Many of us fans of the MCU felt sad after the Avengers: Endgame. Primarily, it is because of the passing of the Avengers' key members. It only makes sense since Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans are set to be a part of the MCU only until Endgame. Even though Spider-Man: Far From Home capped the third phase of MCU, some mysteries remain unsolved. Some fans are still looking for answers. Nobody wants to be left hanging, right? After Far From Home, what's next for earth's mightiest heroes? What more can we expect after the dramatic ending of the Avengers: Endgame? Luckily, Super Bowl 54 happened.
Super Bowl LIV not only saw the Kansas City Chiefs go out victorious, and Patrick Mahomes become the MVP. Super Sunday also means many different TV ads, and movie and TV show trailers and teasers. Of course, Marvel didn't think twice and gave its fans what they truly deserve. During the big game, the Black Widow 2020 trailer gave the viewers a sneak peek on how MCU: Phase Four opens. Black Widow release date is on May 1, 2020. Aside from that. a 30-second teaser ad from Marvel Studios aired what we can expect to its upcoming TV series in Disney+. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, and Loki are the series previewed in Marvel Studios' big game TV spot 2020. The video was full of spoilers, which we have listed and ranked below. If you hate spoilers, this isn't the place you wanted to be. Otherwise, feel free to read on and share your thoughts with us through the comment section!
Given that it is one of the highly-anticipated Marvel TV series, many rumors and fan theories were surrounding Wandavision. And although the clip is only a 30-seconder, it was enough to confirm one: Wanda will give birth to a twin. A scene in the video which teases a pregnant version of her. There is also another strong evidence to support this theory. There is a frame in the teaser where Wanda and Vision are standing in front of a crib and are staring at the pacifiers spat out by the "babies" in the air. If the babies were their offspring, could the two be Wiccan and Speed?
In Marvel Studios' Super Bowl TV spot, Loki seems to be wearing a prisoner jumpsuit with the logo of T.V.A., or Time Variance Authority. All those who were able to watch the Avengers: Infinity War know that Loki was one of the casualties of Thanos' conquest, making him dead in the current timeline. But in Endgame, Loki was able to escape after the Battle of New York in 2012 using the Tesseract while the present-day Avengers were retrieving the infinity stones. Could it be that the Loki TV series revolves around the 2012 version of the God of Mischief? And, is Loki time traveling all this time?
Fans got bewildered when they saw a tracking shot of what looks like Cap in Phase 4's Super Bowl trailer. The video shows a man on a Captain America uniform running across a football field then high-fives a dancing band member. But one thing is for sure, though. It wasn't Chris Evans/Steve Rogers. Who you probably saw donning the trademark threads was Wyatt Russel. He portrays John Walker, a U.S. agent that the government put in place of Captain America. But again, in Avengers: Endgame, Cap seemed to have passed the torch to the Falcon, Sam Wilson. Are there going to be two Captain Americas at the same time?
Remember Helmut Zemo? He was a Sokovian colonel who was the main antagonist in Captain America: Civil War. At the end of that movie, Black Panther captured Zemo in Siberia following his failed suicide attempt. Marvel Studios' big game spot in Super Bowl LIV teased us that the colonel will return in Disney+'s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. In a shot from the teaser, Bucky Barnes is aiming a gun closely in front of Zemo's face. And in the next frame, Barnes dramatically drops all the bullets out of his hands. Will Baron Zemo play a huge part in the series' plot?
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