The hugely popular Marvel Cinematic Universe is rapidly filling up with a wide variety of weird and wonderful characters – a trait that is set to continue for many years still to come, as Marvel Studios announced a fourteen year plan to keep the franchise going quite recently. Inevitably, this creates a bunch of interesting relationships and interactions and, as a result, there are some extremely engrossing and compelling relationships developing in the current set of movies and television episodes.
Of course, not all of these relationships are plain-sailing – in amongst all the friendships, the romances and indeed the “bromances” are some pretty complex and volatile relationships, all of which make for great viewing for the audience as the characters in question interact with each other in various ways.
It comes down to the writing, the characterisation, the acting and the chemistry between the actors playing the relevant characters »
- Kev Stewart
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