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From cinemablend: YouTube user Aznmarty256 (via Reddit) took the time to pause when Killmonger is sifting through N'Jobu's journal and transcribe exactly what he wrote to his son. Take a look: Ungubani? Who are you? I asked this question of myself many times. Often times, I do not know. But I do know I am no longer the man my country knew. ...


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Advances in CGI have made it easier to render the visual effects of comic books. In the past, it might have looked cheap and cheesy to render something like Cyclops's optical plasma with practical effects. For example, look at the movies Spawn (1997) and The Mummy Returns (2001), which had notoriously poor CGI, and would have looked much better if produced ...


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The simplest answer is this - in the 20th century, superheroes were a thing for kids and "nerdy people living in the basement", so a blockbuster movie with such a topic would not appeal to the wider audience when the world was run by jocks and the mainstream "cool thing" was sports, military, and so on. Now the "nerdy kids" took over the world in the 21st ...


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In the bonus material from Avengers: Endgame, the Russo brothers talk about this scene. They say it was made by the VFX team. So no, he didn't starve himself.


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The Night Monkey suit only appeared when he was fighting the Fire Elemental monster. Up to this point, all actions of the drones were carefully crafted illusions, holographic projections and pyrotechnics programmed beforehand by Mysterio and his team. It is only after Mysterio obtains the E.D.I.T.H. sunglasses that they have broader control of actual ...


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I would more or less guess at the fact that Thor, Loki, Hulk and co had just had a tough battle with Hela, resulting in the demise of Asgard, all the remaining Asgardians were more or less refugees as opposed to soldiers. The ones who could fight were exhausted from what they just did, both physically and emotionally (losing their entire homeworld). Thor ...


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I believe the reason Gamora appears to Thanos as her younger self is because earlier in the movie when Gamora is telling the story of Thanos taking her and killing people on her planet, she's a child. Then at the end she appears to him as a child because it's that version of herself that experienced those events.


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