Marvel

It’s quite clear that we’ll get more Marvel series on Disney+ this year than arguably Star Wars series. At the top of the first Disney/Marvel TCA session, President of Marvel Studios and Chief Creative Officer Kevin Feige gave a brief rundown of the studio’s plans. March 5 reps the end of season one of WandaVision.  Then
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While Disney CEO Bob Chapek remains flexible about release strategies for movies between the big screen and the studio’s streaming service Disney+, he said today that Marvel’s long-awaited feature Black Widow is still set to be a pure theatrical release as mentioned back at the company’s December investor day. However, “we’ll be watching to see the reopening
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Sony’s Morbius, starring Jared Leto, will no longer debut on March 19 rather Oct. 8. With COVID cases raging as we await a calmer administration to set foot in Washington and deal with the nation’s health crisis, many are expecting this year’s Q1 theatrical releases to move. Morbius moves on to a release date currently occupied by United
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Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. (IMDb) Considering that Hugh Jackman playing Wolverine was no doubt countless queer folk’s sexual awakening, a new rumour that the mutant might be gay might send us all into overdrive. Although, it might be the lockdown talking here. With X-Men fans out petitioning for Pose star and trans activist Dominique Jackon
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Talk about being in cahoots. Sony and Disney just made major changes on their release date calendars, particularly among their Marvel properties. Sony said Friday that it is moving their Spider-Man: Homecoming threequel to Nov. 5, 2021 instead of keeping their original July 16 date next year. Disney then announced that Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange in the
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When it comes to evaluating the financial performance of top movies, it isn’t about what a film grosses at the box office. The true tale is told when production budgets, P&A, talent participations and other costs collide with box office grosses and ancillary revenues from VOD to DVD and TV. To get close to that mysterious end
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The mother studio of franchise pics, Disney, made some release date changes today which further underscores studios’ planning that the summer box office season starts later than sooner. With Artemis Fowl, originally in the post Memorial Day corridor, heading to Disney+, and Universal’s Candyman now on Sept. 25, Disney/Pixar’s Soul is left standing at the expected first pic of summer.
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