I didn’t realize that people actually thought Bucky was going to be called “White Wolf” like, officially now by more than just playful Wakandan kids but here you go. pic.twitter.com/lO4iz7966J— Meg Downey (@rustypolished) March 9, 2018“Always winter baby. Never jump to conclusions too quick.” Even though the kids at the end of Black Panther call Bucky “White Wolf,” he might not take that name officially. If anything, it could just be the name given to him in Wakanda. Outside the futuristic African nation, he could still be The Winter Soldier. When he visits Wakanda, he’s the White Wolf. That’s my guess anyway. This could also be Stan being overly cautious. We know Marvel is super strict when it comes to spoilers. This could just be Stan trying to make sure nothing leaks before it’s supposed to.Well, we don’t have too long to wait. We’ll have our definitive answer on Bucky’s new superhero name when Avengers: Infinity War releases on April 27.Jessica Jones (Photo via Marvel)Finally, Jessica Jones released its second season this week, and it should surprise no one that the series has something to say. The first season was praised for its uncompromising feminism and its frankness and fearlessness with which it addressed issues like trauma, autonomy, male entitlement and rape. That feminism is prevalent behind the camera, too. That includes the costumes, according to series costume designer Elisabeth Vastola.In an interview with The Wrap, she talked about what the #MeToo movement means for costuming on a show like Jessica Jones. She considers every detail of the costumes to be extremely important, particularly in sensitive scenes. For example, when one character confronts a former director who assaulted her as a child. Vastola wanted the costume to communicate the confidence and independence necessary to make such a confrontation, but still come across as guarded. As she puts it, “an outfit that would make it clear that her body is hers, her mind is hers, it’s her choice.”Vastola describes the #MeToo movement as being about women dressing for women. “Dressing for themselves as opposed to women dressing for the male gaze or for men or for the public. “It’s really how women, very different types of women, can have that kind of control and command of their own wardrobe so that it’s expressing who they are and how they’re feeling themselves,” she said.You can watch Jessica Jones, and see all the fantastic costumes, now. Season two is currently streaming on Netflix. James Gunn Once Again Directing ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’Dark Phoenix Trailer Released & More Marvel Movie News Stay on target Chadwick Boseman in Avengers: Infinity War (Photo: Screenshot via Marvel/YouTube)Also from the article, we now know where the climactic battle of Avengers: Infinity War will take place. You know how each version of the trailer contains a look at this scene. Where Captain America, Bucky Barnes, Black Widow, The Hulk and (of course) Black Panther are all geared up for battle in Wakanda? This is probably an image from the last big fight of the movie.When asked about the success of Black Panther and Wakanda making an appearance in Infinity War, Feige let this slip. “That’s the grand Marvel Studios/MCU tradition of just being all in, right? All in on stuff we believe in, before the audience tells us what they think. You’ve heard us talk ad nauseam about the fact that we were in production on Avengers before either Thor or Captain America was released. Same thing with the whole third act of Infinity War being in Wakanda.”Whoa. It makes sense that the conflict would end in Wakanda. Vibranium is rare not just on Earth, but throughout the universe. Even if he had a fully assembled Infinity Gauntlet, Thanos would set his eyes on Wakanda. Not only do they have vast stores of Vibranium, but as we saw in Black Panther, they know how to use it. Thanos is going to want to get his gauntlet-clad hand on that.Sebastian Stan in Captain America Civil War (Photo via Marvel)Infinity War is also poised to bring big changes for Bucky Barnes, though what exactly those changes are is up for debate. The EW article says he’s going to change his codename altogether. Now that he’s no longer a brainwashed sleeper agent, some feel that the Winter Soldier moniker no longer fits. “Sebastian Stan’s rehabilitated assassin now goes by White Wolf,” the magazine writes. That does make a lot of sense, and White Wolf is a superhero in the comics. It’s just not Bucky Barnes. Much like Bucky of the MCU though, White Wolf is a white dude who finds himself in Wakanda and becomes a superhero. He actually becomes T’Challa’s adopted brother. That… probably isn’t going to happen in the movies, but it’s not that much of a stretch to imagine the Marvel Cinematic Universe adapting White Wolf’s story to fit Bucky’s.Only some disagree that that’s what’s really going on. Stan himself added confusion to the matter by responding to a comment on Instagram. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Things are calm in the Marvel Universe, which can only mean a big movie is about to come out. This isn’t the time for big announcements or casting news, as far as Marvel Studios is concerned. Its singular focus is to build hype for the upcoming movie. Which just happens to be the biggest, probably longest, one they’ve ever made. Entertainment Weekly put out a big cover story on Marvel’s upcoming crossover, and while it doesn’t spoil much, it does give us some idea of what we can expect. Like death. Lots of death.In the interview, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige talks about finales, and how the idea of making this movie into one really intrigued the folks at Marvel. “You don’t see it that often in this particular genre,” he said. Screenwriter Stephen McFeely was more direct. “It’s safe to say we will say farewell to people.” Well great. We all knew it was going to happen, but hearing it directly from the people who made the movie… it’s real now.The cast weighed in too, with Robert Downey Jr., sounding excited about doing something “definitive.” “We’re like a family now. Ten years later, we’re hanging out and having lunch, and kind of wondering when the draft is going to come in. Which one of us bites it and when?” he said.So yes, at least one of the Avengers is going to “bite it.” We just don’t know who. Given the last trailer though, things aren’t looking good for Vision. Even one of the directors of the film, Anthony Russo, said as much. “Vision is a living MacGuffin,” he said, referring to the Infinity Stone embedded in Vision’s forehead. “Obviously, that raises the stakes because Vision’s life is in danger, and his life is in conflict with Thanos’ goals, so something’s got to give.” No, not OK. I just want Vision to go live in the suburbs with his A.I. family, like in the comics! Is that too much to ask?Tom Hiddleston as Loki in Thor: Ragnarok. (Photo via Marvel Studios)Another character we’ll definitely see more of in Avengers: Infinity War is Loki. And it sounds like the movie will bring an end to a long-outstanding plot thread. Remember at the very end of the first Avengers movie when we first met Thanos. We learned that the reason Loki wanted the Tesseract, the reason he opened a portal for the Chitauri to invade Earth, was that he wanted what was inside it: The Space Stone. Thanos sent him to retrieve the Space Stone, and he not only failed, but he lost the Mind Stone he was using to control people.Now, EW reports that Loki will finally pay off that debt. Now, remember that climactic battle scene against Hela in Thor: Ragnarok. Before destroying Asgard the place to save Asgard the people, Loki makes a quick, but very important, pit stop. He grabs the tesseract from the archives. By the time Thor: Ragnarok ends, Loki has the Space Stone. We already know from the trailers that Thanos gets his hands on it in Avengers: Infinity War. It would appear Loki has finally made good on at least part of his promise.