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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post
Yeah, dude. I don't think we're the studio execs' number one priority.

But...... I promise to buy the licensed merchandise if they do it right!
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Hawkeye to make Thor cameo, costume revealed to be Ultimate version, no purple tights.
*queue rambo*

http://movies.ign.com/articles/115/1158290p1.html

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Hawkeye's Thor Cameo Revealed
Jeremy Renner's role in the god of thunder's screen debut.

You won't have to wait until 2012's The Avengers to see Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye.

Cinema Blend was at CinemaCon where roughly 20 minutes of footage from the upcoming Thor movie was screened that showed the Marvel archer in action.

"The scene we saw featured Renner as Hawkeye, working with the infamous Agent Coulson, played as he was in the Iron Man movies, by Clark Gregg," according to the site.

"The scene features Hawkeye using his famous bow and arrow and he has multiple lines, so while we're talking about something a little more than a momentary cameo, there's no way to know if his involvement will go any further than that one scene."
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Originally Posted by RFX45 View Post
Hawkeye to make Thor cameo, costume revealed to be Ultimate version, no purple tights.
*queue rambo*

http://movies.ign.com/articles/115/1158290p1.html



Kinda sucks. His Ultimate version is nice and all, but I don't see why they couldn't pull off his mainline one. I get the mask is a little out their, but they could always modify that.
post #64 of 1032
He looks like a white Blade. Fail.
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Originally Posted by JMRouse View Post
Kinda sucks. His Ultimate version is nice and all, but I don't see why they couldn't pull off his mainline one. I get the mask is a little out their, but they could always modify that.
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post
He looks like a white Blade. Fail.
*queue RFX* What did you expect, an exact translation? This is hollywood. Just roll with it! Who cares that it'll suck. You'll watch it anyway!
post #66 of 1032
I'll probably watch it. But an archer in today's modern times seems so anachronistic.
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I'll probably watch it. But an archer in today's modern times seems so anachronistic.
He's one character on a team and Hawkeye is a total badass in the comics.
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*queue RFX* What did you expect, an exact translation? This is hollywood. Just roll with it! Who cares that it'll suck. You'll watch it anyway!

It doesn't work like that man, I need to read it from you e-lips before I can throw a rebuttal.
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Hulk will speak...

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Mark Ruffalo, who this week both begins production on The Avengers and releases his directorial debut, Sympathy for Delicious, chatted with MTV News about his upcoming dual role as both Dr. Bruce Banner and as the Incredible Hulk in the Joss Whedon-helmed superhero ensemble. In addition to joking around with a pair of toy Hulk hands, Ruffalo confirmed that the Hulk himself will have some dialogue in the upcoming film.

"You'll love them," says Ruffalo of the Hulk's lines, "...One of them is actually very memorable."

The Avengers, set for release on May 4, 2012, also stars Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Jeremy Renner, Scarlett Johansson, Clark Gregg, Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders, Tom Hiddleston and Stellan Skarsgård.
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Production starts....

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^ uhm.. hulk might need a bigger chair.
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^ uhm.. hulk might need a bigger chair.

Doubt those skimpy wooden chair legs could hold up any of them (most likely not iron man or the hulk...)
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Those chairs have adamantium frames.
post #74 of 1032
The downside though is scenes are barely linked together and characterization is thrown right out the window. There's only one thing this movie has going for it--and you guessed it: Thurman in a catsuit.
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The downside though is scenes are barely linked together and characterization is thrown right out the window.

That is why they have the origins movie for each pivotal members first and then move on to the Avengers movie.


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There's only one thing this movie has going for it--and you guessed it: Thurman in a catsuit.
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