Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Fan Poster Is Kinda Scary

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe is in a unique place, we’re currently occupying the interim period between phases. This wait has been made longer thanks to the delay of Black Widow, but there are a variety of highly anticipated projects coming together. Chief among them is Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which will be helmed by director Sam Raimi. A fan poster for the developing project recently went viral, and it’s kind of scary.

Why Filming Jurassic World 3 Was Tough On Chris Pratt And The Schwarzenegger Family

Patrick Schwarzenegger recently appeared on Today to promote his own new movie, Echo Boomers, but, as is almost certainly the case when your name is Schwarzenegger he also talked about his family at large. It seems that his sister Katherine, wife of Chris Pratt, and his brand new niece, Lyla Maria, have been over in London where Jurassic World: Dominion recently wrapped production. This has made it tough for the rest of the family to see the newest member, but it has been happening. According to Schwarzenegger…

Zack Snyder Shows What Martian Manhunter Will Look Like In His Justice League

What do you guys think of the character design? It’s going to look a whole lot cooler when we can see it in high definition on HBO Max, when Snyder is able to share the entirety of his Justice League vision with the fans who fought so hard to make it a reality. When will that be? For God’s sake, HBO Max, can we get a release date? Just so we can block off our calendars?

After Famous Line Is Dropped In The Batman Trailer, Kevin Conroy Shares His Thoughts

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As far as comic book heroes go, Batman is arguably the most popular. As such, the Dark Knight has been adapted for film and TV countless times since Bruce Wayne was introduced on the page. The latest of these will come with Matt Reeves’ The Batman, which will introduce Robert Pattinson’s version of the beloved DC character. The first trailer revealed Pattinson uttering the iconic phrase “I am vengeance,” and now beloved Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy has responded to that particular line of dialogue.

Mission: Impossible 7: Another Iconic Star Will Return To Join Tom Cruise

Angela Bassett joined the Mission: Impossible films in the last one as Erika Sloane, the new Director of Central Intelligence who over saw Alec Baldwin’s Alan Hunley who was the head of the IMF. With the death of Baldwin’s character in the last film, and an apparent change of heart of Bassett’s character, it seems likely she’ll play an ally to the team rather than the antagonist she was last time around.

6 Black Romance Writers Whose Books Need To Be Adapted To Movies

People of Earth! Times, they are rough. There is so much going on (literally every single day), and so much of it which is 100%, Grade A, Not Great, that it can be difficult to focus on the good in life and keep your hopes for the future alive. Well, you know what is great? True love and sexytimes. Even though a lot of folks might not admit it, most of us have a favorite story (or more) which leans heavily on romance, no matter what else is going on, and black romance authors like Beverly Jenkins and Talia Hibbert have certainly given readers a lot to love about love!

Sure there are plenty of romantic comedies out there, but if you are a true lover of actual romance novels, you’ll know that one thing those books promise (which can be a big deal right now) is a happy ending for the lovebirds involved. And, right now, when everything seems to be so up-in-the-air, who among us couldn’t use a little assured happiness, no matter what disasters life throws in our path?

George Lucas’ Star Wars Sequel Trilogy Could Have Used Darth Maul In A Wild Way

In the end, Maul was noticeably missing from the sequel trilogy, which George Lucas wasn’t involved in at all. J.J. Abrams directed two of those installments, creating a slew of new characters in the process. And rather than focusing on Maul, the main antagonist of the trilogy was Adam Driver’s Kylo Ren. Of course, The Rise of Skywalker would also include another iconic Sith in the form of Palpatine.

How Waiting In Line Works At Disney World During The Pandemic

People Mostly Sort Of Follow The Social Distancing Rules In Line

I would describe the behavior of guests at Disney World as mostly fine. Sadly, the world is not filled with exclusively thoughtful people or even just those with self-awareness. Because of that, individual line experiences will vary a lot. I stood in some lines where every single person around me behaved exactly as Disney intended. People calmly waited in the designated spots and only moved forward when the group in front of them did so. Then again, I also stood in lines where the people behind me would absent-mindedly walk past the line and then sorta stop when they realized they’d gotten too close. For the most part, I think people were trying to behave. Everyone takes Covid different amounts of seriously, though, and that’s certainly reflected in people’s behavior.

Upcoming Robert Downey Jr. Movies: What’s Ahead For The Iron Man Star

Pinocchio – TBD

Another long forgotten Robert Downey Jr. project that once looked very promising is the actor’s adaptation of Pinocchio, which would see the Dolittle star take on the role of Geppetto as sets out to build a son to keep him company. The project was first announced years ago and bounced between directors with everyone from Paul Thomas Anderson to Ron Howard being attached at various points in pre-production.

There hasn’t been much as far news goes for the Warner Bros. live-action adaptation of the classic tale, but there is another Disney production in the works. Deadline announced in January 2020 that Robert Zemeckis would direct and co-write the Disney production at some point in the near future. Where this leaves the Robert Downey Jr. version of Pinocchio remains to be seen, but there’s plenty of room in Monstro’s stomach for two wooden boys and an elderly toymaker.

As always, a lot can change with these Robert Downey Jr. movies in the weeks, months, and even years ahead, so make sure to check back for all the latest here at CinemaBlend.