Due to FOX’s strict censorship of violence in cartoons of the 1990s, Spider-Man only threw three punches in the entire four-year run of ‘Spider-Man: The Animated Series.’
27. Some of the sound effect used for Tony Stark’s armor in the ‘Iron Man’ film series originate from 8-bit video games, such as the cannon fire from ‘Space Invaders’ being used as JARVIS’ target lock.
28. ‘Thor’ was originally planned to be a made-for-television film set to air on UPN, starring professional wrestler Tyler Mane.
29. The very first draft of the ‘Iron Man’ film script revealed that Tony Stark built mechanical tentacles for a scientist in New York, a reference to the ‘Spider-Man’ villain Doctor Octopus.
30. Chris Hemsworth was originally rejected for the part of the title character early on in the casting process for the 2011 ‘Thor’ movie. He was reconsidered only after his younger brother Liam was nixed further along in the process.
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32. Deadpool’s healing factor is much more powerful than that of Wolverine or the Hulk. While he can survive a nuclear blast, which Wolverine and the Hulk have also done, Deadpool can reattach his head after decapitation, live in the vacuum of space(though he still wears spacesuits to “look cool”), and claims he can survive being thrown into a supernova.
33. Despite Netflix’s Luke Cage television series and Captain America: Civil War both being released in 2016, and set in the same cinematic continuity, Alfre Woodard appears in both as two unrelated yet significant characters. In Luke Cage, Woodard appears as primary antagonist Mariah Dillard, while in Captain America: Civil War, she portrays Miriam Sharpe, the woman that convinces Tony Stark that the Avengers do more harm than good.
34. Deadpool makes a series of 4522 educational trading cards called “Deadpool’s Guide to Super Villains,” which includes pictures, backstories, and fourth-wall-breaking trivia that he provides to new superheroes. This is supplemented by "Deadpool’s Guide to Super Villains Super Accessories,” a series of 1622 appendix cards featuring different villain’s methods of transportation.
35. Deadpool described himself as "Ryan Reynolds crossed with a shar-pei" in a 2004 comic book series, leading Reynolds to believe he was destined for the role.