Courtesy of The Daily Mail, we get a look at Emma Stone wearing a purple dress, mint-green coat and thigh-high boots, an ensemble hauntingly similar to the one her character wore in 1973′s The Amazing Spider-Man #121, which famously ended with Gwen Stacy dying after being hurled by the Green Goblin from the top of either the Brooklyn Bridge or George Washington Bridge (depending whether you believe the art or the text).
Why does The Mandarin have a Captain America tattoo on the back of his neck in the Iron Man 3 trailer?
RIP Professor X.
We have no plans to resurrect him, he is gone, and there’s no potential of Professor X stepping into what looks to be a leadership vacuum in the X-Men. Who’s going to lead the X-Men when this is over? Will people want Scott to lead them? Is it going to be Logan? Don’t assume. Will it be Hope? She’s a young girl. Will she be around? What will mutants’ role be in the Marvel Universe post-AvX, without having Professor X as the guiding hand of stability?
We could have done it without killing anyone. But it made sense. This is more than just a set piece we use in AvX; it enriches the story when you see son kill father. We wouldn’t have done it if we didn’t think it created an interesting dynamic for the future, and where we’re headed.