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Marvel pays tribute to the '90s with retro site for 'Captain Marvel'

Before there were social media and other more functional sites to help you create a website, there were the likes of Geocities, where you would spend many hours crafting these intricate, kind of gaudy (by today's standards) personal sites. To capture that era of the internet as well as the time Captain Marvel lived in, Marvel created a rather appropriate website to promote the upcoming film.
With the movie set in the '90s, we get a website filled with bright backgrounds, rather liberal use of pixelated GIFs for both words and images, and even the TV spot shown in a faux Real Player (which is cleverly renamed as Kree Player). Scroll down and you even see a site counter and a fake Guest Book. All the information about the movie is there, but it's just presented in a way that would certainly bring you back to the era.

‘Captain Marvel’ will be first Disney+ exclusive film

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After Captain Marvel hits theatres next month, you won’t be able to re-watch it later on any other streaming service except for Disney’s upcoming Disney+ service. The company’s CEO Bob Iger announced at an investors call on February 5th that Captain Marvel will be the first film to exclusively stream on its service. Disney also plans to drop its US$140 million licensing program so all its content will be made exclusive on its service. Iger is also saying that many of its sub-brands—which include Marvel, Pixar, and Lucasfilm—are working on content specifically for Disney+. He even mentioned National Geographic, which Disney is in the process of acquiring as part of its purchase of 21st Century Fox.

This move will not impact theatrical releases though, according to Iger. We also don’t have that many details about the service right now. But it’s expected to cost less than Netflix and come out sometime at the end of the year.

Source: Hypebeast


New 'Captain Marvel' trailer is a dazzling display 

We finally have the longer and more in depth Captain Marvel trailer which explains a lot of things about Brie Larson's take on Carol Danvers A.K.A Captain Marvel. She's originally a human pilot  but has been made Kree and is part of an intergalactic group of heroes called StarForce.

Danvers finds her way back to Earth during what seems to be the Skrull-Kree War, an galaxy-wide battle between two warring alien civilizations. We see glimpses of various evolutions of Captain Marvel including the epic Binary persona which can channel the power of a star. How will Captain Marvel lead into Avengers 4? We'll have to wait until March 2019 to find out.


Marvel movies will stop coming to Netflix starting with ‘Captain Marvel’

The days of Marvel movies on Netflix are numbered. When Captain Marvel gets released next year, that will be the first Marvel Studios film to be offered exclusively through Disney’s upcoming streaming service. Ant-Man and the Wasp will be the last Marvel Cinematic Universe film to come to the service. As for the Marvel Netfix shows, these don’t seem to be going anywhere just yet. A Disney spokeswoman told The New York Times that there are “no current plans” to move these shows off Netflix.

This move is not surprising at all since Disney has long wanted to contend with Netflix and has even pulled out key Marvel, Star Wars and Pixar movies from the streaming network. Netflix is hoping that its huge investment in original content can counteract the loss of marquee content from big studios.