Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! While you’ve probably already stuffed yourself with turkey and all the trimmings, hopefully you’ve saved room for a side of delicious Miracle News. To whet your appetite, we may have learned the one character who could best Captain Marvel, while fans are convinced Chris Hemsworth is hiding the truth about how he really feels about Thor. There’s plenty more where these bites came from, so let’s dig.
This neglected hero could be the only Marvel character who can beat Captain Marvel in a fight
There is no one in the MCU more powerful than Captain Marvel, right? Probably not, but it turns out Marvel has already revealed the unique character who could potentially go toe-to-toe with Carol Danvers in a fight. Producer Nate Moore has previously admitted that he believes Angelina Jolie’s Thena, as featured in the Eternal ones, may be able to take on the former pilot thanks to her superior fighting skills she has accumulated over millennia. How exactly she would handle Carol’s binary form, however, remains to be seen.
Chris Hemsworth has convinced conspiracy theorists that he secretly hates it Thor: Love and Thunder
Chris Hemsworth has suddenly taken a sharp left turn when it comes to his feelings about returning as Thor. Previously, the Aussie hunk was fully on the Taika Waititi hype train, but now strongly suggests only one would do Thor 5 if it had a very different tone than the last two films starring the Asgardian Avenger. That’s enough to convince the fans he secretly hates Thor: Love and Thunder whatever they do. While we’re on the subject…
Taika Waititi is experiencing his own Ragnarok as MCU fans turn on him
Yes, Marvel fans’ current favorite punching bag is one of their former heroes. Waititi was once hailed as the savior of the MCU thanks to Thor: Ragnarokbut Love and thunder it certainly failed to regain the same kind of recognition. In fact, is often blown up on the internet, with Waititi being accused of stuffing it with his trademark goofy humor and losing the good stuff in the process. At least his next film won’t be anything like that Love and thunder, by the man’s own admission.
James Gunn talks about the pressure to give a definitive ending to Guardians of the Galaxy
This Thanksgiving also marks his eve The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special, the MCU’s penultimate attempt to star the team of cosmic misfits. In view of next May Vol. 3 bringing the adventures of the gang to an end, James Gunn opened up about the pressure he felt to bring their journeys to a satisfying—yet definitive—end. We still have a few months to find out if he’s successful, but Gunn has promised to put his all into the highly anticipated threequel. Let’s hope we don’t have any more Love and thunder in our hands.
Come back tomorrow, Taika terrors, for another helping of the latest Marvel news.
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