Do you consider yourself to be a true Marvel super-fan? Well, if you think you are a die-hard fan of Marvel, then you might reconsider calling yourself a fan after watching these hidden facts about Marvel movies. Because no matter how much of a fan of the Marvel series you become, there’s always something that you’ve missed when watching these films.
When it comes to filming a single movie, the producers and filmmakers put in a lot of effort, hard work, and creativity, which is why it takes years for a single film to be released on the big screens. In the same way, Marvel is considered to be one of the most well-known series that has captured the interest of people all over the world. Everything from the smallest details to the most complex animations to the most compelling plots to the character’s outstanding performance makes the Marvel series one-of-a-kind.
But, what if we say that these Marvel series have numerous Easter eggs and secret details in the scenes? It is possible that you have watched this movie a hundred times over and over again but are unable to recall any of the hidden details… this is because you were so immersed in the movie and the storyline was so captivating that it captured your attention and your mind and eyes were unable to notice those details. Anyway, don’t worry, because we are here to reveal some of the most astounding hidden aspects shared by r/MovieDetails community, that you may have missed during your childhood when watching this film.
So, check out these hidden details and easter eggs from the Marvel series!
1. Single guy in two different movies, and we didn’t even realize this earlier.
As a street vendor in Spiderman: Homecoming (2017), the guy who live streams Shang-fight chi’s on the bus was also seen in Shang-chi.
2. August 10th is Spiderman’s lucky day!
His passport in Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) shows that his birthday is August 10. The same day that Amazing Fantasy #15 came out, which is when Spider-Man made his debut for the very first time.
3. The difference between Captain America and Thor!
In Avengers: Endgame (2019) movie, Captain America always helps Mjolnir’s flight path while Thor tries to grab the weapon with both hands. There are two things that make Captain America and Thor different. Captain America is used to adjusting for the Shield’s recoil while Thor is used to Mjolnir stopping at his hand.
4. The same character playing teacher and student’s role in two different movies!
One of Peter Parker’s teachers from Spiderman: homecoming (2017) is also a college student from The Incredible Hulk (2008).
5. The Reality Stone!
During the events of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Thanos uses the reality stone to dispatch both Drax and Mantis by “cubing” them and “unravelling” them. Both of these ostentatious gestures might be found in the original material, The Infinity Gauntlet.
6. Doom and Skurge with the same action.
Skurge is used to recreate the Doom cover in Thor: Ragnarok (2017), which is based on the comic book. Karl Urban, who plays Skurge, was also the main character in Doom (2005).
7. Tony’s embarrassing presentation!
While Tony Stark is delivering his B.A.R.F. presentation in Captain America: Civil War (2016), the audience is deafeningly quiet. When Mysterio looks back on that same scenario in Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), the audience erupts in laughter, hinting that this moment was far more humiliating than it was in reality.
8. Did you notice Donald Glover in the movie The Amazing Spiderman?
In Peter’s room, there is a poster for The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) featuring Donald Glover as Troy Barnes from Community.
9. The train incident and Daily Bugle!
Spider-Man 2 (2004) has one of the titles on the first page of the Daily Bugle immediately before Spider-Man swings to confront Dock Ock read “MTA insider concerned over aging Al-train” which refers to the New York Transit Authority. There is a train that is poised to crash during the struggle with Doc-Ock that occurs thereafter.
10. Taylor Swift’s cats were featured in Deadpool!
Wade appears in Deadpool 2 (2018) wearing a shirt that reads: “Olivia & Meredith. Best Friends Purrrr-ever”. Taylor Swift is the owner of the two cats. It was necessary for the production staff to obtain her consent before using their image.
11. Hidden meaning behind the 8946 number on his shirt!
The bus driver’s shirt in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021) has a label on it that says 8964, which is the year of the Tiananmen Square massacre. This, according to some, is the reason why the film was not released in China.
12. Oh, so actually Black Widow costume was created by Peter!
The character of Peter Parker is sketching ideas for his costume and symbol in the film Spider-Man (2002), and one of his (discarded) suggestions for a symbol looks a lot like another Marvel arachnid named hero “Black Widow”.
13. The meaning behind the identification card used in Thor.
Dr. Donald Blake is the name on the identification card that Dr. Selvig attempts to use to free Thor from SHIELD detention in Thor (2011). As a side note, this is also the name of Thor’s comic book alter ego.
14. The story behind this poster from Legend of the Ten Rings!
A poster for Kung Fu Hustle (2004) appears in Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021), which serves as an early allusion to the film. In Ta Lo, the group is led by Yuen Wah, a key character from the film King Fu Hustle, who is the man in the lead when they arrive.
15. A boat with the number ASM 212!
In the upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), there is a yacht with the registration number ASM 212. This is a reference to Amazing Spider-Man #212 (1981), which was the issue in which Hydro-Man made his debut.
16. Do you know the woman in this scene with the bespectacled and red hair?
During the train station scene in Captain Marvel (2019), a woman with bespectacled and red hair makes an appearance. Kelly Sue DeConnick, who not only wrote a series of Captain Marvel comics but also served as a consultant on the film, is the woman in the photo.
17. Even the tiniest details in the Spiderman movie are highlighted…
Aunt May’s license plate number is AMF-1562 in the film Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017). AMF stands for Amazing Fantasy, 15 represents the issue number, and 62 represents 1962, the year Spider-Man made his debut.
18. Lou Ferrigno, a true legend who appeared twice in The Hulk movie!
It is revealed that Lou Ferrigno, who played The Hulk in the 1970s, appears in the film as a security guard in the film The Incredible Hulk (2008).
19. The Spiderman Illustrator!
Spider-Man 2 (2004) has a character titled Mr. Ditkovich who is named after Steve Ditko, who was the original Spider-Man illustrator.
20. James Gunn revealed something!
James Gunn revealed the details of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2018).
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