Yeah, most definitely very high on the cluster meter. It's near incoherent at times unless you have your TV's brightness turned up to 11. And then you burn out your retinas when things blow up. Suicide Squad wasn't much better on that front.
As part of Disney’s massive rescheduling, Black Widow is now hitting theaters on November 6, the date that previously belong to The Eternals. That movie, which sees the eponymous cosmic beings battling The Deviants, has subsequently been pushed to February 12, 2021, which is when Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings was supposed to come out. You can probably see where this is going.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings will now arrive on May 7, 2021, with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness following on November 5, 2021 and Thor: Love and Thunder landing on February 18, 2022, a date that had originally belonged to an untitled Marvel movie. The third MCU-set Spider-Man movie is still set for July 16, 2021, although because that’s a Sony picture, it’s possible it could also be delayed, and the studio will announce as much at a later date (there was no mention of Spider-Man in Sony’s delays announcement earlier this week).
I think IM3 is slightly less bad knowing they were headed in a direction with Tony's PTSD, but it will still not be an IM movie for me w/o some AC/DC, at least at the beginning. I also thought the super Pepper, suit destruction and arc reactor removal ending was terribad... And the villains were plot convenience fodder... And the usage and waste of the Mandarin (no matter how funny)... Yeah, I still hate it...
As for Thor 2, it certainly gets funnier when you remember Loki's play at the beginning of Thor: Ragnarok. Otherwise, it's still pretty meh.
I wish I were more excited. My impression is that we will be getting the second string for the most part, with a heaping side of woke. At least SW seems to have turned a corner with The Mando.
Ant man is far from my fvorite, but I found myself re-watching Anyman & the Wasp several times when it was on netflix. Funny feel good movie.
I still don't find Hope all that likable, but I can see why Paul Rudd's character fell for her. In fairness, she takes after her father, who is likewise kind of a douche.