#Marvel Cinematic Universe
Disney and Sony Sign Deal Bringing Spider-Man Movies to Disney Plus. Now Keep the Dude in the MCU, Plz?
Holy fucking shit, my dudes. Disney and Sony have signed a massive-ass deal, bringing Spider-Man movies to Disney+ through 2026. My real hope? This pact allows for Peter Parker himself to hang out in the MCU for the foreseeable future.
‘Game Of Thrones’ Star Emilia Clarke Joining Marvel’s ‘Secret Invasion’ Series For Disney Plus. Can’t Be Worse Than The ‘Thrones’ Finale!
Jesus fucking Christ, I completely forgot there was a Secret Invasion series coming to Disney Plus. But there is such a series and Emilia Clarke is joining its cast! Man, just too much fucking content. Way too much. The trough is full. My belly is distended. Yet I keep eating it! Like the pig I am.
I’m absolutely fucking ready for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, man. I was stoked before the trailer, and now I’m doubly stoked. Straight-up fucking martial arts bad ass action.
Alfred Molina Confirms He’s Playing Doc Ock in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ and the Marvel Ninjas Must Be After the Dude Now!
It’s been a sort of open secret that Spider-Man: No Way Home is going to feature the Multiverse. Despite that shit, though, no one has confirmed it officially. Until now. Alfred Molina has admitted he’s playing Doc Ock in the movie, and it ain’t a confirmation of the Multiverse but it’s pretty close. As well, you have to imagine Marvel ain’t happy with this shit. They’ve been playing this movie so close to the chest, and here bro just fucking casually drops the reveal.
‘Black Widow’ delayed until July 9 and will now drop on Disney+ the same day. This saga never fucking ends!
Whelp, Black Widow has been delayed. Again! But it feels like the last fucking time. For two reasons. First, the House of Mouse has shoved the son of a bitch back until July. This gives pretty much everyone who wants a vaccine an opportunity to get one before then (lord willing, I know). Second, the company is going to be dropping it the same day on Disney+ for a premium fee.
How do you fucks feel about this? Me? I’m stoked. If I’m not fully vaccinated by July 9, I’ll be living in the woods and eating my own turd. As well, this shit opens the opportunity for anyone not fucking with the theaters to see it at the same time. We call that shit a win/win, comrades.
Bruce Campbell has teased the fuck out of an appearance in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Like, good grief. If dude ain’t, it’s the biggest tip-tease in recent nerd culture memory.
‘Spider-Man 3’ is officially titled ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ and it’s dropping this Christmas. Webtacular or some shit!
I’m fucking stoked for Spider-Man 3, and now it’s finally got an official fucking title. After countless feints, we now know it’s called Spider-Man: No Way Home. As well, the motherfucker is dropping this Christmas. Which comes as a surprise to me, but maybe I’m clueless. None the less, stoked!
Check the teaser after the jump!
On an investors call, Disney reiterated their stance that Black Widows is coming to theaters. At the same time, they copped to the fact that they’re monitoring the situation. Yeah, okay. Like, god bless their sweet hearts. If this shit is coming to theaters, I have a hard time believing it’ll be in May. Who fucking knows. My preference? Man, I’d love to see it in theaters. But I don’t see that happening if they insist on dropping it in a mere three months.
Despite Bucky being near and dear to my heart, I wasn’t taken with the first trailer for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. But fuck me! This Super Bowl trailer? Has me torqued, baby!
‘Spider-Man 3’ is the “most ambitious standalone superhero movie ever” according to Tom Holland. Spider-Verse like a mofuckah, huh?
Tom Holland has tickled our tips with this glorious tease about Spider-Man 3. Dude says it’s the most ambitious superhero standalone film ever. Which to me, obviously, means we’re getting that fucking Spider-Verse. I mean, right? As well, I don’t mean to get into semantics, but shit like Spider-Man 3 and Captain America: Civil War definitely push the definition of “standalone” movie. Like, c’mon now.