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Thunderbolts movie real villain is reportedly Val, Sentry’s antagonist role & The Void explained

Thunderbolts movie real villain is reportedly Val, Sentry’s antagonist role & The Void explained

It has lately been rumored the menacing super-powered Sentry would be the biggest threat in the Thunderbolts movie. But new breadcrumb info suggests the director of CIA, Val – would be the instigator behind Sentry’s outburst through The Void, ultimately serving as the antagonist. Valentina allegra de Fontaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) was announced as part of the squad when the project was unveiled at 2022’s D23 expo.

Marvel Studios’ crossover event flick featuring some of MCU’s finest villains and anti-heroes have slowly gained as much interest among fans as the next Avengers project, The Kang Dynasty. While several characters such as Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) to Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh) were announced, the team is expected to make changes to the roster. One of those inclusions was revealed to be Sentry, thanks to insiders.

Sentry’s involvement gained more curiosity when reports claimed he’d not only be a part of the Thunderbolts but would also journey to the Tiamut island which is rumored to be the grounds containing Adamantium. Insiders had initially stated the Golden Guardian from the comics would turn out to be the threat hiding in disguise in the movie.

Now, the same scooper CanWeGetSomeToast revealed that while Golden Man serves as a threat, Val’s seemingly responsible for the physical nature of the threat, which is possibly The Void, the destructive force of entity within him. In fact, the insider claims this part of the character arc will be adapted into his storyline. Readers can check it out below.

Thunderbolts’ Val is rumored to be the mastermind behind Sentry

Val’s appearance so far has been more along the lines of Nick Fury but her allegiance has mainly been towards the US’s interest, unlike the ex-SHIELD director. Nonetheless, it can be argued her role tips on both sides of the scale, similarly, actor Louis-Dreyfus recently described her character as, “I think she sort of straddles both worlds of good and bad. I think it’s a little bit unclear,” said the Marvel actor speaking on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Directed by Jake Schreier from a script penned by Eric Pearson, the team-up flick features David Harbour as Red Guardian, Hannah John-Kamen as Ghost, Wyatt Russell as UG Agent, Olga Kurylenko as Taskmaster. Recently, it was reported The Bear star Ayo Edebiri has joined to play an undisclosed role.

Thunderbolts will hit theaters on July 26, 2024.




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