‘Secret Invasion’ Goes To Taika Waititi Levels Proves The Truth Hurts As The ‘Spider-Verse’ Begins To Look Like ‘Quantumania’

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Some days, the Marbrann news train delivers positive parcels that get you excited for the future of superhero media, but other times it just dumps a lot of disappointment on your doorstep. Unfortunately, it is the last one that is docked today as Secret Assault hits a new level of critical repulsion as one of its stars goes and proves the things we all didn’t really want to be. Meanwhile, the beloved comic film of the year, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Versesuffering from terrible whistle blowing.

Throughout the Spirit-Verse and Quantummania having that exact problem proves that the superhero movie industry needs to change

MODOK in Quantumania
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We did not think before that there was much to tie the lover A spirit poem a follow-up to Marvel’s infamous Phase Five opener, but it seems both were plagued by deplorable working conditions for their animators/visual effects team. Showing similar publications that came out later QuantummaniaRevealed, those who worked on Sony’s animated film are back at the high-pressure, endlessly long work environment they had to endure. What with these two examples and The Flashit sure looks like Hollywood needs to take a good, hard look at how it treats its animators and VFX artists.

Secret Assault falling to Thor: Love and Rain levels of critical reaction after one highly controversial event

Secret Assault
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Secret Assault already opened to the weakest Rotten Tomatoes score of any Marvel Disney Plus series bar, but now it’s sunk further down the review site to match the low score hit on Thor: Love and Rain, the epic 2022 effort from Taika Waititi. Given the very different tones of these two MCU projects, it’s somewhat ironic that they’re sitting at the same level on RT. Apparently, the critics score is falling as a result Secret Assaultcontroversial opening episode, and by the looks of things, that controversy is only going to continue…

Cobie Smulders confirms eyewitness testimony, but fans still don’t know who to trust

Cobie Smulders as Maria Hill and Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury in 'Secret Invasion'
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We all took the difficult turn at the end of the Secret Assault episode one was a bit of a cliffhanger, but based on what appear to be genuine and honest comments from star Cobie Smulders, it looks like what happened to Maria Hill really did happen. Although, of course, fans know all too well that Marvel actors sometimes have to lie to keep the studio secret – Andrew Garfield, I’m looking at you – so it’s easy to suspect that this is all still part of a big conversation. . Especially when we have factual evidence that points to that conclusion. But we just have to keep looking Secret Assault and see.

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Christian Bone

Christian Bone is a Staff Writer/Editor at We Got This Covered and has been scratching up the internet with his opinions on movies and TV for a decade, ever since he graduated with a Creative Writing degree from the University of Winchester. He can usually be found writing about anything Marvel or DC. And yet, if you asked him, he would probably say that ‘The Incredibles’ is his favorite superhero movie.

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