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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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Has this channel ever heard of Character Development?? The beard and hair change was cause the huge life difference to happen in the 3 years between CW and IW..... If these characters stayed the same over the 10 years they've existed, it'd make no actual sense.
Hay Ed Norton replaced Eric bana first Eric was the first hulk then they changed to ed while keeping the rest of the cast from Eric bana's hulk you completely missed that???? Looks like your the one whole didn't notice..... And there are other black widows trained the same as black widow and even look like her but they have blond hair and have kidnapped and replaced black widow with other widows who were traitors to the team the only difference is they have blond hair so maybe it is in the next movie that she has been kidnapped?
THE CHARACTER CHANGES LIKE MOMMA SPIDER'S HAIR AND STAR SPANGLED MAN'S BEARD AND THUNDER BOI'S HAIR SO IN THE NEW AVENGER MOVIE WITH THE TIME TRAVEL THEY KNOW WHO'S IN THE PRESENT AND WHO'S IN THE PAST. IT'S THAT SIMPLE BROSKI.
It's like when Fresh Prince of Bel Air swapped actresses for aunt Vivian, between seasons. Will turned to the camera and shrugged. Sometimes, actors are replaced. The show must go on. Like Cheadle said in IM2: "It's me, I'm here, move on." It doesn't need to be justified in-canon.
I really don't feel comfortable with the new war machine. The two actors look and act very different that I don't feel this is the same character anymore. That's why I didn't even watch the rest of the iron man.
About Black Widows hair... so people dont dye their hair, especially when they are on the run?
The so called fans are so easily butt hurt its... ridicolous. This video feels very forced and unnecessary.
Black widow and captain America changed their appearance because they are famous fugitives,
Thanos dropped his armor because once he had the infinity gauntlet he was so powerful that having armor or weapons just wouldn't even make sense until Thor created storm breaker.
This is a long list of very well explained plots...
In the Marvel comics during Civil War, Cap and the others had to grow beard and/or dye their hair because they were wanted by then S.H.I.E.L.D leader Tony Stark. So they included them being incognito in Infinity War also..
Are people seriously picky about the hair colour.. Look black widow might be a superspy avenger, she's also a woman, how many women do you know that never ever want a hairstyle change. Most women like messing with their look every now and then.. :| What a bunch of non issues for most of this vid.
Mi podoba się zmiana wyglądu jej włosów, cały czas taki sam kolor i to jeszcze akurat ten jest uciążliwy do oglądania. Proste blond włosy bardzo jej pasują i dla mnie powinna mieć takie od samego początku.
My theory on Wanda's accent is maybe it just naturally faded over time. The more time you spend around people with a different accent than you, the more your accent will reflect theirs. Of course, her change was pretty drastic but I don't really know any other explanation.
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