Spider-Man: Threat or Menace? When he was first announced to be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it caused a change-up in the scheduling of the then planned-lineup. Well, he's at it again. It seems that even though Marvel recently shuffled around its movie schedule due to the current global pandemic, they and Sony reportedly worked … Continue reading ‘Spider-Man’ Screws Up The Marvel Cinematic Universe Timeline Again
Sony's 2018 Spider-Man related movie, Venom, was kind of a surprise hit at the box office. Even before that though, it seems Sony had plans for a sequel, having star Tom Hardy sign on for a three-movie deal. Anyway, the sequel seemed a go, with Hardy's participation confirmed, and Andy Serkis on board as director. … Continue reading ‘Venom’ Movie Sequel Gets A Title & Date (Updated)
Oh you forgot this was a thing did you? Well, apparently the folks at Marvel and ABC did not. Yes, the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. TV show was renewed for a seventh and final season, and in the previously released trailer for the final season, it was confirmed that the show would start back up in … Continue reading ‘Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ Returns For Their Final Season In May
Last Summer Marvel announced a whole slew of new movies for its next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe including the Doctor Strange sequel Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Unfortunately, along the way, the film lost its director, Scott Derrickson, due to the dreaded creative differences. Last month though, there were some rumblings … Continue reading Groovy, It Looks Like Sam Raimi IS Involved With ‘Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness’
Though still not on the schedule for future Marvel movie releases, even with the revised schedule revealed today, it looks like a third Ant-Man film will still be crawling into theaters sometime in the future. The new proof? The Hollywood Reporter is saying that a writer has been hired for the project. Jeff Loveness has … Continue reading Loveness To Take A Bite At The ‘Ant-Man’ 3 Script
Last month, as the COVID-19 pandemic spread and became a harsher reality, Disney finally pulled the movie that would kick off its Summer, Black Widow, off the schedule. With the studio's near future in question, fans wondered what might happen with the Marvel Cinematic Universe's phase 4. Well, the folks at Disney have went forward … Continue reading Disney Views Possible Outcomes… And Reschedules Its Films
This will drop their monthly output of Wolverine comics to only 23 titles.