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Tobias Funke finally got a role in a big movie as a part of the Collector’s collection.

Tobias Funke finally got a role in a big movie as a part of the Collector’s collection.

One of only dozens of never-nudes.

Nope arrested development is even credited in the end credits.

Who blue him?

No.

In Ant-Man (2015) actor Garrett Morris makes a brief appearance in a scene. Morris was the first person to ever portray Ant-Man in a 1979 Saturday Night Live skit called Superhero Party.

In Ant-Man (2015) actor Garrett Morris makes a brief appearance in a scene. Morris was the first person to ever portray Ant-Man in a 1979 Saturday Night Live skit called Superhero Party.

I’m just enjoying the DC/Marvel crossover.

“You probably went to the men’s room and missed it, but that’s all right,” Morris told CBR News with a laugh about his blink-and-you’ll-miss-it big-screen moment in “Ant-Man.” “If you were in the movie, and you closed your eyes, you didn’t see me. I closed my eyes, and I didn’t see me.”

“Way back when the dinosaurs were roaming around, I did a thing called ‘Ant-Man at a Party,'” says Morris. “That’s what they were referring to. But you see, only if you have a wheelchair now, would you even remember that. People 25 or under, you don’t know what the hell [my cameo] means. ‘Why is that black man in there looking up? What’s he doing there?'”

What an awesome guy.

And they say Infinity War is the biggest cross-over yet, uhm think again sweety

Big budget costumes there on SNL

When Jeff Goldblum looks up his wife’s address in ‘Independence Day’ (1996), it reads as “123 Heresheis Avenue.”

When Jeff Goldblum looks up his wife’s address in ‘Independence Day’ (1996), it reads as “123 Heresheis Avenue.”

I love how we disregard the names of the characters he's played, all of them are just Jeff Goldblum

He doesn’t play characters, just appears in movies.

It's fun to think of the producers, writers and prop people coming up with this stupid stuff and giggling about it

Hajoetitze Av.... hide your tits

In Iron Man 2, whilst Tony is looking through his father's notes a two page spread can be seen dedicated to the mathematical concept of a Tesseract. Two films later a cube called the Tesseract is introduced which goes on to play a major role in several MCU films.

In Iron Man 2, whilst Tony is looking through his father's notes a two page spread can be seen dedicated to the mathematical concept of a Tesseract. Two films later a cube called the Tesseract is introduced which goes on to play a major role in several MCU films.

While it's not really explicitly confirmed in the films, some of the ancillary material confirms what's implied here:

Howard Stark ended up with the Tesseract following Captain America: The First Avenger. He had a long time to study it (after all, SHIELD still has it at the end of Thor, about 60-odd years later). Those studies led him to develop Arc Reactor technology. Imperfect, but still pretty ground-breaking. And of course, Tony later miniaturizes it and uses it in his own chest to power the Iron Man suits. The "new element" that Howard discovers which Tony then manages to create is probably an exotic element that the Tesseract is made of.

Now, remember that Norse town that Red Skull's in at the beginning of Captain America, Tønsberg, when he finds the Tesseract? That's also the same town seen in the flashback at the beginning of Thor when Odin's fighting frost giants. At some point, Odin left the Tesseract behind there.

So tl;dr: Odin's responsible for both the genesis of Thor and Iron Man.

So tl;dr: Odin's responsible for both the genesis of Thor and Iron Man.

He isn't the All-Father for nothing.

It's awesome that they knew they were going and put all the bread crumbs down, but the pieces were already there for them back in the comic books. Still big props in knowing how they were going to represent the concepts of the different stones and executing later so well

Continuity!

(2010)

It (2017) In the “suck the wound” scene Pennywise appears underneath the car in the Bradley Gang mural. I’ve seen this movie countless times and just noticed this last night. Not sure if it’s been posted before but thought I’d share! [x-post from r/ItTheMovie]

It (2017) In the “suck the wound” scene Pennywise appears underneath the car in the Bradley Gang mural. I’ve seen this movie countless times and just noticed this last night. Not sure if it’s been posted before but thought I’d share! [x-post from r/ItTheMovie]

I think he pops up several more times throughout the film in places like that. To kind of show that he's always watching and never far.

What creeped me out the most is when you can hear the tv talking in the background. It was on a kids show and you can hear the actors saying things like “it’s ok to go play in the sewer. It’s safe and fun!”

I know he’s in this scene and the library scene (disguised as a librarian) I’ll have to keep an eye out for more of hidden Pennywise!

Yes!! And the fact that some of the parents are shown watching this show!

Matt Damon's cameo in Thor: Ragnarok is the second time he's played Loki, the first being his role as Loki in Kevin Smith's 1999 film Dogma

Matt Damon's cameo in Thor: Ragnarok is the second time he's played Loki, the first being his role as Loki in Kevin Smith's 1999 film Dogma

That cameo was so left field I didn’t recognize them at the beginning. I couldn’t believe I was looking at a slightly chubbier Damon playing Loki. That was a really good set of cameos

Also the actor playing "Actor Thor" is Luke Hemsworth, Chris's brother, and the actor playing "Actor Odin" is Sam Neil from Jurassic Park

THAT was Sam Neil!?

Sean Bean played two characters who died on screen

Sean Bean played twenty five characters who died on screen, but I digress.

In Spiderman: Homecoming, the ad behind Spiderman during the ATM robbery scene is about identity theft and the robbers are wearing Avengers face masks.

In Spiderman: Homecoming, the ad behind Spiderman during the ATM robbery scene is about identity theft and the robbers are wearing Avengers face masks.

This gets posted at least 2x a week.

Ok I'm in shitty mobile but does that not look like Malcolm Turnbull?

Damn. I did not know that.

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