Hold on to your cosmic cubes ladies and gentlemen, because we’ve just received a rather large piece of Marvel Studios casting news! As is being reported by Variety and several other outlets, THE Owen Wilson has been cast in the upcoming Marvel Disney+ series Loki.
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It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Spider-Man?! Yes, we borrowed an iconic line from The Man of Steel, but it’s appropriate for this situation, as guests later this year at Disney’s California Adventure will get a glimpse of the web head swinging through the air at the new Avengers Campus.
With all the creative, innovative Marvel enthusiasts out there – and with the popularity of 3D printing on the rise – it was only a matter of time until someone produced Doctor Strange’s Eye of Agamotto, complete with a green Time Stone, which was also 3D printed!
The Marvel Cinematic Universe-based Loki and WandaVision series are currently in production and as such, photos and videos from both sets have hit the web in the last few months to get Marvel fans salivating over the possibilities these shows will explore without giving any essential details away.
Hot on the heels of some positive Marvel-Hulu news (casting the upcoming Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. series), we’ve got some unfortunate updates to report: two other animated shows, Marvel’s Howard the Duck and Marvel’s Tigra & Dazzler Show, have been cancelled before they even got a chance to air.
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!
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!