'No Time To Die' Might Be Releasing Summer 2021
MGM and Universal are reportedly considering a summer 2021 release for the latest Bond film, No Time to Die. The fifth film to feature Daniel Craig as the iconic MI6 agent, it was initially slated to be released last April. However, the initial onset of the pandemic compelled the studios to delay the theatrical release by seven months, slating it for a November release date. With the world being as it is right now, it is possible that November could still be too soon to release a big film such as this.
'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' Delayed
When the Disney+ platform published the release schedule for August, a much anticipated MCU title was conspicuously left off of the updated list. The show The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was going to see Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan) step into leading roles with these characters. The two would continue the chemistry established between them in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films. This show was slated to become one of the first by Marvel Studios on the streaming platform.
First Impressions of Peacock, the Newly Launched Streaming Service from NBCUniversal
Last Wednesday, July 15, NBCUniversal launched its own streaming service, Peacock, which offers over 200,000 hours of content. When the name was first announced, it was the subject of much ridicule. On top of that, avid subscribers of Netflix were unhappy that some of their favorite shows such as The Office (US) would be taken off of Netflix in January 2021 so that they could be exclusive to Peacock. In the age of streaming services, some consumers even feel that there are too many, with the launch of HBO Max on May 27 being fairly recent.
'Chucky' Teaser Revealed Showing Our First Look At What Is To Come
He’s baaaaaack… The Syfy channel and USA Network just released their latest teaser trailer for the forthcoming TV series, Chucky, which follows the killer doll from the Child's Play franchise. The teaser itself, which depicts Chucky in a toy store, is brief, but it does provide fans with a sense that the franchise may be returning to its roots.
Bring The Galaxy Far Far Away Home With SDCC At Home
Calling all Jedi, Bounty Hunters, Smugglers, and Sith! While San Diego Comic-Con is not happening in person this year, SDCC holds in store a whole host of virtual panels that are sure to satisfy your convention cravings. No waiting for hours in long lines, sweating profusely in uncomfortable cosplays, or struggling to see over the heads of other attendees as you watch from the back row of the convention hall. You will be able to watch anything and everything you want right from the comfort of your couch, all for free, just a few short days from now.
Xbox Games Showcase Set for July 23
Since the beginning of video game consoles, we have had what has been referred to as the "console wars." The two most brutal combatants are Sony with their Playstation, and Microsoft with their Xbox. Neither of them have managed to beat Nintendo, but that is neither here nor there. Since the console wars began, the two have released their respective new consoles with a fair amount of regularity. Last month, Sony officially showcased its latest console, the Playstation 5. It has always been a high bar to set between the two gaming systems.
Marvel's 'Spider-Man 3' Expected to Finish Up Production in February 2021
One of the more popular MCU heroes of late (and indeed, one of the most popular comic book characters of all time) is Spider-Man. We have seen several versions of the character over the years, most notably the Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield films. While both have their strengths and weaknesses, Tom Holland's take on the character in the latest Marvel films has garnered universal praise, with some viewing him as the superior performance over the other two.
Report Says Alden Ehrenerich Has "Heard Some Stuff, But Nothing Concrete" About Reprising His Role As Han Solo
"Never tell me the odds." -Han Solo Welcome you dashing and devil may care scoundrels back to more news pertaining to the fantastic galactic space opera as known as Star Wars. This news is fresh from the lips of our favorite lone blaster-wielding hero Alden Ehrenreich, whom you may already know for his impressive portrayal of Han Solo in the character's own side flick, Solo: A Star Wars Story. The star recently mentioned interesting details regarding the possibility of returning to the franchise as the same flagship character.