Did You Notice These 9 Hidden Things In Superhero Movies?
(1 of 9) The Amazing Spider-Man 2
I'm sure when you think of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, you think of the death of Gwen Stacy. Gwen’s death was very tragic and unforgettable as fans would have hoped, with an easter egg every bit as fitting. As the clock’s gears hit the ground, the hands spin to read 1:21. As in Issue #121, “The Night Gwen Stacy Died.”
(2 of 9) Captain America: The First Avenger
The Captain America series made actor Chris Evans a household name, but before Cap, Evans played the Human Torch Fantastic Four. As you know that movie was awful, and the studio couldn’t resist a joke at Johnny Storm’s expense, including a version of the original Human Torch costume in the World Exposition visited in The First Avenger‘s opening act.
(3 Of 9) Man Of Steel
The special effects team on Man of Steel had the idea of showing that Batman was already a pop culture icon in Metropolis. In the scene where Zod first discovers his heat vision, he causes a skyscraper to fall apart around Superman. It’s just then that a poster in one of the cubicles can be seen, reading “Keep Calm and Call Batman.”