I just had my question about the Thor: Love and Thunder trailer downvoted into oblivion and closed. What's baffling is that it was closed as a "future work". From the original meta
BAD workflow - today:
Question generates (likely) several bad opinion based answers. Some are upvoted
Months/years later, correct canon answer is published
Someone answers with correct answer
I fully get that and support it. My general sense here is that asking about key plot points before the work is release isn't useful. In other words, you would need to consume the story to learn the answer.
My question isn't based on anything necessarily in the forthcoming movie itself. The character I wanted identified has already been announced and already exists elsewhere in Marvel canon (as evidenced by the highly objective answer). The fact that she's in the trailer at all was meant to tease her but I didn't recognize her. Similar questions have not faced this same treatment
- Who is this character in the second Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer?
- Who is this half Thor, half Iron Man dude in the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer?
- What was that big toothy inter-dimensional creature in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2?
We're not consistent here at all. Some questions get closed, some do not. And even if the question has an objective answer it still gets closed?
What exactly is the standard here?