Jeff Bezos has announced he is stepping down as CEO for Amazon, and we believe it is for him to focus on his dream role of Professor X in the MCU.
Now that Disney owns the rights to Marvel and Fox, it is only a matter of time until a new X-Men movie is made. And the bald headed wheelchair bound Professor X will surely be in it. Bezos, disappointed Amazon did not get the rights from Fox first, knows there is still a chance to land the role as a regular actor. However, running one of the biggest companies in the world and lobbying to be casted for a role is just too time consuming.
Now between episode 4 and 5 of WandaVision, Marvel has released a new trailer today. Titled Mid-Season Trailer on YouTube, the new clip shows us what to expect from that last parts and ending of WandaVision.
Thor: Love and Thunder, the 24th movie in the MCU, began filming recently in Australia. Love and Thunder is the 4th Thor movie, and works as sequel for Thor: Ragnorak, and one of the first movies in the MCU’s phase four.
The much discussed and first official part of the multiverse, Wandavision is showing a strong connection to A.I.M. First mention in Iron Man 3, A.I.M. is a terrorist arms dealing group who is known for being led by M.O.D.O.K. for a time. A.I.M. is also making its appearance in Wandavision, giving us a chance to finally see the best fan casting, the one and only Frankie Muniz as M.O.D.O.K..
We all know since Disney bought Fox they have the rights to all the mutants in the Marvel universe. And although one theory suggest the coming powers released from the infinity stones snap in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame will unlock mutant powers on MCU earth, the children of the atom may be hear sooner than we think.
In the new Wandavision trailer released today, Wanda Maximoff, aka the Scarlet Witch, is seen wearing here original outfit seen in the Marvel comic books.
In the strange new trailer for the show, Wanda and even Vision are shown wearing strange clothing from past decades. There is a small clip in the trailer of Wanda in different costumes, ending with the comic costume.
“I can do this all day” is practically a catch phrase for Captain America in his solo movies and the Avengers movies. Said four times total, three more than his comic catchphrase “Avengers Assemble!”. It is always at an emotional height of the movie Except for the last one. The last one is more of a joke followed with the punch line, “Yea I know”. See below for the quotes.
The first time Steve Rogers says “I can do this all day” is before he is Captain America. He is weak and out muscled by a bully. Yet, Steve keeps standing his ground. Featured in Captain America: The First Avenger.
Cap uses the phrase again at the end of Captain America: The First Avenger when facing Red Skull.
For a while many have been following reports of a possible follow up seasons to the most loved cartoon version of the X-Men, the 90’s animated series. Reports suggest the original cast and crew are in talks with Disney to resume the series on Disney+. Sadly, news also broke that one of the main cast members Norm Spencer, who was the voice actor for Cyclops, passed as of August 31st.