It always sucks when a director you idolise and admire talks poopy about the MCU. Oh well, art is subjective afterall!
Personally, I feel as though whenever someone big goofs on the MCU, chances are they haven’t even watched it as a whole, or they’ve watched one or two out of context at the very least. It’s like one big series afterall.
I don’t wanna sound defensive, but they can’t ignore the delight of fans, and the passion and commitment from the diverse groups of directors and producers that have contributed towards the MCU. And not to sound dramatic, but these films are a big part of my life, hence why I’m talking to you lot about it now!
What do you guys think of his statement?
This makes me even more annoyed because Happy says to Peter, “I don’t think Tony would’ve done what he did, if didn’t know you’d be here when he was gone,” or something like that. It just ruins the sentiment and the motives of the movie, since the whole plot of Far From Home revolves around what Tony left behind for Peter, in case of an untimely death. Bruh, the only untimely death around here is Spidey’s departure from the MCU! Can you tell I’m annoyed?
THE HOLY TRINITY
Things worth mentioning: Footage was shown of the Black Widow movie, which featured Jason Bourne and John Wick style action in Budapest. Eternals will be about stopping the deviants from meddling with Earth, and the underlining theme will be how immortal beings discover what it’s like to be human. Shang-Chi will obviously delve deeper into the Ten Rings organisation, which means that the actual Mandarin villain will most likely feature. The Doctor Strange sequel will feature Scarlet Witch (post the events of WandaVision) and will be Marvel’s first movie with “scary” elements, with Nightmare as the villain. Thor: Love and Thunder includes the return of Jane Foster, eventually becoming female Thor, which may stem from the multiverse since this movie comes out after the Doctor Strange sequel. It will also follow Valkyrie on her quest to find a worthy queen to rule beside her. Blade will be played by Mahershala Ali, other than that, not much is known as of yet. Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain Marvel and Black Panther sequels have been confirmed (which we kinda already knew), and lastly, Kevin Feige teased about a Fantastic Four movie being in development.
I’m so hyped! Phase 4 is shaping up to be the most weird and wonderful phase yet! I love the comicbook style titles, and the fact they show no signs of shying away from the wacky stuff. Not to mention Blade becoming part of the MCU! This is crazy! I’m so happy right now!