Marvel Is Finally Including LGBTQ Characters In Cinematic Universe

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'[You can expect] Brand new heroes, new types of heroes, continuing what we see in Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Black Panther, and Captain Marvel, ' Feige explained. Such cuts add another dimension to the question; even planning to add more LGBT characters is no guarantee their sexuality will make it to theaters.

The Avengers proved that the shared universe could come together, opening the door for more team-up adventures and more heroes. Marvel's Kevin Feige has said that we won't have official confirmation of the title until after we get the first teaser trailer for Brie Larson's Captain Marvel, which he says is still a few months away, towards the end of 2018.

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The latest film, Ant-Man and The Wasp, has been criticized for being set in San Francisco, a landmark city for gay rights with a large LGBTQ population, none of whom are represented in the film. Portrayed as bisexual in Marvel comics (she's in a relationship with Annabelle Riggs), Thompson revealed a year ago that she asked Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi to add a scene in which the character's bi-sexuality is represented on screen. "Both ones you've seen and haven't seen". Disney owns Marvel and the Mouse House is hesitant to feature anything even remotely controversial in their blockbusters.

Feige's last response suggesting that there have been "ones you've seen" in the MCU appears to support the claim made by Tessa Thompson that her character Valkyrie in Thor: Ragnarok was bisexual. The character has a tortured past, she's had to make a lot of hard decisions. That's going to change. We'll collect that knowledge here and keep this page up to date as new information comes in, so keep your eyes peeled. An Avengers squad composed of only female heroes, A-Force is one of the most powerful teams in the Marvel Universe and they are ripe for a big-screen adaptation. Spider-Man: Far From Home and Captain Marvel both seem like possible options.

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