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Wanda Maximoff “The Scarlett Witch”, Could Beat Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, and Captain America For The Title Of, “The Strongest Avenger”!
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has brought comic fans, movie fans, action fans, and people looking for entertainment over a decade of incredible action, incredible movies, and incredible stars. We will forever remember the moments that awed us, brought our hands together in applause, caused us to break out laughing, and even those that brought a few tears in a crowded room. From Iron Man to the Endgame, millions and millions of fans followed the movies with anxious anticipation for the next one starting to grow before the end credit scenes finished playing. Marvel, as a matter of fact, took the end scenes and made them into something that holds people in their seats, incapable of moving before they know what that scene is about, and then to the end of the credits for that final scene. The MCU changed the world of movies and left an indelible mark on culture.
Meet The Marvels!: All The Major Marvel Comics Heroes Who Have Used A 'Marvel' Codename
Fans were delighted recently when Marvel Studios dropped a surprise sizzle reel, both celebrating their past successes, and revealing new release dates and titles for their upcoming films.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Many people loved the movie Black Panther in no small part due to the performance of Chadwick Boseman. From his first appearance in Captain America: Civil War, through his own film, the Avengers films, and the upcoming What If? Series on Disney +, Boseman owned the role. Not only was he an excellent actor, he also had the look and the presence to carry the role as the King of Wakanda and superhero Avenger.
Chadwick Boseman, the Black Panther, King T'Challa of Wakanda in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, may be the hardest of losses to the Marvel Universe as well as to fans of the movies. There's no question that Black Panther broke records. There's no question that Black Panther was a legacy-defining hit that won't soon if ever, be forgotten. It was no surprise that Marvel put the plans for Black Panther 2 on hold after the shocking death of its' lead actor, Chadwick Boseman. Now that it's in development again, we are just now starting to learn details of the anxiously awaited Black Panther 2.
Thor's 10 Year MCU Journey
On May 2nd, 2011, the God of Thunder debuted in his first solo film Thor. That means that this past Sunday, May 2 2021, was his 10 year anniversary of joining this now highly successful franchise.
Five MCU Actors Who Originally Auditioned For Entirely Different Characters
Over the course of twenty-three widely loved films, and now two smash hit television series, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has built one of the best casts of any franchise, possibly of all time. Beginning with Robert Downey Jr's now iconic role as Tony Stark, all the way down to Kathryn Hahn's recent memorable turn as Agatha Harkness in WandaVision, the MCU has rarely dealt with any significant missteps with it's casting decisions.
Scenery mirrors on the passing vehicles and warps to the curvature of their frame, while lines of morning sunlight sneak through the gaps between buildings and trees. She leans into the car door with her chin in her palm, eyes squinting when the light plays peek-a-boo as her mother drives her to school. Her eyelashes catch her black bangs that lay down over her forehead as she deflects the suns rays that catch her green eyes gaze. 'Another new school, great.' She rolls her eyes as this thought crosses her mind. 'It's just another set of people who will immediately decide that I'm not worth anything, except to tease for their amusement of course.' She took a deep breath.
'Avengers: Endgame': A Look At The Most Well-Known Deleted Scenes, And How They Would Have Affected The MCU
This month marks two years since the MCU spectacle Avengers: Endgame hit theatres. The film was the culmination of nearly ten years worth of storylines, bringing a satisfying close to the first three phases of the MCU, while also setting up plenty of new stories to ensure the MCU continues well into the future.
B.S.D. Broken, Shattered, Destroyed
Sitting still on the couch with a hand on his ear was a little brown boy with a round nose and heavy brown eyes waving back at Amar. Amar walked over to the little boy "What's good." said Amar. No response came from the little boy. "You gonna be alright here. Just don’t eat anything in my room and we’ll be cool," said Amar. Nho put one fist up to Amar. "Bet, contracts in effect," replied Amar. "Great whose ready for Rasta Pasta!" asked Mr. Cash. "Rasta pasta you say? Oooh, Nho you best hope I don’t eat it all." Walking out of the kitchen with two bowls of Rasta pasta Amar gave a bowl to Nho. "Amar are you ready?" asked Mrs. Cash. "Ready for what?" "The next surprise. Were moving out of Thurnford into Red Canshal city. Don't worry it's after your senior year of high school," said Mrs. Cash. Chewing with a mouth full of Rasta Pasta Amar looked up at his mother. "I'll wait till your done. Glad you got manners would've popped you two if you spoke to me with a mouth full of food," replied Mrs. Cash. "Lucky I hesitated. Sounds good, wasn’t trying to make new friends for a year then be out. Making friends ain't easy." said Amar.
Why The Falcon and The Winter Solider was Necessary For the MCU to move Forward
Friday April 23rd, 2021 marks the day that the finale for Disney+'s original Marvel TV show, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, was released. As most MCU content is, this show was action packed and emotional. Although the Marvel's shows are made intentionally so that someone who doesn't have Disney+ wouldn't need to watch them to enjoy the later films, the content provided in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier enhances the audience's perception of these characters and will contribute to the overall viewing experience.
The Animal Instinct
The Animal Instinct Jedidiah Theodore Heston wakes up suddenly in the middle of a tropical forest. He looks all around to see he is alone or at least appears to be. The man closes his eyes and clenches every muscle in his body. Before too long, his nose turns into a pig's nose, and he starts taking great whiffs of the area around him. Foragers use pigs and dogs for hunting down rare truffle mushrooms, so Jedidiah, Jed for short, figured it was the best option to emulate to see if he could smell anybody nearby. A scent-based search yielded no other humans but a lot of interesting smells.
What if Sharon Carter has always been the Power Broker.
In a previous article I expressed some distaste for the implementation of Sharon Carter in Falcon and the Winter Soldier. It stemmed from how her path to evil began with her being seemingly abandoned by Steve Rogers after Civil War and how I felt that was inconsistent with Steve's character, defined as a person who always comes through for his friends, see Bucky and the other avengers stuck on the raft. I could only conclude that Steve could not find her because she did not want to be found and I did not feel like that sentiment was earned considering how little time they were separated before the events of infinity war. If she was not turn to dust in the snap, surely Steve could have used her expertise if nothing else to help during the crisis. Also the time frame feels really tight for her to leave the US and become the dominate force in Mandripore. I know she is portrayed as very capable, but that is a heck of a feat. Or is it? What if she had more time and a little help setting up her contacts? As she walked down the stairs after the hearing during the post credit scene in Falcon and the Winter Soldier a thought struck me, could she have been the Power Broker all along?