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I know exactly what he means, on a much smaller and older scale, lol.Whatever the outcome of "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" holds for him and his character, Mackie, now 42, said he hoped to stay in the superhero game longer and regretted not having jumped into it sooner.
"I wish I could have been doing this in my 20s," he said. "It takes a lot of Advil to do a Marvel show.
Timing of official threads:
Do not start the official show thread more than one hour before the Eastern time zone airing.
Did not know, thanks! I suppose I can fix this thread with a title changeIn case you didn't know...
Unfortunately, a lot of the forum's rules were created in the era of network television, and have never been revisited in the face of changing technologies (and for that matter changing society!). So they're not really a good fit for the way a lot of television is consumed today...e.g., they don't take full-season threads into account.Did not know, thanks! I suppose I can fix this thread with a title change, then start another when the time comes. How about "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier - March 19th" for this one?
Not one who has the authority to do it!I get the impression there is at least one.
There is some difference when it's a streaming series that's dropped all at once. But Disney and Marvel are releasing these traditional TV style, one episode per week, so it theoretically could be covered in separate threads for each episode. In that case the old rule applies many times over.Is it really different? It may not be "aired" but it's still not available to watch
It's at the current end of the timeline, as in after Avengers: Endgame, and I'm sure there are purists out there who would tell you to wait so it doesn't spoilerize any movies for you. But if you want to jump in, then try to follow what's going on in the Legends recaps on these two characters. If Legends works for you in whole or in part, you'll be up-to-speed enough. And personally I would just jump in, because I think this is going to be a very fun ride, and you'll still enjoy those previous movies when you get to them.As someone who's only six movies into the MCU, any thoughts on whether I'll be able to follow this? I enjoyed WV, even though I hadn't seen any of the MCU at the time.
I have no idea how/where/when this falls into the timeline.
I have no idea what this means.But if you want to jump in, then try to follow what's going on in the Legends recaps on these two characters.
Each Legends episode is a collection of movie clips organized to show the history of one character. They had more to work with for the Falcon and the Winter Soldier than they did for Wanda and Vision, and I think the result is more helpful. See also my reply from the WandaVision thread:I have no idea what this means.
@astrohip in case you still haven't found it, Legends is a separate series elsewhere in your Disney+ show grid. The layout is different on each device, but I've circled Legends here:
Cool! I'll check it out.Each Legends episode is a collection of movie clips organized to show the history of one character. They had more to work with for the Falcon and the Winter Soldier than they did for Wanda and Vision, and I think the result is more helpful. See also my reply from the WandaVision thread: