Marvel Studios releases a fuckload of new release dates for its movies including ‘Black Widow’, ‘The Eternals’ and others
Marvel Studios has released a fuckload of new release dates. ‘Cause, you know, fucking COVID-19. Black Widow is now dropping in November, which feels somewhat sane. This punts The Eternals to February, taking Shang-Chi‘s slot. And pretty much down the calendar the MCU movies are pushed. Not surprising.
Marvel has revealed MCU Phase 4 release dates for next 8 fucking movies. It’s plotted through 2022, folks!
Forget revealing when the first phase 4 movie is dropping, folks. That news I posted? Old fucking news. Now we know the next eight fucking release dates.
Kevin Feige dropped some knowledge on us, ya’ll. The first three phases of the MCU, culminating with Avengers: Endgame,is called The Infinity Saga. As well, it makes me excited for whatever grandiose saga awaits us after the Infinity Saga wraps-up. Secret Invasion, right?
Yeah, Parker got himself a stealth suit in Spider-Man: Far From Home. If you want to check it out, hit the fucking jump!
Like, no shit, right? Of course Kevin Feige, the Czar of Marvel Studios, is going to be overseeing the X-Men movies. This is what we’ve all been waiting for! The X-Men‘s integration into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Why am I even talking about it, then? Cause I’m fucking hype about them coming home.
Kevin Feige confirms that Kamala Khan’s Ms. Marvel is coming to the MCU. This is righteous news, friends
Holy fuck. I had sort of given up hope on seeing Kamala Khan in the MCU! But, apparently all my hopelessness was for naught. ‘Cause the head MCU Czar himself has confirmed she will be joining Marvel’s cinematic universe.
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I imagine this news is incredible divisive among Whedon folk and MCU fans alike.
It may have been obvious casting, but I’m of the opinion that the DCU fucked up when they didn’t cast Bryan Cranston as Lex Luthor. Especially since they did cast that insufferable herb Jesse Eisenberg. But hey. Maybe their loss is this Marvel fanboy’s gain. The Man Who Played The Man Who Was The One That Knocked has revealed he would love to play a villain in the MCU.