Um, no. The contractual obligations means that none of the shows are moving. The characters might though.Ok, with DD's cancellation I'm pretty convinced that none of these shows are actually being 'cancelled' per se. They're going to Disney+, it's just that they can't announce that for now, so the shows are just being cancelled after their most recent or currently in production seasons are released. I'm guessing The Punisher will also be 'cancelled' after season 2, then JJ will be 'cancelled' after season 3, and then they'll announce the move.
Haven't all the cancellations been put as the show not returning 'on Netflix', after all?
Would the contracts bar mentioning the events of the Netflix seasons? If not, then what would they need to change apart from the show titles?
It’s just an adaptation of Infinity War, so not really.
I'm glad I don't know who that is... Won't even look it up.https://mcuexchange.com/jude-laws-captain-marvel-role-has-leaked/
Leaked images of Captain Marvel’s Funko Pops supposedly reveals Jude Law’s character, and it’s not Mar-Vell.
Saw it for the first time (well in its totality, had seen clips before) last month and it's great
How can you not like a movie called Robocop? Even the name just screams “sci-fi action schlock”. Any other director or actor or era and a movie called Robocop would probably be nothing more than that. But when you combine the stoic cool of Peter Weller, Verhoeven’s keen eye for balancing dark satire with gory action, and the fears and concerns of the 1980s, you get a movie that stands the tests of time as one of the gold standards of genre film
I can’t recall if I had ever seen Robocop before or just scenes and moments here and there. But watching it now, I was impressed by how well-paced it was, how efficiently it sets up characters and ties plot threads together. There’s never a dull or wasted moment in Robocop. The characters are established just enough to familiarize and humanize, without slowing down the pace of the story. The villainous aren’t just stereotypical “evil CEO” or “crime boss”, they’re sleazy and confident and memorable, oozing personality.
Thirty years later, and Robocop as a character remains a thrilling presence. It’s Weller’s excellent performance, nailing the feeling of the man in the machine. It’s the carefully-plotted and brutal build-up. It’s the contrast between Murphy the man and Robocop the unstoppable tank of a hero, the balance between Terminator cool - the thermal vision, the precision, the relentless pursuit - with the tragedy and horror of his creation.
Also getting an upgrade: Marvel Studios star Elizabeth Olsen has played Scarlet Witch as a supporting character in four films to date. The character will be a title character for the first time next year with the launch of Vision and the Scarlet Witch, a Disney+ streaming series.