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Doctor Strange 2, Thor 4, Black Panther, Indiana Jones 5 all delayed by Disney

Doctor Strange 2, Thor 4, Black Panther, Indiana Jones 5 all delayed by Disney

Disney just revealed significant delays to several major motion pictures in the near future. The Marvel Cinematic Universe movies (based on Marvel Comics superheroes) include Thor: Love and Thunder, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Also bumped: Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, The Marvels, and Indiana Jones!

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Katheryn Hahn WandaVision spinoff tipped as dark comedy

Katheryn Hahn WandaVision spinoff tipped as dark comedy

If you've not seen the entirety of the show WandaVision over on Disney+ yet, I must beg you to turn back. There is a rather bonkers reveal late in the series that you'll want to experience for yourself, if you've yet to take the plunge. It involves the true identity of Wanda and The Vision's neighbor, and how she'll take to the universe now that she's been revealed to all.

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Marvel’s scripted and unscripted podcasts get Apple Podcasts channel

Marvel’s scripted and unscripted podcasts get Apple Podcasts channel

In October 2019, it was announced that Marvel would bring several podcasts exclusively to the SiriusXM and Pandora audio platforms, giving fans access to both scripted and unscripted content based on hit superheroes and the wider Marvel universe. Fast-forward nearly two years and SiriusXM is back with an update on this effort, noting that it now has a Marvel podcast channel on Apple Podcasts.

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Star Wars finally gave my favorite character a (new) backstory

Star Wars finally gave my favorite character a (new) backstory

When we first see Princess Leia in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, she's disguised as a bounty hunter. It's not particularly important to the plot of the movie that we know the origin of the outfit, but Star Wars is deep! Star Wars fans (like myself) want to know everything about every character onscreen, assuming someone's taken the time to give each character a story worth knowing. In this case, it took just over a decade before anyone accepted the task.

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Hawkeye trailer shows a fun-loving Christmas romp for Disney+

Hawkeye trailer shows a fun-loving Christmas romp for Disney+

There's a new series trailer out right this minute for "Marvel Studios' Hawkeye." This is the Hawkeye you know from The Avengers, also known as Cliff Barton, as played by Jeremy Renner. This movie will also include Hailee Steinfeld as Kate Bishop, Vera Farmiga, Fra Fee, Tony Dalton, Zahn McClarnon, Brian d’Arcy James, and a bunch of other actors including the most important: Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez.

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Marvel Unlimited redesign adds vertical format, exclusives, personalization

Marvel Unlimited redesign adds vertical format, exclusives, personalization

Marvel Comics has reintroduced its Marvel Unlimited service with a design overhaul that makes it more useful on mobile devices. Many new features arrive with the redesign, including new vertical format support so that users can read comics while holding their phone naturally. Other additions include exclusives, offline downloads, and much more.

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Star Wars just brought back human Jabba, again, sort of!

Star Wars just brought back human Jabba, again, sort of!

The latest canonical story action in the Star Wars universe comes courtesy of the Star Wars comic book series from Marvel Comics. In the latest issue (Star Wars #16, 2021, Marvel), we see the very familiar face of a character we only recognize because we've seen a scene cut from the original Star Wars movie. Filmed for Star Wars (now called A New Hope), a scene showed Han Solo meet up with a very human version of Jabba the Hutt.

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Boba Fett’s ship name changed from Slave-1 officially

Boba Fett’s ship name changed from Slave-1 officially

This week the folks at Marvel and Disney and whomever else is in charge of this sort of business made the name change official for Boba Fett's ship. Earlier this year, LEGO detailed a new set of bricks that'd make what they might've earlier called Slave-1. That was the official name for Boba Fett's ship in earlier LEGO sets, and the name of the ship almost anywhere else it was required - books, comics, and so forth. The LEGO set was called Boba Fett's Starship. Now it has a new name.

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Venom Let There Be Carnage trailer 2 spills the bloody beans

Venom Let There Be Carnage trailer 2 spills the bloody beans

A new trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage was released today without a promise of an R rating. The first Venom movie was rated PG-13, and though this movie's plot looks a LOT like it couldn't possibly exist with a rating less than R, we've been burned before. This trailer shows us Venom, a brief visit with Cletus Kasady, and the fateful moment that initiates the transfer of power to the new villain.

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Marvel “What If…?” trailer delivers Howard The Duck

Marvel “What If…?” trailer delivers Howard The Duck

Howard The Duck is in the first major Marvel Studios' What If...? trailer this afternoon. The trailer was released today, July 8, 2021, complete with a release date and so very much to dissect and discuss. This series is based on the original Marvel Comics comic series, each of which took a peek at the most wild, wacky, and off-the-wall possibilities in the Marvel multiverse.

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Loki Episode 4 credits scene spoiler: Who and why?

Loki Episode 4 credits scene spoiler: Who and why?

Let's take a peek at the credits scene from Loki Season 1, Episode 4. In this first paragraph we're not going to go into detail about said scene, to make absolutely sure that nobody reading the front page or any social media post about this article finds out too much about the show Loki before they watch the first four episodes. This article is all about what we've seen in the brief moment that occurs post-credits and pre-credits in the Disney+ show Loki, Season 1, Episode 4: The Nexus Event.

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With Loki, Disney should edit the Marvel movies – Hear me out

With Loki, Disney should edit the Marvel movies – Hear me out

The Disney+ TV show Loki is largely about The Multiverse and the overarching timeline in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. At this point I should warn you that I'm about to drop some spoilers if you're not all caught up on Marvel movies and TV shows. You should watch at least episodes 1 and 2 of Loki, Thor: Ragnarok, and the Avengers movies. Watch Doctor Strange, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and Wandavision for good measure. This is your second and final SPOILER ALERT.

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