Well, Captain Marvel fans were treated to some big news today, the main part being that the sequel to Marvel Studios’ first female-headlining superhero flick is officially a go!
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Marvel and Hulu jointly revealed the famous faces who would be providing their voices for the series about a guy with a really big head and his dysfunctional family. Famously a fan of comicbooks, comedian Patton Oswalt will play M.O.D.O.K. the Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing.
Add Taika Waititi to the list of people who are having a good week. The writer/director/producer scored two Oscar nominations this past Monday for his movie Jojo Rabbit, and now it’s been reported by The Hollywood Reporter that a Star Wars movie may be in his future.
For a while last year, Spidey was swinging between Sony and Marvel – and based on the mass reaction from fans, they were not happy about it. We’ve recently heard the news that Peter Parker’s on the move yet again – but don’t worry, it has to do with the upcoming third Spider-Man sequel!
Marvel unveiled a number of upcoming issues that tie-in to their big Fantastic Four and Avengers comicbook crossover series titled Empyre. Starting in Fantastic Four #21, both Wolverine and Spider-Man will get new matching FF costumes and officially become part of Marvel’s first family!
We’re only two weeks into 2020, and it’s already been quite a year for Scarlett Johansson!
While Spidey may be swinging between the MCU and Sony at the moment, several of his adversaries are causing chaos in their standalone flicks in Sony’s Spider-Man universe – in 2018 it was Venom, and this year it will be Morbius.
An MCU shocker hit the web yesterday: Scott Derrickson, who wrote and directed 2016’s Doctor Strange, said he was stepping away from the sequel, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Marvel and ABC have had a pretty successful partnership over the last decade. In light of Marvel Television’s consolidation into Marvel Studios proper, it seems ABC is looking to develop a new superhero TV series under the guidance of Kevin Feige himself.
Is there anything crazier from this past year than the news that Spider-Man might have been leaving the MCU? How about that Batman may be joining it? Well, not exactly Batman, but the actor who famously played the character in Christopher Nolan’s beloved Dark Knight trilogy, Christian Bale.