Are you a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and excited for Phase Four? Look no further than the Three Fates Decide podcast! Our latest episode delves into the upcoming releases, including Black Widow, Shang-Chi, and The Eternals. Our hosts provide commentary on the representation of Asian culture in Shang-Chi. They also speculate on the potential cameos in Spider-Man: No Way Home. But that’s not all – we also discuss the upcoming Doctor Strange sequel and the possibility
– The Three Fates Decide podcast discusses Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe
– List of announced movies and TV shows for Phase Four
– Discussion on Shang-Chi and The Eternals
– Speculation on Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
– Introduction of America Chavez and potential Young Avengers tie-in
– Speculation on Hawkeye plot and representation of deafness in the MCU
– Discussion on The Marvels and Ms. Marvel
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Marvel’s highly-anticipated Phase Four launches a flurry of epic movies and television shows.
Marvel’s ‘Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness’, will explore the devastating consequences of Wanda, Loki, and Spiderman’s chaotic actions.
Marvel’s introduction of diverse characters from around the world, offers representation and inclusivity.
Fans wonder why the mysterious Eternals were surprisingly absent during both Infinity War and Endgame.
The highly-anticipated Spiderman installment, No Way Home, explores the multiverse with iconic villains Jamie Fox and Alfred Molina returning to their evil roles.
The mysterious and sinister Carl Mordo is the main villain in the Multiverse of Madness.
Hawkeye introduces an exciting new character – Maya Lopez, a deaf Native American with mysterious powers.
Marvel Studios has announced that “The Marvels” featuring Carol Danvers AKA Captain Marvel will be hitting theaters in early 2022!
We fervently hope Marvel will accurately portray Shang-Chi and avoid any outdated Asian stereotypes.
– “I just hope that in terms of the actual stories, the story writing, et cetera, that it’s well executed and does not fall into stereotypes and tropes and actually reflects real people.”
– “What I’m impressed with is the cast that they have. I mean, so many different huge names coming, uh, out of the woodwork with this movie. So it should be really good and exciting, definitely.”
– “I don’t know, maybe in a couple of months possibly, we will revisit this topic and see what new information has come out.”
– “I’m still confused. I sit now. I watched it. I’m like, this is good, but what the hell happened? You left more questions unanswered than you answered.” (referring to Loki)
– “This guy is responsible for your sister being dead. I mean, why would you do that? Especially when the truth is, that’s not what really happened.”
– “Because these little details you don’t think about, but sometimes they somehow stick in your head and you’re like, why does it sound familiar?”
– “I’m so glad that Marvel is expanding to all these other cultures to allow other people to see someone like them become a superhero.”
– “But from my understanding in the comics, uh, Ms. Marvel, whose real name is Kamala Khan, uh, my understanding is that she’s Inhuman, and that is how she ends up with her powers, is basically, she’s Inhuman.”
“I’m hoping that they do something different with this Fantastic Four. That it’s not just like a repeat or a three peat, I should say.”
“I’m very cautiously optimistic about the Fantastic Four. Though I am interested to see what they’re going to do with the Blade.”
“For all we know, they may take advantage of the whole multiverse shenanigans that’s going on and somehow pluck, uh, the Fantastic Four from another universe.”