Highly anticipated MCU Phase Four action flick comes to theaters and Disney+ with Premier Access July 9, 2021.
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The mischievous horned God’s Disney+ series will now premiere Wednesday June 9, moving back from June 11, avoiding competition with subsequent Friday ‘The Bad Batch’ releases as well as ‘Black Widow’s July 9 launch.
Extended Phase Four trailer moves from looks at the past to a chronological list of what’s in store for MCU fans at the theatre well into 2023.
To celebrate National Superhero Day, the actor looks back at the career of alter ego Natasha Romanoff; highly anticipated action-packed spy thriller hits theaters and Disney+ with premier access on July 9.
Hitting theatres and Disney+ simultaneously July 9, Marvel Studios’ often delayed and hotly anticipated spy thriller tells the mysterious backstory of the MCU’s most enigmatic and compelling Avenger.
The sci-fi star voices Rick, the scruffy owner of a beat-up van parked in front of the Green’s house, in new episode premiering March 27; Emmy-nominated animated comedy was recently renewed for a third season on Disney Channel.
Release of highly anticipated Marvel tentpole pushed to July 9; ‘Cruella’ gets May 28 dual launch, while Disney / Pixar’s ‘Luca’ is now scheduled for an exclusive Disney+ release on June 18.
Long-time VFX supervisors join studio’s Los Angeles and Vancouver offices, respectively; company bolsters team to deliver upcoming projects including ‘Eternals;’ ‘The Suicide Squad;’ ‘The Batman;’ ‘Lisey’s Story;’ ‘Fengshen Trilogy;’ ‘The Jade Earring;’ and ‘The Nevers.’
Disney makes the tough decision to cancel their highly anticipated animated feature’s planned November 20 theatrical release date, opting instead to debut exclusively December 25 on the company’s streaming platform.
Miss Romanoff and her other MCU Phase 4 brethren will now be gracing movie theatres starting mid-2021 instead of November 6th 2020.
Tom Holland reportedly in talks to extend his Marvel Studios contract as the lovable Peter Parker for six more films.
Melissa Taylor, Siobhan Bentley and Tamara Boutcher will oversee feature animation and VFX services in London and Montreal studios.
Disney has updated its feature film release schedule yet again in response to continued uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 pandemic.
Previously announced Walt Disney Company move begins as employees whose jobs aren’t deemed necessary will be temporarily dismissed April 19.
‘Eternals,’ ‘Mulan,’ and ‘Indiana Jones 5’ among films getting the ‘shift’ as the studio announces major changes to its theatrical release calendar.
VFX supervisor Russell Earl discusses the climactic airport battle complete with fully CG super heroes, environments and hundreds of digital assets on Marvel’s latest ‘Captain America’ franchise hit.
Animation supervisor Steve Rawlins discusses Spider-Man, Ant-Man, Black Panther and other CG super hero characters ILM produced for Marvel’s action-adventure hit.