A hopeful update on Captain Marvel’s MCU future is released.

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Notwithstanding the superhero’s most recent movie, The Marvels, notching up a poor performance at the worldwide box office, Marvel Studios apparently still has plans for Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Despite the fact that a third Captain Marvel film is not anticipated to be produced anytime soon, insider information indicates that Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel will nevertheless be significant to The Multiverse Saga. “I’ve heard Carol’s current MCU duty entails concentrating on two things. The first is to figure out the real story behind the Quantum Bands from The Marvels. Carol gives her bangle to Wong and Banner, and Kamala does the same, but she’s carrying a few new pals with her.” Finding a means to return Monica to the MCU is the second task, but considering what is known about incursions, it’s possible that they will cross paths again sooner rather than later.

The Marvels performed poorly at the box office because they failed to resonate with global viewers even though they were a part of the financially successful MCU. As a follow-up to 2019’s Captain Marvel and the Disney+ series WandaVision and Ms. Marvel, the film brought in a meager $205.8 million globally, making it the lowest-grossing MCU production to yet. Rotten Tomatoes, a website that aggregates reviews, gives the movie a 62 percent approval rating, indicating that critics were likewise not very fond of it. The Marvels, the sequel, garnered an 83 percent audience score on the website, indicating that MCU fans were more favorable toward it.

Teyonah Parris, who plays Monica Rambeau in WandaVision and The Marvels, recently commented on the film’s low box office performance, claiming that the MCU entry might have done better if fans had been more open-minded. “I believe there was a lot of chatter, but people had not seen it. So it’s annoying when people make comments about stuff they haven’t truly experienced,” she explained. “There are many people who have dedicated a lot of their time, passion, and ability to pushing this forward. I would hope that people will give it a fair chance by just viewing it or trying it. Although a second season of Ms. Marvel is not currently in development at Marvel Studios, Iman Vellani recently announced that she has “been assured” that Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel would return in a future MCU production. “So that feels good, but there was no more assurance than that,” she said, laughing. “They give me breadcrumbs, and I try and make a meal out of it.” The Marvels finished with Vellani’s Ms. Marvel seeking to recruit Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) for her superhero squad, the Young Avengers.

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