The $1 billion international success of Captain Marvel caused a stir in the industry. However, there was anticipation that the squeal of the hit will soon be released in the summer, but it now seems doubtful. Disney reportedly moves ‘The Marvels’ out of summer.
The Marvels, starring Brie Larson, will now premiere on November 10 instead of the original date of July 28. The Haunted Mansion from a theme park will move from August 11 to July 28 in a coordinated transfer.
The Marvels is produced by Candyman director Nia DaCosta and also features Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau, the adult Monica Rambeau from Captain Marvel. With WandaVision, which included The Marvels author Megan McDonnell among its writers, the actor made her Marvel debut.
It also features Iman Vellani, who recently gained notoriety as Ms. Marvel’s Kamala Khan, and it tells a tale in which each time these three heroes utilize their superpowers, they switch places. The idea was hinted at in the Ms. Marvel conclusion, which included a guest appearance by Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel.
Disney CEO Bob Iger announced the move at the same time as saying the company will concentrate on better curating brands like Marvel, Star Wars, and Pixar. He also stated that they will curb spending that had risen during the epidemic when Disney and other businesses spent freely on streaming content.
After releasing a record-breaking 18 projects across TV and the big screen in 2021 and 2022, Marvel will slow down and space out its Disney+ TV output. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which was just released by Marvel Studios, is expected to have a successful opening weekend after earning $17.5 million on Thursday in previews.
The movie, which stars Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly and is the 31st cinematic release from Marvel Studios, was made by Peyton Reed. Kang, the villain played by Jonathan Majors, is also made his big-screen debut. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 from Marvel is scheduled for release on May 5. Loki season 2 and Samuel L. Jackson’s Secret Invasion are anticipated to launch this year on television.
The film Haunted Mansion, which was directed by Dear White People creator Justin Simien, stars Rosario Dawson, LaKeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, Owen Wilson, and Dany DeVito. A mother and her son find a mansion that is more than it appears in the project’s focal point. Along the way, they encounter strange people who hold the key to solving a mystery. For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.
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