Welcome to the MCU Weekly Pulse, a rundown of all the stories throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe that we didn’t cover in News or Features this past week.

Jessica Henwick And Finn Jones Reunite For Iron Fist

Actually, I don’t think Nymeria Sand and Ser Loras Tyrell have actually shared a scene together in Game of Thrones, but here’s both Jessica Henwick and Finn Jones pictured together while filming for Iron Fist in ongoing.


Elsewhere on Netflix, promotion for Daredevil continues to bubble away nicely following the warm reception Season 2 got back in March. This teaser image and motion poster via the show’s official Twitter channel.

And, having successfully spawned a Frank Castle solo series, new reports of Marvel staking Punisher related web domains – including a certain vehicular crowd-pleaser.

Iron Fist will be released in 2017, while Daredevil seasons 1 and 2 now available on Netflix.

Source: Jessica Henwick and Daredevil on Twitter.

Watch The Moment Tobey Maguire Finds Out He’s Not In Civil War

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Original Web-Slinger Tobey Maguire has, by all accounts, taken the outrageous success of Tom Holland‘s Spider-Man in good sport. The actor pointed his followers on Instagram to this fun video in which his Peter Parker sees that there’s a new kid in town.

Haha seriously, who made this? @tomholland2013 good job! You are great as Spider-Man. Keep it up!

A video posted by @tobiasmaguire on

Meanwhile, Tom’s busy buffing-up for his solo debut Spider-Man: Homecoming which arrives next year.

Spiderman push-ups ?. @thebody_shapestudios @missfitkaren

A photo posted by ✌️ (@tomholland2013) on

Spider-Man: Homecoming will be released July 7th, 2017.

Source: Tobey Maguire and Tom Holland on Twitter

Pole-dancing Loki Fan-art Is Now A Thing


Tom Hiddleston has appeared on UK television alongside fellow Avengers alumni Samuel L. Jackson. Both were chatting on The Graham Norton Show, during which Tom introduced the studio audience to an exciting new sub-genre involving the God of Mischief and, er, stripper poles – proof, if proof were needed, that the Internet can go to some strange places whenever the fudge it likes. You can watch the video below.

Source: The Graham Norton Show

The Russos Give Thanks To Fans For Supporting Captain America: Civil War

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Now that Civil War is bonafide copper-bottomed, vibranium-plated box office smash, the Russo brothers took time out to thank those of us who were with them from the start. You can watch their heart-felt thanks in their Facebook post below.

Elsewhere, the press tour has rumbled on. The perfectly pitched frenemy relationship Anthony Mackie’s Falcon and Sebastian Stan’s Bucky share in the film was just one a so many great personality clashes we got to enjoy. Hear both actors discuss who from #Team Ironman they’d want for #TeamCap in the video below.

In another interview, the Russos were given the chance to explain some of Civil War‘s inception. You can hear their answer in the video below.

Is ‘hand choreography’ a thing? It is now! In an interview on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Elizabeth Olsen give a quick demonstration of Scarlet Witch’s hex-inducing hand gestures. You can watch the video below.

Randomly, a US military spokesperson by the name of Wayne Hall has gone on record saying that, were Steve Rogers an actual real-life person, he may well be entitled to some back pay. Responding to a Reddit thread, he speculated the amount to be somewhere in the region of $3,154,619.52. You can read the full article here.

Captain America: Civil War is out now.

Source: The Russos, the official Captain America and Iron Man channels, The Late, Late Show, The Tribunist,

Kurt Russell Officially Wraps His Work On Guardian Of The Galaxy Vol.2


We’re still not sure who exactly Kurt Russell is going to be playing in Vol.2, but James Gunn tweeted his admiration for the actor this week and announced that his work on the movie had been completed.

Gunn was also tweeted appreciation for Sylvester Stallone, suggesting the Guardians sequel is going to service the Tango & Cash reunion we’ve all (if you born in the 80s) been waiting for.

The director also posted two sketches from his celebrated ‘WhatWeShotWednesday’ series. These things are becoming increasing abstract as you can see below.

Actor Tommy Flanagan tweeted his thanks to James Gunn for his experience making the movie. This on Twitter.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 is out April 25th, 2017.

Source: James Gunn on Twitter and Instagram, Tommy Flanagan

Superfans Of Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D Hang With The Stars


And finally, as part of the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D Academy web series, fans of the series were given the opportunity to hang out on set and meet with some of the cast.

The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D two-hour season finale airs this Tuesday on ABC.

Source: TV Guide Magazine on Twitter

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