan and Deadpool would like to have a word with you.

Many consider them to be 2 of the best comic book movies of all time.

2 out of how many comic book movies Fox made? And it took like 6 Wolverine movies to get Logan lol (X-men 1-3 were all based around Wolverine, didnt know why they needed to make Wolverine movies also lol)

I wouldn't say they're some of the best of all time, but maybe the best comic book movies of all time....for Fox. :P



It will be good. After this trailer I clicked the Honest Trailer of IT.

Thanks!



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It looks fun, I like how they utilize shifting size.



So I'm guessing this takes place before Infinity War given all the post Civil War stuff?



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HYPE. It looks great! I loved the first Ant-Man movie, I would say Ant-Man has become a part of my favorite Marvel characters alongside ones like Captain America and Daredevil.



Angelus said:
Bit surprised they're dropping a trailer for this already when Black Panther isn't even out, and then you still got Infinity War to promote afterwards as well. That said, it's a nice trailer. Looks fun

I've noticed that Disney likes to drop these trailers a few weeks before their next big movie.  I thought they were going to release the Infinity War trailer for Thor Ragnarok, but instead they released it after Thor but before the latest Star Wars.  Then I saw the Infinity War trailer in front of Star Wars.  I guess they want the internet to create a buzz for a couple weeks and then make it new again for people who don't watch trailers online.



The_Liquid_Laser said:
Angelus said:
Bit surprised they're dropping a trailer for this already when Black Panther isn't even out, and then you still got Infinity War to promote afterwards as well. That said, it's a nice trailer. Looks fun

I've noticed that Disney likes to drop these trailers a few weeks before their next big movie.  I thought they were going to release the Infinity War trailer for Thor Ragnarok, but instead they released it after Thor but before the latest Star Wars.  Then I saw the Infinity War trailer in front of Star Wars.  I guess they want the internet to create a buzz for a couple weeks and then make it new again for people who don't watch trailers online.

Huh, the only Marvel trailer I got at Star Wars was Black Panther... it was the best moment of that night, too.

But seriously when it comes to trailers on the cinema itself, I thought Marvel usually kept it to only their very next movie. I thought that was a sensible approach, but apparently I'm wrong (or I'm right and they're just doing things differently in each region).



mZuzek said:
The_Liquid_Laser said:

I've noticed that Disney likes to drop these trailers a few weeks before their next big movie.  I thought they were going to release the Infinity War trailer for Thor Ragnarok, but instead they released it after Thor but before the latest Star Wars.  Then I saw the Infinity War trailer in front of Star Wars.  I guess they want the internet to create a buzz for a couple weeks and then make it new again for people who don't watch trailers online.

Huh, the only Marvel trailer I got at Star Wars was Black Panther... it was the best moment of that night, too.

But seriously when it comes to trailers on the cinema itself, I thought Marvel usually kept it to only their very next movie. I thought that was a sensible approach, but apparently I'm wrong (or I'm right and they're just doing things differently in each region).

Sounds like they are doing things differently for each region.