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The mid-credits scene for Spider-Man: Far From Home drops a pretty big bombshell on your friendly neighborhood wallcrawler. Spidey Tom Holland saved the day and was forced to kill Mysterio Jake Gyllenhaal in order to destroy all the drones he was using to make himself look like a superhero from another dimension. But TheDailyBugle.net heard a different story, and they put it out into the world without hesitation, broadcasting across screens all over New York City. And now you can watch the full Spider-Man: Far From Home Daily Bugle news report in its entirety online.Spider-Man: Far From Home Daily Bugle News Report
Because this report appears in the-mid-credits scene of Spider-Man: Far From Home, we don’t get to see the full video of J. Jonah Jameson J.K. Simmons reprising his role from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man film series calling out Spider-Man, revealing his true identity, and turning him into the menace that he’s been ranting about all these years.
This will undoubtedly be a big part of the story in Spider-Man 3, and it’s likely why Sony Pictures and The Walt Disney Company/Marvel Studios quickly struck a new deal to share the rights to the webslinger for a new movie and another appearance somewhere in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Kevin Feige likely wants to finish this arc that they started before Sony takes Spider-Man and lets him play with Venom, Morbius the Living Vampire and whatever other Spider-Verse kind of stuff they’re cooking up.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is currently available on digital, 4K Ultra HD, and Blu-ray/DVD with all these bonus features:
Bonus Materials Include:New Original Short, Peter’s To–Do List: Peter has a few errands to run before he can leave on his class trip. Teachers’ Travel Tips: Mr. Harrington & Mr. Dell present a few tips on how to traverse the European continent. Stepping Up: Explore how Spider-Man was introduced in the MCU, the ways Tom Holland transformed the character of Peter Parker, and what the future holds for Spider-Man. Suit Up: The suit doesn’t make the hero – but it does play a big role in who they are and who they can become. This piece examines all of Peter’s different suits in the movie, and with behind the scenes footage, we see why some suits are better than others. Far, FAR, Far from Home: The film’s illustrious locations serve story points and establish tone, but they’re also amazing to travel to! Hear from the cast on their experiences filming on-location. It Takes Two: A special look at the chemistry between Jon Watts and Tom Holland. Fury & Hill: MCU stalwarts Cobie Smulders and Samuel L. Jackson are back as Agent Maria Hill & Nick Fury! The Ginter-Riva Effect: A look at the villain sub-plot and how William Ginter-Riva ties Spider-Man: Far From Home all the way back to the...
Brie Larson has shared her first screen test photos from Captain Marvel. The actress has been on a bit of a social media roll over the past few months. Images of her subbing for Jimmy Kimmel and pretending to choke out her DC rival Gal Gadot at the Academy Awards have all gone viral. The Carol Danvers actress has a good time on social media and has no problem sharing that aspect of her life with her devoted fans.
It's unclear when the images of Brie Larson as Captain Marvel were taken, though it looks like the Atlanta set of Infinity War, which would make sense. The photos appear to have been taken on the Vormir set, though that has not been confirmed at this time. The Carol Danvers movie was still well over a year from hitting theaters when these shots were taken. Larson had this to say about that day.googletag.cmd.pushfunction ; 'Photos from my first camera test in full costume. We were still figuring out what her signature moves would be, and I was still learning how to move in a leather wetsuit. Good times.' While these are the first test photos, Brie Larson looks more than comfortable taking on the role of Captain Marvel. Back before the production started, Larson would show off her workout routine on social media, which revealed just how much hard work she had to put into the role physically. Additionally, she also gave fans a look at her Air Force training at the same time. Throughout her time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the actress has given her fans an inside look at what it's like to be wrapped up in that experience.
The test images are great, but MCU fans are dying to know about Captain Marvel 2 and when that production will begin. We all know it's on the way, but the details are being kept under wraps because that's what Marvel Studios does best. For now, fans can only speculate about who will be involved in the sequel and who will end up being the main villain. However, don't expect to see Henry Cavill as Wolverine in the highly anticipated sequel. That particular rumor started to spread last week and has apparently been officially debunked.
Carol Danvers was first teased at the very end of Infinity War when Nick Fury pulled out the old pager to contact her. He turned to dust, but not before sending the message out to Danvers. The pager was later explained in Captain Marvel and was then the key that brought Danvers together with Earth's Mightiest Heroes in Avengers: Endgame. As for where the character will be going next, that's a big question mark at the moment. Hopefully we'll get some teases in the few months. You can check out the first Captain Marvel screen test photos below, thanks to Brie Larson's Instagram account.
Yet another major production has reportedly been put on hold for the time being. The currently untitled Spider-Man 3, which will see Tom Holland return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe following last summer's Far From Home, is rumored to hit the pause button. It joins other major comic book movies such as The Batman and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings as big 2021 releases that have been affected by the shutdown brought on by current events.
According to a new report that is going over the wide-ranging implications of the Hollywood shutdown, it was revealed that Spider-Man 3 has also been put on hold for the time being. The plan had been to begin filming in July, which means Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios were undoubtedly in pre-production before the things escalated to where they are now. There is no word currently on how long the delay is expected to last, but the situation has been evolving rapidly and has proved to be unpredictable.
With movie theaters shut down all around the world and with productions on pause on both the TV and movie side of things, the entertainment industry is bleeding cash right now. A number of high-profile releases have had their release dates pushed back, including Mulan, Black Widow, F9, A Quiet Place: Part II and No Time to Die, amongst others. Sony recently pushed most of its major releases for the year, including Ghostbusters: Afterlife and Morbius, to 2021, with Venom 2 being a notable exception. For now at least. Tom Holland's schedule could become an issue as the Uncharted movie was recently pushed back as well.
Plot details are largely being kept under wraps for Spider-Man 3 at this time. Jon Watts, who directed both Homecoming and Far From Home, is set to return to round out the trilogy. Tom Holland will be back as Peter Parker, with Zendaya also returning as MJ. We know for sure it will be picking up with the major cliffhanger we were left with at the end of Far From Home, which saw Mysterio revealing Spider-Man's identity to the world, while also framing him for murder. There is no word yet on who may be the main villain. Chris McKenna penned the screenplay.
The difference with this delay is that the MCU is dependent on the release order. The movies all tie in with one another, to varying degrees. Depending on how this all shakes out, it could end up meaning larger changes for the larger MCU plans, especially with shows like The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and WandaVision also on the way. Fortunately, for now, Black Widow is the only movie that has had its release date pushed back. That shouldn't complicate things too much, especially since it's a prequel. As it stands, Spider-Man 3 is set to arrive in theaters on July 16, 2021. We'll be sure to keep you posted as the situation develops. This news comes to us vi Sight and Sound Magazine.
Television in the time of coronavirus is going to start to look drastically different. While many TV and film productions across the world have shut down out of abundance of caution for the spreading coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, some shows have forged ahead. Most of those ongoing productions are animated shows, with most of the moving parts of animated series voice acting, animation, etc. allowing staff and actors to complete their work virtually.
But live-action TV and movies are a different story, with actors and crew only able to shoot in close quarters for extended periods of time. However, the CBS drama All Rise is finding a way to navigate around that, with a virtually produced episode that will be shot entirely from home. The episode will, fittingly, be about coronavirus.
Deadline reports that the CBS legal drama All Rise, which is produced by Warner Bros. TV and CBS TV Studios, is returning to production with an episode that is being written and filmed extensively over FaceTime, Zoom, and other virtual technologies. The episode will be influenced by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and will focus on the effects of social distancing on the criminal justice system, as well as the characters’ personal lives.
The episode is currently written and will be shot by the cast and crew over FaceTime, Zoom, WebEx, and available social media and online technology. Virtual footage will be shot in each of the series regular’s homes, with producers planning to use VFX to create the backgrounds. A cinematographer operating solo from a vehicle will also capture exterior footage of the empty streets and neighborhoods of Los Angeles amid the coronavirus pandemic. Executive producer Michael Robin will direct the episode.
“It’s a unique chance for our All Rise family to band together – in our different homes, even cities – to tell a story about resilience, justice and the power of community,” executive producer Greg Spottiswood said.
Here is the synopsis of the episode:
In the episode, after debating the merits of continuing their work during this time, Judge Benner Marg Helgenberger authorizes Lola to preside over a virtual trial that involves a dispute between brothers and a stolen car. Emily Jessica Camacho represents the defendant, a graffiti artist, and Mark Wilson Bethel prosecutes for the D.A.’s office, marking the first time he tries a case in Lola’s “court.” Also, Mark and Quinn Lindsey Gort continue to explore their romantic and sexual relationship while quarantined in separate homes; Judge Benner oversees court from afar and struggles to learn how to cook; and Sara Lindsay Mendez has to balance her day job with a new side hustle as a food delivery driver. Luke J. Alex Brinson and Emily’s relationship is taxed by separation, and germaphobe...