We'll eventually get a Young Avengers team, yes. A film? Probably, if the team happens.
^There will be, dw.
I've heard various rumours. Some about a film and others about a separate series and all that. We'll see what comes of it :))
Nothing would happen? I don't quite understand what you want me to say /gen
Didn't know who that guy was. Googled him. Some random Nickelodeon actor that was like eleven when First Avenger released. Now I'm convinced this is a troll post lmao
It's not a bad film, but when put next to some of the MCU's other films, it's subpar.
I'd say a lot of people would agree with me there, so it's pretty fairly rated. If anything, it's slightly over-hated, because, let's be honest, it's not the worst thing that's come out recently.
Never really connected with any of the characters throughout. They didn't use the Deviants well enough and wasted Bill Skarsgård on Kro. Plot was just okay, but not massively memorable. I like that they tried to do something different and I like the flashbacks and the historical references. So there, those are my thoughts. :))
^WandaVision was never going to get a second season. It was always a one season thing and that's never changed.
^Glad I'm not the only one who noticed the unfortunate acronym lmao
^But, it was immediately announced after the finale that it would receive a second season.
Also, there were rumours of a second season before the first one came out?
He's in a relatively forgettable film compared to others in the MCU imo. But, he's a good actor. I'm not really gonna be forthright and say I prefer one Hulk actor over the other because I like both of their portrayals for different reasons.
As of right now, TFATWS and Hawkeye are unlikely to get a second season as they're both labelled as limited series.
^I agree. We just don't know at the moment.
He nails pretty much every role. Doctor Strange is no exception :)
^But the difference there is that they didn't adapt Marlene for the MCU. They created an entirely new character instead of just making her Egyptian. It connects her to what's going on more.
Agree to disagree lmao
This isn't gonna reach a conclusion, so I'm just gonna end it on my behalf here.
The Ancient One
@LunchGoddess If you read what I said, I said if a gender swap doesn't affect the core of the character it shouldn't matter.
A lot of Scarlet Witch's character revolves around her family and her being a mother.
Black Widow's character is a female assassin who was trafficked and taken advantage of from a young age. She uses her gender to her advantage.
Plus, Scarlet Scarab is a lesser known character. Black Widow and Scarlet Witch were already pretty popular comic characters before they were adapted.
@LunchGoddess I just don't see an issue with that. She's Egyptian- so what? It makes more sense in the context of the show. It brings representation to a different group of people.
They made a pretty unknown Marvel character like Scarlet Scarab mainstream without forcing an entirely new character into the plot. If a gender swap doesn't affect the real core and meaning of the character- which in this case is to be a protector of Egypt- it shouldn't matter.
Seems like a lot of your complaints about the MCU in general are comic inaccuracies. It's not going to be completely accurate to the comics because sometimes things have to change to be more relevant to the situation and storyline they're presenting and the world today.
I completely disagree. I loved the finale. My second favourite MCU tv series so far. (Agents of SHIELD takes that imo)