Thompson’s photo started to circulate on social media Sunday evening, showing the character in some new duds, vastly different than what she was last seen wearing during Avengers: Endgame. Her new suit seems to pull inspiration from Thor Odinson’s (Chris Hemsworth), with the design. Even then, it’s separate enough because there’s little color involved. Instead, the suit is virtually all black and white.Captain Marvel just broke the ceiling off and dissipated myths about what women can do in these spaces and society,” Thompson added. “So it feels like we are really entering a new phase of Marvel. So this night is about celebrating more than just this film… [Stan Lee’s] vision is the idea: what makes you different is actually your superpower. And when we’re living inside of a robust time to be able to say to people that they can love who they want to love, they can be who they want to be. It’s perfect to include those narratives inside of this world.”
Hasbro is getting set to release its upcoming line of Marvel Legends figures based on the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Ahead of that, the packaging art for the figures has launched, giving us a look at Doctor Strange in the upcoming film.he new art comes courtesy of Jerry Wilson, who works as a packaging artist on the Marvel Legends line of action figures. Alongside a photograph of the figure itself, a new shot of Doctor Strange looking to be performing some type of spell was shown off. While the artwork doesn’t Spider Man No Way Home give away too much, it is another look at the highly anticipated film, which is slowly revealing more ahead of its release next year.Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness sees the return of Benedict Cumberbatch as he reprises his role as Dr. Stephen Strange. This time the Sorcerer Supreme will be joined by Wanda Maximoff/ Scarlett Witch, portrayed by Elizabeth Olsen who is coming off from the critical success of WandaVision. The sequel is expected to tie into the events from WandaVision, Loki, and Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Robert Eggers has quickly established himself as one of the industry’s foremost must-see directors. Indeed, with only two films under his belt, his work is already recognizable. His directorial debut film The Witch earned high praise from critics and a 90% rating on Rotten Tomatoes for its unique style, story, and aesthetic. His 2019 follow-up The Lighthouse earned the same rating. Both films were made under the A24 umbrella, an independent production company that earned a reputation in the 2010s for its marketing expertise and support of filmmakers’ creative expressions.In 2022, he will release his third and biggest project to date: the sure-to-be epic The Northman. Eggers has been working on it since 2019, though without A24 this time around. The film was temporarily put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic but has since gotten back on track and is ready for release in April 2022. The picture sees his aesthetic this time in the form of an action thriller instead of horror. With big names attached and an estimated budget of $60 million, the young director has a lot riding on this film. With that, here is what we know of the cast, the plot, and everything else in The Northman.