Let’s go ten years back in time. In 2013, Marvel released ‘Thor: The Dark World’, a film that isn’t properly remembered by most fans, but which In his first post-credits he, as always, hid a hint for the future of the company. In this case, in the background you can see, more as a reference than anything else, a type of golden chrysanthemum that many recognize as the one that gave birth to Adam Warlock. Suspicions were confirmed in Volume 2 of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ and now, finally, We can see him in all his glory.
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Adam Warlock was born in issue 66 of ‘Fantastic Four’, with his name in 1967, and He had to wait till 1972 to make his mark. It’s been an important part of Cosmic Marvel since then, especially since its split into Magus, Bad Part of It, but it’s a story that the UCM may not be able to adapt (as it’s too obvious to understand). is complex). As of now, we have confirmation that he will appear in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’… With a few changes that might irk most comiceros.
James Gunn’s vision of Warlock makes Ayesha his creator (as already seen in the post-credits of part two), When in the comics she is his genetic twin. For the rest, it seems like the character is destined to destroy the Guardians, though according to the director, he still has a lot to develop: “Definitely not a nice guy. What we are seeing is the childish form of the warlock, out of chrysalis, and doesn’t understand life very well. He’s basically a kid.”
The man responsible for bringing this murderous kid to life is Will Poulter, though the internet was betting on Tom Cruise. Being a character who may be important to the UCM in later films, Gunn chose someone “full of youth, and who has command of the dramatic and comic parts.”, We’ve Seen the Actor in ‘Midsomer’ and ‘The Maze Runner,’ But It’s Very Possible Let’s look at him further after playing the role of the cosmic hero.