On December 20, 2019 not only will we finally have a chance to see Star Wars, Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker, but we’ll also have the chance to see how the new movie affects the Star Wars themed attractions at Disney parks.
In less than two months, Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker will hit theatres and a 32-year saga will come to its conclusion. At least, that’s what the final trailer, released last night during halftime of Monday Night Football on ESPN, has promised.
Anticipation is high as Lucasfilm plans to reveal the final trailer for Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker during tonight’s ESPN broadcast of Monday Night Football. In fact, even this latest trailer has a trailer!
Disney+ will offer two new shows that take fans behind the scenes of Disney parks and the company, The Imagineering Story and One Day at Disney.
In 1963, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby created The Uncanny X-Men #1. And now Marvel is breathing new life (yet again) into the Marvel mutant universe which began 56 years ago with X-Men #1’s debut yesterday.
Marvel characters and stories have conquered comicbooks, movies, television, toys and games. Now Marvel is set to take over bookshelves and e-readers with a new line of prose novels coming out in 2020.
Deadpool’s alter ego Ryan Reynolds set the internet a-buzz with an Instagram post teasing his meeting with Marvel Studios.
After reading about Spider-Man in Marvel comicbooks or seeing him in action in several movies, have you ever wondered what it would be like to actually sling webs like ol’ Spidey himself? Disney has plans to help visitors to Avengers Campus at Disney’s California Adventure Park and Disneyland Paris experience it firsthand with their upcoming Spider-Man theme ride.
The main cast has been announced for the upcoming series Marvel’s Helstrom on Hulu. Grantchester actor Tom Austen will play Daimon and Fear the Walking Dead’s Sydney Lemmon has signed on as Daimon’s sister Ana.