For those of us who are still little kids inside.......

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  1. civilwarbuff

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    Full story:
    https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2017/11/marvel-cover-story
    Cover StoryHoliday 2017
    Secrets of the Marvel Universe
    Photographs by Jason Bell; Styled by Jessica Diehl.
    Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Danai Gurira as Okoye, Tom Holland as Spider-Man, and Chris Evans as Captain America.
    After a decade of unprecedented success, Marvel Studios is at a pivotal moment: the looming farewell to some of its founding superheroes, and the rise of a new generation. Kevin Feige, the creative force behind the $13 billion franchise and a slew of Marvel stars, discusses its precarious beginnings, stumbles, and ever-expanding empire.
     
  2. Michael74

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    Christian:
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    I like the heroes. They try to help people.
     
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    Complete story here: https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywoo...ack-at-iron-man-the-movie-that-started-it-all
    Marvel Looks Back at Iron Man—the Movie That Started It All
    Robert Downey Jr., Jon Favreau, and more remember the beginnings of the Marvel Cinematic Universe
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    November 29, 2017 1:00 pm
    “There were a lot of points where the whole thing could have fallen apart, of course, starting with Iron Man,Kevin Feige said while sitting down to reflect on a decade of filmmaking from Marvel Studios for Vanity Fair’s Holiday issue. Nine years and 16 movies since that first Marvel Studios effort, Feige and the rest of the team behind the first Iron Man—director Jon Favreau, star Robert Downey Jr., and the studio’s original head, Avi Arad—couldn’t help but think back on the film that started it all. It wasn’t necessarily easy to go back that far; as Downey put it: “That’s the dumb thing about history, if you’re talking about something that has its origins more than 12 minutes ago, you’re already coloring it with your ego and your story.” But, as best they could, the team laid out the humble beginnings of Iron Man, and its impact on everything that came after.

    For even more from Vanity Fair’s exclusive Marvel cover story and shoot, click here.

    THE BEGINNING OF MARVEL STUDIOS
     

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