- Aug 4, 2003
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Wow.Oh, I forgot about this and it's technically not about Loki but I'm putting it here anyway. Julia's character Val is looking like she will be a good guy. The reason? She was seen using an iphone and apparently while Apple has no issues with their phones being used in tv and movies, they will not allow a villain to be seen using them. So the fact that Val is seen using one means she can't be a villain. There were other examples but the only one I remember is Sharon Carter, she was seen using some other type of phone. Edit: Just remembered one, there was a movie, don't remember the name but it involved a murder, where the person behind the murder was the only character not seen using an iphone during the movie.
In the racing video game Gran Turismo, while the cars are replica's of the real thing, the game is not allowed to show them being damaged which is why they don't take visual damage even if you smash into someone else at 200 mph.Wow.
Talk about people who are way too full of themselves. Apple execs needs to grow up.
Still, if that was true, something must have changed, because "Hey, why don't you go kill this guy (Hawkeye)? Isn't he a cutie?" aren't words spoken by a good guy.
Still, at least we know where we're going to see Yelena next.
Looking at the upcoming film/series list, it seems like they'll be using Kang to introduce Reed Richards and the FF.; perhaps he'll even be the catalyst for them getting their powers. That's just speculation on my part, but it's what struck me when I saw that lineup.I love how they're bringing Kang into the MCU...
There’s another tie in to WandaVision. Both Wanda and Vision were created with the Mind Stone via Loki’s staff.Everything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is interconnected. That was clear from the moment Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) visited Tony Stark in the Iron Man post-credits scene. In the years since, heroes came and went, planets exploded, and a purple supervillain wiped out half of all life in...www.yahoo.com
Everything in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is interconnected. That was clear from the moment Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) visited Tony Stark in the Iron Man post-credits scene. In the years since, heroes came and went, planets exploded, and a purple supervillain wiped out half of all life in...www.yahoo.com