CAPTAIN AMERICA: BRAVE NEW WORLD will introduce Adamantium to the MCU

An interesting new report has emerged in this regard Captain America: Brave New World. It is said to introduce Adamantium to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

According to Scoper @MyTimeToShineH, the film will include Adamantium, a virtually indestructible metallic substance. Other details have been revealed that may be spoilers, so proceed at your own risk.

As you know, Wolverine has an adamantium skeleton as he was a test subject for the Weapon X project, which bonded his skeleton to the metal through an experimental process.

This process involved drilling holes into his body and enhancing his strength and speed to compensate for the additional weight of his new skeleton.

The source of metal in the MCU is said to come from the frozen remains of the Celestial Tiamut, and that Japan will be the first country to figure out how to turn it into metal.

It is in this process that they learn that Adamantium can absorb radiation, making it effective against any Hulk. It is said that Japan’s Adamantium reserves were stolen by the Leader.

It also means there’s a chance we might see Silver Samurai sooner or later!

This information hasn’t been confirmed, but it would be interesting how Marvel plays with this if it turns out to be true. There’s definitely some really cool stuff to play with here!

In the movie, Anthony Mackie he returned to the role of Sam Wilson, who is now Captain America. The film is also the protagonist Liv Tyler, Shira Haas, Tim Blake Nelson, Rosa Salazar, Danny RamirezAND Carl Lumbly.

Giulio Onah (The Cloverfield Paradox) will direct the film from a screenplay written by Dalan Musson AND Malcolm Spellmanboth of whom they wrote for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Spellman will produce with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.

Captain America: Brave New World arrives February 14, 2025.

by Joey Paur
Source: Geek Tyrant

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