They should introduce the female Red Hulk
Speaking of the MCU, there are a few rumors about the Thor movie. It is up in the air whether or not Natalie Portman will return. Apparently, she wasn't happy that the woman director (I forgot her name) was dismissed. There is talk about having a female villain for the movie. They mentioned three possibilities. Loki's daughter, is one. Hela, was mentioned, and a third, Queen Korda.
Dismissed? I thought they voluntarily dropped out, like the first couple of Gambit directors. I didn't know it had (or may have) anything to do with Portman's return, I was under the impression she didn't even want to do The Dark World. Hela would be a great choice, especially if she would be Loki's enemy as well, since their family relation wouldn't make her sympathetic to him and thus forcing him to either create another alliance with his adopted brother, or else form his own 'team' (isn't it about damn time someone with actual superpowers started building a team of evil superhumans?) to try and come out on top. I think a three-way conflict would be a nice change of pace for the MCU.
Not that familiar with Korda, who dat? And I know people are clamoring for Charlie the Ron to play Enchantress. I'm wondering if, because Suicide Squad also has someone by that name, if the MCU might want to pocket her for later. But then, they already used her sister Lorelei in Agents of SHIELD, and look how dangerous she was. Imagine what a threat the big sister would be.
Oh, and I thought Iron Fist had been officially cast, but apparently not? Aaron Arkin (or however you spell/pronounce it, I've heard several different versions) isn't on the IMDB cast thing anymore, which I'm fairly certain he once was. But considering they're supposed to have Iron Fist's series premiere after Luke Cage's (which basically make it like Luke Cage comes out around Civil War, and Iron Fist comes out around Doctor Strange) they'd best stop dicking around and get to work since Doctor Strange is already filming and they had to delay a bunch of stuff for Benedict Cumberbatch. I don't think anyone hired to portray Danny Rand has that kind of clout!
Also something about Civil War is bugging me. They're bringing back Ross, who apparently left his military career for a milder political one (by choice or by force, either way) even though the most familiar character to his, Hulk, is conspicuously absent for the conflict. And Ross becomes the Red Hulk in the comics. Makes me wonder whether that'll become an element now or later, and the thing that bothers me is, if he can become a Hulk, wouldn't that mean just about anyone could? How are they going to get the genie back in the bottle with that one if they go down that road?