Wakanda Forever deleted scene is revealed

Pretty much since then Avengers: Endgame brought the saga of the original Avengers to a close, the Young Avengers were primed to take over as Earth’s protectors, and yet, oddly enough, the MCU still hasn’t managed to convince the nascent superteam – that’s how these heroes seem to come to life wake up, have taken matters into their own hands. Elsewhere, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever almost broke a filthy mouth Wonder Record and X-Men fans take on The Rock.

The Young Avengers haven’t even assembled on screen yet, but they’re already uniting IRL to take on the Trolls

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As we move into phase five, we expect the Young Avengers to form up fairly soon, as so many of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes have made their debuts in recent years. Well, while we’ve yet to see the team assemble to save the world on our screens, two of the MCU’s newest stars have joined forces in real life to fight another battle. Doctor Strange 2‘s own America Chavez, Xochitl Gomez, has revealed that she and Mrs Miracle Star Iman Vellani has joined forces against internet trolls. It’s just wrong that these two aspiring actresses had to deal with something like this online, but at least we know that the Young Avengers have each other’s backs, much like the OG Avengers before them.

It turns out Black Panther: Wakanda Forever almost featured the MCU’s very first F-bomb… from a very unlikely source

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While PG-13 films are only allowed one use of the word, Marvel Studios has set itself apart by never indulging in the use of F-bombs in any of its films, preferring instead to use its relatively squeaky-clean, familiar one maintain atmosphere. friendly picture. But it turns out Black Panther: Wakanda Forever nearly made MCU history by being the first of the franchise outings to include the F-word. The sequel’s original script was shared, revealing that Ironheart’s original reaction to the first encounter with Talokanil was far more expressive than what we ended up with on screen. It looks like we’ll have to wait dead pool 3 before the MCU breaks that barrier.

The idea of ​​Dwayne Johnson playing an X-Men icon goes down like a lead (or maybe rock) balloon among Marvel fans

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With his DC career over before it even really begins, Dwayne Johnson has the door wide open to stepping into the MCU. The only problem is that fans don’t seem to want him anywhere near the Marvel Universe. Case in point is the idea that The Rock could be cast as the Colossus in the upcoming X-Men reboot, given its sheer size to match the beefy physique of the metal mutant from the comics. That idea didn’t really get a chance to grow legs, however, thanks to an avalanche of angry reactions that blasted the fan cast as a terrible idea. There are other options for Johnson, including Sentry or The Thing, but it seems the majority of Marvelites would prefer if Black Adam was his last comic film.

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