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Two hours earlier…
JFK International Airport, a small SHIELD issue personal airplane landed SHIELD agent Phil Coulson and Captain America waited outside as its occupants exited out the aircraft. One was Flash Thompson along with Andi Benton, who managed to convince her aunt that her class was having a field trip to New York for two weeks at most, along with Kaine Parker and Aracely Penabla who were reluctant of joining them. However, the four had been called by SHIELD do the recent Intel of the Goblin Underground and Carnage from Spider-Man made the other Spiders realize they need to band together for their own safety.
“So this is New York, I sense…crowdedness.” Aracely said to herself as she already sensed the thoughts of those around her.
“Should see Philidelphia…” Andi joked as she got a chuckle from Aracely.
“Now that we’re here…” Captain America said as he turned to Flash and Kaine
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2014’s movies are already looking awesome and after a lot of great trailers have arrived, I decided to do a top 5 most anticipated movies of 2014’s summer movie season:
5. Guardians of the Galaxy: Though we have little info on this film, I’m very excited for this as I’ve read a few Guardians of the Galaxy comics and they’re pretty cool and I think it’ll be interesting to see a very sci-fi Marvel film without the traditional superhero setting. Plus as a fan of Rocket Raccoon I really hope we see him as the badass anthro raccoon we know and love!
4. Captain America The Winter Soldier: The first Captain America was a very pleasant surprise movie of 2011 and I am loving what they’re setting up here of Steve still stuck the 40’s while trying to adapt anti-terrorism of the modern America. And bringing in Winter Soldier as an antagonist could also bring in that themes even further.
3. X-Men Days of Future Past: After some disappointment of X-Men the Last Stand and X-Men Origins Wolverine, but with some of the awesomeness of X-Men First Class and The Wolverine, it seemed the future of the X-Men franchise was hit or miss. But hope has arrived as Brian Singer is returning to the director chair and an adaptation of one of my favorite X-Men stories seems to be a recipe for success along with a hope for a revival for the reputation of the X-Men films
2. Godzilla: As a kid I loved Godzilla with a passion and I was only four when I saw the first 1998 American remake and even then I was disappointed of this “interpretation” of the Japanese classic Kaiju films! But when we’re teased at several Comic Cons of this new remake, there was potential as they’re keeping the classic design. Then the new trailer came around and holy crap it looks incredible and I think it’ll bring a very legitimate horrifying take on Godzilla.
1. The Amazing Spider-Man 2: As a Spider-Fan, I was blown away on how awesome Amazing Spider-Man was at it improved the problems the Sam Rami Trilogy had (I don’t hate them but seemed sillier and retro compare to what Spidey is now). So when seeing the trailer it has a lot of potential and I actually like the idea of multiple villains as the Sinister Six set up is confirmed and the actors still look like they’re bringing their A game. And I love how they films are more interwoven in the story arc compare to how loose Rami’s movies were.
What’s your anticipated movie of 2014, comment below.