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It's not a non-fiction film. From the IMDb page: A very realistic interpretation of one of the bloodiest battles of the Vietnam War. It is a fictionalization of the actual events. Nearly all - if not all - narrative films carry this disclaimer, even if the people depicted in the film are real people... the reality is, some stuff will be fictionalized ...


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According to Screenrant (beware: SPOILERS for future movies): the originally planned post-credits scene featuring Bruce Banner a.k.a. Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) would have been shot for the film but instead, as we learned from co-writer Christopher Markus, I'll put the information regarding the possible appearance in a future movie in spoilers: The ...


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Answer: Sometimes. The Same: This is the MCU one (Iron-Man through Iron-Man 3 (excluding the Hulk)) and is also used in such films as the Blade trilogy, Spider-man trilogy, Daredevil (2004), X-Men franchise, and Man-Thing. And this is the new one introduced with Thor 2: The Dark World and continues for all current MCU ...



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