Marvel has finally released the first Black Widow trailer. You can watch it below:
The first official poster has been released:
On The Late Show, Scarlett Johansson had this to say about where in the MCU timeline is set:
“It takes place after the Civil War and before the Infinity War.”
Some interesting bits of information came out CCXP this weekend courtesy of Kevin Feige:
We will get to see what happened in Budapest in Black Widow.
The Multiverse is the next step in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s evolution.
The Eternals know about the Avengers, but not vice versa.
Wanda will become the Scarlet Witch and is one of the most powerful characters.
Eternals and Black Widow footage was shown.
Eternals will “change and redefine the MCU in Phase 4.”
Black Widow will tell us something not known about the MCU and set up things for the future.
An Exclusive Black Widow poster was released:
Moon Knight, She-Hulk, and Ms. Marvel will be ready for Disney+ by the end of next year.
The Disney+ shows and movies are interconnected so you will need to watch the shows for the movies to make sense.
A couple of photos from Falcon and Winter Soldier were released:
A first look at Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany was released:
Deadline reported that Stephen Graham has been cast in an unknown role in Venom 2.
Producer Matt Tolmach told IGN there’s a possibility of Venom 2 being rated R “now that we know it works for superhero movies.”
There will be a special on ABC called Celebrating Marvel’s Stan Lee that will air on December 20 at 8:00 PM EST.
Two small scoops from Murphy’s Multiverse came out regarding WandaVision:
1. Josh Stamberg has joined the WandaVision cast as an FBI agent.
2. Two locations have recently been used for WandaVision filming, the Regional Medical Center in Riverdale, Georgia and Starr’s Mill High School in Fayetteville, Georgia.
Non Marvel Related Projects
A poster for the new Ghostbusters has been released:
A trailer will be released tomorrow.
A poster and trailer for Ryan Reynolds new movie Free Guy has been released:
That’s all for this week. As always, thanks for reading
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