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Discussion in 'TV, Music and Movies' started by Unlucky 13, Aug 14, 2019.
I knew a few ofuoi guys were into him. I only know the surface details.
Sony has delayed Spiderman 3 until November of 2021, which in turn has again pushed back most of the MCU movies that are scheduled to come after it.
The current projection:
Black Widow (2020)Release Date: Nov 06, 2020
Eternals (2021)Release Date: Feb 12, 2021
Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings (2021)Release Date: May 07, 2021
Spider-Man: Homecoming 3 (2021)Release Date: Nov 05, 2021
Thor: Love And Thunder (2022)Release Date: Feb 11, 2022
Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness (2022)Release Date: Mar 25, 2022
Black Panther 2 (2022)Release Date: May 06, 2022
Captain Marvel 2 (2022)Release Date: Jul 08, 2022
Actor Chiwetel Ejiofor has spoken recently about his return to the MCU, and it seems likely that his character Mordo will return for Dr. Strange 2.
The bill always comes due
excellent, one of my favorite actors. Just watched Serenity. he was so good in that movie
He did a really excellent job in it. Played the character just perfectly. Actually, its the only thing I've ever seen him in other than Dr. Strange.
Have you watched Firefly? It's one of my favorite shows of all time. Almost a perfect template for what I enjoy. My wife and I even named our younger daughter Kaylee Inara.
Marvel/Disney have moved WandaVision into 2021, with no specific date. They have also pulled Falcon & the Winter Soldier from the August release calendar, which is no surprise given that its still being shot. No date is set. Spiderman 3 has now also been delayed, for now just by one month, to December 2021. However, with production yet to kick in on that one, that could be moved way back if things don't start to get better soon.
No info on Black Widow at the moment. Even though other Disney movies have been pulled from 2020, they're probably going to leave the planned November date on it as long as they can.
yeah, love Firefly. actually just started watching the series again. two of my all time favorites are both Joss Whedon- Buffy and Firefly.
Same for sure. I also enjoyed Angel and Dollhouse, though not as much. And he had a hand in creating Agents of Shield, which his brother and sister in law have been the showrunners on for the entire run.
forgot that he was involved in AoS. I need to get the ABC app so I can watch season 7.
It's really good. Only two episodes left on the series, which is sad, but its still good that they got seven seasons in. The writers have been extremely clever in finding creative ways to allow the show to react and not contradict the MCU movies, even though they don't return the favor.
There have been rumors going around that Chloe Bennett (Daisy/Quake) could continue to play the character in movies or Disney+ shows, but she says that while she'd be very excited to do so, no one has actually talked to her about it yet.
I want an Agent May mini-series.
I really wish she was in Captain Marvel.
That would have been cool. There were rumors that the whole cast was going to have a cameo in The Winter Soldier, and that would have been awesome, but they didn't make it happen for whatever reason.
Captain Marvel 2 will be directed by Nia DeCosta. She's 30 years old and doesn't have much of a resume at this point, but apparently Kevin Feige and Marvel love her, and she beat out a number of other candidates to do the job.
The movie is being written by Megan McDonnell, who is also a writer on Wandavision, so there's some MCU continuity going on there. There are no concrete facts known yet, but its rumored to involve the Secret Wars storyline from the comics, and feature other MCU characters in a "mini-Avengers" way.
Chadwick Boseman, who played T'Challa the Black Panther, has sadly passed away at only 42 years old from colon cancer. I'd noticed when I saw him in a few interviews over the past year that he looked thin and tired, and I'd wondered if he was ill. He had apparently been battling the disease for four years.
RIP. I didn't know he even had cancer until yesterday.
I think that he kept it very quiet. It seems to be a shock to everyone.
Here is the trailer for Wanda Vision, which will not be further delayed and will come out on Disney+ later this year. This will be when I sign up for the service.
So, WandaVision will not be delayed further, and will come out in December. However, everything else in the MCU has officially been pushed back again, as expected.
Black Widow is now set to come out about a year later than originally intended, on May 7, 2021.
Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is now set for July 9, 2021.
Eternals (formerly, The Eternals) is now set for November 5, 2021.
For the moment, Spiderman 3 is still set for December 17, 2021. My personal hunch is that it could move back again.
Thor: Love and Tunder, Dr. Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, Black Panther 2 and Captain Marvel 2 are all still set for 2022, but I think its safe to say that those dates are all highly flexible. I'd guess that even in a best case scenario, at least one of them comes out in 2023.
Falcon and The Winter Soldier is still in production, and a release date is unknown. Likely some point in 2021 on Disney+.
The Loki and Hawkeye Disney+ series might be in production soon with 2021 releases, but there hasn't been any word lately. She Hulk has been casting, but hasn't started production. No word at all on Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel or Blade.
Oscar Isaac is going to play Moon Knight. I like this decision.
I like the idea of that. But until he or Marvel confirm it, I'll hold off on my expectations. There have been enough stories like this where the actor later says aren't accurate, that I guess we'll just wait and see.
There have been at least three separate times that Hailee Steinfeld has been mentioned as playing Kate Bishop in the Hawkeye series, and each time she or her people say that its just speculation. But now she's apparently on set doing filming for the show, so I guess its as official as it can be, despite nothing ever coming straight from Marvel or Disney about it.
Marvel just dropped a huge load of information about what's coming soon. I'll link the trailers for the upcoming MCU shows in this post, and lay out the rest of the info in the next one because the board limits how much you can attach.
Wandavision, coming January 15th, 2021.
Falcon and the Winter Soldier, coming March 19th, 2021.
Loki, coming May 2021.
Then, we have the news that Christian Bale will join the cast of Thor: Love and Thunder as the villain Goor the God Butcher, coming May 6, 2022.
Director Peyton Reed and most of the main cast return for the next Ant Man movie, titled Quantomania. They left out Michael Pena, so fingers crossed that he's back too.
Captain Marvel 2 will be released on November 11, 2022. It has direct connections to several Disney+ shows.
The main cast for Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings was formally introduced. Its supposed to be in cinemas July 9, 2021.
And John Watts, who directed the previous two Spiderman movies, will now helm the Fantasic Four's introction to the MCU as well.
And then they've confirmed that a bunch of other Disney+ shows are in the works for the future.
What If - Summer 2021
Ms. Marvel - Autumn 2021
Moon Knight (No confirmation on the casting of Oscar Issac)
Secret Invasion - starring Samuel L Jackson and Ben Mendelson
Armor Wars - starring Don Cheadale as Rhodie
I am Groot - a series of shorts
Guardians of the Galaxy Christmas Special - Holiday 2022
Yeah Marvel flooded my instagram yesterday so i came over here to get a break down from you.
Im extremely excited about it all. Worried that Covid will still be an issue preventing Shang Chi from being in cinemas. Obviously absent from all of this is Black Widow also.
besides the rough first 2 episodes WandaVision has been good...
I love the first two episodes.
I'm keeping spoiler free since I don't have Disney + yet. I'm going to need to soon though.
Tom Holland says that he'll continue to make MCU movies as long as Marvel will have him. Given that he's only 24 and seems to love the role, its not surprising, but its still good to hear.
Bruce Campbell, long one of my favorite actors, teases that he has a role in the next Dr. Strange movie. No surprise, given his long association with director Sam Raimi.
really enjoyed WandaVision
now bring on The Falcon and The Winter Soldier
I did too.
While I would love 1 million Easter Eggs and FF and XMen, it did a good job of telling the story it did while enriching Age of Ultron and Civil War.
WandaVision was very good overall. I did not really enjoy the first two episodes structurally (I have no use for 50's/60's sitcoms or black and white in general), but it does make sense and tie back later in the series. Once the actual "mystery" started rising to the surface and you were able to really go wait, what the eff and make connections to the larger universe? That's when it picked up and became intriguing. Loved seeing Darcy back in action (absolute smokeshow and great comedic ability for the roll), Agent Woo was a good add - the small callbacks to minor characters and attention to detail was great.
And then the final choice, jesus what an emotional rollercoaster. It set a high bar for Falcon and TWS. Hopefully they can clear it, I enjoy Mackie and Stan as actors.
Black Widow has been delayed yet again. This time until July 9. And now it will be released on Disney+ the same day that it hits cinemas.
I've been thinking that it will be the first time I go to the movies since the start of the Pandemic, especially because Alamo (where I usually go) lets you see how many tickets are sold for any given show, and then pick your own sets. So the plan has been to just choose a mostly empty showing and then make sure we sit away from anyone else. But now, if its almost cheaper to just watch it at home (and cheaper, if we don't go out to eat), I might continue to keep my distance from the cinema for a while longer beyond that.
I am going to go.
I missed it in that article that I linked, but Shang-Chi has also been pushed back, now to September.