If there was one person we thought we could count on to keep Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania plot details under the baseball cap is Kevin Feige, and yet the Miracle The boss himself went and spoiled everything about Kang’s role in the film. Meanwhile, as far as official releases go, the latest look at the upcoming film reveals the power behind the throne of evil. Or, more precisely, the power that is his throne. Upset? Don’t worry, Kevin has you covered.
Young Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania The image offers a first look at Kang’s Chair Time
Concession of Empire Magazinea new promo image for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania has dropped and is a must-see for anyone looking forward to the threequel getting here as it reveals our first look at a new device that could be hugely important to the MCU going forward. Namely, Kang’s Time Chair, the chronic conqueror’s handy portable throne that allows him to travel back and forth through history. But if that’s the case, then why is he stuck in the Quantum Realm in this movie? Well, here is your answer…
Kevin Feige, of all people, just ruined everything you were wondering about Kang, a month too early
As president of the notoriously spoiler-ridden studio, Kevin Feige could usually beat a politician to give as noncommittal an answer as possible, and yet in a new interview with Empire, he left and spoiled his plot Quantum mania more than a month earlier. Specifically, Feige revealed pretty much exactly what’s going on with Jonathan Majors’ villain bribing Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang to get him something. as seen in the recent trailer, thereby ruining both his motivations and the arc in the film. Kevin, we are shocked!
There is a crossover that would break the MCU multiverse and take place entirely within Secret Wars
Sequel to Patrick Stewart Doctor Strange 2 cameo and me Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine will return Deadpool 3, we can be sure that the MCU and Fox’s X-Men franchise exist in the same universe. And yet still crash The fans are going crazy right now after realizing that the fundamentally different and conflicting depictions of time travel in these two sets of films surely mean that they cannot be part of the same reality. Someone get Hank McCoy and Bruce Banner in a room together so they can sort this mess out.
She-Hulk is officially a better superhero series than The boysand, boy, are some people crazy
And, last but not least, we must say congratulations Ms. Marvel for claiming the top spot in Rotten Tomatoes’ official ranking of the best superhero TV shows of 2022. And in second place happens to be another Marvel Studios series, She-Hulk: Lawyer. That’s right, the highly divisive legal comedy is officially a superior product to what they look like The boys and Peacemaker. So you can be sure that the internet has reacted an extremely calm and respectful manner in the wake of RT’s list. Yes, that’s a claim that Jennifer Walters wouldn’t allow to stand in court.
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