Yeah, I definitely studied apes. It’s funny because when I first started trying to play an ape, way back in 2000 [for Tim Burton's Planet of the Apes remake], I was kind of imitating what they do. And it was like, "This is not working. What is it?" Then I got to play with these two chimps, Jacob and Jonah, they were 4 and 5 years old, and it was like, oh my God, they’re just open and real and honest and they’re not head-driven. They’re not socially conditioned like we are. I think that is something that, while they have an awareness on an innate level, it is not like this idea of how our identity is all fake. It’s all . If you can let go of that and just absorb yourself in what you’re doing, you’re truly being present. So that is the biggest challenge in playing an ape: letting go of all the bullshit. It’s so therapeutic. I’d like to take that philosophy and apply it to all my characters.
Marvel Studios have a ways to go yet before making this level of integration an ongoing thing. Thor: Ragnarok later this year sees Thor and Hulk come together, but this is all in service of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers 4 . All the various story strands are being brought together so they can be tied up at once. Having the entire line of films be fuelled by characters intersecting from one adventure to the next will be difficult with the limitations of film-making. After getting the contracts sorted, there’s also the task of writing the films so that no-one is left under-used or undermined. The MCU is only getting bigger and more complex and with that comes more difficult creative choices. Homecoming is a reassurance that for the foreseeable future, Marvel Studios know exactly what they’re doing.
Jacob then transported his family and flocks across the ford Jabbok by night, then recrossed back to send over his possessions, being left alone in communion with God. There, a mysterious being appeared ("man", Genesis 32:24, 28; or "God", Genesis 32:28, 30, Hosea 12:3, 5; or "angel", Hosea 12:4), and the two wrestled until daybreak. When the being saw that he did not overpower Jacob, he touched Jacob on the sinew of his thigh (the gid hanasheh , גיד הנשה), and, as a result, Jacob developed a limp (Genesis 32:31). Because of this, "to this day the people of Israel do not eat the sinew of the thigh that is on the hip socket" ( Genesis 32:32 ). This incident is the source of the mitzvah of porging.