‘Thunderbolts’ Villain Rumored to Be Fueled by a Dark Entity

Though production in Marvel Studios Thunderbolts won’t begin for several more months, the film’s plot is starting to take shape. Credible rumors suggest that the team assembled by Julia Louis-Dreyfus‘ Valentina Allegra de Fontaine will find themselves up against one of Marvel Comics’ most powerful characters: Robert Reynolds, aka Sentry. Now, a new rumor from one of YouTube’s most popular sensationalists adds a little extra seasoning to the rumored rumble between Sentry and the Thunderbolts.

The rumor packs a pretty meaty claim about what it is that makes the Sentry such a dangerous character; if it’s accurate (and I have every reason to believe it is), Marvel Studios has chosen to go a route with the character that seemed improbable. According to the new information, Robert Reynolds will have a relationship with the malignant entity known as the Void.

In the comics, the Void is an ancient being of unspeakable evil whose origins seem to predate the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II. The entity attached itself to Sentry, slowly driving him mad and driving him to commit unimaginable atrocities. Over the years, the Void’s true nature has been reconned and added to but the reality remains that its inclusion in the MCU portends very bad things for the Thunderbolts.

Since rumors of the Sentry’s role in Thunderbolts first surfaced, fans have theorized that the team of Super Soldiers and spies probably didn’t stand much of a chance against the Superman analog. With the all-but-certain addition of a dark entity fueling Sentry’s rage, it’ll be interesting to see how the group holds up to a being with the power of a million suns who is possessed by an evil being.

Thunderbolts is tentatively slated to land in theaters on July 26, 2024.

Source: YouTube

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