Exactly, what will they do next, a musical number featuring Agatha Harkness? Or a love story starring Loki? Who would watch something like that?
There are ways of viewing content from certain major corporations that don’t require giving money to those major corporations that you don’t feel deserve that money. I’m beating around the bush a bit here as it’s never 100% kosher to recommend this sort of thing.
ah I missed him on first viewing! Thanks!
I don’t engage in those activities. I’m a creator myself and generally try to remind myself of how I would feel if others did that to me. Even if it is a ginormous douchebag corporation, I’ll forgo the shows entirely. Plus, there’s endless entertainment to consume from other folks (for now… although Disney is trying hard to become the only game in town, clearly… really wish we had solid anti-trust enforcement like we had in the past).
Yeah, just forgoing content entirely from companies you don’t want to support is the best way to go about it. That way not only are you not giving them money, but you’re also not giving them your attention which as you’ve mentioned is best placed with those who deserve it.
The real question is, will it feature a bass fishing simulator.
Oh, I hope so, that would be awesome fun. I’ve mostly hated the Transformer movies, but Bumblebee was actually pretty good, and she was a big part of the reason for that. The woman can act. Loved her in True Grit as well.
Did no-one else notice something which they’ve not mentioned before in the movies, but have apparently brought across from the comics?
Clint Barton is, famously, not a superhuman. He’s been in the middle of a lot of things blowing up. That takes its toll.
In the trailer there is at least one scene where you see him with devices in his ears.
Those aren’t comms, they’re hearing aids.
Clint Barton has a hearing impairment.
I’m sure I’m not the only person hoping that Marvel are moving to bringing in the Young Avengers (of which Kate Bishop is a member). They’ve been quietly introducing the other members in the background of the last few films and series*.
Why should non-comics readers care? Well, they were first introduced relatively, and so they’re not mired in decades of contradictory comics history. Also, they’re probably Marvel’s most gay superhero team, so Disney is finally going to have to have openly gay characters on screen.
*(I was just totting it up in my head, they’ve hidden at least one or two in each series so far, except What If. Wiccan/Billy and Speed/Tommy in Wandavision, Patriot/Eli in Falcon&Winter Soldier, and Kid Loki [and Iron lad but sort of not really] in Loki.
A series for Ironheart has been announced, America Chavez is going to be in Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, and Ms Marvel is getting her own series, which leads into her appearance in The Marvels. And Cassie Lang is going to be in Antman and the Wasp: Quantumania.
I wonder if, at some point, we’re going to meet Hulkling in a Captain Marvel or Guardians of the Galaxy movie.
Yes, I have a pretty strong feeling that they’re building up to the Young Avengers. They may not get to it for a few years, though. What’s listed above is already slated through to 2023 at least.
Not necessarily disagreeing, but Disney has been doing what they’re doing for a good long time. So I’m curious to hear what, over the past year specifically, changed your mind from “Sure, I’ll sign up for a Disney+ subscription” to “these guys are clearly too evil for me to give them my money”?
I think it’s great that superheroes with visible disabilities are starting to get at least a little bit more screen time.
That’s also why I think it was I mistake for Disney to get rid of (or at least hide) James Rhodes’ assistive leg braces for his cameo in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. His character was the most prominent big-screen example of a mobility-device-using superhero since Professor Xavier.
I think MCU Drax got some recognition as neurodivergent.
I mean, yes, he’s an alien, so he’s acting alien and human thought patterns don’t apply, but at the same time his literalism and odd affect mark him, even amongst other aliens. But the real kicker was the scene in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, where he and Mantis were sitting looking out over a beautiful view. And he shows his typical flat affect as he remarks that it reminds him of his dead wife and daughter, and then Mantis reaches out to sense his inner emotions, and bursts out crying from feeling his grief.
That deep feeling of strong emotion but without external affect seemed very autistic to me.
The Disney Must Pay situation. Disney refusing to pay artists and creators for the work done in the past for companies they’ve acquired per their contracts. It’s a disgusting and blatant rights grab based on some seriously illegal dipshittery. And they continue to force these folks to come to them one at a time and beg for what they are owed instead of rectifying the situation once and for all.
I had some guilt getting Disney+ from the get go, just on general “Disney is a giant corporate leech that is too powerful and controls too much of the industry now,” but I am not entirely immune to a desire to want more Marvel and Star Wars shows in my life. I’m only human.
Part of me would have liked to have seen what he did during his Ronin phase after his family were snapped out of existence, but that is probably far darker than Marvel and Disney want to go.
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