‘The Marvels’: Sequel to ‘Captain Marvel’ GREAT 55% approval rating on RT; See the reviews!

‘The Marvels’: Sequel to ‘Captain Marvel’ GREAT 55% approval rating on RT; See the reviews!
‘The Marvels’: Sequel to ‘Captain Marvel’ GREAT 55% approval rating on RT; See the reviews!

The Marvels‘ premieres tomorrow in national cinemas – and it seems that the film failed to exceed expectations.

At the Rotten Tomatoesthe feature film ended 55% approvalwith note 5.60/10 based on 77 reviews until now.

Check out the main comments:

“The principal Nia DaCosta delivers a victory thanks to a formidable heroic trio” – Above the Line.

“If you thought ‘Eternal’ It is ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ were low points of the MCU, prepare yourself for the abject misery that is ‘The Marvels’” – New York Post.

“The chance to introduce three main female characters is worth it, but these personas are so poorly written that audiences are sure to feel the unpleasant lack of chemistry and creativity” – Gone With the Twins.

“Like a good episode in a bad season, ‘The Marvels’ reminds fans why they’re watching – and may even become someone’s favorite episode within an ongoing story” – Polygon.

‘The Marvels’ It’s not the colossal disaster that social media (and the film’s dismal marketing) predicted, but it also won’t save the billionaire baby from Kevin Feige for now” – Wealth of Geeks.

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The new trailer also reveals an intriguing connection to the upcoming ‘Avengers: Secret Wars‘.

For those who don’t know, raids were an important part of the comic book that the sixth Avengers film is based on, and these raids have been featured more and more in the MCU.

This feature was first introduced in ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness‘, explaining that an incursion is when an element from a certain universe interacts with another universe, causing transformations in both.

This was also pointed out in ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania‘, and will now be expanded into ‘The Marvels‘.

In the plot, the villain Dar-Benn (Zawe Ashton) is able to use the bracelets first obtained by Ms. Marvel (Iman Vellani) to open a hole between realities. Because of this, it appears that she is forming a huge inter-reality army for unknown reasons.

But how does this connect to the plot of ‘Avengers: Secret Wars‘?

In the second (but more popular) Secret Wars comic book event, the incursions caused one reality to collide with another, destroying them all.

As the current phase of the MCU is dealing with the Multiverse Saga, each film must include the pillars that will bring together heroes from multiple realities in an attempt to rebuild their own homes.

At the same time, all of this interferes with Kang’s plans (Jonathan Majors), the current big villain of the adaptations, which will lead to the confrontation of his variants against those who are modifying everything he has created so far in each reality.

Remembering that ‘The Marvels‘ premiered in November 9th.

Carol Danvers aka Captain Marvel, regained her identity from the tyrannical Krees and took revenge on the Supreme Intelligence. But the consequences lead Carol to bear the burden of a destabilized universe.

When her duties send her into an anomalous wormhole linked to a Kree revolutionary, her powers become confused with those of her Jersey City superfan, Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), also known as Ms. Marvel, and Carol’s estranged niece, Captain Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris). Together, this unlikely trio must come together and learn to work together to save the universe as ‘The Marvels‘.

The Marvels‘ will have the direction of Nia DaCosta (‘The Legend of Candyman’).

It is worth highlighting that the script is the responsibility of Megan McDonnellwho worked on ‘WandaVision‘. This is a complete change in the creative team from the first film.

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