There wasn’t much in the way of news this week, but you’re getting a blog post anyway! Yay!!!! *Insert crickets chirping here.*
Promo art for Spider-Man: Far From Home has been released.
An official poster has been released.
The cover for Empire Magazine’s newsstand issue has been released.
Empire Magazine also released a new still from the film.
In an interview with i09, Spider-Man: Far From Home Producer Eric Carol had this to say about Mysterio:
Marvel President and producer Kevin Feige took part in an Ask Me (Almost) Anything over on Reddit. His answers are very interesting. Naturally, he was for the most part evasive towards questions regarding Marvel’s future. It’s well worth the read! MCU Cosmic has the perfect write-up of the AMAA here:
During an interview with Deadline, James Gunn had this to say about Rocket’s story arc in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3:
By way of MCU Direct, Sebastian Stan has said that the Falcon and Winter Soldier will start filming in October.
MTV has announced their Movie and TV Show Award nominations:
Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse are nominated for Best Movie.
Brie Larson and Robert Downy Jr. are both nominated Best Hero.
Josh Brolin is nominated for Best Villain.
Tom Hardy and Michelle Williams were nominated Best Kiss in Venom.
Avengers: Endgame: Captain America vs. Thanos
Captain Marvel: Captain Marvel vs. Minn-Erva
The Awards will air on June 17th at 9:00 P.M. EST.
Ming-Na Wen, John Favreau, and Robert Downy Jr. will be the recipients of the Disney Legends Award. There will be a ceremony at the D23 Expo in August.
Non-Marvel Related Projects
Deadline reported that Jude Law is expected to have a lead role in director Francis Ford Coppola’s new film Megalopolis.
The Hollywood Reporter reported that Mckenna Grace has joined the voice cast for the new animated Scooby-Doo film, Scoob. She will voice young Daphne in the film.
Discussing Film reported that Taika Waititi’s live-action adaptation of anime, Akira, will begin filming in Los Angeles on July 15th. He will co-wrote the screenplay with Micheal Golamco, screenwriter of Netflix film, Always Be My Maybe.
Fox Searchlight Pictures announced the release date for Taika Waititi’s next film, JoJo Rabbit. It will be released on October 18th. Taika directed it and also plays Hitler in the film. A poster was released announcing the release date.
A trailer for Stumptown, starring Cobie Smulders, has been released.
You know the MCU. Now get ready for the PCU! According to comicbook.com, Legendary Studios has Detective Pikachu sequel in development. This could lead to other Pokemon getting their own movies as well.
A new poster for Men in Black: International has been released.
Deadline reported that Chadwick Boseman’s 21 Bridges will be released on September 27th, and Dave Bautista’s My Spy will be released on August 23rd.
Empire Magazine reported that Sebastian Stan has joined the cast of spy thriller 355. It is currently unknown what role he will be playing. You can read a synopsis of the film below:
“355 finds top agents from agencies around the world having to find a way to work together when a new threat emerges, one on the verge of acquiring a weapon that could throw the world into total chaos. Strangers and enemies become comrades and friends, and from the mission a new faction emerges, with its numerical name inspired by the codename of the one of the earliest spies in the American Revolution, a woman whose identity remains unknown to this day.”
Comicbook.com reported that during a comic con in Italy, Sebastian Stan reportedly revealed that the events of the upcoming Black Widow Film would be set after Captain America: Civil War.
Several websites are reporting on this, but there is no video proof of Sebastian’s second panel of the day, and there is no confirmation from Marvel. We will be finding what is going on soon enough!
That’s all for this week. Type at ya later!
Over and out,
Over and out,