Where did Marnie incarnate another debonair legacy!

Where did Marnie incarnate another debonair legacy!

Other characters include Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie and Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster, who is taking up Thor’s (Chris Hemsworth) mantle in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder. In fact, Thompson is also believed to have chatted with Feige about moving forward with an A-Force project.

In the fifties, Connery began acting, performing in a variety of local Scottish theatre productions. It took years before Connery really became a success as an actor, and all throughout the fifties and into the early sixties, he appeared in a number of roles, ultimately transitioning to television, and then to motion pictures. Connery’s big breakout role was in 1962 when he played James Bond in the film Dr. No. Ultimately, Connery became closely associated with the character of Bond, and to many fans, he remains the greatest incarnation of the debonair English spy.

As far as Black Widow is concerned, it is highly unlikely that she would be a part of the A-Force. Natasha died in Avengers: Endgame and, unless Marvel brings her back through time travel or some other means, her time in the MCU is likely over.

While Sean Connery became famous for playing James Bond, he proved that he was far more than a charming man in an expensive suit. A few of Connery’s popular roles over the years included parts in movies such as The Man Who Would Be King, Marnie, Murder on the Orient Express, The Untouchables, and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.



Leanne Gerich

Leanne is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, currently living in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She graduated from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition in 2011, and is currently completing her doctorate in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Leanne’s holistic approach to nutrition is unique for each individual. Passionate about health and more importantly, balance, she creates realistic solutions for optimal living. She truly believes in the power of food, yet the importance of moderation and variety.