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Another day, and another myriad of murmurs swirling around Marvel Cinematic Universe have captured the attention and imagination of fans everywhere. An interesting thought ponders whether every Marvel movie will be released since then Blade it’s technically part of the MCU, while it was leaked Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania The trailer is sending fear into Scott Lang supporters everywhere, and other 20th Century Fox alumni are expressing interest in Deadpool 3.
Every Marvel movie is post-Blade technically part of the MCU?
A very curious question was recently asked by a Marvel fan who asked if the returns of Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman as variations on Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Deadpool 3 shot the entire 13-film 20th Century Fox X Men part of the MCU series by osmosis.
Taking things a step further, the debate asked whether favorites like Wesley Snipes’ Blade, Ben Affleck’s Daredevil, Nicolas Cage’s Ghost Rider, Thomas Jane and Ray Stevenson’s Punishers and Tim Story’s Fantastic Four had the same treatment. almost one of them has (or will have) a 616 doppelganger.
This would give Kevin Feige a multi-dimensional monopoly on basically anything Marvel-related since 1998, regardless of whether anything that happened in any of those movies is either directly or indirectly mentioned or acknowledged as being connected to the official MCU canon in any way . , which is shocking to think about.
Surely they won’t kill the sexiest man alive?
Having already been very concerned when something as innocuous as a lo-res script made the rounds online after D23, hearts have officially gone into mouths after the leak of the entire Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania trailer shown “exclusively” to D23 attendees… and now to anyone with an internet connection.
There is a real concern that Scott Lang could meet his maker when he dares to defy Kang the Conqueror, but fingers are crossed that reigning Sexiest Man Alive Paul Rudd will at least survive until Avengers: The Kang Dynastyeven if scores may need to be settled first Secret Wars if he escapes alive from his own threequel.
Other Deadpool veteran wants to enter the triquel
There are no new castings for Deadpool 3 is getting closer to Hugh Jackman’s spectacular return as Wolverine, but the first chapter’s villain Ed Skrein has admitted he’d be happy to reprise his role as Ajax when Marvel Studios comes knocking.
He says he’s more than happy to leave it at that and be done with it, but he’s well versed in the mythology of evil and well aware that good Francis has cheated death once before to become a thorn in Wade Wilson’s side. again, he might end up waiting by the phone just in case.
Be sure to check back tomorrow for another day roundup of all things Marvel, because the train never stops rolling.
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