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“WandaVision” Episode One Reveals Nothing Is As Is Seems

We didn’t have any idea what to expect from “WandaVision,” Marvel’s first foray into live-action television. I can confirm after watching episode one that I’m not sure what I observed. “WandaVision” is a departure from the typical Marvel project. Perhaps that is why I am so giddy about watching what amounts to an episode of […]

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The New Deal

“The New Deal” Brings Back “S.H.I.E.L.D.”

Still, it wouldn’t be the show we all love if there weren’t a lot of things frontloaded onto the season. I’m glad the show will have the ability to jump around the time streams. It’d be a bit much to get stuck in one place for 13 episodes. Plus, it’ll be fun to see the different Koenigs (Patton Oswald). Maybe, just maybe, we’ll even get some cross over from the big screen? I guess we’ll find out soon enough. Though with time travel, you never know.

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PlayStation Adds New State Of Play Broadcast, First Episode Focuses Mostly On New VR Games

PlayStation has launched its own monthly behind the scenes live-stream.  “State of Play” will give information on upcoming releases for the company each month.  The first episode focused heavily on upcoming VR releases which probably isn’t a bad thing.  News on that front has been quiet enough in recent months that you wouldn’t be blamed […]

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Gwyneth Paltrow Announces Retirement From The MCU

With this chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe wrapping up in ‘Avengers: Endgame’, the announcement of people leaving the film universe will start to become more common.  The latest to depart is Gwyneth Paltrow.  Paltrow has been around since the inception of the MCU in 2008′s ‘Iron Man’.  She has reprised her role of Pepper Potts in ‘Iron […]

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Stan Lee Dies At 95

THR is reporting that Stan Lee has passed away at the age of 95.  Lee, of course, was the editor and publisher of Marvel Comics.  Lee began in the business in 1939, and either created or collaborated in the creation of legendary comic-book characters like Spider-man, Black Panther, Thor, Iron Man and more.  In 2009, […]

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Clark Gregg Sheds Some Light On Where We Will Find Phil Coulson In Captain Marvel

Phil Coulson may have lived a couple of different lifetimes as a member of S.H.I.E.L.D., but there was a time when he was a new agent.  That is apparently where we will catch up to the character in the upcoming ‘Captain Marvel’.  Actor Clark Gregg described what we might see: “He’s a bit of a new […]

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Amazon Sets Marvel And Star Wars Blu-Rays And DVDs As Prime Exclusives

In an interesting move, Amazon has set many of the recent Marvel and Star Wars films as Prime Exclusives if you still want to buy a physical copy of the movie.  These are the same Blu-Ray’s and DVD’s that you can buy at other retailers, so why Amazon would choose to restrict the number of […]

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Jon Favreau Set To Executive Produce And Write Star Wars Live Action TV Show

Lucasfilm has signed actor/director/writer/producer Jon Favreau to executive produce and write a new live-action ‘Star Wars’ series for Disney’s upcoming streaming service.  This won’t mark the first time Favreau has worked either for Disney or for Lucasfilm.  He’s played roles in both ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ and ‘Star Wars: Clone Wars’ for Lucasfilm, and directed “The Jungle Book’ […]

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Toys Decided The Launch Of The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Marvel had a formula for success with its film universe.  They may not have realized early on just how successful that might be.  When deciding which film to start with, the studio ran some focus groups with kids to find out which toy the kids most wanted to play with.  The winner?  Iron Man.  And […]

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