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In the fall 2014, Star Wars and animation fans alike will be able to look forward to the next step in the franchise with Star Wars Rebels. The animated series will be a glimpse into the history of our favorite characters, elaborating on the 20 years worth of history between episodes III and IV.
Disney expanded its power base by purchasing the vast comic book kindgom known as Marvel. They are now making the first of what will surely be many movies based on Marvel comic books. Surprisingly, it's not a well-known comic book.
At this point, the Captain America franchise just might be seeing more of Howard Stark than his son ever did. Dominic Cooper, the dapper guy responsible for bringing Iron Man's father to life in the first Captain America installment, is back on board for the sequel.
ABC has ordered 12 new scripted series for its upcoming season. This is a tall order considering they’ve only cancelled six. The lists in this article have been alphabetized, for your convenience of course (and because I have OCD).
Fans of Agent Phil Coulson of The Avengers rejoice! The first footage from the Agents of SHIELD pilot airs tomorrow, Sunday, May 12 at 8pm before the season finale of Once Upon a Time on ABC. The show will expand the story of The Avengers, with a focus on SHIELD agents, with Joss Whedon as executive producer and the pilot’s director.
The forces behind Pirates of the Caribbean 5 are currently standing at a proverbial fork in the road. There is currently no director in place for the upcoming film, but Deadline has reported that Disney will make a choice soon. That's is good considering they have a 2015 summer release date in place.
When it was announced that Disney acquired the right for the Star Wars movies, reactions were mixed. There was a further blow when LucasArts, the company that helped bring us many Star Wars and other memorable games, was shut down. Now there is news that EA will be at the helm of future Star Wars games.
Coming off the massive success of their latest superhero blockbuster, Marvel is being uncharacteristcally candid about their future plans. We previously knew that Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier Guardians of the Galaxy, and The Avengers 2 would make up the studio's Phase Two. Now, Marvel has announced a slate of movies that will take us through Phase Three and beyond, and include some very surprising choices.
According to an interview with Collider, Doctor Strange is looking like the next in line for Marvel’s movie treatment (after Ant-Man, of course). Kevin Feige, President of Marvel Studios, stated that, “As we look past 2015, past Avengers 2 and Ant-Man, I think Doctor Strange should be one of the next movies in the years following that.”
Producer Bryan Burke recently announced that Star Wars VII will begin filming sometime in 2014--next year! While he was pretty hush-hush about the plot, fans speculate that the script is pretty solid, as they'll be pumping out three consecutive movies beginning in the summer of 2015.