by Leroy Douresseaux a.k.a. "I Reads You"
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TRAILERS, TEASES, and TV SPOTS:
From YouTube: The "final trailer" for "Black Widow" (released Mon., March 9, 2020).
From Newsarama: This Disney+ Super Bowl TV spot focuses on the upcoming Marvel Studios TV series, "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier," "WandaVision," and "Loki."
From Newsarama: Here is the 30-second TV spot for "Black Widow" that was shown during Super Bowl LIV (Sun., Feb. 2nd, 2020).
From EW: Here is the special look at "Black Widow" shown during the "College Football Playoff" Championship game between LSU (winner) and Clemson (Mon., Jan. 13th, 2020).
From Marvel: See first official teaser trailer for Marvel Studios' "Black Widow" (Tues., Ded. 3, 2019).
DOCTOR STRANGE 2 - From YahooEntertainment: Actor Chiwetel Ejiofor, who played "Karl Mordo" in the film, "Doctor Strange," says that Sam Raimi is perfect to direct the planned sequel.
ANTHONY MACKIE - From CinemaBlend: Anthony Mackie ("Falcon") gives his honest (and blunt) assessment on Marvel Studios' lack of diversity.
ANTHONY MACKIE - From YahooEntertainment: Twitter loves the interview MCU star, Anthony Mackie, gave when he appeared in "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," Thurs., June 11th.
WANDAVISION - From MurphysMultiverse: Evan Peters, who played "Quicksilver" in Fox's "X-Men" movies signed on to play a mystery role in "WandaVision," and he has apparently already filmed his scenes. Could he be playing Quicksilver again?
SPIDER-MAN - From EW: J.K. Simmons says that he has signed on to reprise the role of "Spider-Man" character, "J. Jonah Jameson," hot-tempered editor of "The Daily Bugle." When and where will he appear? Time will tell.
CAPTAIN AMERICA - From THR: While promoting his Apple+ miniseries, "Defending Jacob," Chris Evan stated that he initially kept saying "No!" to the part of Steve Rogers/Captain America.
OBIT - From Variety: Leslie A. Pope, the set decorator for "Avengers: Endgame," has died at the age of 65, Wednesday, May 6, 2020. Pope had received an Oscar nomination for her work on 2003's "Seabiscuit" ("Best Art Direction," which she shared with Jeannine Oppewall).
IRON MAN 2 - From YahooUK: What went wrong with "Iron Man 2" (2010), Marvel Studios most troubled production?
FALCON-WINTER SOLDIER - From THR: Sebastian Stan talks about his latest film, "Endings, Beginnings," and his role as Bucky Barnes/The Winter Soldier in Marvel Studios' "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier."
DOCTOR STRANGE 2 - From Variety: "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" gets another release date change, March 25, 2022.
DOCTOR STRANGE 2 - From ComingSoon: Director Sam Raimi seems to officially confirm that he is directing the Marvel Studios film, "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness."
THOR 4 - From Deadline: Director Taika Waititi and star Tessa Thompson tease the upcoming "Thor" sequel, "Thor: Love & Thunder."
GUARDIAN GALAXY 3 - From GamesRadar: Director James Gunn teases that "Rocket" is a big part of what happens next for the "Guardians of the Galaxy."
ANT-MAN 3 - From THR: Writer Jeff Loveness has been hired to write a draft of "Ant-Man 3." Loveness is known for being a writer and producer on Cartoon Network's popular "Rick and Morty" animated series. Loveness has also written issues of Marvel Comics' "Groot" and "Nova" comic book series. Peyton Reed, the director of the first two "Ant-Man" films, has been signed to return for the third film.
FUTURE - From Variety: Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, Walt Disney has changed the release dates of several of its films, including a big shift for all Marvel Studios films through 2022.
BLACK WIDOW - From FilmMusicReporter: Lorne Balfe is composing music for the "Black Widow" film. There isn't any word on the music already composed for the film by Oscar-winner Alexandre Desplat.
COVID-19 - From BusinessInsider: In an opinion piece, the article says that the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) faces a big test as shifting movie release dates challenges its meticulous story planning. The release of "Black Widow" has already been postponed indefinitely because of the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak.
THOR: THE DARK WORLD - From IndieWire: Director Patty Jenkins explains why she left "Thor: The Dark World." [It wasn't a big loss - Ed.]
LOKI - From DiscussingFilm: Actor Richard E. Grant, who recently appeared in "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker," has joined Disney+/Marvel Studios TV series, "Loki," in a secret role.
FALCON AND WINTER SOLDIER - From Deadline: Shooting on Disney+'s "The Falcon & the Winter Soldier" in the city of Prague has shut down over coronavirus concerns. The series is due to debut August 2020.
WHAT IF - From Variety: Marvel Studios has picked the Quebec, Canada-based animation studio, "Squeeze," to create five episodes of its "What If...?" series.
BLACK WIDOW - From EW: Scarlett Johansson talks about the "closure" of appearing in the standalone "Black Widow" film. This article includes a video interview.
THOR 4 - From ETOnline: Tessa Thompson ("Valkyrie") says that Christina Bale will play the villain in 2021's "Thor: Love & Thunder."
From CinemaBlend: Vin Diesel says that the "Guardians of the Galaxy" will appear in "Thor: Love & Thunder." Diesel voices the GotG character, "Groot."
FALCON AND WINTER SOLDIER - From Newsarama: "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" star Anthony Mackie says the Disney+ shows are shot completely differently from the Marvel Cinematic Universe films.
HAWKEYE - From BleedingCool: Jeremy Renner talks about working out for the Disney+ "Hawkeye" series. This suggests that the rumors that the series was being cancelled or that Renner was being replaced are not true...
ETERNALS - From Newsarama: Kumail Nanjiani says that the character he plays in Marvel's "The Eternals" is the "biggest Bollywood star."
SHE-HULK - From ComicBook: Mark Ruffalo says that he has had some preliminary talks to reprise his role as Bruce Banner/Hulk in the planned Disney+ series, "She-Hulk."
FALCON & WINTER SOLDIER - From Deadline: Actor Carl Lumbly ("Supergirl") has reportedly joined the cast of Disney+'s "The Falcon & the Winter Soldier."
ETERNALS - From NewNowNext: Actor Haaz Sleiman says that he will be the husband of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's first openly gay superhero in "The Eternals." He says that the film will feature the first "gay kiss."
LOKI - From Variety: The actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw has been cast in Disney+/Marvel Studios' "Loki."
THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER - From Variety: Jennifer Kaytin Robinson is reportedly joining recent Oscar winner, Taika Waititi, to writer "Thor: Love and Thunder."
DOCTOR STRANGE 2 - From Variety: Sam Raimi is in talks to direct "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness." Raimi previously directed Sony's original "Spider-Man" trilogy.
FUTURE - From THR: Including the upcoming "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier," "WandaVision," and "Loki," Disney CEO Bob Iger says that there are seven other Marvel TV series in various stages of development.
DISNEY+ - From Newsarama: There are new synopses for Disney+/Marvel Studios' TV series, "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier," "WandaVision," and "Loki."
BLACK WIDOW - From Newsarama: There are new character posters for "Black Widow," and a new story synopsis.
LOKI - From ComicBook: Actor Owen Wilson has signed on for a major, but unknown role in Disney+/Marvel Studios' "Loki."
CAPTAIN MARVEL - From ShowbizCheatSheet: Rumors suggest that "Captain Marvel" might lead two super-teams.
FALCON AND WINTER SOLDIER - From Deadline: Actor Noah Mills (NBC's "The Enemy Within") is joining "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" in an unnamed role.
FALCON AND WINTER SOLDIER - From GamesRadar: An alleged leaked photo from the set of "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" Disney+ series may include a reference to the world of the "X-Men" comic books.
THE ETERNALS - From GamesRadar: Leaked set photos from "The Eternals" shows what is supposed to be the character, "Ikaris," in flight.
CAPTAIN MARVEL 2 - From THR: A sequel to the billion-dollar film, "Captain Marvel," is apparently in the works. Megan McDonnell, writer of Disney+/Marvel's "WandaVision," is in talks to pen the script.
FUTURE - From GamesRadar: Sir Patrick Stewart, who played Professor X in several of Fox's "X-Men" movies, says that he has he recently met with Marvel Studios president, Kevin Feige, to "talk shop." Stewart said that Professor X came up in the conversation, but also said that he is through with the character.
FALCON AND WINTER SOLIDER - From TheWrap: Here is a first look at actor Wyatt Russell as "John Walker/U.S. Agent" in "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier."
RED SKULL - From YahooMoviesUK: Hugo Weaving said that he did not reprise his role as "the Red Skull" in "Avengers: Endgame" because Marvel was impossible to deal with.
DOCTOR STRANGE 2 - From Newsarama: The film industry site, "Backsgate," may have the synopsis for "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
BLACK WIDOW - From Newsarama: There is a video "featurette" that delves into Black Widow's history.
ETERNALS - From Newsarama: A new synopsis of Marvel's "The Eternals" reveals story details. The film also ties into "Avengers: Endgame" and seems to borrow plot elements from Neil Gaiman's 2008 "Eternals" comic book series.
FALCON & WINTER SOLDIER - From Variety: Production has been delayed on "Falcon & Winter Soldier" due to the Jan. 7th and Jan. 11th earthquakes in Puerto Rico.
KEVIN FEIGE - From ScreenRant: Managing Marvel Comics may prove to be quite a challenge for Marvel Studios' boss, Kevin Feige.
SHANG-CHI - From Newsarama: Who is Shang-Chi? And what are the "10 rings?"
NEW MUTANTS? - From Newsarama: D23, the official Disney fan club, seems to think that, "The New Mutants," the X-Men film that Disney inherited after buying 20th Century Fox, is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The MCU is comprised of films produced by Marvel Studios.
FRANCHISE - From YahooMovies: Why you'll never see James Dean (or any other dead actor) in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
DOCTOR STRANGE - From Deadline: Director Scott Derrickson has left "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" due to "creative differences." Derrickson directed the 2016 original film.
ABC - From Deadline: The ABC Network is in talks with Marvel Studios' Kevin Feige about Marvel developing a new TV series for the network. The net's long-running "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." is coming to an end.
BLADE - From Newsarama: Stephen Dorff played the villain, "Deacon Frost," in the original "Blade" film from 1998. He said that he wouldn't mind reprising the role in the planned new Blade films starring his pal, Mahershala Ali."
THOR: LOVE & THUNDER - From THR: Oscar-winner Christian Bale ("The Fighter) is in talks to join "Thor: Love & Thunder."
THOR: LOVE & THUNDER - From Gamespot: Director Taika Watiti says that "Thor: Love & Thunder" is scheduled to begin shooting in Australia in August 2020.
SHANG-CHI - From THR: Director Destin Daniel Cretton talks about moving from directing his current drama, "Just Mercy," to his next film, "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings."
THE ETERNALS - From YahooEntertainment: Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige has revealed that Marvel's first transgender character will appear in "The Eternals," which is due November 2020.
WANDAVISION - From Newsarama: Disney has moved the release date for the Disney+/Marvel Studios' series, "WandaVision" to 2020 from 2021.
DOCTOR STRANGE 2 - From Collider: Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige says that "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" is not "exactly a horror movie," although it will have scary scenes.
Click here for the 2019 edition of "Marvel Studios Negromancer Link-o-Rama 2019.
Click here for the 2018 edition of "Marvel Studios Negromancer Link-o-Rama 2019.