MCU fans haven’t forgotten ‘Quantumania’s First Sin’ as The Marvels’ delay reveals the messy truth of Phase 5

Ant-man and the wasp Quantenania

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To say that the MCU’s fifth phase didn’t get the incredible start we’d all hoped for would be like saying Ant-Man was a bit small. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is finally visible to all, and the dissatisfied reactions are already rolling in after bad reviews. And yet that’s still not the biggest concern of the day Wonder has gone, confirming a major delay that will bring down several other projects in due course. Happy Birthday, Phase Five! At least it was a memorable one…

Phase five may only be a day old, but The wonders Delay already messed it up

Brie Larson
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Nice try Marvel. Thought you could smuggle this huge delay past us with a shiny new poster? Well, OK, it worked for a while, but once we got past the clever design (with all three heroines’ logos) we realized what the true message of this update is The wonders was. Yes, the film is no longer supposed to be a summer blockbuster, but is coming this November. While it’s a bit of a shame, at least it means the gap between him and 2024 Captain America: New World Order lasts less than 10 months. Despite this, the fandom is still in turmoil over the news.

Secret invasion Losing the Spring Release slot may not be a secret anymore

Samuel L Jackson as Nick Fury in Secret Invasion
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At the same time, more savvy MCU stans figured that out quickly The wonders Delay must mean that another related project will also be postponed. While it’s not officially confirmed, it doesn’t take a Shuri-level genius to guess Secret invasion will act as a sort of prequel to the Brie Larson sequel. We can conclude that the lack of promotion for this Samuel L. Jackson show means it won’t arrive as planned this spring, and that’s a contributing factor in the release of the accompanying film. The smart money is on Loki assuming the spring lot and S.I Jump back to August/September.

Quantumania is guilty of many sins, but his biggest might be the way he treated an underappreciated person Avengers: Endgame favourite

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There’s a lot that’s wrong Quantumania, but on the day of its release, people remember the first sin it ever committed – at least in the eyes of some people. While Kathryn Newton is a charming addition to the MCU as our new Cassie, certain people are still pissed that Marvel didn’t bring Emma Carter back as Scott’s teenage daughter Avengers: Endgame, although the actress only found out about her recast after the news broke online. Again, no one is pitting the two actresses against each other, but many agree it was an unforgivably cruel move by the studio.

The Marvel News Multiverse continues to expand every day, so expect another recap of the latest updates tomorrow. MCU fans haven’t forgotten ‘Quantumania’s First Sin’ as The Marvels’ delay reveals the messy truth of Phase 5

Adam Bradshaw

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