Marvel just released an extremely intriguing cast list for Disney+'s animated What If…?

Among all the shows announced for Marvel’s upcoming slate of Disney+ programs, the clear outlier has been What If…?, an animated adaptation of the company’s long-running and beloved series of comic book hypotheticals. Marvel Studios shed a little light on the show’s mystery today, in ways that are intriguing both in…

Black Widow finally gets a release date, Comic-Con footage, confirmation that it actually exists

Given the weird transitional place it currently finds itself in, Marvel’s big presentation in Hall H at Comic-Con tonight was pretty light on video footage to show off to the happily baying crowds. (On account of, y’know, pretty much none of it having been shot yet.) Still, attendees in the Hall didn’t go home…

The Doctor Strange sequel is called Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, and that's amazing

The MCU has been flirting with the idea of a multi-verse for a while now—most notably in the recent Spider-Man: Far From Home, but also courtesy of all the time travel and quantum realm nonsense popping up in the last few Avengers films. Now, it looks like the ol’ 616 is finally ready to stretch its legs and explore…

Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings to show Marvel fans the real Mandarin, at last

One of the best bait-and-switches in the entire first decade of the MCU was the trick pulled in Iron Man 3, when Ben Kingsley—supposedly credited as classic Iron Man villain The Mandarin, wielder of magical rings and some pretty hoary old stereotypes—was revealed to just be an actor distracting Tony Stark from the…

Live Nation cops to working with a Metallica "ticketing consultant" to sell directly to resellers

There are few places on this planet that play better host to the glorious harmony between fandom, capitalism, and pure, unmitigated greed than the world of concert tickets, rife as it is with ticket resellers, middlemen, and all flavors of juicy, juicy fees. Live Nation, one of the biggest ticket sellers on the…

Jameela Jamil's new game show feels kind of like scrolling through the world's crappiest Twitter feed

Suggesting something designed for people whose daily Twitter dives are way less automatically traumatic than ours, TBS released a trailer for its new game show The Misery Index tonight, inviting us all to contemplate the worst shit imaginable (that isn’t modern-day American politics). Hosted by The Good Place’s…

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