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Exploring Toxic Motherhood In "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness"
The second Doctor Strange movie, the Multiverse of Madness (MoM), tackles a lot of elements. It serves as not only a vehicle to expand on the multiverse (a real, theoretical concept, if you believe it) where the MCU is now connected to an infinite amount of parallel universes, but an informal introduction to mutants, as well as a sequel to the first Doctor Strange movie and the TV show WandaVision. That's a lot to cover here, but the MCU has always weaved countless threads at once: that's kind of its whole point.
Ranking the Mutants that Could Be Part of the MCU's X-Men
Marvel have made it clear, both the Fantastic Four and the Mutants will be coming to the MCU. The mutant centred film has not officially been named yet, but many suspect it will be the MCU's version of the X-Men arriving. So, this article is written with the assumption it will be the X-Men and this then obviously brings the opportunity for the MCU to introduce both the heroic villainous mutants to go against. So here, we will look at the likely candidate to appear in the upcoming film mutant project at the MCU.
The 10 Best Marvel Movies, and the 10 worst Marvel Movies!
Before Marvel Studios started building its own Marvel Cinematic Universe empire, many studios had already released movies based on Marvel comics. For those of you born in the 1980s, many of you started out with the old X-Men and Spider-Man movies. When The Avengers came out in 2012, more and more people liked Marvel through that movie.
The Eternals -- the least Marvel like movie?
The Everglades is an American action fantasy film produced by Marvel Studios. It is directed by Zhao Ting and stars Richard Madden, Angelina Jolie, Kumel Nanjiani, Ma Dongxi and Salma Hayek. The film tells the story of the eternal race and the abnormal race, which have been fighting each other since millions of years ago when the cosmic creatures called "god" created them. The film will be released in the US on November 5, 2021.
Marvel's biggest superhero headache, he will not be joining the marvel movie!
April 1939. In a landmark moment for Marvel, the first marvel superhero, Namor the Sea King, is born. A fiery and aggressive sea Lord, Namor is not averse to assisting the overland world, but he will not keep peace when the natives invade his home. Extremely irritable personality, so namor has become the ground people love to hate meta-human.
Why Superheroes vs. Superheroes Works in Comics and Not in Film
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Captain America: Civil War, and Injustice.
Ranking the Candidates for the MCU's Young Avengers
The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to grow, and new heroes are appearing in ever show and film within the franchise. One thing that is becoming clear are Marvel moving towards the Young Avengers forming. This is due to how many are already appearing within the MCU and are proving popular with fans. So here, we will rank the young heroes to be on the team in the comics and the young heroes in the MCU and rank them out of ten of the likelihood of them being one of the founding members. From here be warned, spoilers will be discussed within the recent releases of the MCU.
Does The 'Thor: Love and Thunder Post-Credits Scene Provide Hope For A Certain Character's MCU Future?
WARNING! SPOILERS for Thor: Love and Thunder. After a long wait for fans, the eagerly awaited film Thor: Love and Thunder has hit theatres. While the film is performing well at the box office, with the highest grossing opening weekend of all four Thor films, Love and Thunder is receiving mixed reviews from both fans and critics, with one common viewpoint being that the film failed to balance it's humour with more serious, emotionally driven moments as well as the previous entry in the series, Thor: Ragnarok.
Movie Review: 'Thor Love and Thunder' is a Mixed Bag
What is it about the Guardians of the Galaxy that no director other than James Gunn can get the voice of the Guardians right? The Guardians of the Galaxy show up in the opening act of Thor Love and Thunder and they appear, for some inexplicable reason, like off brand versions of the characters we love. I had the same feeling about the Guardians of the Galaxy as they were directed by the Russo Brothers in Avengers Infinity War and Avengers Endgame, the Guardians just never sounded right.
Did Doctor Strange Orchestrate the Death of Ironman in the MCU?
Warning, this article will feature spoilers from Marvel's MCU. Only continue if you have watched up to Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness.
Everything You Need to Know About Gorr: The God Butcher Before Watching Thor Love and Thunder
What Abilities Does Gorr the God Butcher Possess? His name, after all, is probably a decent indicator. Gorr the God Butcher has no qualms about slaughtering gods. He is extremely powerful and wields the All-Black the Necrosword weapon. The sword was created by Knull, a primordial deity who was also the creator of the symbiotes, in the current continuity. You know, the aliens that initially appeared as Spider-black Man's costume and then transformed into Venom. Gorr's abilities and god-killing sword may remind you of the infamous symbiote villain. Gorr the God Butcher's robe of tendrils, as well as his shifting obsidian sword, can slay any divinity, including Asgardians.
Multiverse Of Madness: One Small Detail Brings Hope For The Future Of Wanda's Kids
As everyone who has seen the film will know, the main motivation of the Darkhold-corrupted Wanda Maximoff in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is to steal America Chavez's universe hopping powers so she can find a world where she can live happily with her children, Tommy and Billy. Strange's attempt to dissuade the Scarlet Witch from her plan by reminding her that the boys don't exist is immediately shot down by the reveal that they exist in every universe, except the core MCU.