We previously learned that Josh Brolin’s Thanos would have some
backup when he goes against the Avengers and the Guardians of the
Galaxy. As the actors are currently shooting on location in Edinburgh,
Scotland, we’ve seen portions of the battles that are sure to showcase
in the forthcoming film.
Now Elizabeth Olsen has been seen at the shoot, pulling off some chaos magic as the Scarlet Witch.
She’s going up against some presumed members of the Black Order, it
appears, as we’ve been able to make out Corvus Glaive’s trademark staff
being wielded by one of the mo-cap actors. New videos here!
Olsen’s stunt double was spotted previously, but now she’s on hand
for what should be a substantial portion of the film.
Scarlet Witch during the break.
Will Thanos’ goons get their grubby alien mitts on the Vision’s Mind
Stone? Or will Scarlet Witch prevent them from accessing it from her
teammate? And if the bad guys do succeed, what will that mean for the
A movie about Sam Wilson would be amazing. We would get to know why and how he became Falcon and it would be a nice change from most Marvel movies. There would be no superpowers, no big villain to defeat, just backstory for Sam. Maybe Marvel could start a little origins thing on Netflix. Just a series of 1 to 2 hour long episodes that give us the back stories of our underrated heros like Rhodey, Clint, Karl Mordo, Maria Hill, Nick Fury, Sam Wilson, maybe even the howling commandos. It would give us a look into the stories of these amazing people.
Back when goalies served their own penalties, Clint Benedict got in a scrap with tough Cully Wilson. They both were sent to the box (at the time, a bench with no divider between opposing players).
“[Wilson] seemed to have had enough, so when he politely invited me to enter [the penalty box] first, I did. … [Then] he hit me with a beautiful right in the jaw. You couldn’t trust anybody in those days,” recalled Benedict.