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Everything posted by Horner

  1. I'm expecting them focus on the upcoming movies at SDCC and Disney will make this years D23 a showcase for the streaming service, so Marvel will save their Disney+ stuff for that.
  2. Well he has several tells that give him away even when he's walking on eggshells.
  3. What's even better is he outed himself on that account when trying to post a pic of something and instead posted a direct link into the Google photo album of "shivam pahariya".
  4. Two and a half after it's first trailer. That's gotta be some kind of record for promotional window.
  5. I would tend to think the same. But I could see them giving the go ahead on a limited amount of reshoots designed to wash out any connections to the X-Men that might be in there.
  6. Well there's Daniel K. Isaac from Billions. He's just hair outside of that age range at 30. But yeah it's not a long list. That's a side effect of the lack of prominent Asian actors and actresses in the business in general. Funnily enough (they're both comedians) in response to that story on Twitter, though I wouldn't call either of them semi-famous:
  7. Might they be bumping it because they've decided to allow some amount of reshoots?
  8. I'd say he looks 35ish. It still doesn't make sense to say actor in their 20's and immediately list him.
  9. I did a quick search to see what Conrad Ricamora has been in and if they're looking for an actor in their 20's I'm not sure why he'd be high up on the list. The guy is 40 years old.
  10. Of course. Wasn't suggesting otherwise. But I'm also not running on the assumption that the gay actor cast in the gay character role is necessarily for Hercules either. That's just been speculation up to this point as far as I'm aware.
  11. I guess it would depend on how much they change Starfox, and they're gonna have to, but making your first gay character in the MCU one who was an infamous womanizer from the comics could be problematic. It plays into some old stereotypes.
  12. I wouldn't be surprised to see Marvel go with the Celestials, and by extension the Eternals, as the gateway for mutants in general to enter the MCU.
  13. I don't disagree with needing to bring in new perspectives. The rate that Marvel puts out movies certainly requires it. But it's hard to look at what that group has brought to the MCU and argue that a significant part of the MCU's success hasn't flowed directly out of that combination: Captain America: The First Avenger (M&M as writers) Captain America: The Winter Soldier Captain America: Civil War Avengers: Infinity War And of course Endgame, whose success remains to be seen. I just don't know how you can look at that list and say it's core creatives walking away isn't a big deal.
  14. As of right now nothing for either them or Markus and McFeely. And both duos have formed their own development/production companies within the past couple of years. Everyone talks about the trinity of RDJ-Evans-Hemsworth moving on but those four are at least just as much if not more of a loss to Marvel should they decide to pursue other projects for the foreseeable future.
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