Marvel Pulls Out the Big Guns To Raise Hype for ‘The Marvels’ by Teasing a Multiversal Crossover
It’s an old trick, going back to Nick Fury popping up in Iron man or Spider-Man stealing Steve’s shield in the Captain America: Civil War trailer. Nothing gets Marvel folks more excited than the promise of a major crossover. So, trust Marvel to pull one out of his pocket to walk on the hype for The Marvels through the roof.
To mark just 10 days before Brie Larson’s sequel hits theaters, Marvel released an eye-opening letterbox-shaped promo featuring some terrifying new footage. “A different reality is invading our own,” says Monica Rambeau ominously as we see shots of some strange three-dimensionality happening. “They’re here,” Nick Fury shouts in another audio clip, as he’s aiming for the girl from Poltergeist.
This is a big deal because this is the first time we’ve been told to expect some multiversal madness in The Marvels. Sure, the movie was always going to be cosmic, but not necessarily interdimensional. As the Multiverse Saga heats up with each new chapter, naturally social media is letting the sky be the limit for what this reality could be. And, surprise surprise, Fox’s X-Men Universe is at the top of the list.
Of course, not to rain on Professor X’s parade for everyone, but it’s worth mentioning that Kamala Khan’s bangles, which are really important to the plot, come from the Noor Dimension, as explained in. Ms. Marvel. So maybe we shouldn’t be planning to go to our shows for The Marvels whistling the ’90s X-Men theme and cosplaying as Wolverine and Rogue just yet. Especially when Loki seems to be cornering the market on the Multiverse Saga setting. But, hey, you never know what’s around the corner with the MCU.
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