While the Marvel Cinematic Universe is designed for the whole family, there are sometimes evil gags that only adults will understand. We present the best of them here:
While the Marvel Cinematic Universe may not be the best entertainment for young children, the comic book movies are designed to bring the whole family together and have fun. However, for adults, it is often more useful to get involved in the movies, because there are always slippery gags to discover that children absolutely cannot understand.
We would like to introduce you to a handful of them. In the foreground are of course the Elders, Tony Stark aka Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) and Peter Quill aka Star-Lord (Chris Pratt). But Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) and the amazing Hulk are also involved in the hustle and bustle below their belt.
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Size is what matters
In “Ant-Man And The Wasp,” Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) meets Bill Foster (Lawrence Fishburne), a former SHIELD member. And when he finds out that Foster has also tested Goliath, Ant-Man can only ask him how far he has gone.
When he learned that his predecessor’s record was 6 metres, Lang proudly replied that his record was 19 metres. A small competition is brought to an end by Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) with the question of whether the size comparison has finally come to an end.
The structure should not be excited
The Incredible Hulk finds that Bruce Banner (Edward Norton) and Betty Ross (Liv Tyler) share an intimate moment in a hotel room. As the two of them approached the bed, the watch on Bruce Banner’s arm sounded an alarm, letting him know that his heart rate was increasing. Banner admits this with a sentence: “I shouldn’t get too excited,” suggesting that the green giant doesn’t just react to stress and anger…
When Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) learned early in Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 that Sovereigns reproduce by germinating their offspring’s DNA into units, he replied that he preferred the “good old method of reproduction” after all.
Princess Aisha (Elizabeth Debicki), who seems to admire Keel, replied, “Maybe one day they can give me a history lesson.” Gamora (Zoe Saldana), immediately interrupts the impending foreplay.
In Thor: Day of Decision, Thunder God (Chris Hemsworth) wakes up in a Green Giant’s dungeon after confronting Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) at Sakaar Arena. Then he comes out of the bathroom completely naked. Unable to dodge his gaze in time as the naked hulk passes in front of him, Thor appears noticeably overwhelmed by the situation, to which he comments, “I’ll never get rid of that picture.”
When Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) take some time to join the team at the end of Avengers: Age Of Ultron, Tony Stark calls out to them, “Romanov? Romanov?” You and Banner, it’s not the time to play a doctor!
What is meant by this is of course clear to everyone. However, in the original text, the quote still sounds distinctly sloppy, because Stark is not talking about doctor games here, but “hide zucchini” (pronounced “hide zucchini”).
Back to the Middle Ages
At the beginning of Avengers: Age Of Ultron, the superheroes take turns trying to lift Thor’s hammer. Tony Stark is certain that he can perform this feat – if necessary in all his Iron Man equipment – and thus automatically become the King of Asgard. As a first measure, he announced the reintroduction of “The Right of the First Night” – only to fail miserably the mission.
In the primitive helix noctis It is the historical law that gives the ruler the opportunity to spend the first night with the bride who has entered into the marriage union under his command.
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