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Marvel Has 20 More Movies Planned After Infinity War

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The MCU has plenty of films in production, Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Avengers 4, and Ant-Man and The Wasp just to name a few. Disney has no plans to ever stop making Marvel Films. Marvel Studio head Kevin Feige spoke about the cinematic universe with Vanity Fair.

“(Marvel is) 22 movies in, and we’ve got another 20 movies on the docket that are completely different from anything that’s come before, intentionally.”

Marvel introducing the Guardians of Galaxy was a rewarding risk for the company and allowed the studio to expand their movies to cosmic adventures. So fans can possibly get more movies with heroes on different planets. The studio even managed to change directions and put Thor in space with Thor: Ragnarok.

Disney’s Bob Eiger tells Vanity Fair that they have the rights to 7,000 characters while noting, “We’re looking for worlds that are completely separate, geographically or in time, from the worlds that we’ve already visited.”

Disney is also in buyout negotiations with 20th Century Fox. This would allow Marvel to reclaim the rights to the X: Men characters and possibly bring back the Fantastic Four. Even though leaving the Fantastic Four on the back burner might not be such a bad idea.

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James Bond Will Stay A Male Character In Future Franchises

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James Bond will always be a man on screen.

Rumors have been swirling on what the next iteration of the character would be after Daniel Craig leaves the role. Reports had Emily Blunt attached in gender swap of the character.

Bond producer Barbara Broccoli put an end to all of those rumors.

“Bond is male. He’s a male character. He was written as a male and I think he’ll probably stay as a male And that’s fine. We don’t have to turn male characters into women. Let’s just create more female characters and make the story fit those female characters.”

Production has been pushed back to March of 2019. The film will now be released on February 14th, 2020.

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Top Gun Sequel Pushed Back A Year

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Tom Cruise’s Top Gun sequel is been officially moved.

Top Gun: Maverick was originally set to hit theaters on July 12, 2019. Now the movie will instead be released on June 26, 2020. Paramount announced move was due to technical issues pushing back production.

This might be a great move for the film to get out the crowded 2019 July slot. Spider-Man: Far from Home will be released on July 5th. Followed by the live action version of Disney’s The Lion King on July 19th.

Director Joesph Kosinski gave some details on what fans can expect for the sequel.

“The navy is very different now than it was in 1986,” said Kosinski. “It’s just a different world now, so you can’t remake the first movie. It has to adapt, [but] I certainly want to re-create the experience of that movie, which gives you a front seat into the world of naval aviation and what it’s like to be in a fighter jet.”

Top Gun: Maverick is scheduled for release on July 12, 2019.

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Kanye West Apologizes For Controversial Slavery Comments

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Months ago, Kanye West set the world on fire with comments that slavery was choice comments in the TMZ office. There was a lot of backlash, when West said the “400 years was choice.”

Though Ye has already apologized for his statements he finally opened up publicly about his thoughts. This morning during an interview with WGCI, a radio network in Chicago and apologized for the comment.

“I have never really approached or addressed the slavery comment fully. This is something about the fact that it hurt people’s feelings and the way that I presented that piece of information. I could present in a way more calm way, but I was ramped up. And I apologize. That happens sometimes when people are—I’m not blaming mental health, but I’m explaining mental health.” Adding, “I don’t know if I properly apologized for how the slavery comment made people feel. I’m sorry for the one-two effect of the MAGA hat into the slave comment, and I’m sorry for people that felt let down by that moment. And I appreciate you giving me the opportunity to talk to you about the way I was thinking and what I was going through.”

Plenty of celebrities were outspoken about the interview. Kobe Bryant spoke with TMZ about West views on slavery.

“I’m sure [I felt] the way everybody else here in this room feels,” Bryant admitted when a student asked about his response to the slavery comment in particular. “‘The hell are you talking about?’ I think that was my reaction as is everybody else’s reaction.”

Bryant continued, “The thing about our country is that you have the right to say whatever it is that you want to say. That’s the beautiful part about living in a democracy. Conversely, you have to take the responses that come after that as well.”

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