An interesting little tidbit that fans will immediately notice is that someone new is voicing the Black Panther in this series, and it isn't Letitia Wright's Shuri that took over the mantle in Wakanda Forever.
From the look of things it seems like Marvel’s latest film The Marvels is going to struggle something serious as it’s pre-sales for movie tickets trail those of both The Flash and Black Adam, which both went on to bomb ridiculously at the box office.
Still, how this all unfolds is anyone's guess as their has been talks of the MCU getting a reboot at the end of The Avengers: Secret Wars which will lead to a new MCU which will feature The Avengers along with The X-Men, Fantastic Four and Spider-Man all in the same reality.
Day 3 of New York Comic Con 2023 came and went; you guessed it, there was more cosplay to take in.
In the latest trailer, we finally get to see who the three-woman team will be taking on as they become familiar with The Annihilators and their Kree General, Dar-Benn.
The Black Panther video game is officially happening!
With human help from the likes of Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders), G'iah (Emilia Clarke) and maybe even War Machine (Don Cheadle), Nick Fury seems to have his work cut out for him as he looks to take on an entire alien race with powers that his everyday firearm can't compete with.
So far Marvel Studios has been tightlipped about the actual plot of the film and who the main villain will be. And unfortunately for fans, the trailer doesn't provide any intel or even clues as to who'll the super-powered trio will be taking on.
While everyone is asking "where are the Avengers?" Nick bluntly states "This war is one I have to fight, alone" as it's a personal matter to him. Why does he feel this is all on him? Guess we'll have to wait and find out.
With the success of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania, the MCU once again seems to be back on track for a successful run and are hoping to make their upcoming Thunderbolts movie it’s latest blockbuster hit by adding another familiar face to it’s growing roster.
We knew that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever would do big numbers once it hit Disney+’s streaming platform, and estimates are showing that the Ryan Coogler directed film is crushing all expectations in its first few days already.
'The Bears' breakout star Ayo Edebiri has been added to the 'Thunderbolts' film in a secret role. Details are being kept under wraps for now.