During an interview with Yahoo! News, Sebastian Stan discussed his feelings on Bucky possibly becoming the next Captain America:
“I don’t know about that. Not really though, if you think about it. It makes no sense for him to…why would you give it to the guy that’s been trying to have a whole new history outside of the thing he’s been trapped by. I remember I found out [about Falcon getting the shield] the day we were shooting. I was like ‘Oh wow, this is the deal.’ But it makes sense. He’s [Sam Wilson] has been his [Captain America’s] right-hand for a long time at this point.”
In an interview with MTV News, Scarlett Johansson has said that Black Widow will be inspired by movies like Logan, Terminator 2, and The Fugitive.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Tom Hiddleston has said that filming for the Loki Disney+ TV series will begin in early 2020.
In a post on Instagram, Ryan Reynolds seemed to tease a Phase 5 Deadpool movie.
Natalie Portman posted that she’s hard at work researching for her role as the Mighty Thor in Thor: Love and Thunder.
The above image was taken from her Instagram story.
(Photo courtesy of Cinemablend.)
Lady Sif actress Jaime Alexander has expressed interest in being Valkyrie’s queen in Thor: Love and Thunder. You can check out her tweet below:
At the 2019 SIGGRAPH conference, Marvel executive producer Victoria Alonso had this to say about the quality expected of Black Widow: [Black Widow] “should be the best movie that we make.”
(Source: The Hollywood Reporter)
In an interview with Inverse, Black Widow writer Jac Schaeffer had this to say about the violence in Black Widow:
“The fighting [in Black Widow] is a lot of close contact, hand-to-hand combat,” Schaeffer said. “It’s very visceral. There’s a lot of aggression and power in a very human way that I find really satisfying and really exciting to watch, but it’s the polar opposite to writing for super-powered characters.” [In reference to being the showrunner for Wandavision]
She also said that part of Black Widow will take place after Captain America: Civil War. To be more specific, what happens after the Avengers fight at the airport. [Natasha is] “very much on her own and over the events of the Black Widow movie, she has to reckon with some of the red in her ledger.”
According to MCU Cosmic, Marvel plans to introduce comics characters Galactus and Tyrant in the MCU at some point in the future.
The same source has said that a report has been released concerning a shooting location for Eternals. The location is in the Canary Islands, “a UNESCO World Heritage site, Teide National Park.” This particular site will be used for a “prehistoric” location.
A list of MCU movies available to stream upon Disney + premiere on November 12:
Iron Man 3
Thor: The Dark World
According to IGN by way of Screnrant, there will be several characters that will use the Black Widow title in Black Widow.
DiscussingFilm reported that Falcon and Winter Soldier will begin filming at Pinewood Studios in Atlanta on October 12.
During an episode of Kevin Smith’s Fatman Beyond, cohost Mark Bernadin had this to say about the upcoming Falcon and Winter Soldier Disney+ TV series:
“That, I think, is the crux of what that show’s going to be. The government doesn’t want Sam Wilson to be Captain America.”
GeeksWorldwide has reported that Marvel is looking to cast a transgender actress for an upcoming Marvel film. They’re looking for an actress aged 20s-30s. It’s currently unknown what project they’re casting for though it’s being speculated that the movie is Thor: Love and Thunder. And that the character is Sera, the only trans woman superhero currently In Marvel comics canon.
If an Amazon listing is to be believed, Spider-Man: Far From Home will be available on Blu-ray on October 1, 2019.
Tom Holland will be attending the FanX Salt Lake Comic Convention on September 6-7. You can find more information here:
Tom will also be attending ACE Comic-Con Midwest in Rosemont, Illinois on October 11-13. You can find more information here:
Non-Marvel Related Projects
@TheInSneider has tweeted that Chadwick Boseman’s new action thriller 21 Bridges has been moved again. It is now coming out on November 22, 2019.
@AaronCouch tweeted that Denis Villeneuve’s Dune remake has been moved to December 18, 2020.
The first trailer for Benedict Cumberbatch’s new movie 1917 has been released:
Variety reported that Cate Blanchett is currently negotiating to star alongside Bradley Cooper in Guillermo del Toro’s Nightmare Alley remake.
That’s all for this week. Thanks for reading.
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