'Moon Knight' Is The Latest Character to be Revealed in Marvel's Future Plans

'Moon Knight' Is The Latest Character to be Revealed in Marvel's Future Plans

Nova is not the only Marvel property with plans for the future. — Moon Knight originally was going to be a part of the Netflix line up of heroes but it seems now it could be coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the future. Marvel has turned obscure characters into household names. This could be the plan with Moon Knight. The mercenary turned millionaire hero. Phase 4 may reap the benefits of an abundance of new characters at their disposal (X-Men and Fantastic Four) but Marvel is still looking into the characters they already own for potential projects. Ever since the subtle name drop of "A man in Cairo, Egypt" in Captain America: The Winter Solider, fans have been awaiting the arrival of Moon Knight. Marvel Studios may have been planning for Marc Spector for a long time.

Kevin Feige Adresses Namor's Complex Rights Status

Kevin Feige Adresses Namor's Complex Rights Status

It may be awhile before the Sub-Mariner appears in the MCU. — In a recent interview with IGN. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige dishes some details about the tricky contractual rights for Namor the Sub-Mariner. Feige also discusses about how the potential Disney-Fox deal could affect the cinematic future of Marvel's ruler of oceans.

Disney-Fox Deal Escalates, Looking at Mid-2019 Completion

Disney-Fox Deal Escalates, Looking at Mid-2019 Completion

In December, Disney and Twenty-First Century Fox sent shock waves through the entertainment world. — According to 21st Century Fox President Peter Rice, he stated the acquisition of his company should be done by Spring/Summer 2019. The massive $52.4 billion deal will take some time to be reviewed. Since this historical announcement more news has surfaced about another Fox suitor.

'Super Troopers 2' Review
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'Super Troopers 2' Review

If you’re a fan of the 2001 cult stoner comedy “Super Troopers”, about a group of fun-loving Vermont highway patrol officers who constantly play pranks on each other and the public (often while on the job), then you won’t be disappointed with this long-awaited sequel, which brings back the entire cast and delivers plenty of laughs.

'Genius: Picasso' Review
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'Genius: Picasso' Review

Season One of the National Geographic Channel’s first-ever scripted series, “Genius”, focused on the life of Albert Einstein, with Oscar winner Geoffrey Rush playing the scientific mastermind in his later years and newcomer Johnny Flynn giving a breakthrough performance as Einstein in his younger days.

'Stranger Things' Season 3 adds Cary Elwes

'Stranger Things' Season 3 adds Cary Elwes

Cary Elwes will be joining the cast of Stranger Things season three! — As if the town of Hawkins couldn't get anymore fucked up. The Duffer Bros. reached deep in their bag of tricks to reveal the small town nestled somewhere in Indiana has an actual Mayor. And from all accounts, this guy sounds like a real piece of shit!

'Hostiles' review
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'Hostiles' review

We are introduced to Scott Cooper’s ‘Hostiles’ with a solemn quote from D.H. Lawrence, assuring me that I was about to immerse myself in one of my favourite things in cinema – the Western that attempts to cut to the core of man’s tortured existence. What follows D.H. Lawrence’s affirmation of man’s marriage to violence is a prologue that lays the groundwork for this story.

'Rampage' Review
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'Rampage' Review

Dwayne Johnson and director Brad Peyton have previously collaborated on the fun family adventure sequel “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” and 2015’s surprisingly sophisticated, excellent action/thriller “San Andreas”. But film No. 3 for this duo isn’t nearly as successful…more proof that the Johnson charm-o-meter is continuing to trend in the wrong direction.

Disney's 'Mulan' adds Jet Li, Donnie Yen, and Gong Li

Disney's 'Mulan' adds Jet Li, Donnie Yen, and Gong Li

Casting for Disney’s live-action Mulan is shaping up to be a true all-star cast of Asian actors! — The Hollywood Reporter has learned that legendary actors - Jet Li, Gong Li, and Donnie Yen - have all been cast to play key roles in Disney's live-action adaptation of 1988’s animated Mulan.

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