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The ‘Spider-Man’ spinoff following the son of a luchador set to inherit the ancestral superpowers of his bloodline may have lost its star after the film was scrubbed from the studio’s release calendar earlier this year.
Election marks the first time a sole group of VFX workers has unionized with IATSE since visual effects were pioneered nearly 50 years ago.
The workers join the latest wave of industry artists calling for protections afforded their union colleagues; group follows Marvel VFX workers as only the 2nd ever VFX worker NLRB filing.
The comedian will play sorceress Jennifer Kale in the upcoming Marvel and Disney+ miniseries, while the ‘White Lotus’ actress will play Rio Vidal, an original main villain character created for the show.
The film industry veteran brings 25+ years of experience to the studio, including a BAFTA-nomination for ‘Ant-Man.’
Now that an election agreement has been met, Marvel’s VFX crew will vote next week for union representation, hopefully paving the way for further participation across the entire industry.
The brave group have signed authorization cards to help bring the VFX industry towards union representation in the face of shocking firings, long hours, and 7-day weeks.
The ‘Ms. Marvel’ and ‘The Marvels’ star joins writer Sabir Pirzada on ‘Ms. Marvel: The New Mutant,’ a new comic resurrecting the recently deceased Kamala Khan in her newly defined status as a mutant.
The animated series follows Peter Parker on his way to becoming Spider-Man in the MCU while celebrating the character’s early comic book roots, out on Disney+ in 2024.
Led by VFX Supervisor Stephane Naze, the company’s Montreal studio, alongside its London and Vancouver facilities, created Groot, Cosmo, their severed Celestial head HQ known as Knowhere, and the fight with Adam Warlock on Marvel Studios’ smash sci-fi adventure hit.
The ‘Spider-Man’ spinoff starring Bad Bunny as the son of a luchador set to inherit the ancestral superpowers of his bloodline was originally set to release theatrically on January 12, 2024.
The very R-rated film, starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson in the titular role, tells the visceral origin story of the villain before his notorious vendetta with Spider-Man, in theaters October 6, 2023.
An animated ‘Stan Lee’ will ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange June 26 – exemplifying continued expansion of the IP under the new corporate name; the event will stream live on Kartoon Channel!
From giant red spaceships to tentacled, toothy Abilisks, the studio’s VFX and animation teams, led by VFX supervisor Guy Williams and animation supervisor Michael Cozens, pull out all the stops for the final chapter of James Gunn’s MCU trilogy.
With negotiations at a standstill and no sign of bending on either side, studios may turn to AI to pen scripts in the absence of Hollywood’s writers.
From Marvel to Netflix, the studios behind a slew of series and films have both voluntarily and involuntarily halted filming as the strike hits its second week, with multiple studios threatening showrunners with salary cuts and potential legal action.
Presentations on June 13 and 14 will showcase Disney’s 100-year legacy, including ‘Building on the Legacy’ and a look forward at ‘Learning the Ropes: A Guide to Creating the Next Big Disney Hit;’ other highlights include an exclusive screening of the animated anthology ‘Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire,’ and reveals from DBT President Ayo Davis and Disney EMEA VP of Animation Orion Ross.
Disney TV Animation’s SVP of Current Series Khaki Jones and VP of the Kids Unit Claire McCabe have been let go as part of a company-wide initiative to save $5.5 billion in costs.
Although the exact terms of the agreement remain mum, as neither party has commented on the settlement, millions of dollars in financial compensation were reportedly awarded to the axed exec.
The Pearl and X actress has been cast in an undisclosed role on the film, which stars Mahershala Ali as the eponymous vampire slayer, slashing into theaters September 6, 2024.
The ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ writer has taken the reins from former scribes Jeff Kaplan and Ian Springer, which signals a potential shift away from comedy towards a more serious sci-fi tone.
As a series of 7,000 layoffs began this week at the Mouse House, cost-cutting has led to the ouster of Perlmutter, a major company shareholder, co-president Rob Steffens, and chief counsel John Turitzin.