Marvel Studios

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Started 4 weeks ago

Petition to Marvel Studios

Avengers Endgame Alternate Ending

Since Avengers Infinity War came out that fateful day in March 2018, I have had a dream. A dream where Paul Rudd, portraying the already popular and beloved Ant-Man could be the one to defeat Thanos at the end of the next Avengers film. Specifically, I feel that he needs to do what fans have all agreed would be the proper way to end the film and possibly the Avengers franchise. Ant-Man, played by Paul Rudd and backed by the best animated visual effects should shrink down to a near microscopic size and climb into the main antagonist's giant purple anus. From within, he would climb up Thanos' rectum with the Avengers iconic theme playing in the background. Once he has climbed far enough, Paul Rudd's Scott Lang would then grow to a gargantuan size, killing the Mad Titan in an instant. I believe that this late into post-production, it is unlikely we will see this ending come to fruition. However, I believe there is enough interest in the online community and among Marvel's to see this ending with the big-budget, blockbuster treatment it deserves. That is why I would like to propose an alternate ending to the film available with DVD and Blu-ray copies of the film. This could be marketed as an unrated alternate ending, which in these times of streaming services and video on demand would make buying the physical copy of the film that much more alluring. Please support this petition so we can get a proper representation a glorious climax to an amazing saga in the form it should most definitely be seen.

Tyler Comeau
54 supporters
Started 1 month ago

Petition to Marvel

Make "Captain Marvel" the First Openly Gay Marvel Superhero

In a recent interview at the red carpet premiere for the new Marvel, female-led superhero film "Captain Marvel," Marvels head producer, Victoria Alonso, commented that "the world was ready" for the Marvel franchise to finally feature a gay superhero in the spotlight. Unfortunately, after sitting through the 2-hour absolute whirlwind thriller of a superhero movie that was "Captain Marvel," the beautifully witty and undoubtedly most powerful soon-to-be Avenger, Carol Danvers, is in fact, not that gay superhero.  I can't be surprised. In the eleven years that Marvel has dominated both the superhero and all around movie industry, there has not been a single gay character in a Marvel Movie. Not even a bisexual one. Jeri Hogarth from the now deceased Jessica Jones series is the only example of a gay character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe I can think of, and her gender was just flipped from the comics, so it kind of feels like cheating. Whereas DC, however lack-luster their cinematic universe may present, has had a hefty handful of openly LGBTQ+ superhero characters (Captain Cold, The Rey, Sara Lance, etc.) appear throughout their wide-spread TV and cinematic universe. So what on Earth (or multiple Earths) has taken Marvel this long?  The short answer? I have no idea. While Marvel has been winning the superhero game for the past decade, it's diversity game is unfortunately remarkably weak. With the exception of Black Panther, Marvel has been exploiting the likeliness of white, male, straight superheroes for far too long. So, here's the solution. Captain Marvel doesn't have a love interest in her stand-alone movie, and I am definitely not asking for her to get one in "Avengers: Endgame," but who would it hurt to give Carol Danvers a female love interest, or even the suggestion of one, in her (probable) sequel? Absolutely no one.  Now I'm not saying that Captain Marvel didn't already make a ginormous wave. For a 19-year-old girl, Captain Marvel inspired me beyond measure. In that theater earlier tonight, I was amazed, shocked, and quite frankly hurt that it took this long for a movie of this caliber with such a powerhouse of a woman lead to be made by Marvel. Where was this movie when I was 12?  So, I am asking that Marvel takes this already marvelous character and take it a step further: make Carol Danvers the first openly gay, or even bisexual, Marvel Cinematic Universe character. I am asking that Marvel decides to not only inspire young girls with a character as strong and as likable as Captain Marvel but to inspire young queer girls, too. Show young girls and boys around the world that superheroes come in all shapes and sizes, and much like Captain Marvel, that we are all capable of achieving anything.  The Avengers franchise is ending, but there is still a new audience worth inspiring, Marvel. I am asking Victoria Alonso directly to allow Carol Danvers to be the first LGBTQ+ Marvel superhero. The world is ready, Mrs. Alonso. We're ready for Captain Marvel to be gay. 

Louise Green
25 supporters
Update posted 2 months ago

Petition to Netflix, Walt Disney, Marvel

Save The Punisher! #SavePunisher

ATTENTION: As of 2/18/19 The Punisher has now been officially canceled by Netflix! But that doesn’t mean there isn’t hope! Just as there have been glimmers of hope for the renewals of Daredevil, Luke Cage and Iron Fist, there is still hope that The Punisher will be picked back up in the future. We need to let Marvel and Disney hear our voices now and not let Netflix be the one to unjustly cancel all of the Marvel shows on their lineup! ---------------------------- It's recently been confirmed by Marvel Executive Jeph Loeb that Netflix is entirely responsible for these cancellations and Marvel had no say in the matter. Despite stating that they've been happy with the performance of these shows, Netflix has now washed their hands of all of their Marvel titles, subsequently cutting off ties with company. However, we, as fans, have the power to come together and make our voices heard! Netflix, at this point, is as much of a lost cause as it is for Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and now also Jessica Jones, but Marvel and Disney have the power to save all of these shows - The Punisher included. It is a very high-quality show with many amazing actors and actresses such as Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle, Ben Barnes as Billy Russo, Ebon Moss-Bachrach as David Lieberman and Daredevil alum Deborah Ann Woll as Karen Page. The Punisher has many stories to tell, and it deserves to have them told. The heartbreak of the other fallen Netflix/Marvel shows is still resonating within their fanbases. The odds may not be in our favor, but Frank wouldn't give up the fight for anything, and neither will we!

Heather B
16,302 supporters