Are you a gay single who loves Marvel movies, and would love to connect with someone with similar tastes? Have you been unsuccessful in meeting anyone compatible in traditional offline settings? You must try online dating. Signing up to a website or app for gays will introduce you to a diverse cross-section of prospective partners. There are even specialized review services that will provide you with comprehensive information about different aspects of sites in gay nerd dating segment. Once you sign up for one of these, you’ll find a wide choice of fellow Marvel buffs! Once you’ve tracked them down, you can exchange direct messages or even arrange video chats where you could chat about your favourite films. Here are five classic Marvel titles to arrange to watch together.
Your first choice for your Marvel date night is a classic of the genre. Starring the ever-dependable and versatile English actor Tom Hardy, this tells the story of a down-at-heel journalist. While investigating dubious scientific experiments, he is unwittingly merged with a symbiotic alien. The result: lethal abilities. A massive success at the box office, Hardy exudes tender charm and masculinity in equal measures. You’ll both be captivated by the way Venom’s rage explodes across the screen, making his enemies squirm. The fact his superpowers are new to him, meaning he has to try his best to harness their volatile potential, will have you on the edge of your seats!
To describe this Marvel-based movie as a juggernaut would be one of the understatements of the century. For a basic budget of $350 million, Endgame has gone on to generate almost $2.8 billion at the box office. Revel in the all-star cast of Marvel superheroes, including Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jnr, Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, Chris Evans, and many more, while the gripping storyline of the surviving Avengers assembling to reverse the worldwide destruction caused by the evil Thanos (Josh Brolin) will keep you glued to the screen for over three hours of nail-biting bliss!
Ajax is a scientist with little interest in performing ethical experiments. Instead, he uses a cancer victim (Ryan Reynolds) as the guinea pig for his ludicrous attempts to cure cancer, resulting in leaving his victim disfigured, and seeking revenge. In the Marvel original, Deadpool first appeared as a villain, only to become a superhero. In Deadpool, his character is ambiguous, but the way he also breaks the fourth wall by giving knowing looks to the audience is extremely entertaining!
The Dark Knight
This Christopher Nolan-directed version of the Caped Crusader is widely acknowledged as one of the most memorable outings. The late Heath Ledger steals the show as batman’s nemesis, Joker, while Christian Bale also puts in a fine performance as everyone’s favorite bat-winged crime fighter. Michael Caine, Gary Oldman, Morgan Freeman and Maggie Gyllenhaal also co-star in this thrilling caper, but center-stage is the battle between Batman and Joker to determine Gotham’s City’s fate.
Described in publicity posters as ‘an airborne Indiana Jones,’ The Rocketeer was first released 30 years ago to indifferent reviews. But this Marvel-based film would neatly fall under the heading ‘forgotten gems.’ Its tale of a handsome young stunt pilot (Billy Campbell), discovering a rocket pack with the power to alter the course of World War 2 does indeed share many ingredients of Spielberg’s Indiana Jones franchise: superb action sequences, a glamorous co-star (Jennifer Connolly), and dastardly Nazis, but its recreation of 1930s Hollywood is ever more impressive. The attention to detail in the art-deco design is captivating, while there are also cameos for actors playing Clark Gable and WC Fields. A rollicking adventure – the perfect climax for date night!