A new trailer for Marvel's The Falcon and The Winter Soldier was released during the Super Bowl on Sunday, and, as is the norm, was shared by the various MCU-related Twitter pages as the night went on. However, one account in particular caught the attention of fans online.
The official Twitter for the now defunct Marvel's Inhumans TV series has been inactive since December of 2019, and the last Marvel Studios project it promoted was Captain Marvel. So, why did it reactivate to share the trailer for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier?
Of course, this might not mean a thing (there's a joke going around that Kevin Feige simply remembered the password), but it is interesting that the account is promoting this Disney+ show when there wasn't a peep put of it for WandaVision, for example.
There's a rumor doing the rounds that the plot of TFATWS "centers around a virus and emerging powered individuals," which could refer to the Inhumans. Then again, even if Marvel was planning to reintroduce those characters, we can't imagine they'd have anything to do with the versions from much-maligned ABC series.
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