Ironheart Villain Rumored To Be One Of Marvel’s Big Bad Guy MCU Debuts

A new rumor has it that a Marvel Comics villain will make his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in the upcoming Ironheart Disney+ series.

According to recent rumors, Marvel Studios Stone heart could mark the debut of a major villain in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

According to The Illuminerdi, one of the main villains of the upcoming Disney+ series is a white man “in his late twenties”, who is described as “charming, magnetic, smooth and oily” as well as “handsome with an athletic build. “. The character description further notes that this mysterious man “always works from an angle to his advantage” and “has a team working for him”. Based on this description, there is speculation that it could be Parker Robbins, alias. the hood.

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Created by writer Brian K. Vaughan and artists Kyle Hotz. and Eric Powell, Parker Robbins/Hood first appeared in 2002 hood #1 from Marvel Comics as the star of his own limited series. In the comics, Robbins began his career as a petty criminal before a run-in with a demon, from whom he stole a magic hood and a pair of boots, giving him the powers of levitation and invisibility. With these new powers, Robbins formed his own crime syndicate, making him a formidable figure in New York’s criminal underworld. If he will make his MCU debut in Stone heart has not been confirmed.


He’s not the first villain to join the MCU via Stone heart. The series is rumored to star Ezekial Stane, the child of Iron Man the villainous Obadiah Stane, portrayed by Jeff Bridges in the 2008 film. The character is described as “in his forties, bright and comedic…But all may not be what it seems with this character who has secrets to hide”. While Zeke was originally written in Joss Whedon’s script for 2012 The Avengers, it never reached the screen.

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Riri Williams/Ironheart, played by Dominique Thorne, will make her MCU debut in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever before starring in his own Disney+ series, Stone heart, for which Chinaka Hodge will serve as editor. “We shoot Black Panther: Wakanda Forever right now, and the character of Riri Williams, you will meet in black panther 2 first,” Marvel Studios President/Marvel Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige confirmed in August 2021. “She started shooting I think this week before her Stone heart series. “


Created by Brian Michael Bendis, Mike Deodato, Eve Ewing and Kevin Libranda, Riri Williams debuted in 2016 Invincible Iron Man #seven. A 15-year-old MIT student, Riri is able to reverse engineer Tony Stark’s technology to create her own armor and become Ironheart. The series will be officially confirmed by Marvel Studios in December 2021 on Disney Investor Day.

While Stone heart does not yet have a release date, the first season of six episodes will be broadcast on Disney+.

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Source: The Illuminerdi



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