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Marvel is known for having well thought out characters and plot lines that string all the films together. The entire MCU is brilliantly made into a completely other world in which we only dream to live. There are some changes within the films that we’re certain Marvel Studios and Disney tried to sneak by us to not throw off their perfect creation...but alas, we have caught them!
Actor changes like Edward Norton and Terrence Howard in films like Ant-Man and Iron Man represented some of the biggest changes. Others included a blonde Black Widow and an accent-less Scarlet Witch, which we easily noticed. What do Dominic Cooper and John Slattery share in common? Does someone have beef with Robert Downey Jr. who plays Iron Man, AKA Tony Stark? Why has Thanos’ appearance changed? Why was the Hulk recast? And did Fandral from Thor get a makeover? The famous cast of Marvel films include, Elizabeth Olsen, Tom Holland, Josh Brolin, Don Cheadle, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Chadwick Boseman, and Mark Ruffalo. The spanning over a decade have gone from “Guardians of the Galaxy” to “Ant-Man” and now finally have arrived at “Avengers: Infinity War,” with many more films slated to come. Through their entire repertoire, we found all the mistakes Marvel tried to hide and we’re going to reveal them all to you!
Watch this video and count how many of these changes you already noticed or perhaps the ones that slipped right by. You’ll be shocked at these major changes that many didn’t even catch!
Entry 1 THE HULK SWITCH
Entry 2 BLONDE BLACK WIDOW
Entry 3 THANOS APPEARANCE CHANGED
Entry 4 FANDRAL UPGRADE
Entry 5 RED SKULL RETURNS
Entry 6 HOWARD STARK MUSICAL CHAIRS
Entry 7 BEARDED CAPTAIN
Entry 8 TERRENCE TO CHEADLE
Entry 9 SCARLET WITCH
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(spoilers) I think the blonde black widow was a planned change because if somehow in avengers 4 they get the time stone back and they go back, the obvious differences will be noticed. For example Chris's beard and Scarlet's hair will be able to distinguish between the four characters from different times.
Cap's beard? Did u really think they tried to slip it?
I was wondering why I hate ScreenRant videos when I clicked the video. I remember now. Telling things all MCU fans know in a video made for mostly MCU fans? Seriously?
Infinity war had a line with Thor saying like "You copied my beard" to Captain America.
How did they try to slip in Black Widow's hair color and Cap's beard without fans noticing? They were on the run and avenging in the shadows. It makes perfect sense for them to change their looks and possibly assume new identities.
Most of these changes were in infinity war. I assume that the director had so many different stories and such a big cast that a lot of these things accidentally slipped. I doubt the majority of them were intentional but now that fans noticed the crew had to act like they were.
"Damn how did I not notice that Mark Ruffalo dispatched Edward Norton...ohh wait WTF! I just noticed that Edward Norton dispatched Eric Bana.. how the hell did I not see this!!!
Those crafty Marvel executives.."
What, Captain America had a beard! Didn't notice that, thanks Screen Rant, what would I do without you!
But honestly I think the title for this video should be "9 MCU Character Changes That Freakin' Everybody Noticed"
I love that they want the movies to explain why actors changed... and why characters have different hair... that would be too meta and annoying. What's wrong with a beard or the blonde hair? Why would we NEED them explained? Don't waste valuable screen time having characters talk about their hair.
- People's accents can change if they live in a different country for a long period of time.
- Sometimes people just decide to change their look
- It's not that people don't notice when characters are recast, they just don't care that much
Pretty sure anyone with half a brain cell noticed that they switched Norton for Ruffulo. Also why would they address it in the movie? What would they even say? "Oh that wasn't me, that was a different hulk".
seems like avengers 4 will have some of the original avengers time traveling to the past in order to beat Thanos... so it seems an easy way to distinguish the past avengers from the future avengers is add a beard (Captain America), a haircut (Thor), or hair color (Natasia)... Banner cant change into the Hulk so thats an easy solution, and some of the leaked photos of A4 shows Tony looking older w gray hair, so thats also an easy one... the only ones missing is Hawkeye and Antman...
It’s asinine to think any of these slipped past anyone in the movie theaters. The title on this should be things that weren’t explained instead of things slipped in without anyone noticing...this video makes no sense with how it’s presented based on the title
many of you guys are reading the title wrong. It means they tried to sneak it past, not that it actually went unnoticed.
Whether it's true or not... That said, the title could be changed to reduce confusion
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