Cast: Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jacob Batalon. What We Know So Far: Sony Pictures put into motion plans for a Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel shortly after the successful launch of the Oscar-winning animated movie, but the creative team is a bit different. He spent a year working on the script, during which time he was also spearheading reshoots and post-production of Justice League, but in February 2018 Whedon announced he was leaving the project because he "couldn't come up with a story." The film will introduce the MCU’s real Mandarin, to be played by Tony Leung, following the fake-out of the character in Iron Man 3. The studio revealed in July 2017 that the film would be titled Flashpoint, indicating the story will be adapting the famous comics arc that sees Barry going back into the past to save his mother's life, thus creating an alternate timeline. Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy proved that comic book adaptations could be just as dramatic and heavy as non-genre films, Marvel Studios jumpstarted a massive interconnected series of superhero movies that were significantly more colorful and humorous, and audiences have been turning out to both kinds of superhero films in droves. After over two yeas of rumors as to whether Affleck would or would not star, Warner Bros. has finally confirmed that he'll be moving aside and making way for a new Caped Crusader. The film was originally scheduled to be released in July 2021 but was pushed due the COVID-19 shutdown. What We Know So Far: Just as Spider-Man: Far from Home was hitting theaters worldwide, Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures were locked in contentious negotiations regarding the extension of their partnership on future Spider-Man films. Phil Lord and Chris Miller are returning as producers, but The Legend of Korra alum Joaquim Dos Santos is in the director's chair working from a script by Dave Callaham (Wonder Woman 1984). What We Know So Far: Not much, but Captain Marvel directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck are not expected to return. At long last, Warner Bros. hired Vacation directors and Spider-Man: Homecoming co-writers John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein to take the helm in early 2018, based in part on the strength of their Warner Bros. action comedy Game Night. Cast: Simu Liu, Awkwafina, and Tony Leung. Also included in this page are 10 possibly interesting facts about DC/Marvel comics and movies. The film was originally scheduled to be released on June 25, 2021 but was pushed due the COVID-19 shutdown. I agree it'd be amazing to see but what would be the reason? The film was originally scheduled to be released on May 7, 2021 but was pushed due the COVID-19 shutdown. The film is based on a comics character created in the early 1970s by writer Steve Englehart and artist Jim Starlin and was born out of Marvel Comics’ desire to acquire the rights to the TV series Kung Fu, which they were denied. Filming was finally scheduled to begin in July 2020 but is likely delayed due to the COVID-19 shutdown. Is this 'Charlie Brown' scene racially problematic? Fox paid 7-figure settlement over bogus conspiracy story, Crucial new data on the efficacy of cloth masks, 'Voice' singer's tough night in Knockout Rounds, Snubbed former Nike exec auctioning rare Jordan shoes, David Maas, NBA halftime showman, dies of COVID-19, AstraZeneca vaccine test results spark confusion, CDC to shorten quarantine for those exposed to virus. No, that is a fake trailer. However, just a few months before the film was set to hit theaters in April 2018, Fox pushed the movie back 10 months to 2019 to take over Gambit's previous spot. The film was originally scheduled to be released on October 2, 2020 but was pushed due the COVID-19 shutdown. In the comics, Shang-Chi was raised and trained by his father in martial arts, but when he learned his father was actually evil, he turned against him. I doubt DC v.s Marvel will become a movie. Well cut to July 2019, and Daley and Goldstein have voluntarily left the project while IT and Mama filmmaker Andy Muschietti is now in negotiations to take over as director—the project's fourth filmmaker in four years. 2. What We Know So Far: This is probably Venom 2, albeit not yet confirmed.The first Venom was released on this same weekend in October and has now grossed over $800 million worldwide, which is kind of insane. That’s it. The film was originally scheduled to be released on November 6, 2020 but was pushed due the COVID-19 shutdown. Now, following Disney's acquisition of Fox, the film was then delayed yet again from August 2019 to April 2020, but due to the COVID-19 shutdown was removed from the release calendar and then set for release in August. The film was originally scheduled to be released on May 1, 2020 but was pushed due the COVID-19 shutdown. What We Know So Far: Warner Bros. pulled Joss Whedon over from Marvel to write and direct a Batgirl movie. Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, and Christian Bale. Gunn has said that despite the COVID-19 shutdown, the film's release date is on track. The film was originally scheduled to be released on November 5, 2021 but was pushed due the COVID-19 shutdown. But production was pushed once again, as Ezra Miller was originally due to shoot Fantastic Beasts 3 in Fall/Winter 2019. It doesn't make any sense! I have seen about 3 to 5 trailers saying there is going to be a DC vs Marvel movie.if you get the chance to see one of the trailers please tell me if there is going to be one because it would be an awesome experience to see it.the trailer is here, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ej3jpYtaXj0. By Andrew Dyce May 13, 2013 DC and Marvel are prepared to battle it out in movie theaters during coming years, with Man of Steel paving the way for Justice League against Marvel's Avengers. What We Know So Far: Marvel signed Thor: Ragnarok filmmaker Taika Waititi to return to write and direct Thor 4 in July 2019, but at Comic-Con a few weeks later Marvel broke the big news: the film will feature the return of Natalie Portman as Jane Foster, who becomes the MCU’s first female Thor! This one’s been in development for a long time, but movement is starting to occur as Warner Bros. set Due Date writer Adam Sztykiel to pen the screenplay. Any high-concept Sci-Fi movie recommendations? But in January 2020, Derrickson left the director's chair over creative differences. For these three reasons, we won’t be getting a Marvel/DC crossover film in the foreseeable future. As of August 2019, Coogler has turned in a treatment to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige. Gavin O'Connor (The Accountant) was subsequently set to direct, but when his take came out similar to the plot of the Birds of Prey movie—which is going into production first—he became frustrated and moved on. In December 2018, it was revealed that Derrickson had quietly closed a deal to return and direct the Doctor Strange sequel, and at San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Marvel confirmed that Derrickson and Cumberbatch are returning for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Cast: Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Alice Braga, Charlie Heaton, Blu Hunt, Henry Zaga. What We Know So Far: Very little, but fresh off the success of the first Shazam!