25 Movie Details You Missed About Women of Marvel Cinematic Universe

1Ancient One

At the start of Doctor Strange (2016), the Ancient One is wearing her hood while she bends matter freely to stop Kaecilius. This is to cover her forehead to hide the fact that she is channeling power from the Dark Dimension (which is revealed later), which is why Kaecilius calls her a hypocrite.


2Spider-Man: Homecoming

In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Michelle (MJ) is reading a book titled "Of Human Bondage", a story of an orphan boy sent to live with his aunt and uncle.


3Mantis

In Avengers: Infinity War, Mantis sets her hands like an actual praying mantis when sneaking on Thanos.


4Captain Marvel

In Captain Marvel (2019), when Monica is changing the color of Carol's suit she first chooses a combination of red and gold, the same colors of DC's Shazam, who was previously known as Captain Marvel.


5Black Widow

Black Widow casually saves both Falcon's and Captain America's lives in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. When Bucky is shooting at these 3, he targets black widow first. She dives forward. She then pushes cap and Sam's heads out of the line of fire (watch the head cushions explode).


6Gamora

After stabbing Thanos, Gamora's sword doesn't have any blood stain or blood drops on it indicating its a fake reality.


7Valkyrie

In Thor: Ragnarok, the carcass that Valkyrie lands on is a bilgesnipe, a creature described by Thor in The Avengers.


8Pepper Potts

In The Avengers (2012) Pepper Potts is barefoot in stark tower whilst Tony Stark wears shoes. This was done to mitigate the height difference between Gwyneth Paltrow and Robert Downey Jr.


9Shuri

In Black Panther, Shuri asks which side of the road should she drive on due to her education in England as England drive left and most of the countries drive right.


10Hela

Thor Ragnarök: Hela's bruises disappear once she reaches Asgard, along with the cracks on her skin. Previously it is mentioned that her power increases when she's on Asgard.

2 COMMENTS

  1. The red, gold, and BLUE of Captain Marvel’s color change more closely refers to the outfit of the earlier male version of the character in the comics. Green and silver were the colors of his original costume.

  2. The first Captain Marvel printed by Marvel Comics was created by Stan Lee and Gene Colan in Marvel Super-Heroes #12 (December 1967). This character is an alien military officer, Captain Mar-Vell of the Kree Imperial Militia, who is sent to observe the planet Earth as it is developing technology to travel into space.

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