25 Movie Details You Missed About Women of Marvel Cinematic Universe

11Aunt May

Aunt May

In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Aunt May is reading ‘The Woman in the Dunes’ by Kobo Abe - which is about an entomologist who gets caught like an insect - at a time in the plot where Peter Parker is almost ‘caught’ as Spider-Man.



In Ant-Man and The Wasp (2018) Ghost makes the motion of opening the double doors as she ghosts through them.

13Queen Frigga

Queen Frigga

In Thor (2011), Queen Frigga is visibly uncomfortable when Odin states that Thor is his firstborn child. In Thor: Ragnarok (2017) we learn that Odin’s and Frigga’s firstborn was Hela.

14Agent 13

Agent 13

When first introduced to Kate (a.k.a. Agent 13) in Captain America: The Winter Soldier she hangs up the phone and says to Steve she was on the phone to her aunt, who is kind of an insomniac. It is then revealed in Civil War that Kate is the niece of Peggy Carter.



During the casino brawl scene in "Black Panther," Nakia uses her high heels as a weapon. Later on, during the car chase scene, she is shown to be driving without her shoes



In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) Mantis states that Ego found her orphaned on her home planet. When the Ego is talking about The Expansion Ego can be seen with someone from the same race as Mantis as he was likely visiting trying to sire a child.



In Avengers Infinity War, Gamora reaches for her sword when Thor approaches her seemingly hostilely.

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In Thor: Ragnarok, Hela reanimates dead Einherjar and Loki revives Surtur with the same spell.

19Wanda Maximoff

Wanda Maximoff

In Age of Ultron, Ultron says Wanda can tear the Avengers apart from the inside. In Civil War, Wanda’s actions lead to the Accords and the split between Tony and Steve.

20Natasha Romanova

Natasha Romanova

In Iron Man 2 (2010), Natasha Romanova (Black Widow) potentially blows her cover by adopting a defensive stance when Tony and Rhodey crash through the ceiling during their fight.

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  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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