After weeks of exciting teasers and speculation, DC’s virtual FanDome offered an immersive experience for fans, who were able to glean details about upcoming movies, series, games and comics. The Wonder Woman 1984 panel kickstarted the event, with director Patty Jenkins giving fans another trailer, which addressed some leaks from the highly-anticipated sequel.
With just a week to go to DC’s first-ever virtual fan experience, more information and detail about how the event will shape out are beginning to surface. While there is a lot of noise around DC FanDome over projects like The Batman and Justice League Snyder Cut, fans of James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad are on the edge for any piece of information from the creators.
Zack Snyder is the original orchestrator for DCEU’s Justice League movie, until he had to be replaced by Joss Whedon due to a family tragedy back in 2017. However, the blandness and ensuing criticism the movie received caused fans to clamour for the release of the director’s cut.
The fourth phase of the MCU was set to kick off with the Black Widow movie in May but had to be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. But in the meantime, there’s an emerging theory that speculates Chris Evans aka Captain America’s brief return to the MCU for the, now postponed, Black Widow movie.
Michael B Jordan is eyed by the WB studio to star in the Black Adam. Apparently, he is shortlisted by the studio for the role of Hawkman. In fact, Ryan Reynolds was studio’s first choice to play the part as they seek to capitalize on his friendship with friend and co-star Dwayne Johnson. But Reynolds’ recently gunned down the rumour in a tweet.
After a long period of speculation, earlier this year, it was finally confirmed that Christian Bale would be starring in Thor: Love and Thunder. Even before Marvel Studios had a chance to confirm his involvement, the buzz had already gone out the roof.
If there’s one thing Marvel fans all around the globe love in common, its Easter eggs. Leaving tiny clues here and there that reveal a shocking plot twist is a speciality of Marvel Studios. Much to the surprise of every…
Back in May, Deadline reported that Henry Cavill was once again in talks with Warner Bros regarding the future of the red cape. Most of the buzz was due the announcement of the release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League. When Joss Whedon took the reins at DC, most of Snyder’s work had been shelved for some unknown reason and replaced with a lot more Whedon style CGI.
Fans have spotted many Spider-Man Easter eggs in Sony’s Venom but the most substantial proof of a Spider-Man Vs Venom sequence comes from Tom Hardy
Marvel Studios could explore using Ryan Reynolds’ Deadpool to kill off some X-Men in his usual nonchalant hilarious manner for the MCU The Fox and Disney deal paved way for the debut of some exciting characters into the Marvel Cinematic…