Now that you mention that, I would say so too.She didn't need any defined sexuality. I would even say that being asexual in this film was a plus.
I am so guilty of that! As a lover of love, who wants everyone to be in love, I look for it everywhere. You can call me the Hallmark Movie Monster...I think we're so conditioned to expect a woman hero character to have a heteronormative romantic subplot, that the lack of one makes us seek the romance elsewhere.
Weirdly enough, I didn't get that. What I got was exasperated older brother or uncle to her little sister or niece.in the movie she kind of has a weird and creepy sexual tension with Yon-Rogg that thankfully goes nowhere.
Well, the first is obviously true. The Kree are only a shot at ICE if ICE is an international force that pursued immigrants into the US to try to steal their magic powers.People are now having hissy fits saying the Skrull are stand-in's for immigrants and the Kree are obviously taking a shot at ICE. Seriously
While in the comic, Chewie did become a mommy in later issues but for the movie Goose was played by four tabbies from Animals for Hollywood(named Gonzo, Rizzo, Archie, and Reggie). Reggie is a male, and the cat the CGI is based-on, and the cat taking to the first casting call for Goose. But its funny to read each cat has a specialty, the one to hold, the one to rub the leg, the cat to swipe, and the cat that is just the face cat.Goose was probably a boy, or at least played by a quartet of them.
Hey now.People are now having hissy fits saying the Skrull are stand-in's for immigrants and the Kree are obviously taking a shot at ICE. Seriously