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With April fast-approaching, it’s time to look ahead at what all of the major streaming services have to offer in the month ahead. Over the last couple of weeks, services like Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, and Amazon Prime released the full lineups of movies and shows arriving throughout the month of April. There are plenty of classics on the way to each service, as well as a full slate of new originals worth getting excited about.
Amongst other side characters who are on the older side, with rich histories of their own, Nick Fury stands out against the rest. He is the director of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the one who recruits Tony Stark to the Avengers Initiative in the first place. However, his role before the events of the MCU are not quite as well-known. The franchise dipped back into his story by involving him in Captain Marvel, but going even further back to see how Nick Fury became the super-powerful figure he is by the beginning of the MCU.
The film was officially announced at Comic-Con in 2019 for a May 2020 release, but of course, was delayed to July 2021 due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Black Widow is a film that has been a long time coming, and after all of the delays, it’s hard to worry that there will be a decrease in relevance and quality. Especially when upon an MCU rewatch, it’s clear where a Black Widow movie would fit perfectly.
Much like Korg, Valkyrie was only introduced in Thor: Ragnarok. However, as this movie is one of the best in the franchise, there are multiple characters in the film who are deserving of their own origin movies. There are perhaps no characters in the movie, however, more deserving of their own origin movie than Valkyrie. Even Thor is a huge fan of Valkyrie in-universe, as Thor comments to her that he was basically a fan of her and the Valkyries growing up. Seeing what Valkyrie was like as a warrior — and even her life afterwards, and how she got to Sakaar — would make for an incredible movie.