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No, they are completely different characters. As discussed in this Sci-Fi & Fantasy question and this Movies & TV question, Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver are rare exceptions to the general licensing deal that Marvel made with Fox. Part of that deal is that Fox has the exclusive rights to make movies about any of the "mutants" in the Marvel ...


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They don't really spend a lot of time explaining this in the movie, you have to piece it together from various bits of dialog during that scene (and others later on). But, Ultron isn't "in" the scepter, rather, the scepter contains the last piece of technology Stark and Banner needed to finish building the Ultron project. Given that Banner was already ...


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I think you misinterpreted the scene. Hawkeye, being a very sharp archer, has shown to have heightened senses (refer to all his archery scenes through Avengers 1 & 2). With such senses, he had heard Scarlet Witch walk up to him. Basically he hit her before she had the chance to warp his mind. If you look at all the scenes involving Scarlet Witch ...


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The relationship between Leon and Mathilda is a rather complicated one, and is pretty much the cornerstone of the whole movie. Leon is hinted to be mentally challenged in some capacity. He can't read and despite his prowess as an assassin is very naive and is easily fooled by Tony (and Mathilda). He also has problems with intimacy and letting people get ...


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Indeed, in Episode 13- The One with the Boobies, Joey discovers his father (Joey Tribbiani Senior, played by Robert Costanzo) has a mistress and intervenes, forcing him to tell his wife, later in the episode, Joey's mother (Gloria Tribiani, played by Brenda Vaccaro) shows up furious at Joey, as she already knew about the mistress and because of it he would ...


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tl;dr: JARVIS is not The Vision. JARVIS is one part of The Vision. The Vision is a unique entity that was formed by the merging of quite a few distinct elements: Ultron's base "operating system" The power of the Mind Stone The "protocols" (personality?) of JARVIS. Random Thor Magic Most of The Vision is actually based on Ultron. Remember that Ultron ...


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The following addresses what has already happened in the TV show. The Mountain gets poisoned in the fight, and Cersei tells Qyburn to do what he can to keep him alive. Qyburn agrees, but says he will not be the same as he was (this is consistent so far between the books and TV series). In one scene in season 5 (I don't remember the episode), This leads ...


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This is all just my personal opinion, which I will eventually back up with quotes. During one scene we see Tony show a 'live holographic feed' of JARVIS to Bruce. JARVIS has been completely designed by Tony, from the ground up. Every single element of JARVIS has been built, refined and perfected by Tony over (we assume) a large period of time. Then he ...


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I would say that, if there had to be one, Cap would be the obvious choice. As others have mentioned, he has a history of leading others from his work before he was encapsulated in the ice. He also is very mission-oriented and very much interested in the greater good at his own personal cost. Whether this makes someone a good leader or not is debatable but ...


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PK is a hindi slang. It expands as 'Pea kay' and it means being drunk. Whenever Amir Khan's character talks to the general people, they feel like his statements and questions are absurd and idiotic. So they ask him whether he is drunk (PK), and hence he gets this name.


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The thing in this movie that is not established very well, is that Grace has been on Pandora for many years. We do see glimpses of this: there are pictures of her avatar interacting with Na'vi children, and if I remember she also helped to set up things like schools, and taught some of the natives English. Clearly this has taken quite a bit of time, and ...


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Despite the guns and knives and bombs and drugs, the relationship is innocent. Leon is essentially a child in a man's body, he cannot read, Tony is his surrogate father taking care of him financially and he and maltilda play "dress up". In this relationship he learns for the first time about love and he develops into matilda's surrogate parent.


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Baron Strucker is a long time villain in Marvel comics and as per my knowledge he is quite under used in Marvel Cinematic Universe (Specially movies). For better understanding you need to know his all appearances. Appearances Within Marvel Cinematic Universe: + Movie Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Mid-credit scene) Avengers: Age of Ultron TV ...


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The character is played by Staci Robbins. She has been credited simply as a Lady Onlooker. Also as mentioned in the comments, it is not Dale Dickey, she plays Spooge's wife. Wendy (the crack whore) is played by Julia Minesci and Carol (Walt's neighbor) is played by Cheryl Ford Mente. She is a spectator appearing to hold no real significance in the Breaking ...


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In the documentary The Matrix Revisited (Wiki • IMDB • Amazon) features an interview with Hugo Weaving (starting at approximately 48 minutes in, a segment called "The Interrogation Room") in which he says that he wanted a "neutral accent" for the character and for him to be "not robotic but not really human. I kept thinking about a '50s newsreader or someone ...


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It isn't explained exactly why Hawkeye didn't fall for Scarlet Witch's mind trickery, but we can find multiple possible in-universe reasons for it in the movie: One possibility is, that it is because he was tricked and controlled by Loki earlier. The fact that his mind already had been tempered with before (and if we take it that Scarlet Witch's powers ...


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Let me counter this with another question (and an admittedly slightly speculative answer): What makes you think Vision didn't get the power of Thor at all? In the movie we see Vision actively wield Mjölnir, not only when he hands it to Thor, he also uses it in combat. So he definitely can wield the hammer and make use of its power. The question remains then, ...


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As far as the Quicksilver that appears in Age of Ultron, we never see him do anything like changing the trajectory of objects in mid-flight. The closest we come, I believe, is when he is able to snatch Hawkeye's arrows out of the air in the initial fight in Sekovia. It's possible that he's simply not fast enough to do that. More likely, though, given how new ...


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In the MCU, Captain America is shown to be the leader. This is evident from the main battle in Avengers (2012), where Tony Stark tells Captain to make the battle plan. To go off the scenes, Captain has military experience. Captain has leadership experience (having led a team against HYDRA back in the day). He also has formal military training. These ...


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Captain America is the leader for the Avengers. If we look back at the past movies for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there are many points leading to this. Iron Man is taken off the team for the Avengers in Iron Man 2 after Black Widow's report on his life. When they later put him on the team in The Avengers, it is to look at Selvig's research at first, ...


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If by captain you mean "Leader" then yes. From all the Avengers Captain America has the most experience in combat and leading a team from his battles in WW2 (with the exception of Thor maybe). This qualifies him to lead the team because he's able to make quick decisions and form a battle plan while still being able to fight well without being too distracted. ...


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According to the Breaking Bad Wiki (I have no idea where they get this stuff...), Saul is in his late 40's during that series. Since Better Call Saul is supposed to take place 6 years prior to Breaking Bad, you can assume he's supposed to be in his early-to-mid 40's at the beginning of BCS.


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I strongly suspect they've had a sexual relationship at some point. Brief fling, something more, difficult to speculate. In one episode, we see them sharing a cigarette. While not always an indication of intimacy, I've never known anyone in my life that does that without it meaning something. In another episode, Jimmy calls late at night, and she says ...


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Now first of all, we have to take a look at the functionality of the costume (or rather suit), which obviously is the creation of a genius scientist and inventor. In fact Iron Man is pretty much the Marvel equivalent of Batman (though, less brooding and more self-centered, and with a war trauma as incentive instead of the loss of his parents), whose strength ...


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The way Ultron sees it, Once you take away all the extraterrestrial threats, Humans are the ones causing all the ruckus. In the moment that Ultron boots up, we see him scanning through all files, many of which include human destruction. Images & videos of various wars that humanity has fought over the centuries. This causes him to take up an issue ...


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I believe his major motive behind this was he did not want to endanger anybody. He was very wary when We have seen this in the past as well. In Hulk (2003 film) he leaves civilized settlements and goes to live in a forest alone. In Incredible hulk (2008 film) yet again we see him living in a remote place. In Avengers we see him living in a remote ...


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If you followed dexter carefully then you will understand the true meaning of the ending. Dexter Always wanted to feel normal Dexter always talks about getting rid of his "Dark Passenger" and hoping to feel normal, Remember In season 4 ending when he is looking into the blood moon and hopes for a normal life. He kills Debra because he loves her ...


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The muzzle speed for a aircraft is much faster that that of say the handgun Hawkeye used to make him fall through the floor. Think of it as catching a slow football toss vs stopping 10 footballs thrown by Manning from hitting a target


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Luke wasn't exactly in a position to stop Vader from killing Palpatine. Remember, he was being attacked by Force Lightning at the time, and Vader picked up Palpatine and threw him in a shaft in the space of about two seconds. There wouldn't have been time for Luke to recover and react even if he had wanted to. Also, the sequels/prequels constantly show ...


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Younger and the relationship would either have to be totally creepy or transform into more obviously paternal relationship. Older, say 16+, and the relationship likely is forced to take on more romantically charged aspects. At 12-14, the character can be old enough to be somewhat independent and for the relationship to be a friendship rather than paternal ...



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