Marvel: 7 MCU heroes who have children, and what they will become in the future

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Several Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) Phase 4 projects have featured new heroes, and more particularly the children of various Avengers and other vigilantes already; known. The latest phase has indeed increased; the number of young heroes. The goal is obviously to gently but surely introduce the Young Avengers. Nothing but WandaVision, Thor: Love and Thunder and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever introduced new children. Focus on these children of superheroes, who should have a bright future in the MCU.

Marvel: 7 MCU heroes who have children, and what they will become in the future

Iron Man – Morgan Stark

Morgan Stark, the daughter of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) was introduced in Avengers: Endgame. As a reminder, the Russo Brothers film takes place 5 years after the events of Avengers: Infinity War. À At the end of the feature film, Thanos uses the infinity gauntlet to make half disappear. of the universe. But luckily, Tony Stark and Pepper Potts remain alive. This allows them to raise little Morgana.

The latter has not yet returned to the MCU since Endgame. We see her for the last time during the final speech of her father, who sacrificed himself. to stop Thanos. However, she succeeded in stopping Thanos. make famous the line “I love you 3000”become an inseparable part of Tony Stark's character.

Marvel : 7 MCU heroes who have children, and what they will become in the future

Maybe little Morgana will return to the MCU and put on one of the his father's armor. But for now, Tony Stark’s heiress is Riri Williams (Dominique Thorne), aka Iron Heart. The latter, who made her first appearance in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will soon have her own series simply titled Iron Heart . In all likelihood, she will be the new Iron Man. She should also logically join the troop of Young Avengers.

Hawkeye – Cooper, Lila and Nathaniel Barton

The three children of Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) were presented to the occasion of Avengers: Age of Ultron. They then returned in the opening scene of Avengers: Endgame. A sequence that teases Lila's future as an archer before she succumbs to the snap of Thanos' fingers. The disappearance of his children pushes Barton at; become the Ronin, and to use his talents to wreak bloody vengeance. Finally, lately, all three have returned to the Hawkeye series.

Marvel: 7 MCU Heroes Who Have Kids, and What They Become In The Future

However, Cooper, Lila and Nathaniel Barton do not appear to have a concrete future in the MCU. The three characters should logically remain in the shadow of Clint, and be only simple scriptwriting tools to advance Hawkeye's arc.

No, the real heir The sister of &Elig de Hawke is Kate Bishop, the young archer played by Hailee Steinfeld in Hawkeye. She is a member of the Young Avengers in the comics, and will most certainly return to the MCU.

Ant-Man – Cassie Lang

This is the most accomplished character on this list. Indeed, little Cassie Lang is introduced in the first Ant-Man. Camped by the youngAbby Ryder Fortson, Scott Lang's daughter has had time to grow up at home. screen. This anchors his character in the minds of the audience. Cassie Lang then returned to; two times. In Ant-Man and the Wasp, still in the guise of Abby Ryder Fortson, then in Avengers: Endgame, 5 years after the eclipse, this time as a teenager, embodied by Emma Fuhrmann.

Marvel: 7 MCU heroes who have children, and what they will become in the future

Thanks to; this evolution, Cassie Lang is better managed than her peers. It is a logical evolution, which allows the spectators to attach themselves to; she. In Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, she will be played by Kathryn Newton and should logically put on her Stature costume . She will therefore be the new Ant-Man and will logically join, as in the comics, the ranks of the Young Avengers. Chances are Cassie will be back in the next two installments of the Avengers saga.

The Scarlet Witch – Billy and Tommy

Introduced in WandaVision, the two young Billy and Tommy then reappeared in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness . Remember, in the series, Wanda (Elisabeth Olsen) creates her own reality? where she is a mother of two children. But when her false reality collapses, Wanda loses her two boys, who disappear with Westview. In the latest Doctor Strange she decides to travel the multiverse to find traces of her children. But obviously gets stopped by the Master of Mystical Arts.

Marvel: 7 MCU Heroes Who Have Kids, And What They Become In The Future

In the comics, Billy and Tommy play an important role and become Wiccan and Speed. But the MCU seems to be going on another track. Billy and Tommy originate from Earth-838 in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and remain in their reality. Since the Scarlet Witch arc seems to be over, there is no reason for Billy and Tommy to reappear just yet. But if Wanda comes back, maybe Tommy and Billy will follow too. Especially since in the comics they are both prominent members of the Young Avengers.

Thor – Love

In the recent Thor: Love and Thunder, the god of thunder (Chris Hemsworth) finds himself with a young girl on his arms. Indeed, at At the end of the film, Gorr manages to approach eternity. Godslayer Incarnate by Christian Bale then decides to bring back his deceased daughter to life. But as he succumbs to her wounds, Thor promises her to take care of them like his own daughter.

Marvel: 7 MCU heroes who have children, and what they will become in the future

Here you go! so Thor, now a father, raising little Love. À Right now, Thor's future remains pretty hazy in the MCU. No fifth film is scheduled; at this time, and Chris Hemsworth is not expected to appear in any of the firm’s upcoming films. Logically, the god of thunder should make his big comeback. the occasion of Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars. Stay at whether he will still be with Love.

Hulk – Skaar

That's the big joke on this list. À The end of the She-Hulk: Lawyer series, Hulk shows up out of nowhere and introduces his son, Skaar, at his cousin Jennifer Walters. A sloppy, failed scene, which was singled out and criticized (rightly) by fans. Whether it's the direction, the writing of the sequence or the design of Skaar, nothing goes in this disastrous scene. Now that Skaar has been introduced like a hair in the soup, it will have to be reused.

Marvel: 7 MCU Heroes Who Have Kids, And What They Become In The Future

Skaar should logically return to the MCU, but remains at know why. Presumably, the Hulk's son will play a bigger role in the game. the future. Perhaps he will replace his father as the enemy of the whole Earth in a possible adaptation of World War Hulk. In any case, we would really like… In the comics, Skaar has a tragic and dramatic fate. If the MCU retains its identity dark and tormented, Skaar should bring a breath of fresh air to the intrigues surrounding the Hulk. Unless the firm decides to pervert it and keep the light, offbeat tone. and stupid from She-Hulk: Lawyer. There is also a high chance that Skaar will be part of the Young Avengers roster.

Black Panther – All Saints

This is the second big joke on this list. If you haven't seen Black Panther: Wakanda Forever yet, we advise you to stop reading this article immediately. This last paragraph will indeed contain SPOILERS!

In the post-credits scene of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever , Shuri (Letitia Wright) goes to the house of Nakia (Lupita Nyong'o). As Shuri mourns her brother, Nakia joins her on a beach, accompanied by a young child. She then reveals to the new ruler of Wakanda that she has a nephew. Indeed, little Toussaint was born; love between Nakia and T'Challa.

 Marvel: 7 MCU heroes who have children, and what they will become in the future

A post-credits sequence that makes no sense since it contradicts the general purpose of the film. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Shuri fights to become the new Black Panther and the new queen of Wakanda. She must take responsibility for herself and accept her new responsibilities. And while she does (obviously) At the end of the film, the post-credits sequence calls everything into question by presenting a new heir to the throne.

The Wakanda therefore no longer belongs to; Shuri but at Toussaint, T'Challa's son. Logically, when T'Challa's son grows up, he will claim his throne and become the new Black Panther, to Shuri's detriment. Not very feminist at all ça…