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IMAX Enhanced format launching on Disney+ with these 13 movies

IMAX Enhanced format launching on Disney+ with these 13 movies

IMAX Expanded Aspect Ratio will launch on Disney+ in the very near future for a select set of movies. IMAX and tech partner DTS worked with Disney+ to bring the branded "IMAX Enhanced" experience to the streaming platform. Disney+ will be the first streaming service to have access to this IMAX Enhanced system of delivery, starting with a set of 13 movies.

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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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Spider-Man: No Way Home first trailer confirms some theories

Spider-Man: No Way Home first trailer confirms some theories

Popularizing the mid and end credits teaser trend, Marvel Studios has long developed hints of upcoming movies or shows to spark discussion among fans. Of course, not all theories developed around these teasers come to pass, but some tend to be right on the mark. The ending of Spider-Man: Far From Home pretty much sets the stage for the sequel, and much speculation has been generated on what role it plays in light of MCU's past and future shows. Now the first trailer for "No Way Home" seeming spoils the entire film, except that this is Marvel we're talking about.

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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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Marvel’s Eternals trailer bends time and space

Marvel’s Eternals trailer bends time and space

Marvel released a full trailer for the epic story that is based on the Eternals, a comic series and race of people in the Marvel Universe. This movie includes such hard-hitter actors as Salma Hayek, Kit Harington, Richard Madden, Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani, and Gemma Chan. As the trailer shows, this movie is going to be magical and massive.

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Marvel Comics movie trailer confirms schedule through Fantastic 4

Marvel Comics movie trailer confirms schedule through Fantastic 4

There's a multi-movie trailer out this morning showing the most brief of confirmations of a new Fantastic 4. The title is one of the most made-and-remade movie lines in the Marvel Comics universe: 1994, 2005, and 2015 all had their own DOOMED sets of characters. Now that Disney owns 20th Century Fox and the movie rights to future Fantastic 4 films, it's time it's time for the World's Greatest Heroes to join the most successful multi-franchise Marvel Cinematic Universe at large.

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WandaVision trailer confirms S1E4 sorta wrecked everything

WandaVision trailer confirms S1E4 sorta wrecked everything

The first three episodes of WandaVision on Disney+ were fun, magical, and mysterious. The brand NEW sort of format these episodes were delivered in made them a delight. They ran wild with the sweet spot between taking these superheroes seriously and putting them in situations that are unexpected and funny. Then they wrecked it.

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Disney+ 2021 schedule: Lots of Marvel, less Star Wars

Disney+ 2021 schedule: Lots of Marvel, less Star Wars

This week a list of 2021 Disney+ programs was released - and it would appear to be a little different than we expected. If you're looking for your fix of The Mandalorian any time soon, you're out of luck. If you've been patiently awaiting content for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, THIS is your year.

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Disney bumps 2022 theatrical release dates for several big movies

Disney bumps 2022 theatrical release dates for several big movies

Disney has bumped the theatrical releases of several anticipated movies, including Black Panther 2, later into 2022. The news first arrived as part of Disney at Investor Day, with additional details dropping soon after. Though the changes aren't extreme, they do mean fans will have to wait a few extra months for certain movies to premiere.

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Deadpool 3 with Disney and Marvel – first tips on details

Deadpool 3 with Disney and Marvel – first tips on details

A bit of leaked news on the future of Deadpool was released today, pointing in a positive direction for this post-Fox-buy franchise. Deadpool 2 was released in the year 2018, every bit as R-rated as its predecessor. Deadpool and Deadpool 2 were part of Fox, the company that also owned the X-Men movie franchise. Since then, Fox was acquired by Disney, the company that owns Marvel (and the Marvel Cinematic Universe for big-name Marvel movies). Now, it would seem, the same company that owns the MCU, is also in charge of Deadpool.

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“Black Widow” delayed again: Marvel moves 3 MCU movies

“Black Widow” delayed again: Marvel moves 3 MCU movies

Marvel's "Black Widow" release date has been pushed back again, one of a number of delays that force much-anticipated movies into 2021. The news, confirmed by the Walt Disney Company today, affects at least three titles from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and means that 2000 will run through without a single new theatrical release from the franchise.

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Marvel’s Avengers lands on Xbox One, Stadia sans Spidey

Marvel’s Avengers lands on Xbox One, Stadia sans Spidey

It's an eerie world we live in, almost like something straight out of a comic book plot. The world today is almost completely different world last year when Marvel's properties were at their peak. That is the world that Marvel's Avengers, the first major standalone game to launch independent of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), is launching in and its success or downfall will also probably be like a comic book tale.

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