Speaking of Thor 2, at the end of that movie, the old, wise father figure played by a respected actor (Anthony Hopkins as Odin) is revealed to be evil, which was a shocking plot twist ... that we'd seen before in Iron Man with Jeff Bridges, and that we already saw again in Captain America 2 with Robert Redford. Hey, wonder what Michael Douglas' heroic character in Ant-Man will do?
Then again, in these movies, good guys turn bad all over the place. So far, there's Hawkeye in The Avengers, not one but two old acquaintances of Tony in Iron Man 3, and Bucky in Captain America 2. Hell, half of S.H.I.E.L.D. turned out to be evil in that movie, although we probably should have seen that one coming, considering that they've been caught pulling shady stuff in every movie they've appeared in. If there's one twist Marvel has successfully pulled off, it's convincing the audience that the dude with the eye patch and the goatee is somehow trustworthy.
Pictured: Someone a cat away from being a Bond villain.
As for Marvel's actual supervillains, they're the opposite: They actually want to get caught. Loki did it in The Avengers, Mickey Rourke intentionally went to prison in Iron Man 2, and even that Nazi computer guy in Captain America 2 lured the heroes in by getting caught. We'd tell Marvel to maybe take a little more time with their scripts, but we know that's not gonna happen, because ...