There is a lot.
Count the Stan Lee cameos!
Like that time he played Miranda's lying lover on Sex and the City.
It's been done before. And it's amazing.
As played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen, respectively.
Too many villains, way too many heroes, and now there's all this "world-building" ... can't these franchises just concentrate on being good?
A study by Harvard Business School professor Anita Elberse shows that risky big-budget films are studios' safest bets.
If you judged solely by the big-budget movie and TV adaptations, you'd have no idea how accepting the source material is right now.
Jessica Walter as a witch! Thor as a beach babe! Mutants in the grunge era!
"There is an element of absurdity in the Marvel universe that’s … satirical and bizarre."
All of the confirmed details, and some of the smartest speculation.
"So, are they all quasi-homoerotic?"
So, how'd they do it?
“[M. Night Shyamalan] hasn't made a really good movie since [Unbreakable].”
Don't let this ruin it for you.
But, relax: She does love Tom Hiddleston.