Is it just me but as a queer person, am I the only one that uses fanfiction as a coping measure? No slur thrown, no homophobia, just that. I know in real life this could never happen but then my sad gay brain says but what if it did?
But with Captain Marvel on the way and Black Panther looking to be decidedly badass, it looks like Marvel is attempting to make up for lost time a bit. Tessa Thompson Creed fills the role of Valkyrie in the sequel, which already is a race-swapped bit of casting. Thompson recently took to Twitter to confirm that like in the recent comics, her version of Valkyrie is bisexual.
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Each of the series revolves around girls who have been infected with a mysterious virus known as the A Virus Armed Virus. These girls are brought to separate islands to spend their days completely isolated from the rest of the world until the islands' Observers, authorized by the government Organisation AAA, ostensibly deem them ready to rejoin society again. It was later shut down on July 7, Valkyrie Drive: Mermaidthe anime portion of the franchise, is being produced by Arms Corporation and aired in Japan between October 10, and December 26,receiving an uncensored broadcast on AT-X.
Tessa hopes that one day her sexuality wont be a talking point Picture: Marvel Studios. Marvel fans were furious to learn that a scene had been cut, showing a woman leaving Valkyries bedroom after spending the night with Tessas character. It was the only head-on reference to Valkyries bisexuality in the film but the actress doesnt seem to be as mad as the fans are.
Please go to the plugin admin page to Paste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. Tessa hopes that one day her sexuality wont be a talking point Picture: Marvel Studios. Marvel fans were furious to learn that a scene had been cut, showing a woman leaving Valkyries bedroom after spending the night with Tessas character.
After a whole decade of adopting Marvel's comics for the big screen, which has spawned 23 interconnected movies, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is still noticeably starved of LGBTQ characters. Marvel Studios' filmmakers and executives have historically tiptoed around the issue. Director James Gunn infamously explained the lack of representation in "Guardians of the Galaxy" by saying, "We don't really know who's gay and who's not.
Most notable was the Marvel Hall H presentation on Saturday. It will follow the Jason Aaron run of comics where Jane Foster picks up Mjolnir to defend Earth against an onslaught of frost giants. However, what was recently revealed about the film has gotten even more traction online.
Now that the MCU has completed its first three phases and released 19 superhero movies, it's time for a change. The always hush-hush studio didn't quite name who those heroes would be, but Feige did reveal that the LGBT heroes won't all necessarily be added to the MCU as new characters. The Playlist pointed out that one of those characters will likely be Valkyrie Tessa Thompsonbecause she almost had a scene in Thor: Ragnarok explicitly revealing the character's romantic relationship with another woman.