Originally Posted by Rolaholic
Kraven is too raw for a movie audience
,a good spidey movie with him in it would most likely have to be rated R.
The best Kraven story could easily be pg 13 and still great. Nothing about Kraven warrants a rating of R unless you want to make him like the Punisher where he's hunting you down with a pack wild animals and is gonna kill you (something he's actually never done in comics or cartoons
Originally Posted by Cfranchise26
Originally Posted by shogun
What does he do that would need an R rating? I only know him from the cartoon. I remember him hunting stuff and having a fine woman
My boy Kraven need some shine
Great story and really the only one with Kraven that's that good.
Nothing he does in it is some rated R stuff.
Originally Posted by amel223
So Chris Pratt says he's tied to at least 3 movies at Marvel. Through 2019, there's only one GotG sequel. So one appearance at IW and maybe one appearance in someone else's solo film? Maybe Captain Marvel?
GotG is definitely gonna be a trilogy. There's no doubting this.
Originally Posted by sunshineblotters
Originally Posted by alleyzonjay
Osbornes are an integral part of Spideys story though. Plus this is Marvel were talking about, have faith lol.
They werent even the best villains in the highly praised Raimi trilogy. That should tell you that dont nobody want to see this weak *** family.
That should tell you Raimi wasn't suited to tell the best Osborne stories in his movies which he didn't.
@ "highly praised Raimi trilogy"
Originally Posted by Rolaholic
That + his backstory and endstory
. I didn't say Marvel needs an R rated movie,just that a good,in depth Kraven one wouldn't be suitable for their target audience which has always been kids.
Just cuz it wouldn't be directly aimed at kids doesn't mean it'd have to be rated R. Besides it's not like these movies have directly adapted any of the Marvel comics yet.
Originally Posted by RFX45
More possible CW spoilers:Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
According to Lainey Gossip, who has been nonchalantly dropping some interesting tidbits about the Marvel Cinematic Universe for some time now, the aforementioned African Market sequence is actually the "first big action set piece of the movie [...] that kicks off the Civil War." Apparently, there will be a lot of innocent civilians killed amid the battle between Cap's new Avengers team and Crossbones, which seems to be the "international incident" mentioned in the official synopsis that will ultimately cause the world governments to enforce some control over superhero activity.
About the Winter Soldier, Lainey Gossip reveals that he will be "the touchstone of the conflict" in Captain America: Civil War especially considering secret identities are not as big of an issue in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as they are in the "Civil War" comic book storyline. Many have been wondering just how Bucky will factor into the superhero-packed adaptation, but we know from Avengers: Age of Ultron that he's still being sought out by Captain America. And it's been said that Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) "may be using the government registration" to also help track down the brainwashed super soldier who assassinated his parents, as revealed in The Winter Soldier.
Furthermore, it was recently reported that the Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) will also be hunting down the Winter Soldier for reasons currently unknown, but Lainey Gossip adds that Crossbones also wants the Winter Soldier, or rather his "HYDRA pet," back under his control. The source then dropped this very intriguing nugget: "Civil War is a critical moment for Sebastian Stan and Bucky Barnes—he has to get everyone on his side by the end of this movie, because his role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to get a lot bigger."
Still sounds like Captain America 3: The Hunt For BuckyEdited by Master Zik - 5/21/15 at 2:00pm