this mind-boggling question posed to fans on Twitter

Pair Boris S

– Posted on 23 Sep 2022 at 12:45

Who would have imagined one day that a scriptwriter recruited by Marvel would ask fans for help to write an Avengers movie?

Kevin Feige promised us: the next Avengers will land in cinemas on April 30, 2025. After having wiped Thanos (Josh Brolin) off the map, the league of superheroes will probably tackle a certain Kang The Conqueror, whose path we have already crossed in the guise of Jonathan Majors in the series Loki on Disney+. Nicknamed “ The one who stays by insiders, the villain is a 31st century scientist who travels through time to establish his dominance under different identities. The opening of the multiverse in Spider-Man No Way Home (2021) should precipitate its arrival in the next phases of the MCU on the big screen.

Rumors are already swirling about the casting ofAvengers: The Kang Dynasty. If no name has officially been revealed by Marvel, we know that the opus will be directed by Destin Daniel Cretton (Shang-Chi) based on a screenplay by Jeff Loveness, author of the script ofAnt-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania, to discover at the cinema on February 15th. A week after being recruited, the screenwriter posed a mind-boggling question to Marvel fans on Twitter: How do you write a screenplay? “. A joke that amused Internet users to the point of receiving real good advice from them. Loveness surely has less than a year to return its copy to Marvel.

What if Thanos still faces the Avengers?

Outraged Thanos! Thanos broken! Thanos martyred! but Thanos released! And if the scenario of the cycles of the “gems of infinity” was replayed again? That’s what Thanos creator Jim Starlin secretly hopes. Invited by Inverse to discuss the popularity of the most iconic villain of the MCU played by Josh Brolinthe screenwriter gave good reasons for resurrecting the Titan: “ It raises questions many of us have pondered. He’s also a badass character […] Disney made a lot of money from it and there’s probably still a lot of money to be made. So I’m crossing my fingers. ” U.S. too !

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