The first season of Loki – 96% came to an end, and with it we also had the introduction of a character that will be very important in the next phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Kang. However, before fans saw Jonathan Majors in chapter six of Loki, many believed that Marvel was going to try to surprise us with an unexpected twist: that Miss Minutes would be the villain of the show.
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Miss Minutes is an artificial intelligence and mascot of the Temporal Variation Authority; It is shaped like a clock with a friendly face in the style of old American cartoons. Because in WandaVision –
95% fans wove a thousand theories about the villain and the character played by Evan Peters, but in the end they were not confirmed, in Loki Many believed that none of the planned would come true, but it did not.
In the last chapter Miss Minutes has only a few seconds to appear, and shortly after that One Who Remains, the character played by Majors, appears. However, before disappearing, the adorable pet says goodbye with a face that fans described as disturbing, so in a recent interview with director Kate Herron with The Hollywood Reporter, she was questioned about the possibility of making a slasher movie ( horror subgenre) focused on Miss Minutes, and this was her response (via .):
I would love to! That would really be my dream.
It is striking to remember that in an interview with Marvel.com the filmmaker said that a deleted scene from the final episode would show Miss Minutes fighting against Loki and Sylvie, and also showing her more evil side. While there will be a second season of LokiIt is known that Herron will not be returning as director, so that crazy idea of a slasher tape with Miss Minutes will have to wait. On the other hand, it is not the type of stories that Marvel Studios is interested in telling in its franchise, which has chosen to be suitable for the whole family.
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What is a fact is that Tom Hiddleston (The Night Manager – 93%, Scarlet Peak – 71%, Kong: Skull Island – 76%) will return as the God of Lies in the second season, and that we will most likely see Sylvie again as well, since she stayed in the place of the One Who Remains, and did not seem very convinced with the idea of maintaining a single sacred timeline.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has evaded the horror and horror genres and only some of its films have had a small influence on them; according to Elizabeth Olsen (Avengers: Infinity War – 79%, Kodachrome – 71%, Ingrid Goes West – 86%), Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be terrifying, but it doesn’t seem that at some point Marvel Studios wants to dive right into the cosmic horror that characterizes some stories from the Doctor Strange comics.
After the successful premiere of Black Widow – 87%, Marvel will still present three feature films this year that have raised fan expectations: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Eternals and Spider-Man: No Way Home. Especially the latter has the expectations skyrocketing, as it has been rumored that it will bring back Tobey Maguire (The Master Play – 72%, The Great Gatsby – 48%, Crazy Weekend – 25%) and Andrew Garfield ( Until the Last Man – 86%, Social Network – 96%, A Reason To Live – 67%) in his roles as Spider-Man. In addition to movies, Marvel is currently developing series of superheroes She-Hulk, Ironheart and Ms. Marvel, and superheroes Moon Knight and Hawkeye.
WandaVision, Falcon and the Winter Soldier – 97%, Loki, and the more than 20 feature films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe already released are available on Disney Plus.
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