Given how casually Loki did it I had no doubt he was... that being said what is an actor statement really worth? Didn't we get a bunch of stuff about Captain Marvel being able to time travel and move planets before? I mean maybe she can move planets, but Endgame kinda proves she has no time travel ability or the movie would be very different.
Like that russian action movie. Ugh, I'm still not over the fact that that idea was wasted on a movie that had no intention of being more than a videogame you can't actually play.
Generally it will fail with well known heroes because we actually want to see them and with streetlevelers it would probably make hand-to-hand scenes fairly unbearable, although used sparringly in a fight scene first person could work to enhance immersion if the switch is not to jarring.
I think maybe a Deadman movie fully in first person could work with him being fairly bodyless and literally going into and possessing people.
@tifalockhart: She was unable to catch Kid Loki by speed in Young Avengers and unable to approach Ultimate Nullifier while he was firing at her, and he is by all indications a normal human. So I would not say the speed is consistent. And it's Al Ewing the guy who makes Medusa beat up Thor, who has her punch Thanos.
Eh, why would it not do well boxoffice wise. People might just want to watch endgmame again on the big screen. Not like cinemas showing the star wars movies or so ething again aren't making good money.