Kevin Feige! Dude has only overseen the most successful franchise of all time. So, what’s next for dude? To be promoted to Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer.
Marvel’s shows on Disney+ will tie directly into the Marvel Cinematic Universe which is dope as fuck
I think one of the major bummers of all the Marvel shows thus far has been how isolated they’ve been from the MCU. Maybe it’s not fair, but they’ve felt a bit less, consequential to me. That said, good news regarding the upcoming ones on Disney+, folks. Them motherfuckers will be interwoven into the MCU.
The X-Men are home, folks. Okay, okay, almost home. With the Disney-Fox merger expected to be consummated soon, all nerd eyes have turned to Kevin Feige. Expectantly wondering the same thing. Bro, when will Marvel Studios start developing X-Men movies? And, we have an answer. Next fucking year.
Disney officially, finally acquires Fox’s entertainment properties after Fox shareholders’s approval. All hail the fucking Monoculture!
Well, you fucking nerds. You’ve, nah, we’ve gotten our wish. Disney is about to absorb all of Fox’s Marvel properties into its bulging, straining corpus.
Both Marvel Studios and DC Films are in talks with the master of the walk-and-talk, Aaron Sorkin, about a potential movie. I’m down with this, since as I suffer capes-fatigue, odd, interesting talents like this will be necessary to keep me buzzing about these bombastic bullshit tentpoles.
According to Marvel Studios Czar Kevin Feige the Captain Marvel movie is going to be an origin story. While people bemoan the concept of origin stories, often rightfully so, I think it makes sense in this case. Not many motherfuckers know the tale of Carol Danvers. I mean. Right?
One of the best parts of the surprisingly dope post-Edgar Wright Ant-Man was Michael Peña’s performance as Scott Lang’s friend, Luis. Due to this, it seemed like a no-brainer that the actor would reprise his role. Still though, nice to have some confirmation. Nice, indeed!
James Gunn said there are no real plans for GoTG 3. I assure you, Mr. Gunn, that Marvel is certainly planning on milking that zillion-dollar franchise a third time. As for your involvement in the movie? I’m not sure, maybe you do leave the series. Who knows. If the sequel rules, I hope you stay.