Were Captain Marvel and Valkyrie Supposed To Be a Couple in ‘The Marvels?’ Deleted Scene Rumors, Explained
Somehow, after earning the lowest opening weekend of any MCU film, and then suffering the steepest drop of any superhero film in its second weekend, The Marvels still finding new ways to disappoint people. Although this one could only cut the deepest.
Tessa Thompson’s cameo as Valkyrie in the Captain Marvel The sequel was the fulfillment of years of fans shipping Carol Danvers and the king of New Asgard, prompting Brie Larson and Thompson themselves on social media. Sadly, the two only shared a brief scene together in the film, before Val disappeared back into whatever cosmic toy box Kevin Feige puts his action figures into when he’s not playing with them.
That’s why it hurts so much, then, that this new intellectual is alleging that Carol and Val were initially portrayed as not just good friends. The Marvels but former couple. According to scooper CanWeGetSomeToastthe cut dialogue would clarify that the two had been romantically involved since they met Avengers: Endgame, although they had split up amicably at some point. It’s unclear who was supposed to say it, but one line that was apparently removed was, “We work better as friends.” As the scooper put it, “Disney is a Gardener.”
It’s important to say that this is just a rumor at the moment, but it definitely matches the very loving way the two greet each other in their scene, as fans naturally noticed.
And we got a Valcarol kiss… Sorta.
Who knows what happened here, but if this dialogue was indeed cut, it should be assumed that Disney vetoed it for the time being. And due to the fact that we know that director Nia DaCosta had to leave the project during post-production because Marvel kept delaying the film (to work on his next film, which stars Tessa Thompson at the same time), this only adds to those conspiracies that made the theatrical release her favorite version of the film.
You know what’s coming. Yes, it looks like the #ReleaseTheDaCostaCut movement has started.
Writer Barbie may have thrown shade at the Snyder Cut, but something tells me she would support this same fan campaign. It seems unlikely that something would actually come of it, but at least letting Marvel know how much we were denied that Carol was declared LGBTQ+ could lead to more positive developments. Assuming, that is, that the character has a future after The Marvels‘ burn out the box office.
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