The MCU keeps getting wilder.
The MCU keeps getting wilder.
, where she approached Yelena Belova in hopes of hiring her to assassinate Clint Barton.So far, it appears that the MCU’s version of de Fontaine seems to be an illicit version of Nick Fury, operating deviously in the shadows and seemingly bearing a grudge against (at least some of) the Avengers. With many, many new enhanced and gifted characters coming our way in Marvel’s film and television properties in the very near future, it would seem logical that de Fontaine may be putting together her own team, recruiting some of the newer villains, or at least morally compromised characters, that we will meet in the coming months. Outside of U.S. Agent (and possibly Belova), there are a host of characters of varying allegiances that could take up with de Fontaine, including Kit Harington’s Black Knight, Florian Munteanu’s Razor Fist, Chiwetel Ejiofor’s Karl Mordo, Kathryn Newton’s Cassie Lang, and Jameela Jamil’s Titania.
19.New blood will Rise, but old blood will spillNull / Walt Disney Co./courtesy Everett / Everett CollectionIt was fairly obvious thatAvengers: Endgamewas the closing of a major chapter of the MCU’s grand plan, signaling the departure of Tony Stark and Steve Rogers and effectively killing off Natasha Romanoff from the present timeline. However, with the defeat of Thanos, not only was the majority of Marvel’s heroes restored in the universe but the path was paved for a new generation of heroes to join the MCU, including Shang Chi, Monica Rambeau, and the Eternals, with many more to come. But as the universe expands, as do its threats, and if there’s going to be tangible stakes in future Marvel projects, that means not all of the Avengers are going to have their own happy endings.
Of course, the MCU could always kill off some beloved side characters, ala the death of Phil Coulson (depending on your version of MCU canon) and the Warriors Three, but with the contracts of their top stars coming to an end, don’t be too shocked if the likes of Hawkeye, Thor, Scarlet Witch, Peter Quill, or The Winter Soldier meet an untimely demise. In fact, the only character in the MCU who I could assume would be safe is T’Challa, as Feige has reiterated his intention to not kill off or recast T’Challa in the wake of the tragic 2020 passing of Chadwick Boseman, with the mantle likely being passed on to Letitia Wright’s Shuri, Danai Gurira’s Okoye, or Winston Duke’s M’Baku. As for T’Challa, one would assume the character would be retired, whether he’s riding into the sunset or serving a greater, cosmic purpose in parts unknown. headtopics.com
18.The Vision will return inIronheartWalt Disney Co. / Walt Disney Co./Courtesy Everett CollectionAmong the numerous loose threads left hanging at the end ofWandavision, perhaps the most curious within the bigger picture of the MCU was The Vision, whose memories were restored shortly before flying off toward who-knows-where. Given the potential for the character going forward, The Vision’s next logical appearance looks to be in
Ironheart, the Marvel TV series following the character of Riri Williams after her debut inBlack Panther: Wakanda Forever. Williams, as to be portrayed by Dominique Thorne, is posited as another technological genius in the vein of Tony Stark, which would make a face-off with this iteration of The Vision all the more fitting, while The Vision would help give the upcoming series a boost of star power in the way of Paul Bettany.
17.EchoNetflixThough it may be far from confirmed, longstanding rumors and a recent alleged leaked photo from the John Campea Show have led many to believe that Charlie Cox will be reinstated in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Matt Murdock inSpider-Man: No Way Home
. Though it is unlikely that we’ll see Daredevil don his cowl inNo Way Home, the acknowledgment of Cox opens the door for the return of Matt Murdock.However, the timing of Daredevil’s reappearance coincides with the debut of Maya Lopez / Echo, as played by Alaqua Cox in headtopics.com
Hawkeye. Another superhero living with disabilities, Echo has historically been depicted as an ally or begrudging nemesis of Daredevil, which has many believing Cox will play a large part in helping further Echo’s story and reintroduce Daredevil into the main MCU canon.Read more: BuzzFeed »
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