Up until now the studios behind the big Marvel franchises haven't put a foot wrong. Not every film has been perfect, Wolverine: Origins (2009), The Amazing Spiderman (2012), but none of the main releases have completely fallen flat (that's been reserved for Marvel's lesser titles; hello Daredevil (2003),The Punisher (2004), Elecktra (2005) and Ghost Rider (2007)) Since X-Men (1999) its been plain sailing, so much so there's been a marked shift in fan expectation. Before the mid-noughties comic aficionados approached a cinema seat with caution. Now we park ourselves fully expecting a five star movie experience. But having been so thoroughly spoilt over the last decade are we overdue are a spectacular failure?
A lot of what's made the Marvel films a success have been the performers. Casting heads
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