Marvel: Assembles with Hyundai for campaign

Hyundai and Marvel Studios have “assembled” to launch the next big phase of Hyundai’s “Question Everything” marketing blitz. This first-ever co-branded creative campaign introduces the all-new 2022 Tucson in exciting new spots featuring Marvel characters from four different Disney+ series. Hell to the yeah. The custom creative developed and produced by Marvel Studios brings adventure, mischief, and magic … Continue reading “Marvel: Assembles with Hyundai for campaign”

Loki declares Wednesdays the new Fridays

Ain’t that just like the God of Mischief to mess around with our streaming days. If you have watched Marvel’s WandaVision and The Falcon and The Winter Soldier on Disney+, you are pretty aware new episodes premiere on Friday. That apparently just won’t work for Tom Hiddleston’s Loki. Thor’s brother is now set to debut on … Continue reading “Loki declares Wednesdays the new Fridays”

Captain America 4 confirmed by Marvel

After watching the transition of Anthony Mackie’s Sam Wilson from The Falcon into Captain America, the Reel 360 team is salivating at the thought of a big screen adventure of Sam and Sebastian Stan’s Bucky Barnes (aka The Winter Soldier). Over the last six weeks they made The Falcon and The Winter Soldier feel like … Continue reading “Captain America 4 confirmed by Marvel”

Marvel teases a new Cap in final trailer for TFATWS

Tonight at midnight, Disney+ will unload on us the final episode of the thrilling The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. And as expected, it’s filled with action and emotion as Sam (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky’s (Sebastian Stan) first journey together comes to an end. Most of the footage is from earlier episodes, the final shot … Continue reading “Marvel teases a new Cap in final trailer for TFATWS”

‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ to premiere March 18

Here we go. HBO Max has announced that the long awaited Zack Snyder’s Justice League will premiere Thursday, March 18 on HBO Max. The release of the film will be supported across WarnerMedia and DC platforms, including a soundtrack release on WaterTower Music, a curated collection from Warner Bros. Consumer Products available exclusively at DC … Continue reading “‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ to premiere March 18”

Reel 360’s Last-Minute Holiday Gift Guide

Happy Hanukkah! And we are just around the corner from Christmas and Kwanza, so it’s that time of the year to offer up the Reel 360 / Reel Chicago Ultimate Holiday Gift Guide. To make your last minute holiday gift buying just a l’il bit easier, we’ve compiled an extensive list – and believe us … Continue reading “Reel 360’s Last-Minute Holiday Gift Guide”

Sam Jackson to reprise Nick Fury in Disney+ series

Disney+ may soon have to change its name to Disney+Marvel. The streamer announced what will be its ninth series from the studio that has given us The Avengers. Samuel L. Jackson is confirmed to reprise his role as S.H.I.E.L.D head honcho Nick Fury in an upcoming series. According to Variety , Jackson who first appeared … Continue reading “Sam Jackson to reprise Nick Fury in Disney+ series”

Prague reopens for U.S. productions

The Czech Republic and Prague have created new production guidelines in light of the COVID-19 global pandemic, allowing productions to return including Disney+’s The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. If you remember, production was forced to halt earlier this year due to the scare. The new regulations were drawn up by the Czech Audiovisual Producers’ Association … Continue reading “Prague reopens for U.S. productions”

Marvel Studios reportedly releases crews as of April 3

Hopefully, this chatter will turn out to be false, but right now there is talk making the rounds that Marvel Studios is shutting down production and releasing the crews associated with each project due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The studio has already paused production on the feature, Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten … Continue reading “Marvel Studios reportedly releases crews as of April 3”

Marvel Studios announces ‘Phase Four’ slate

What many would call, “The Main Event” of Comic-Con finally happened. Marvel Studios’ head honcho, Kevin Feige, took the stage at massive Hall H, stood before a salivating packed house of fans and announced most of Marvel’s ‘Phase Four’ films. From the crowd’s reaction, Feige did not disappoint. He also had a few bombshells. ‘Phase … Continue reading “Marvel Studios announces ‘Phase Four’ slate”

Black Widow: The perfect feminism we need right now

Warning: Spoilers Black Widow is the perfect amount of feminism we need right now. The movie is almost exclusively female-driven, with only three male characters, two total goofballs, and the other, the evil villain. The Marvel movie begins with a young Natasha Romanov (Scarlett Johansson) in deep cover with three other operatives in Ohio in … Continue reading “Black Widow: The perfect feminism we need right now”

LOKI: A look at the series premiere

Since Falcon and the Winter Soldier ended in April, we have been experiencing a real MCU void on Disney+, but on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, we were gifted with the first episode of Tom Hiddleston’s new Loki series where each week we will be entertained by the shenanigans of the genderfluid God of Mischief.  The … Continue reading “LOKI: A look at the series premiere”

Sebastian Stan, Denise Gough love on Monday

Two broken people trying to heal each other is the kind of love story we relish in and suffer through in the new film, Monday. The premise of the independent feature can only be compared to a convertible car on fire on an ethereal island and you can’t help but enjoy the view as it … Continue reading “Sebastian Stan, Denise Gough love on Monday”

Making “Herstory” while making ‘Raya’

The warrior at the center of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ latest film, Raya and the Last Dragon, is brave and resilient; Sisu, the titular dragon of legend, is also a bold hero in her own right, filled with optimism, hope and a disarming sense of humor. These strong women have been brought to life in the … Continue reading “Making “Herstory” while making ‘Raya’”

‘The Batman’ to resume production in September

The UK has been one of the hardest-hit countries during the COVID-19 pandemic, with over 44,000 deaths reported. But with daily new cases falling, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made plans to steadily reopen businesses, with pubs, restaurants and movie theaters reopening on Saturday. The Batman and Mission Impossible 7 will be two of the … Continue reading “‘The Batman’ to resume production in September”

Florence Pugh, Lulu Wang, John David Washington among Academy invites

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is extending invitations to join the organization to 819 artists and executives who have distinguished themselves by their contributions to theatrical motion pictures.  The 2020 class is 45% women, 36% underrepresented ethnic/racial communities, and 49% international from 68 countries.  There are 75 Oscar® nominees, including 15 winners, and … Continue reading “Florence Pugh, Lulu Wang, John David Washington among Academy invites”

Marvel TV loses powers, folded into Marvel Studios

When it’s all said and done, Marvel Television, the small-screen division run by Jeph Loeb, felt the snap of Kevin Feige’s powerful fingers. No Infinity Glove needed. The division is reportedly, according to multiple outlets, shutting down. For some time, the speculation among industry insiders was that the unit was moving toward irrelevancy, given Kevin … Continue reading “Marvel TV loses powers, folded into Marvel Studios”

‘Black Panther II’ set for May 2022 release

While Marvel Studios sorts out the Spider-man debacle between it and Sony, the production company still has lots of big news to announce at D23, being held this weekend in Anaheim. This time it was director Ryan Coogler who got to drop the news. Black Panther II, the sequel to the 2018 cultural phenomenon, will … Continue reading “‘Black Panther II’ set for May 2022 release”