Last week, we reported on Twitter User Roger Wardell, who last December posted a series of tweets regarding Avengers: Endgame which ended up being incredibly accurate, right down to Thor’s new look and James D’Arcy’s appearance as Edwin Jarvis. Now, after months of silence, two more tweets have surfaced once again teasing the future of the MCU.
Earlier this week, Wardell posted two tweets alluding to what we can expect to see in both a Doctor Strange sequel and the third film in the Guardians of the Galaxy series. Check out the first below:
Based on his reference to Tilda Swinton’s Ancient One appearing and its 1980’s setting, we can only assume that we can expect to be seeing some form of flashback scenes. This would definitely be interesting, since Time Travel with the Time Stone is out of the question after the events of Avengers: Endgame.
For those who are unaware, Jericho Drumm is better known as Brother Voodoo – who in the comics has been both an Avenger and the Sorcerer Supreme. His brother Jericho Drumm also featured in 2016’s Doctor Strange as the protector of the Sanctum Sanctorum before being wounded by Kaecilius. This would definitely give his brother a reason to make his way to New York.
Clea is also a character who fans have been wanting to see teaming up with Stephen Strange in a future movie. In the comics, Clea is a fellow sorceress and love interest to the titular hero. She also happens to be the daughter of the Umar and niece of Dormammu – who previously appeared in the characters solo film.
He also tweeted out some interesting tidbits regarding Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 3. He revealed:
In the comics, Drax’s daughter is known as Moondragon and over the years has appeared as both a member of the Guardians and the Avengers. She would definitely be a great addition to the team – and this would give Dave Bautista’s Drax a chance to truly shine, seeing as his last few appearances have been more in the vein of comic relief.
It also appears as though Rocket’s story on Halfworld may be greatly expanded upon. With the inclusion of The High Evolutionary as his creator and Lylla, a sentient Otter, as his love interest. Given how Avengers: Endgame ended with a time-displaced Gamora somewhere out in the Galaxy, it would make sense for Quill and Nebula to grow closer as part of their pursuit.
Of course, we can only take these MCU tweets as speculation, but given how accurate he was with Avengers: Endgame I’m willing to give him the benefit of the doubt.
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