‘Quantumania’ Nudity Leads to Concerns over Studio’s Sanity as Spider-Man Leading the Avengers Incites a Not-So-Secret War

Ant-man and the wasp Quantenania

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Warning: This article contains spoilers for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.

Not everyone necessarily believes that Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania is one of the absolute worst Wonder Movies we’ve ever had, despite what Rotten Tomatoes says, but we can all agree it’s definitely one of the weirdest. A case in point is the conspicuous moment of on-screen nudity that keeps fans in suspense.

Meanwhile the latest Avengers: Secret Wars Scuttlebutt is sending shockwaves through fandom as Kang cultists think the Conqueror’s crimes are even greater than we thought.

MODOK gets his own minions moment goes Quantumania critic manic

Highly anticipated MODOK seems to be the most controversial part of 'Ant-Man 3'
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So many of the creative choices Marvel was made with Quantumania‘s version of MODOK has left MCU lovers confused, but by far the biggest choice is giving us a shot of the egg-headed henchman’s bare butt in a shot that’s etched into our memories forever. The bizarre butt scene has fans shaking their heads in disbelief at the idea that the studio forced its visual effects experts to spend hours creating the oval antagonist’s highly detailed butt.

It’s pretty wild that the studio only got us two bare-footed moments in the MCU, and they come from the unlikely duo of Chris Hemsworth and… MODOK

MCU fans can’t decide if Tom Holland is starring Avengers: Secret Wars would be the best or the worst thing ever

Tom Holland Spider Man
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According to the latest rumours, the new leader of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes will be… Spider-Man? That’s right, while this is far from confirmed, word on the street is that a lucrative new deal Tom Holland has inked with Marvel makes him the protagonist Avengers: Secret Wars.

The fandom seems to be split down the middle about this. Some think it’s a bad idea, while others with longer memories think it’s a great idea given how entertaining it was the last time Spidey led a Secret Wars Adjustment.

Kang’s influence on the MCU multiverse may go back further than we thought

Kang the Conqueror/Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
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Kang really took over the MCU upon arrival Quantumania The latest fan theory is that his impact on the franchise has lasted longer than we’d led to believe. In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madnessstated that America Chavez is the only one of her kind in the entire multiverse.

This intriguing pitch questions whether Kang is actually responsible for wiping all variants of America from reality, given how much of a threat she poses through her universal powers. It’s certainly a compelling idea, and maybe it could become canon Avengers: The Kang Dynasty.

Just as surely as Alison Brie deserves to bring her shocking Marvel villain into live action, there’s more of the latest MCU news coming your way tomorrow.


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