Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Marvel Cinematic Universe news (part 6).

Part 5.

Holy fucking shit, they did it!!!!!!

Yep, this is also the sequel to "Sony-Spidey 4", and "I'll believe it when I see it".

I've done seen it. Spidey is joining the MCU, it's happening.

Spidey will pop up first in an unspecified Marvel film (I'm thinking Civil War), then Marvel and Sony will co-produce an MCU linked Spidey reboot.

Adding Spidey to the Marvel timeline means "Thor: Ragnarok", gets bumped down to November 3rd 2017, "Black Panther", gets bumped down to July 6th 2018, "Captain Marvel", gets bumped to November 2nd 2018, and "Inhumans", gets bumped to July 12th 2019.
"Avengers: Infinity War", remains set.
And, one assumes Spidey will be there.

Stay tuned for the casting of the new Spidey.


Diacanu said...

Here's the whole schedule.

May 1st 2015: "Avengers: Age of Ultron"
July 17th 2015: "Ant-Man"
May 6th 2016: "Captain America: Civil War"
November 4th 2016: "Doctor Strange"
May 5th 2017: "Guardians of the Galaxy 2"
July 28th 2017: "Untitled Spider-Man Reboot"
November 3rd 2017: "Thor: Ragnarok"
May 4th 2018: "Avengers: Infinity War Part 1"
July 6th 2018: "Black Panther"
November 2nd 2018: "Captain Marvel"
May 3rd 2019: "Avengers: Infinity War Part 2"
July 12th 2019: "Inhumans"

Diacanu said...

Its been confirmed that Spidey's first MCU appearance will be "Civil War".

Also, Sony is still developing "Sinister Six".

Diacanu said...

Sony is also still developing "Venom", and Glass Ceiling".

B. D. said...

and they want to remake Halloween.




Diacanu said...

I think they should ditch Michael Myers, and go anthology like they tried to do with Halloween III.

Just slap the Halloween name on films with the Halloween holiday concept.

The first story?

The Pumpkin Giant.


Billdude said...

Yeah, I'd like that too--in fact, I'd actually like seeing "Halloween III"'s concept done in a non-unintentionally-hilarious way--but you know, we're not even going to get that; in fact, we're not even going to get an unintentionally funny movie. You know what we're going to get: another badly written, fanboy-ish attempt to appeal to nostalgia porn with lame "updates" of the original movie's killings and mythology. You know, the movie we weren't supposed to get with the 2013 "Carrie," but did.

At least this new one presumably won't have Malcolm McDowell.

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