Dave Bautista wants a Drax solo movie so much he’d do anything to get it made. This includes giving up the role to a bigger star.
2019 will go down in the history books as bringing about the end of three major sagas. Avengers: Endgame wrapped up Marvel’s Infinity Saga, Game of Thrones completed its eight-season run and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is set to conclude the Skywalker saga. While there’s been some criticism of Endgame, it’s unarguably a major success. GoT, on the other hand, has drawn endless ire from the many people dissatisfied with how it concluded the show.
It’s been a rocky couple of weeks for web-heads since it was announced that Spider-Man was leaving the MCU due to a Sony/Disney falling out. However, we may have some good news for you.
As it stands, Spider-Man is currently out of the MCU and back with Sony. However, WGTC has heard from our sources – the same ones who confirmed those Ms. Marvel and She-Hulk TV series before their official reveal at D23 – that both Disney and Sony are working on re-opening negotiations to try and map out a new deal next week. Before Tom Holland’s web-slinger does return to the MCU, though, Sony apparently has a few requests for Marvel.
Sony and Disney will reportedly meet again next week to discuss the future of Spider-Man and whether he’ll return to the MCU or not.
Earlier this year, Avengers: Endgame concluded Captain America’s arc on a crowd-pleasing note when Steve Rogers traveled back in time to settle down with Peggy Carter. It was a moment that could’ve been taken straight out of a work of MCU fan fiction, but in giving one sector of the filmgoing public exactly what they wanted, the Avengers: Infinity War sequel also spawned a messy debate that shows no sign of dying out anytime soon.
The Punisher is one of the most popular characters in Marvel’s repertoire. Frank Castle, the man behind the skull T-shirt, was first introduced as an antagonist for Spider-Man. It wasn’t long afterwards that he went on to star in his own self-titled series, though, which really took off with the boom of the anti-hero in the 90s. The comic would spawn several spinoffs featuring Marvel’s most violent vigilante and he became an enduring figure in pop culture.
It appears that Marvel is hard at work on the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The 2016 Benedict Cumberbatch superhero flick is remembered as one of the MCU’s most visually stunning films to date and so hype for the sequel has always been high. But Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige took things one step further at this year’s SDCC panel by revealing that Doctor Strange 2 would have Scarlet Witch in tow and now, Wanda herself (Elizabeth Olsen) has confirmed that work on the script is officially underway.
Disney’s already adapted many of their 1990s animated classics for live-action so it’s no surprise that they’re working on a Hercules remake, too. This isn’t official yet, but there are many rumors going around about the project. We Got This Covered has previously brought you the news that we’ve heard Alexander Skarsgard is up for the title role. 90210 star Trevor Donovan has also hinted on Twitter that he’s at least auditioned for the part of the demi-god.
Right now, we imagine many DC fans are eagerly awaiting more Birds of Prey footage. Though the movie itself isn’t set to arrive until early next year, folks are excited to see what this big screen team-up involving Harley Quinn, Huntress and Black Canary brings to the table. True, there was that brief teaser from a few months back, but it didn’t really show us a whole lot.