Hmmm. I had forgotten that. That'd be neat, if true.
Also, what the hell does this scene mean then?
So, Howard Stark and SHIELD found the Tesseract after Cap freezes in TFA.
So that means that Mar-Vell stole it (?) sometime after and used it to create the Lightspeed Drive? Was nobody on Earth looking for it? Wouldn't have SHIELD wanted to know where it had gone?
We need an official Tesseract timeline updated.
Earth > Red Skull > Stark and SHIELD > Mar-Vell(?) > On-Board with Skrulls > Inside Goose > SHIELD again > Loki > Asgard > Thanos
Yeah that's what I assumed it was. The movie doesn't really do a good job explaining the MacGuffin.I got from it that the hyperdrive is a new thing where you can basicly go anywhere you want because for now you are restricted by the portals that are located on fixed postion and the big advantage of the Skrull would be that you can go whereever you want while with only having the portals you have to be somewhere first before you can jump to there
Guess that makes sense.Wouldn't this just mean that Project Pegasus took it to utilize for experimental R&D with Lawson most likely knowing what she was playing with more than humans at the time. The Project is shut down so she does one last ditch flight which fails and the government assumed it's destroyed until Fury gets it back.
Civil War.So I’m now watching Ant Man and the Wasp for the first time.
It’s been a long while since the first released and I recall little, so why aren’t the Pyms on speaking terms with Rudd? I coulda sworn Hope and Scott were starting a fling and she was getting her prototype suit ready? Am I misremembering something?
We never did find out who was purchasing Avengers Tower in Homecoming...https://www.google.com/amp/s/variety.com/2019/biz/news/disney-march-20-close-21st-century-fox-acquisition-1203161135/amp/
Can't wait for the post-credits scenes of "Far From Home"
I heard a rumor somewhere that Marvel was asking Sony to leave the green goblin alone, since they had plans for Norman Osborn. So I guess we'll see.