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Rumors swirl about Disney rehiring James Gunn

Variety is reporting some rumors today that they have an inside source on the whole James Gunn issue. Acourding to this source, it’s looking pretty good that James Gunn will be rehired for GOTG Vol3. From Variety: Sources say there has been a growing feeling that Gunn could be reinstated, especially because Marvel and Disney have been unusually radio-silent on who could replace him since the firing. Production is slated to start at the top...

James Gunn was targeted by Alt-Right groups in response to Rosanne firing

Pollitics hit the MCU today, and they hit it HARD. In case you have not heard, James Gunn has officially been fired by Disney and will not lead the way to the Cosmic MCU. …and Disney was wrong to fire him. I’m not defending what he said. Jokes about pedophilia and rape are disgusting. What he tweeted back in 2008 is indefensible. But Disney knew about these tweets before they hired him to direct GOTG, he...

Star Wars Clone Wars Returns to Disney’s Streaming Service

To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Clone Wars animated series, Disney announced yesterday at San Diego Comic Con that the show will return for a twelve episode seventh season in 2019 on Disney’s new streaming platform. This is great news for fans of the show which received an abrupt cancellation from the Cartoon Network in 2014. It’s always been speculated that series creator and director Dave Filoni had an additional three seasons that he...

Disney Puts New Star Wars Stories on Hold

Ugh. It happened. We knew it would happen. We didn’t want it to happen but it did. Collider reported earlier that Disney has pulled the plug on any new Star Wars anthology stories for the foreseeable future. This is due primarily to the lackluster box office success of the much anticipated Solo: A Star Wars Story. When compared to it’s sister spin-off Rouge One, Solo opened to $84.4M and by week for grossed $192.8M while...

Disney ups bid to buy Fox – Will Comcast bid higher?

Fox accepts Disney’s newest bid, $71.3 Billion.   Last week Marvel fans where dealt some bad news when it was announced that Comcast outbid Disney’s previous offer to buy 21 Century Fox’s media empire. Today Disney got super aggressive and Fox accepted their bid of $45 per share, upping the total buy out value to over $85 billion with Disney assuming $13.5 billion of Fox’s debt. If this passes the regulatory hurtles it has in...

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