New Avengers: Endgame Trailer Does 'Whatever It Takes' It's perhaps no surprise that Marvel is not doling out much in the way of plot in the ramp-up for Avengers: Endgame . Besides, the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer already mostly probably confirms that everyone makes it out OK.
(Spoilers: Pay close attention to her mother.) (Spoilers, Part 2: Surprisingly, the retcon pushed the character further from her movie incarnation than she had been previously.) How to read it : Available digitally, and in the Life of Captain Marvel print collection.
Frozen 2 Trailer: Twitter Asks, Where Is Elsa's Girlfriend? No sooner had Disney dropped the trailer for Frozen 2 than the question started popping up: Where was Elsa's girlfriend? Menzel herself said she was "happy" people were asking Disney to give Elsa a female love interest.
Maybe by the time Disney releases the film on May 24 the blue will be better. Until then, Twitter will be busy turning images of Smith's Genie into everything from Jack Nicholson's character from The Shining to remixes of the Star Is Born meme from last year.
Today, trans actors play trans characters in all manner of programming, from Laverne Cox on Orange Is the New Black to the majority of the cast of Pose , but as Max transitioned on The L Word his appearance—basically Sea with a fake beard pasted on—became almost comical, making it hard to take him seriously as a character, and as a man.
Into the Spider-Verse is that movie.Related StoriesAdam RogersStan Lee Unleashed the Heroic Power of the OutcastBrian RafterySpider-Man: Homecoming Is as Light and Powerful as Spidey's WebGraeme McMillanFinally, Miles Morales Will Get to Be a Big Screen Spider-ManSpearheaded by Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the duo that managed to wring actual hilarity out of both 21 Jump Street and Legos, Into the Spider-Verse removes Peter Parker as the focus of the story and instead offers up Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore), the Afro-Latino teenager who became Spider-Man in the Marvel comics in 2011.
Some Doctor Who fans, for example, find it easy to accept a two-hearted, quasi-immortal alien who travels through space and time in a police call box, while a female incarnation of that time-traveling alien strains credulity.
And they appealed to people who felt the same, even before Lee and the other Marvel creators published the first African American heroes, the first Asian-American heroes, and strong, leading-character women in numbers large enough to populate a dozen summer crossovers.As Marvel Comics grew in popularity and sophistication through the 1960s, Lee realized that his stories never had to end.