Samuel L. Jackson is set to reprise his role as Nick Fury, the director of S.H.I.E.L.D. in a new TV series for Disney Plus.
Disney delays Black Widow and other MCU movies, delivering a massive punch to theaters that have reopened
After almost a year without any new Marvel Cinematic Universe content, we now have confirmation that WandaVision will still be released this year. The Disney+ series lead by Elizabeth Olsen as “Scarlet Witch” and Paul Bettany as “Vision” had recently been included in a promo for their remaining slate of tv shows set for a 2020 release including season two of “The Mandalorian.”
Yoda, will be appearing in Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures comic debuting in 2021. Concept art for a younger Yoda has been release by Starwars.com.
The “premiere access” will cost $29.99 and will be available September 4th. Reports confirm that Mulan will eventually be released to all Disney+ subscribers.
The live-action “Mulan” movie will be released Disney+ on September 4th, and Disney+ has released a new trailer.
Since the Disney-Fox merger, we have seen a number of lay-offs, shutdowns and rebranding as a result of the studio takeover. Now Disney Television Studios has finally removed the “Fox” name from two major studios titles. They also updated ABC Studios and ABC Signature Studios name to become solely ABC Signature.
“The New Mutants” is beginning to seem like it may never come. While that’s not 100% true, fans in Europe have to wait even longer than “forever.”
We all knew this day was coming, Netflix is officially “Marvel-less” with its last MCU film “Ant-Man and The Wasp” leaving the platform to join the rest of the gang on Disney+ this August.
Jai Courtney has “Alita: Battle Angel” fans speculating that a sequel is in the works, after posting a mysterious Instagram picture of himself.