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Entries in Marvel Cinematic Universe (37)


Marvel's Kevin Feige wants to bring Fantastic Four to be at a 'level they deserve'

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It seems like a dig at 20th Century Fox for not being able to successfully bring the Fantastic Four to the big screen. But Marvel Studios' head Kevin Feige also seems like he's making a promise to fans who have been clamoring for the longest time to see these heroes get an MCU treatment. While speaking to Variety at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, Feige answered when asked about their plans for the characters, "All of that is spoilers, but I'm extremely excited about those characters, and about bringing Marvel's first family up to the sort of platform and level they deserve." Feige didn't specifically say when we can expect a Fantastic Four film (or maybe even series), but just acknowledging it now makes us excited.



This is the MCU’s Phase 4 schedule

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There’s a lot to look forward to in the coming years from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With the third phase done and dusted with the Spider-Man: Far From Home, Marvel has given us a lot to be excited about. The first one coming up is Black Widow, which will hit theatres starting May 1, 2020. It’ll star Scarlett Johansson, David Harbour, Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz, and O-T Fagbente. It’ll be directed by Cate Shortland. Thor 4 or Thor: Love and Thunder is coming on November 5, 2021. We already know that Taika Waititi is writing and directing the film. But now we also know that Natalie Portman is returning as Lady Thor.

Some of the surprise announcements include Blade starring Academy Award-winner Mahershala Ali and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings movie. You can check out the full list of movies and shows under the cut.

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Are we getting a War Machine series for Disney+?

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If this rumour pans out, it looks like Marvel hasn’t forgotten about the other guy who has donned the Iron Man suit, War Machine. His story will reportedly be told through a miniseries on Disney’s upcoming streaming service. But it’s said that this story is still in its early development stage, so we might have a bit of a wait until we get any confirmation. It’s expected that Don Cheadle will reprise his role as Col. James Rhodes. The confirmed Disney+ shows we have at this moment include WandaVision, Loki, and Falcon and The Winter Soldier. Perhaps we’ll hear more about this at Marvel’s upcoming panel at SDCC 2019.

Source: GeekFeed


Taika Waititi will reportedly direct ‘Thor 4’

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After the success of Thor: Ragnarok, director Taika Waititi is making a comeback to reportedly direct and write the fourth Thor film. Marvel’s win is going to be Warner’s loss as it’s being reported that he has to put his take on Akira on hold. This long-gestating adaptation of the Japanese manga was penciled in for a May 21, 2021 release. Waititi was said to be testing actors around the world for the project. But production dates for the two projects started to clash against each other, and it looks like Waititi wants to put his focus on Thor.

It doesn’t help that Warner’s project had some script development issues as well. The production company intends to keep the director involved in the film, so it’s being reported they want him to pick it up after he wraps up with Thor 4. The announcement comes at an opportune (or possibly intentional) time. With Marvel showing up at the San Diego Comic-Con this year, we can expect to hear about this project then.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter