Who are they? Are they asking for Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel (2019)?
Looks like they wanted it.
A video by Kirk Deveyck was uploaded on YouTube in course from August 28 until today demanding for the trailer of Marvel Studios‘ Captain Marvel (2019) to be uploaded on YouTube on September 3rd or 4th, but it will arrive on September 20th instead. And they’re tired of:
Spider-Man: Far From Home,
Marvel Studios’ Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3
Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange: The Supreme Soccerer
Marvel Studios’ Black Widow
Marvel Studios’ New Avengers
What do you think of that? Comment below, but NO SPOILERS, please!
With the first 22 interconnected releases culminated in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the 4th installment in the Avengers franchise will see HALF of the Avengers (including Captain Marvel) taking on Thanos and their plan to defeat the mad titan will uphold it. In order to reverse the Decimation, Carol Danvers, also known as Captain Marvel, will therefore be called up to send our beloved heroes to time travel back to the past as Tony Stark is building the Infinity Gauntlet of his own.
This film is estimated to be released Worldwide on 26 April 2019 to avoid confusion with Star Wars fans.
The entire nation of the United States of America paused to reflect on George H. W. Bush’s passing at the age of 94 years late last Friday as many of them took to Twitter and/or Instagram even the whole world including Singapore.
In addition, the NFL game paused to reflect on the memory of the late George H. W. Bush.
He’s backkk! We have to review the pros and cons of Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It-Ralph 2 (2018) because it is certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.
There was Ask Groot Anything comedy show in this film, so no matter what we’re still waiting for Marvel Studios‘ Captain Marvel (2019) to be released, the internet seems to be common in ages. So YouTube, however, still exist and own by Google. Who cancelled Marvel’s Daredevil after 3 seasons?
Leave your comments below and we’ll answer them in the next video. Soon.
When we woke up this morning, our favourite cameo man Stan Lee, best known being seen in Marvel Studios’ Doctor Strange (2016) as a bus commuter when Stephen Strange and Karl Mordo were chased down on the streets in New York by the zealots, has passed away at the age of 95 yesterday.
Some of us waited for Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel (2019) to be released in movie theatres when we received the news. We like his cameos back in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 as astronaut, Black Panther as gambler, Avengers: Infinity War as school bus driver and Ant-Man and the Wasp as a retiree. After his death, the Walt Disney Company will still credit Stan Lee in Captain Marvel and Avengers: Annihilation, as his posthumous work. Spider-Man: Far From Home is not included as it was under Sony. No plans for Marvel Studios’ The Eternals to move to small screens yet.