By Stephen Ippolito | February 28th, 2021
The third Spider-Man film in the MCU has officially been titled Spider-Man: No Way Home. The reveal was made in a 30-second video that was released online by the studio on Wednesday.
The previous night, the film’s stars Tom Holland, Jacob Batalon, and Zendaya each released their own images of the film. They also released what they clamed the title was. This led to many on social media posting their own fake titles.
We finally have a release date for the third Marvel Studios produced series for Disney+. This week, the studio announced that Loki will hit the streaming service on June 11th.
Initially Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said that the series would be released in May. Whether it was for marketing or production reasoning, it will now arrive in June.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige says there are no plans to make Rated-R content beyond Deadpool 3
If you were hoping that Marvel Studios would start pumping out Rated-R projects now that there doing one with Deadpool 3, don’t count on it. During Wednesday’s Television Critics Association event, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said there are no plans to do more Rated-R content.
The upcoming Blade film, starring Mahershala Ali, was seen as another project that could follow the merc with a month and have a R Rating.
Outside of some set pictures, we have yet to get any sort of promotional look for the upcoming Phase 4 film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Now thanks to a leak from a Lego set, we have just that.
Posted on Reddit, the leak shows a promotional picture of actor Simu Liu as Shang-Chi. In it, he’s wearing his comic-book accurate Red outfit that’s he’s known to wear through the years.