Originally, both movies were going to come out the same day. Then DC dodged to a March date, so BvS comes out before CW. ETA: I'm glad they gave a personal reason for Cap to rebel rather than just political/philosophical. He's trying to save the best friend he ever had, help redeem him. Where as Tony is probably shocked (and hurt) that Cap won't come with him, and then blindsided by Bucky, who has no ties. In Tony's eyes, it's Cap who escalates it to violence. So, Tony brings in a buddy. Then like a school yard fight, both sides force friends to pick sides. Strangely, though, I think I'm looking forward to BvS more than this, even though this will probably be the better film.
The movie was good, but the dynamic of life on the train is interesting to explore. It'd be a cool tv series, as long as they have a set number of seasons in mind. I won't be around for season "We made it to the school car!" four.
I think it's more of a style guide thing, at least here in the States (Strunk & White versus Chicago Manual of Style versus MLA, etc). Is Fowler's Modern English the main British equivalent? Bottom line: your editor will have a preference and enforce it. Focus on your writing.
Spoiler in the trailer? Weird decision... Let me guess: Apocalypse fails and the X-Men win? The best thing they could do is Age of Apocalypse for future X-films. Completely wipe the slate and turn it into a Mad Max type future. Ok, not the "best thing" but it'd be a bold shift since we've already had 6 main X-films in contemporary times.
The board is an efficient editor. I wish I could shave off 30% as well... Re: titles I hear stories all the time about editors renaming books, sometimes for the better and sometimes not. The original title I had for my first novel was The Forgotten Truth, which was the name of the original short story that grew into a (planned) multi-book series. Not flashy, but it fit the overall story of ancient "truths" being forgotten and resurfacing, etc. Years passed, I tinkered and wrote. In the meantime, a series of books came out, one called The Forgotten Truth. So I set about to figuring out a new title (because, you know, that's easier than actually writing ). The new title I came up with (Echoes of Truth) worked much better and I was able to incorporate it all through the manuscript during the rewrites. The notion that the "forgotten truth" wasn't forgotten but clouded by time and lies so it's only remembered an an echo appealed to me.