Will Marvel Studios introduce Nova in The Marvels film? New rumors says so. But what will he do in that film? We speculate that
Phase 4 of the MCU might have been a disappointment, but fans are still pumped up for Phase 5 and beyond. One of the projects that MCU fans are eagerly waiting for is “Nova.” Deadline reported in March 2022 that Marvel Studios was developing a Nova project written by Sabir Pirzada (Moon Knight). But after that announcement there was no information on the project. However, there were plenty of rumors. Now, another rumor has joined the list and it’s related to “The Marvels.” Keep reading to know more.
The newest rumor from the Twitter account Marvel Updates mentions that Nova will be first introduced in the upcoming “The Marvels” movie. It’s not a too far-fetched idea for Marvel to introduce Nova in “The Marvels”. After all, “The Marvels” is going to be an intergalactic film and Nova is part of the Nova Corps which is an intergalactic team. You can check out the tweet below:
— Marvel Updates (@marvel_updat3s) December 24, 2022
However, we don’t think that Nova will get a flourishing introduction or will interfere in any events of the movie. After all, “The Marvels” already has its hands full with 3 lead characters- Captain Marvel/ Carol Danvers, Ms Marvel/ Kamala Khan, and Photon/ Monica Rambeau. So we think that the post-credits scene of the movie will probably introduce the character. It just remains to be seen whether it’s the Richard Rider version or Sam Alexander one.
Previously, The Cosmic Circus reported that Marvel Studios was going to develop Nova as a Disney+ one-hour Special Presentation. But now, another scooper, Twitter user My Time To Shine has said that it will be a film. Check out the tweet below:
Nova is gonna be a movie not a series or a special
— MyTimeToShineHello (@MyTimeToShineH) December 27, 2022
As of now, there’s no way to confirm if any of the rumors are true since there has been no official reports from Marvel Studios.
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