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« Reply #60 on: May 14, 2012, 06:11:32 AM »

I've seen in twice now, once in 2D and once on a larger screen in 3D.  The second time around it is even better.  I didn't mind the 3D at all, I thought it was very well done.  I am so buying this movie when it comes out on blu-ray.

I am interested in the final scene that is being shown at the very end of the credits, because when I saw it (Australian version) we stayed all the way to the end until the lights came on and the curtains were drawn, and didn't see a thing.  Is that the scene to do with shawarma or whatever it is called?

It is quite thrilling to see that this movie has already brought in over USD$200m, which is more than Iron Man made in its entire cinematic run.  DVD and blu-ray sales are going to be massive.  It is said that at this rate it will beat Avatar's takings, and I cannot think of another movie that I would like to see beat Avatar.  Fingers crossed for the team to smash Pandora!  Take that, cliched movie-maker!
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« Reply #61 on: May 14, 2012, 11:05:16 AM »

I saw it Friday, in 2D.  Thumbup

So you want to know about the scene after the credits? O.K.

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Not much happens; the Avengers are at a fast food place eating burgers. They don't talk. They don't do any thing cool.  They don't set up the next movie.  They just sit around eating until the screen goes black.  Surprisingly, it wasn't a letdown; it was kinda funny. 
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« Reply #62 on: May 14, 2012, 11:15:49 AM »

I saw it Friday, in 2D.  Thumbup

So you want to know about the scene after the credits? O.K.

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Not much happens; the Avengers are at a fast food place eating burgers. They don't talk. They don't do any thing cool.  They don't set up the next movie.  They just sit around eating until the screen goes black.  Surprisingly, it wasn't a letdown; it was kinda funny. 

This is not the same after-the-credit sequence I saw.  The one I saw DOES set up the next movie.



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« Reply #63 on: May 14, 2012, 12:45:39 PM »

Yeah, I don't do 3D movies either for the most part.  It was helpful in Avatar.  But I have seen the Avengers 3 times now, just regular 2D.  :)    I get a sense of visual strain watching them in 3D as well.  Same for my wife, so that makes it simple.

That scene between Loki and the Hulk... that never, never, ever gets old.     Thumbup  I'd say more but I don't remember how to hide a line as a spoiler.
That's so true....that scene is awesome! Wink
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« Reply #64 on: May 14, 2012, 01:33:52 PM »

I saw it Friday, in 2D.  Thumbup

So you want to know about the scene after the credits? O.K.

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Not much happens; the Avengers are at a fast food place eating burgers. They don't talk. They don't do any thing cool.  They don't set up the next movie.  They just sit around eating until the screen goes black.  Surprisingly, it wasn't a letdown; it was kinda funny. 

This is not the same after-the-credit sequence I saw.  The one I saw DOES set up the next movie.




There was a scene midway through the credits, which was more significant.  Could that be the scent your thinking about?
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« Reply #65 on: May 14, 2012, 04:06:40 PM »

I saw it Friday, in 2D.  Thumbup

So you want to know about the scene after the credits? O.K.

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Not much happens; the Avengers are at a fast food place eating burgers. They don't talk. They don't do any thing cool.  They don't set up the next movie.  They just sit around eating until the screen goes black.  Surprisingly, it wasn't a letdown; it was kinda funny. 

They're eating shwarma. TongueOut
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« Reply #66 on: May 14, 2012, 05:48:37 PM »

Yeah, the very final scene, they're eating shwarma, as by their disgusted faces.

The 'mid-credits' scene sets up the next couple films.

Interestingly enough...people in the theater I was in walked out scratching their heads not knowing who it was...
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« Reply #67 on: May 14, 2012, 11:57:56 PM »

Yeah, the very final scene, they're eating shwarma, as by their disgusted faces.

The 'mid-credits' scene sets up the next couple films.

Interestingly enough...people in the theater I was in walked out scratching their heads not knowing who it was...

If you read a couple of comics but not the right ones, you'd wonder if that were a Skrull at the end.

But it's pretty understandable that a fair number of people wouldn't recognize him.
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« Reply #68 on: May 15, 2012, 03:38:02 AM »

Yeah, the very final scene, they're eating shwarma, as by their disgusted faces.

The 'mid-credits' scene sets up the next couple films.

Interestingly enough...people in the theater I was in walked out scratching their heads not knowing who it was...

If you read a couple of comics but not the right ones, you'd wonder if that were a Skrull at the end.

But it's pretty understandable that a fair number of people wouldn't recognize him.

Funnily enough I was hoping the 'aliens' in the trailer would be Skrulls rather than that other group they used [it sets up more tension later] but I was informed by a friend that Fox has the rights to the Skrulls since they have the Fantastic Four franchise rights still, so it may be a while until we see the Skrulls in action in a Marvel produced picture.
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« Reply #69 on: May 15, 2012, 08:44:55 AM »

Interestingly enough...people in the theater I was in walked out scratching their heads not knowing who it was...

The buzz will be created by them having to ask all their nerd friends who the hell that was. Brilliant marketing!
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« Reply #70 on: May 15, 2012, 10:20:21 AM »

Yeah, the very final scene, they're eating shwarma, as by their disgusted faces.

The 'mid-credits' scene sets up the next couple films.

Interestingly enough...people in the theater I was in walked out scratching their heads not knowing who it was...

If you read a couple of comics but not the right ones, you'd wonder if that were a Skrull at the end.

But it's pretty understandable that a fair number of people wouldn't recognize him.

Funnily enough I was hoping the 'aliens' in the trailer would be Skrulls rather than that other group they used [it sets up more tension later] but I was informed by a friend that Fox has the rights to the Skrulls since they have the Fantastic Four franchise rights still, so it may be a while until we see the Skrulls in action in a Marvel produced picture.

That doesn't bode well for a Captain Marvel movie . . .  Bluesad

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« Reply #71 on: May 15, 2012, 12:30:22 PM »

Yeah, the very final scene, they're eating shwarma, as by their disgusted faces.

The 'mid-credits' scene sets up the next couple films.

Interestingly enough...people in the theater I was in walked out scratching their heads not knowing who it was...
I was lucky...I had my daughter and husband with me and they're the experts on who is who in Marvel. Wink
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« Reply #72 on: May 15, 2012, 04:57:07 PM »

Yeah, the very final scene, they're eating shwarma, as by their disgusted faces.

The 'mid-credits' scene sets up the next couple films.

Interestingly enough...people in the theater I was in walked out scratching their heads not knowing who it was...

If you read a couple of comics but not the right ones, you'd wonder if that were a Skrull at the end.

But it's pretty understandable that a fair number of people wouldn't recognize him.

Yeah, I didn't get a very good look but, if it's who I think it is, I can see how it would cause some confusion.  Potentially exciting setup though.
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« Reply #73 on: May 16, 2012, 10:55:39 PM »

After that end scene, I turned to the stranger sitting next to me and said, "That's Apocalypse ... I think ..."

While I didn't get the name right, I knew the connections.  I'm hoping that in the sequel the gloves come off for a gem of a story. ;)
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« Reply #74 on: May 17, 2012, 11:57:08 PM »

Urgh.  I didn't read Infinity Gauntlet, but was that any good?  if so will have to snag a copy.
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