“WandaVision” is coming to Disney+ in 2020 instead of 2021. The streaming platform has confirmed via its social media accounts that the show starring Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, who plays Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch and Vision in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), will be ready for release this year.
The third installment in the “Spider-Man” franchise is going to begin production this summer. Tom Holland will return to reprise his role, which will still be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
The “Venom” sequel starring Tom Hardy may feature Spider-Man. Tom Holland, who plays the character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), is apparently in talks for a cameo.
“Harry Potter” star Daniel Radcliffe may land his next project. The actor is reportedly being eyed to lead the cast of the upcoming Disney+ series “Moon Knight” for the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
After the merger with Fox and Disney, Marvel’s parent company, questions still remain about the fate of X-Men in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Reports revealed that Marvel boss Kevin Feige would like Hugh Jackman back as Wolverine for a number of projects, including the upcoming “Secret Wars” film.
Marvel is getting a third “Ant-Man” film. Star Paul Rudd and director Petyon Reed have confirmed they will be back for the movie and even Michael Douglas is set to reprise his role as Hank Pym.
Taika Waititi helmed the successful and widely praised “Thor: Ragnarok” film in 2017, the third movie in the franchise. He has confirmed he is coming back for “Thor 4″ with Chris Hemsworth and he will also be writing the screenplay.
Will #AngelinaJolie play a superhero in her next project? Reports reveal that the actress is in talks to board the #MarvelCinematicUniverse (#MCU) with the movie #TheEternals.
Despite its heroes’ diminutive size, “Ant-Man and the Wasp” opened with typical Marvel might at the box office, with an estimated $76 million in ticket sales.
They have the unenviable task having to form an identity in the shadows of the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which are usually good and rarely unwatchable, and the continued glow of Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy, which are seeming more and more like transcendent anomalies as we get deeper into this never-ending cycle of super humans crowding our multiplexes. DC got off to a rocky start and then Patty Jenkins went and made a very good “Wonder Woman.”