Feb
15
2019

Some of the MCU stuff going up on Disney+.

There’s a theme. Can you figure out what it is? Mild spoilers after the fold.

Sources say [Loki] will follow Loki as the trickster and shapeshifter pops up throughout human history as unlikely influencer on historical events.

Marvel had no comment.  

Marvel is working on several series that will debut on Disney+. Other known series are The Vision and Scarlet Witch, being run by Captain Marvel writer Jac Schaeffer, while another will focus on a a team-up of Falcon and Winter Soldier, the heroes played by Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, respectively. Malcolm Spellman (Empire) has been hired to write the latter effort.

Via GeekTyrant.

That’s right! Everybody mentioned here, ah, well: Infinity War. I know that I keep harping on this, but there’s a reason for it, I swear. Basically, I don’t want to have to listen to people complain when things get reset after Endgame. I will have to, because the Internet — but, by God, nobody’s going to get to say that I didn’t warn people that things were going to get fixed. They were always going to get fixed. These are comic book movies, overseen by a big ol’ comic books nerd.

It’s perfectly fine to say that things shouldn’t get fixed, for cinematic reasons. I’m not here to tell people the right way to enjoy films. But there’s precisely no reason why anybody should be surprised at what happens. And, again: you were warned.

Moe Lane

PS: That’s a generic ‘you,’ by the way. My regular readers are smart people; they can see through a brick wall in time, to quote JRR Tolkien.

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4 Comments

  • nicklevi86 says:

    The Marvel people know what they’re doing with their characters. The other departments at Disney should take notice: i.e. the new Aladdin people. No one should try to replace Williams, but the character itself demands a whimsical absurdity that would be better suited to Terry Crews or the like. Smith(And Jafaar for that matter) are far too meek.

    • bensdad00 says:

      Seconded. As both an actor and a person, Crews is better than Smith.

    • UnmovingGreatLibrary says:

      I read on TVTropes that Patrick Stewart wanted to play Jafar, having regretted not taking the role in the original film and regretting it ever since.

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