None of them would have survived the snap, at least not with their sanity intact, because I don't think anyone in the Netflix Marvel Universe is capable of comprehending the existence of powers that aren't variations on "punching things really hard."
People really think he’s not gonna get a huge push as Cap lolMen's Health has an article on Anthony Mackie.
“Black Widow is so needed,” she said. “Every one of Black Widow’s fans have been so desperate for it. This story needs to be made. Her story needs to be glorified, and I think everybody’s just ready for it. Whether or not I’m attached, I’m excited to watch it. It’s about women, and it’s got an amazing female director, and there’s this whole story line that hasn’t been done before. And I think people are pumped for it, so I will say that. It’s very exciting for the Marvel Universe. And if I am part of it, if I’m not part of it—God,what a lucky girl.”
If Disney isn't distributing it, is it still paid reviews?Just dropping by to tell y'all that Far From Home is now certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes at 90% with 91 reviews counted #PaidReviews #LooksLikeATVShow #NoSteaks
‘Doctor Strange 2’ is currently in development with Scott Derrickson set to return to direct and C. Robert Cargill set to write the screenplay. We have previously exclusively reported that ‘Doctor Strange 2’ is eyed to begin filming in January 2020 and it seems they have begun to make the first casting steps for the film.
We have learned that they are looking to cast a mid-20s Chinese American male codenamed “WILL” who must be able to do a standard American accent. The film will also wrap in May 2020, this seems to indicate that ‘Doctor Strange 2’ will be one of the three films in 2021 with ‘Shang Chi’ also likely to release in February 2021.
I'm down, but what are the odds they do away with his wings? I wasn't a fan Cap-Sam's comic design.Men's Health has an article on Anthony Mackie.
Speaking to Comicbook.com, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and creative executive Eric Carroll discussed how this cameo almost came to pass, but ended up not making it so the focus on this newest film would be on Spider-Man having to "step up and do it himself."
"We briefly talked about bringing in Falcon as Captain America at the end, like maybe once Peter's arced, and he's sort of like leading the team, like maybe he calls in a favor," Carroll explained. "But we also thought it was really important to the arc of this movie that there not be other Avengers available to Nick Fury or Peter, so he'd have to step up and do it himself."
"Ultimately, Spider-Man: Far From Home is Spider-Man's journey, whether any other heroes appear in it or not. It's all about Peter stepping up," Feige added, "And Peter getting out of the shadow, not just of Tony but of the Avengers in general. Because by the way, he's Spider-Man. He doesn't need to be in the shadow of the Avengers. So other than Maria, and Nick, and Happy, and the emotional presence of Tony... You hear, he asks about Thor. He asks about Doctor Strange and Captain Marvel."
The wings are what makes Falcon a superhero. Without them, he's just a normal military guy with a shield.
It’s not really a spoiler and but is this the first time that marvel acknowledges that spider-man would lead the avengers in phase four? I was always a bit concerned what would happen once holland’s Deal was up.
Kree soldiers are organic material and the Tesseract isn’t and has an infinity stone: that doesn’t seem comparatively digestive. ;)
Pretty sure it will be modern day and we see Monica all grown up as Photon. Not sure where her powers would come from.Kree soldiers are organic material and the Tesseract isn’t and has an infinity stone: that doesn’t seem comparatively digestive. ;)
I also wonder, since Captain Marvel was in the 90s, and the current timeline is at least 30 years in the future, hows that gonna work for Rambeau or her daughter? Another 90s set movie?
Nah, I think spidey will be featured prominently in mcu for the next 10(?) years but he is too young and inexperienced to lead the avengers.