With regards to films, 2019 will be a vital year for Marvel Studios. While they’ve spent the most recent decade developing a standout amongst the most mainstream film franchises ever, they’re at a defining moment. Most importantly, with Avengers: Endgame (2019), the primary major arc will wrap up. It’s also unknown who, if any, of the first Avengers plan on staying around for more films. Overall that, Sony discharged two fruitful films for their Spider-Verse establishment. On the brighter side, with the securing of Fox, Marvel currently has the rights to the X-Men and Fantastic Four franchises. Change is coming, and this year will, at last, uncover what direction the studio is going in.
Here are 7 MCU characters we’d like to see in 2019:
The Vision appeared in the very first Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Iron Man (2008). In those days, he was known as J.A.R.V.I.S., Tony Stark’s AI aide. In Age of Ultron (2015), the AI was converged with an automated body and the mind stone, making the hero currently known as the Vision.
Tony then introduced another program, this time a female voice called Friday. In any case, when he’s shown through the possible substitutions, one of the alternate projects is plainly marked “Jocasta.” In the comics, she’s a female robot made by Ultron.
6. AMADEUS CHO
Actually, this character has already shown up, but it may not really count. In The Incredible Hulk, Bruce Banner uses a pizza to reward a student to give him a chance to utilize the PC lab. As indicated by the film’s novelization, the character was named Amadeus Cho. Sadly, he was played by Martin Star, who showed up in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) in a totally different role.
While Amadeus’ status is right now ambiguous, his mom, Helen, showed up in Age of Ultron. She was a geneticist who helped the Avengers on different activities and was constrained into aiding Ultron to assemble Vision’s body. Since The Incredible Hulk is for the most part overlooked, an all new and all extraordinary Amadeus Cho could step up to the plate.
5. RICK JONES
It’s insane that Rick Jones hasn’t shown up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe yet. He previously appeared back in The Incredible Hulk #1 (1962) by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. At first, he filled in as a supporting character/sidekick to the Hulk before, in the end, proceeding onward. From that point forward, he’s filled in as Captain America’s sidekick and collaborated with both Captain Marvel and Rom.
While Jones hasn’t shown up in any of the films, he was referenced in the opening credits of The Incredible Hulk (2008).
It appears Sony has at last made sense of how to get their Spider-Man film universe off the ground. With both Venom (2018) and Into the Spider-Verse (2018), they’ve effectively spread out the establishment from concentrating on just Peter Parker. The studio unmistakably has plans to extend, and it’s vague how this will collaborate with Tom Holland’s Spider-Man in the MCU.
Technically, Silk’s alter-ego showed up in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) as a fellow student. Since they’ve effectively settled that she exists, Marvel should advance and present Silk for real and set up a firm association with the rest of the Spider-Verse.
3. J JONAH JAMESON
One of Spider-Man’s most established enemies hasn’t shown up on the big screen in over 10 years, in spite of the character’s consistent reboots and spin-offs. JK Simmons splendidly played J. Jonah Jameson in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man set of three. From that point forward, the character has just been referenced in the movies, and it isn’t clear what presence (assuming any) he has in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
J. Jonah Jameson is an enormous part of the Spider-Man mythos, and he’s been away for a really long time. His child, John Jameson, showed up in Venom, so it would be the ideal time for Marvel or Sony to discover a place for him in Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019).
2. KREE SENTRY
With Captain Marvel (2019), Marvel will finally completely join their cosmic stories with their Earthbound heroes. While franchises like Thor and Guardians of the Galaxy have investigated the universe, the Earth has remained moderately secluded from those undertakings. Truth be told, beside Thanos and his powers, aliens haven’t presented much a danger to Earth.
Captain Marvel will present the contention between the Kree and the Skrulls and put Earth right in the centre. In the comics, the Kree utilized robots known as Sentries to monitor their military stations.
It turns out when a big company purchases another, it’s an exceptionally perplexing procedure. Despite the fact that Fox consented to be purchased by Disney, it’s not clear when precisely the deal will be settled. In this way, it’s not clear when Marvel will approach X-Men characters. That being stated, it’s conceivable that everything could be good to go sooner or later in 2019.
As of late, a PG-13 cut of Deadpool 2 (2018) was released. It’s speculated that because of the popularity of Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool, Disney may simply incorporate him specifically into the MCU.