We all know by now that Marvel doesn’t always deal with big revelations, and sometimes they like to do something unhelpful in their movies and series, like the first appearance of a despicable version of Kong the Conqueror. bottle gourd The finale now looks like they could have given one of their most secret introductions ever — by introducing the MCU’s first mutant into Kali Mai.
Olivier Richters A man has an ultimate bear, which is appropriate. He shared a picture of himself talking about himself on his Instagram account Kali Mai The character of Ursa Major, who in its comic book iteration is a commanding force of nature who transforms into a bear and is actually one of many Marvel mutants. Considering the amount of attention Marvel’s anticipated arrival has received, introducing its first mutant without much fanfare would be a pretty impressive move from Marvel. X Men Somewhere Down the Line, and a guest appearance by Hugh Jackman as Wolverine Doctor Strange 2 Thanks for the multiverse.
Richter’s Presence Kali Mai It’s a pretty memorable one to watch as his role turns into something else within the MCU when he participates in an arm wrestling contest with David Harbour’s Red Guardian, which doesn’t bode well for him. While the character clearly doesn’t have his urinary powers in the film, Richters would be quite excited to see him back in his full form somewhere down the line.
“Marvel Black Widow is out. Two years later I can finally tell who my character is: Ursa Major ????: The First Mutant (X Men) to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (Swipe Photo). Ursa is part of the Winter Guard, known for being “Russia’s answer to the Avengers”. His power turns him into an incredible bear, surpassing the Hulk in size. Ursa appears several times in the comics, fighting Wolverine and the Hulk. When production on set told me who I really was in Black Widow, I shed a few tears in my hotel room as my movie dream came true: being an official comic superhero. I can only hope that Marvel will bring back Ursa in full form.”
While some sort of change may come for the character of Ursa in the future, it could be one of those Marvel easter eggs poured into the movies for fans to hunt. In the comics, Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver are both mutants, but not in MCU, though it may be purely down to the term mutant and out of the time frame due to Marvel’s mutant branch being under Fox’s control. Now that they’re all under one banner, we can definitely see if Ursa will be brought back as his mutant bear in the future, but that’s something we’ll just have to wait and see. After all, one can only hope. Kali Mai Now on general release in theaters and still available on Disney+ Premiere Access.
Subject: Black Widow, X-Men