Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has confirmed that a trans character is on the way for the MCU. Speaking as part of a Q&A session at the New York Film Academy, which has already yielded multiple insights into the Marvel creative process, Feige was asked about plans to bring more LGBT+ characters into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and more specifically trans characters. The Marvel chief replied by acknowledging the presence of a trans character in an upcoming project.
Join We Got This Covered’s Matt Donato as he runs down the best horror movies of 2019, with the year bringing us some very exciting films.
According to sources close to WGTC, a certain Phase 3 villain will return for a small role in the upcoming Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings.
The super talented BossLogic has taken to Twitter to show us how Kevin Hart and Dwayne Johnson could look in the live-action Dragon Ball movie from Disney.
Shazam! star Zachary Levi says he almost gave up on life before being cast as the DC hero, and reflects on what a wild year 2019 has been.
According to sources close to WGTC, Ryan Reynolds is fighting with Disney over giving Deadpool 3 an R-rating, with the studio said to be getting cold feet.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark was a breakout hit at the box office this year. The PG-13 horror film ended up grossing over $100 million against a budget of just $28 million. Given the massive success of the film as well as the way it ends, it seems inevitable that a sequel will soon be announced. While nothing is official as of yet, the studio is already reportedly getting started on mapping out this highly-anticipated follow-up. According to our sources, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark 2 is now in the early stages of development.
Netflix has reveled its list of most popular movies and TV shows in the UK for 2019, with some surprising omissions and inclusions.
Variety has crunched the numbers to reveal that, yes, IP Man 4 dominated the Chinese box office this weekend at the expense of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
Screenwriter Chris Terrio has explained why Kylo Ren repaired his mask in time for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.