One thing Disney does and does well is make movies. With a few exceptions here or there, you can’t really knock them for their line-up. And what a line-up they have. On Friday and Saturday at D23, we learned the full list of Disney’s upcoming films, animation and live-action, through 2019. Listed below is every movie with it’s tentative release date. Keep in mind, those could change as time progresses. Continue reading “Here is the Full List of Upcoming Disney Movies Through 2019 and Tentative Release Dates”
Hey everyone, the weekend has come and gone and for those of us who are diehard fans, we’ve all gone out to see the newest MCU film, Spider-Man: Homecoming! And if you haven’t, get out to your theater to see it. The film was packed full of new characters, references, and seeds for future Spider-Man sequels and adventures. So here are our 7 takeaways from Spider-Man: Homecoming. There are many spoilers in the article about the film. You have been warned! Continue reading “Our 7 Takeaways from Spider-Man: Homecoming. *SPOILER WARNING*”
Grab your chimichangas and pull up a seat because Deadpool is coming to the small screen in animated format and he’s found the perfect home! FXX has ordered a 10-episode animated series featuring Marvel’s anti-hero from creators and
Continue reading “Deadpool is getting his on TV series at FXX, Donald Glover to Produce”
That’s right! You read correctly. Joss Whedon, director of The Avengers and The Avengers: Age of Ultron, is joining the DC Comics side of film to create a Batgirl solo film for the DC Extended Universe. This could be a big win for DC.
So the next question is, which incarnation of Batgirl are they planning to use? Well, according to EW, DC and Whedon will be adapting from the “New 52” comics version of the Barbara Gordon/Batgirl character as a starting point. Continue reading “Batgirl film to be written, directed, and produced by Joss Whedon”
Aaron Sorkin, best known for writing A Few Good Men, The Social Network, and even The Newsroom, is about to have talks with BOTH DC Studios and Marvel Studios about writing movies and/or television for either for them. This week at Cinema Con, Sorkin told Comicbook.com in an interview he was scheduled for upcoming meetings with both studios. Continue reading “Oscar-Winner Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin in talks with both DC and Marvel Studios”