While everyone is busy getting hyped for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier this March, Marvel Studios is hard at work with several other shows,
COVID-19 may still be here, but some movie productions are getting back on their feet with extensive safety measures. One series that has started rolling
Clint Barton may not be getting his own movie like Black Widow, but he is set to star in his own series on Disney+. Hawkeye
Florence Pugh was set to make her Marvel debut back in May, but the pandemic had forced Black Widow to be delayed until next year.
Though there was a lot of hype surrounding the release of Square Enix’s Avengers: A-Day, the release of the game was not met with great
Though Hawkeye won’t ever get his own solo movie like Black Widow, he has been given his own series with Disney+. We know that the
Though he was an original Avenger, Hawkeye was never able to get his own movie, but Disney is throwing Clint Barton a bone with his
No matter how many times the Marvel series would reference the films, there has always been a clear separation between both properties—with the difference being
We know that Kate Bishop is going to make her MCU debut soon with Disney+’s Hawkeye series, but we had no idea that she would
While Disney+’s Star Wars shows are going as scheduled, a lot of people are waiting on Marvel’s miniseries like The Falcon and The Winter Soldier
Though Square Enix’s Avengers lets you play most of the core Avengers team from Captain America to the Hulk, one hero that surprisingly absent from
Though Disney+ is giving Hawkeye his own series, the show won’t be solely centered on Clint Barton, but rather his protégé Kate Bishop. Rumors have
Hawkeye actor Jeremy Renner had found himself in the middle of controversy over the past few weeks after his messy divorce has led to his
Bumblebee’s Hailee Steinfeld pretty much cemented her role in the Marvel fandom by voicing Spider-Gwen in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, but it looks like the
Everyone thought that Ron Perlman was perfectly cast as Hellboy, and a lot of the hate that went toward the reboot was because they didn’t
Endgame has an amazing slow burn, because that when THAT moment (and there are a couple of those) happens, everyone in the audience will immediately transport back to that age when they read their first Marvel comic or saw their first Marvel film/TV show, screaming with childlike glee cheering on the heroes and booing the villains.
After four movies, we want Hawkeye to headline his own Netflix show.