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Well you guys can read my post #491, where I stated this is what I wanted. It's also what made me not hate Iron Man 3, because I believe MARVEL had plans for their supernatural stuff and Iron Man 3 was too soon. Age of Ultron and Dr. Strange is a big push they have for their supernatural stuff.
EDIT: Kevin Feige talks about a future Marvel film exploring a "secret identity" trope:
The website suggests Daredevil, but us comic geeks can guess more than that.
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I have suspicions that Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch may be Inhumans in the MCU, as a way to explain their powers without using the "mutant" label. And I could easily see Marvel implementing this in the comics and effectively stamping out the "mutant" branding, and turning the X-Men into a way to further promote Inhumans. Again, this is because of the power of branding and money, because Marvel can't make maximum profit on the X-Men. That's why there's no FF or X-Men cartoon on right now and why Ultimate Spider-Man hardly uses Spider-Man's characters. Marvel isn't going to cut off X-Men, FF, and Spidey, but they're going to use those brands to boost the brands they own lock, stock, and barrel, with the intention of getting brands like Iron Man, Hulk, and Inhumans to either surpass or equal X-Men, FF, and Spider-Man in visibility and popularity.
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I definitely think Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch will be Inhumans. Whedon not having access to Magneto or the X-Men pretty much takes away their only real reason for being mutants in the first place, and obviously he can't use that either.
I'm much more doubtful of Wolverine or Storm being retconned since Marvel has found a big use for the former outside the Avengers anyway, though, but I get the point.
Feige talking about Infinity gems and Diesel "merge " comment:
So Guardians of course has another one.
So Lou Ferrigno says there will he a new Hulk movie after Avengers
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They do want to do another Hulk film, but apparently they want to do one in context to the over-arching story of Thanos' invasion. Supposedly their biggest gripe is not having too much CGI Hulk and letting Ruffalo shine, and I think that was their fault for doing that with Hulk in Avengers, but it was a surprise. It took something away from the character, but now they need to go back to the psychology of the character, they could have easily had the Hulkbusters in Avengers. If they keep castrating these superheroes from what they are, then they do need to move on from the Avengers franchise to something else.
Someone suggested having the Hulk framed and Banner banished to another world before and I think that would be a great storyline post-Age of Ultron. Having the Phase III films essentially break the Avengers in some critical way and culminating in Avengers 3 would be a be appropriately epic. Thanos wins and Phase IV is about the heroes rebuilding themselves so they can free Earth in a fourth Avengers.
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