The upcoming release of 'The Marvels' continues to excite Marvel enthusiasts worldwide. Yet, the mysteries enshrouding its plot remain unsolved. Featuring Carol Danvers, Monica Rambeau, and Kamala Khan, this film unravels the puzzling interconnection of their powers. But now, a recently released promo hints towards an intriguing ingredient, a possible multiverse mayhem.
The intrigue soars when the phrase, "There's a different reality bleeding into ours," is voiced by Teyonah Parris, who plays Monica, also called Photon. This confession has brought about a whirlwind of theories. Some viewers propose the presence of alternate timelines and Earths, similar to what we've seen in Loki, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
The promotional clip ends with an invitation - “Be there for what comes next.” However, as the advertisement fades, the letter 'X' makes an uncanny lingering presence. Samuel L. Jackson's character, Nick Fury, ominously declares, "They're here," as the teaser ends.
These clues further fuel speculations surrounding the involvement of the X-Men. In the final episode of Ms. Marvel, Kamala, played by Iman Vellani, discovered her mutant origins, strengthening the theories about Professor X's team making an appearance in 'The Marvels.' Reddit conversation boards are rife with conjectures. One user said, "If we were going to get any X-Men teases, it would be in this movie". On the other hand, some fans theorized that the 'X' might signify the debut of Binary, a character from Xandar, who is rumored to be Monica's mother Maria or at least a version of her in the story.
However, that's not where the surprises end. At precisely 12 seconds into the promo, a brief sighting of a character clad in a suit of white, red, and gold gets the fans talking. Resembling Binary's comic appearance, it is noticed that Carol Danvers has also donned this outfit, temporarily taking up the name Binary in the source materials, specifically in an Uncanny X-Men comic.
Directed by Nia DaCosta, known for her work on 'Candyman,' 'The Marvels' also stars Zawe Ashton and Samuel L. Jackson. The thrilling saga erupts in cinemas on November 10. Marvel enthusiasts can whet their appetite with a list of upcoming Marvel movies us the audience prepares for the intriguing journey that 'The Marvels' promises. Those needing a refresher can also revisit the Marvel cinematic universe with a guide on how to watch the Marvel movies in order. The debut of 'The Marvels' heralds a thrilling, mysterious, and promising chapter in the Marvel cinematic chronicles.
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