Tessa Thompson has theory about Marvel Cinematic Universe's success
Thursday, 8 March 2018
Actor Tessa Thompson has said that one of the reasons Marvel Cinematic Universe has excelled over the years is its "incredibly human" superhero characters.
The Westworld actor, who played the character of Valkyrie in MCU's Thor: Ragnarok, said despite being super-powered individuals, the audience can often relate to ...
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