Taika Waititi has become a well-known name after pumping new energy into the Thor movie franchise after directing (and having a cameo in) Thor: Ragnarok. With the Waititi-directed follow-up, Thor: Love and Thunder due out in 2021, and a possible Akira adaption, Waititi doesn't seem to be lacking in things to do. Well, it looks … Continue reading Will Waititi Be Wooed Into Developing A ‘Star Wars’ Film?
Back in April of last year, Disney confirmed several Marvel series in the works for their streaming service, Disney+. Later in the year, with the reveal of even more Marvel series headed to Disney+, the company and dropped the news that the Scarlet Witch and Vision series titled WandaVision would arrive in the Spring of … Continue reading ‘WandaVision’ Series Will Now Launch In 2020
A third Deadpool movie has been talked about for a while now, recently with the claim that the movie would retain its "R" rating. That seems problematic as 21st Century Fox (who do the Deadpool films) was absorbed by Disney earlier this year (as was Marvel, who produces the Deadpool comics, in 2009), and the … Continue reading Reynolds Says Working With Marvel On Third ‘Deadpool’ Movie
The first season of the first live-action Star Wars series The Mandalorian came to an end today with the release of the show's eighth episode on Disney+. The show was already confirmed to have a second season before the first even aired, but now we have an idea of when we can expect more Mando. … Continue reading What Season ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2 Will Arrive In Revealed
The final movie of the Star Wars Skywalker Saga, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, is just over a month away so we guess it seems like an appropriate time to have a mini-dump of promotional stuff. Prominently, The Rise of Skywalker is the cover story for this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly. We're pretty … Continue reading New ‘Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker’ Images, Poster, & Commerical
One film has been pushed back all the way to September next year, while the other has been removed from a release schedule all-together.
Dark Horse started to publish Disney•Pixar Incredibles 2 comics last year despite Disney owning Marvel. Well, the release of The Incredibles sequel Incredibles 2 last Summer doesn't seem to have stopped publication of the sequel's affiliated comics as the publisher has announced a new mini-series for Incredibles fans. The new mini-series is titled Disney/Pixar The … Continue reading Dash Needs To Cool It In The ‘Incredibles 2: Slow Burn’ Mini