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    Top 10: Directors We Want On Big-Budget Movies (Who Aren’t White Men)

    We have been seeing an increasing rise of diversity behind the camera when it comes to big-budget movies. Ryan Coogler made “Black Panther” one of the MCU’s most successful films and Patty Jenkins brought a fierce “Wonder Woman” to the screen for DC. Furthermore, several upcoming studio films are directed by women, including Chloé Zhao […] More

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    WATCH: Marvel Drops Final Season Trailer for ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’

    Marvel has released the trailer for the seventh and final season of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” and it looks to be the wildest and most action-packed season of the bunch. The sixth season ended in chaos, with the team being sent back several decades into the past – the 1930s to be exact. The time-jump […] More

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    ‘Venom 2’ Reveals New Title and Release Date

    COVID-19 continues to lay waste to what’s left of the 2020 release calendar. Yesterday, Warner Bros. became the latest studio to make significant changes to their upcoming schedule finding new dates for Matt Reeves’ “The Batman,” “The Sopranos” prequel, “The Flash,” “Shazam 2” and more. The announcement came following Disney’s massive shakeup a few weeks […] More

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    Jeff Loveness Boards Marvel’s ‘Ant-Man 3’ As Screenwriter

    “Ant-Man 3” is tapping Jeff Loveness to write the script for the third chapter in its “Ant-Man” films. Loveness is a writer and co-producer on the fan-favorite series, “Rick and Morty.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, the deal was finalized in “the early days of Hollywood’s shutdown,” amid the growing pandemic. Peyton Reed returns to direct […] More

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    Disney Sets New Dates For ‘Black Widow’ and ‘Mulan,’ ‘Artemis Fowl’ Headed to Disney+

    The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the delay of many of 2020’s hottest summer blockbusters. Films such as “Mulan,” “A Quiet Place Part II,” “Black Widow,” “Scoob,” “Morbius” and many others were pulled from the summer release schedule leaving a vacant theatrical window until July. Given the current state of the world, the remainder of […] More

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    Disney Shelves ‘Black Widow’ Release Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

    Amid Coronavirus concerns, Disney is now postponing the release of Marvel’s “Black Widow,” directed by Cate Shortland. According to Variety, the studio has held off changing the release plans for the film, which was slated for May 1, in hopes that the COVID-19 outbreak threat would have ceased. Now with many festivals and venues around […] More

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    Production on Marvel’s ‘Shang-Chi’ Halts as Director Destin Daniel Cretton Enters Self Isolation

    As reported by Deadline, production on Marvel’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” is suspended over fears of COVID-19. The suspension affects the first-unit production in Australia, however, does not affect the second unit production which will continue. Director Destin Daniel Cretton is entering self-isolation on doctors’ advice. Below is a note published […] More

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    Bob Iger Steps Down as C.E.O. of Disney, Replaced by Bob Chapek

    Bob Iger has took the movie world by surprise by announcing that he is stepping down as C.E.O. of Disney. Iger’s departure marks the end of an era for Disney, having guided the company through many major acquisitions as well as the recent launch of the Disney+ streaming service. Iger will now assume the role […] More

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    What’s On TV? – Monday (2/10/20) – Bravo’s ‘Spy Games’ Tests Who Has the Stuff to Step Into James Bond’s Shoes

    Tonight is a superhero kind of night…there’s X-Men (“The Wolverine”), raunchy masked-crusaders (“Deadpool”) and intergalactic buddy comedy (“Thor: Ragnarok”). If you’re looking for something a little more serious and hard-hitting, there’s classic Spielberg (“The Color Purple”), Westerns (“Stagecoach” or “True Grit”) or a little TV drama (“Prodigal Son,” “Manifest,” “All Rise,” or “The New Pope”). […] More

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