Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Writer Jeff Loveness has denied being the one who revealed the mystery behind some of Marvel’s revelations.
Loveness, who wrote the script for the recent Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) sequel, has been accused by a social media user of running a Twitter account that leaked plot details. main about quantum.
After the account labeled itself a “follower”, repeatedly tweeting in support of Loveness amid a minor dispute with others in the MCU fan base, one person commented that the account could be ” really” is “Jeff Loveness long ago”.
“Are not. It’s not me. Doesn’t leak anything. It’s all not real,” replied the writer.
Loveness was also announced last year as the writer of the upcoming MCU sequel Avengers: Kang Dynasty.
quantum star Jonathan Majors has been set to reprise his role as the villain Kang in kangaroo dynasty. However, after the actor was charged with assault and harassment earlier this year – which Majors has denied – his future on the series remains uncertain.
In recent years, Marvel Studios has grown increasingly concerned about leaks. To try and maintain the element of surprise for its popular MCU releases, the company has repeatedly released edited trailers designed to mislead fans about the events of the film. .
Back in March, it was reported that Marvel was approaching the origin of quantum leaked, and intends to take legal action against it.
Last year, Miss Marvel star Iman Villani claims that Marvel has launched fake leaks online to make fans lose interest.
Owen Wilson, who starred in the Marvel Disney+ series Lokiadmitted he was once “unmasked” by Marvel after accidentally revealing details of the story in an interview.
In June 2022, Tessa Thompson, who plays Valkyrie in the Thor series, also apologized after a photo of her wearing the costume was leaked online.