>"It's a big movie and it includes a lot of characters," said Joe Russo. "I think that a lot of them have really interesting arcs. I think Spider-Man in particular has a really fascinating arc."
>Anthony Russo replied, "Certainly Black Panther, who we introduce. Similarly there, introducing a character gives you a great opportunity to take them on a ride, you know?"
>"Vision goes on a journey, as well," added Joe Russo.
Vision confirmed for Guardian of the Galaxy?
Does anyone have a source on James Gunn saying either that none of the new Guardians will be human, or that none will be from Earth?
I know he said one of the two, but if it's the former, clever way to include Vision.
As expected, they must make Vision likeable so once Thanos pops his gem the audience will feel bad.
I think there's also an arc with Hawkeye and his family? fuck, and people wanted this to be a super hero orgy like the comics.
You have 2 debut characters trying to set up their own movies. That was not the case with WS. It was still very much a Cap thing.
I'm not talking the number of characters. Anyone can fucking count. You have 2 actual 'leads', plus 2 NEW characters you want to introduce the audience to and make them look good enough to set up their own solos.
You kidding? Winter Soldier is fairly straight forward.
Cap, Widow and Falcon help out Cap. Fury and Hill are also there.
The rest are bad guys.
Civil War has Cap, Iron Man, Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch, Vision, Black Widow, Bucky, Spider-Man, Black Panther, Zemo, Crossbones, and then some. And they keep promising more and more story elements for each character going every which way.
That's not promising.
No. Hawkeye doesn't have anything other than supporting Captain America despite his past history with the government and Black Widow, because he simply respects Cap far too much to question him, especially in light of what the government wants to do.
Apparently she can't appear on merchandising as part of the shared rights with Fox or something.
But she has an arc. She has become Cap's protege of sorts, and he's helping her cope with Quicksilver's death and easing into a team. She also has her powers expand unexpectedly and struggles to control them.
>They're not full arcs for everybody; it's just enough that their presence is felt and important, but that the very clear single story that is being told is being served at all times.
Russos have their shit together, moreso than Joss's ridiculous "Natasha wants to run away and start a new life with the Hulk"
>>"Vision goes on a journey, as well," added Joe Russo.
>Sorry Tony, I can't help out in the final battle, Wanda zapped me and gave me a vision, so I have to go to a magic pond to find out what it means