I was kinda under the impression that 'latin-America' was a kind of blanket description for all the countries in the Americas that had been subjugated by the Spanish or Portugese.
Man, for a country to be subjugated one shall exist before subjugation. And as far as i remember there was no state on territory of Brazil before colonization, unlike, say, case of Mexica and Aztec empire... Of course modern mexicans are hardly aztecs in any way except distant ancestory of some of them, but i think you get the point.
Sad. I don't really want Michael B Jordan as Superman, I can't see him pulling off Clark Kent and I can't see him as a heroic type.
We have two examples of Michael B Jordan in comic movies. In F4 he was playing white Human Torch and this movie was horrible. In Black Panther he was playing black Killmonger and this movie was good. Go figure.
I'm gonna say it. Red Skull. Admittedly it's been a while since I've seen Spider-Man 2, but from what I remember, Skull was a perfect antithesis to Rogers. Where Rogers was noble, Skull was tyrannical. Where Rogers was selfless, Skull was selfish. Where Rogers was humble and respectful, Skull was ambitious and prideful. Power monger vs. kid from Brooklyn.
I watched some clips from Spider-Man 2 to refresh my memory. Doc Ock is scary as f*ck, and though I say this without fully refreshing myself, I want to say that the Doc is a better character than a villain. Once very human, the two things closest to his heart (his wife and his life's work) is upheaved in minutes. His mind is altered by the computer chip that controls his mechanical inventions, which he uses to further his own ambitions and restart his life's work from scratch. In the end, he realized his mistakes and sacrificed himself to save the city.
Again, personally, I think Red Skull is a better antithesis to Rogers than Doctor Octopus is to Spider-Man. That's why I choose Red Skull.