Some MCU fans are sad about waspy, wife of ANT Man, for not being in Avengers movies with ANT MAN. As she is keen character to play with ANT MAN. There is possibility that Waspy will appear in stand-alone movies with ANT MAN and it will be a good idea to introduced a character.
As in most of movies it can be seen that IRON MAN original suit is on charging while latest technologies are in use. This gives more glimpse of cellphone instead of IRON MAN suit. It sounds less like futuristic military gadget and more like a cellphone.
8. Wakanda Was Foretold Long Ago
Place of Black Panther named as Wakanda was referred in Avengers: Age of Ultron but it was not the first time when it was referred. Wakanda was already shown as a map hotspot by Nick Fury’s map in Iron Man 2. Gap between release dates of Iron Man 2 and Black Panther is 8 years. Detailing is one of the keen features of MCU that makes its fan love it more.
7. And Hulk Will Always Love You
Lou Ferrigno, who played role of Hulk in Incredible Hulk (A TV show from 70s) makes an appearance as Stan Lee’s security in the 2003 Hulk film and then as a bodyguard in the 2008 film The Incredible Hulk.
6. Travel Essentials
When Tony Stark looks through his father Howard’s suitcase in Iron Man 2, you can see a Captain America comic book… as well as a map of the Arctic Circle where Captain America’s plane went down.
Once again, it’s worth noting that this is a split-second reference to forthcoming movie that was still years away at the time. You might be able to criticize the minds behind the Marvel Cinematic Universe for some things, but it can’t be said that they’re lazy or uninvested. That is serious commitment.
5. Tool Time!
In Iron Man 2, when Nick Fury tells Tony Stark that they have bigger problems to worry about in the Southwest, he’s referring to the recent discovery of Thor’s hammer.
4. The Hammer is Mightier than the Pen
Michael Straczynski, writer of the Thor comic books, makes a cameo in the first Thor, as one of the men who attempts to pull Thor’s hammer out of the ground.
That gives you a sense of just how important Mjölner (the hammer’s name) really is. I mean this guy wrote the books, and even he’s not worthy. Who else could possibly stand a chance?
3. Once Bitten
In The Avengers, after Bruce Banner falls from the sky, the security guard (played by Harry Dean Stanton) asks him nervously if he’s an alien. Which, given the circumstances, is a fair question. But it makes even more sense when you know the full context: Harry Dean Stanton played one of the crew members on the ship in Alien that was killed by the Alien.
2.Just a Fan
Tony Stark can be seen wearing a Black Sabbath t-shirt in The Avengers.
It’s a solid a reference to the band’s hit song “Iron Man” which has nothing to do with the Marvel character… but is a pretty awesome song. It played over the credits in the original Iron Man movie, right after Tony declared, “I am Iron Man.”
1.How It’s Made
A partially disassembled prototype of Captain America’s shield can be seen in Tony Stark’s workshop.