- Everything about Disney-Fox deal.
- The Punisher renewed for season two.
- JL first three minutes released online.
Justice League: First Three Minutes Of Film Released Online.
Justice League will be released on Digital HD in Korea on December 19th. The Korean retailer selling the film have uploaded three-minute preview of the film’s opening. The scene opens with Superman talking to kids for their podcast and also includes the entry scene of Batman.
Source: Batman News
The Punisher will be back in 2018 with a second season.
Netflix has confirmed a second season of Marvel’s The Punisher. The Punisher received mixed reviews from critics but fans loved the performance of John Bernthal as Frank Castle. On Dec 12 Marvel posted a video on twitter about the return of The Punisher on Netflix.
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) December 12, 2017
Iron Fist Season 2 Set Photos Are Here!
Marvel’s Iron Fist 2nd Season started filming a week ago and the first set photos are here. They feature Iron Fist (Finn Jones) and Colleen Wing (Jessica Henwick).
Source: MCU Exchange
First look at Hawk and Dove from DC’s live action series ‘TITANS’.
Hawk and Dove are played by Alan Ritchson and Minka Kelly. Titans is expected to debut alongside Young Justice: Season 3 as part of DC’s new streaming service in 2018.
Tom Hardy’s VENOM new Set Photos released.
Tom Hardy filmed a fight scene with actor Scott Haze in Atlanta, Georgia last night. Just Jared shared a bunch of photos in which the Venom star looks bruised and bloody in the face.
Source: Just Jared
Everything about Disney-Fox Deal.
On Thursday Disney bought a major portion of 21st Century Fox for $52.4 billion in stock. And this was a very good news for Marvel fans because with the Disney-Fox deal Marvel got it’s characters back which means Fantastic Four, X-Men along with Deadpool can be now seen in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Earlier this year Stan Lee hinted that sooner or later Marvel will eventually get all the rights to their characters back. And after the Disney-Fox Deal he was happy and commented.
Whereas everybody was happy about the deal between Fox and Disney, Deadpool actor Ryan Reynold trolled the $53 billion deal by posting this image of Deadpool being escorted out of a Disney Theme Park.
Deadpool being a R-Rated character was in trouble after the Disney-Fox deal because Disney is a family friendly company and does’nt make R-Rated Movies. But In a conference call discussing Disney’s acquisition of Fox, Disney CEO Bob Iger addressed the Deadpool franchise, saying he’s OK with R-rated films so long as they can get the messaging right.
Iger specifically calls out “Deadpool,” wants to keep making sequels. “There may be an opportunity for an R-rated Marvel brand as long as we let audiences know what’s coming.”
— Ben Fritz (@benfritz) December 14, 2017