In an interview with The Playlist, the writers of Captain America: The First Avenger discuss ideas for the already planned sequel.
"We read 'The Avengers,'" said McFeely, "so unless things are changing on set, we have a sense of what Joss [Whedon] is doing with the Steve Rogers character and what he’s doing with the universe. But, you know, the sequel isn’t for sure. ... It’s sort of in the outlying 'What If?' stages now."
The duo were also pressed on potential villains (which they refused to answer) and plot. For the latter, McFeely said that the actual structure of the story will be based mostly on fan feedback as well as previous comics, even name-dropping the literary device MacGuffin. That takes a level of hardcore nerdiness to pull off.
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The good folks at Gizmodo have made a list of thirty limited-edition toys that will only be sold at Comic-Con this year. Among the best are a bust of a bloodied Neville Longbottom with the Sorting Hat, and Scott Pilgrim donning a winter jacket and wielding a katana.
My personal favourite is the Gay Empire Lavender Guard: Asking AND Telling Edition. Which goes for $69. You couldn't make up something like this if you tried.
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