Tag Archives: Marvel Studios

Deadpool 3 Is Coming To MCU R-Rated

Charmed with words, profanity and gritty violence,  the third Deadpool is confirmed by Kevin Feige that is included in Marvel Cinematic Universe R-Rated.

New Year Column – Year 2020

In all aspect, 2020 was one hellish year.  The first half had some decent films to offer before the complete lockdown and shutdown of theatres worldwide, in an unprecedented action from international governments. 

Marvel Studios Moves Forward With Fantastic Four

Marvel Studios has always managed to plan their feature film releases in advance and for an imminent premiere.  Many films for the fourth and beyond phases of films, Marvel has also eyed Fox’s properties of superheroes.

The Falcon And The Winter Soldier Might Debut 2021

Disney has a tough time considering the delays with production. Black Widow has prior to this been delayed to November 6, 2020. For the time being, it’s unclear whether it will premiere in theatres or be released for streaming on Disney+.

Helstrom (2020-) – Official Trailer

Daimon and Ana Helstrom are the son and daughter of a mysterious and powerful serial killer. The siblings have a complicated dynamic as they track down the terrorizing worst of humanity – each with their attitude and skills.

‘The Falcon And The Winter Soldier’ Won’t Premiere Next Month, Wandavision Is Still On Track

The premiere of Marvel’s upcoming limited, original series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will not show up in august on Disney+. First because of an earthquake and then the pandemic.

Daredevil Won’t Appear In Marvel’s Spider-Man 3

Spider-Man: Far From Home ended with a cliffhanger and now as rumours have spun that Daredevil would appear in Spider-Man 3. Charlie Cox from Netflix/Marvel Daredevil denies all rumours. A rumoured has spun around in media that Matt Murdock AKA Daredevil, would appear in the third

Column: How Cinema Has Changed; Why No One Gives A Fuck About True Art Anymore

Entertainment is a forever changing industry, we all know that. 100 years ago, the silent era was rising, and now we’re are so dependable and so suggestive that the correct form of storytelling doesn’t apply to an appreciation anymore.

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