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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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Taika Waititi (Mandalorian, Thor: Ragnarok) to direct new Star Wars movie

Taika Waititi (Mandalorian, Thor: Ragnarok) to direct new Star Wars movie

Today it was made official that Taika Waititi will both write and direct a new Star Wars feature film for theatrical release. This is just about the best good news we've heard since the Star Wars universe was acquired by Disney. Taika Waititi is famous for his creation of the cult classic movie What We Do In The Shadows as well as his direction of the best Marvel movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Thor: Ragnarok!

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“Black Widow” delayed over coronavirus pandemic

“Black Widow” delayed over coronavirus pandemic

The theater release of upcoming Marvel movie "Black Widow" has been delayed, with Disney confirming that it's schedule for the hotly-anticipated film has been changed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Disney had intended for "Black Widow" to be released on May 1, 2020, the latest installment of the popular Marvel superhero franchise.

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Disney+ Big Game spot teases Marvel’s three big upcoming shows

Disney+ Big Game spot teases Marvel’s three big upcoming shows

The "Big Game", a.k.a. the Super Bowl, has become more than just a game. It has, for many brands, become a place to make sure people get to see their products, both present and future. You'd often see ads for tangible, physical products but, in this day and age of streaming, digital content is no longer a stranger either. So it's not that surprising to see Disney+ up on the big screen but, for Marvel fans, even the shortest 30-second spot is enough to have them drooling for more.

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Marvel drops two animated projects it had planned for Hulu

Marvel drops two animated projects it had planned for Hulu

Marvel has decided to cancel two animated projects it had in the pipeline for eventual launch on Hulu, according to a new report. The decision will impact the planned Howard The Duck and Tigra & Dazzler animations the comic book company had expected to launch on Hulu; at this point in time, it appears that two other projects remain in the works, however.

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Marvel’s Doctor Strange movie sequel loses its director

Marvel’s Doctor Strange movie sequel loses its director

Doctor Strange is losing its director Scott Derrickson over 'creative differences,' according to a new report. Derrickson directed the first Doctor Strange movie and was tapped to direct the second installment, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, but apparently wanted to take the film in different directions than Marvel's Kevin Feige.

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Disney+ begins 2020 with a teaser of upcoming content including Aladdin

Disney+ begins 2020 with a teaser of upcoming content including Aladdin

The new year is often welcomed not only with joy and hope but also with resolutions, most of them revolving around living healthier and more active lives. Disney+ subscribers, however, might want to hold off on making promises they can't keep. At least until they've figured out how to best insert the streaming service's upcoming videos and movies into their lives without becoming the stereotypical couch potato and streaming binger.

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