Her cosplay is fire – meet star cosplayer Ødfel

Editor’s Note: Reel 360 has always been dedicated to and inspired by creators. From filmmakers to advertising creatives to writers to musicians to producers to editors and more, we celebrate great work. Period. Given what has happened this year with the pandemic, so much artistic work has gone unnoticed or shelved. One expression we have … Continue reading “Her cosplay is fire – meet star cosplayer Ødfel”

Cosplay costumes that look ripped from the comics

Who doesn’t love Cosplay? Due to the ongoing pandemic, many of the talented cosplayers who make a habit (and a career) out of attending San Diego Comic Con, Wizard World, etc., like the rest of us, have been relegated to their homes. So, The Reel 360 Team thought we would collect some of the outfits … Continue reading “Cosplay costumes that look ripped from the comics”

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”

‘Falcon,’ ‘Loki,’ ‘Hawkeye’ prep for production in ATL

Some good news for those Marvel fans thirsty for adventure. The highly-anticipated The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, which was supposed to debut on Disney+ this month, is preparing to return to production. The same for other Marvel limited series, Loki and Hawkeye. All production was shut down in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. … Continue reading “‘Falcon,’ ‘Loki,’ ‘Hawkeye’ prep for production in ATL”

Universal gives ‘Candyman’ the hook until September

Due to the global health crisis at hand, most U.S. theaters are expected to remain closed through most of the summer, Universal Pictures, which has already pushed the latest entries in the F9 and the Minions franchises back to 2021, has decided to push back their upcoming Candyman sequel/reboot from June 12 to September 25. The decision comes just a … Continue reading “Universal gives ‘Candyman’ the hook until September”

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”

‘Candyman’ wants you to be his victim in first trailer

Let’s just cut (pun intended) to the chase. This trailer is scary AF. Yes. Yes it is. Universal Pictures has debuted the first official trailer for Nia DaCosta’s upcoming horror remake/spiritual sequel Candyman, which will star Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Watchmen; Aquaman), Teyonah Parris (WandaVision; Empire), Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (Dracula; The Kid Who Would Be King) and Colman Domingo (Fear the … Continue reading “‘Candyman’ wants you to be his victim in first trailer”

MIFF’s Duffy produces ‘More than a Cowboy’ on Amazon

In just under three weeks, 36-year-old MMA fighter Donald Cerrone will go into the Octagon for the UFC welterweight match of his career. On January 18 in Las Vegas, Cerrone, better known as “Cowboy,” will go up against Conor McGregor. This is the kind of fight where legends are born. What’s at stake for Cerrone, … Continue reading “MIFF’s Duffy produces ‘More than a Cowboy’ on Amazon”

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”

Jade Bartlett to write next ‘Doctor Strange’ film

WGA West screenwriter Jade Bartlett will bring her magic to script Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness for Marvel studios. According to Rockstar Film School, details of the film are still under wraps, but during the Marvel presentation at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige said the Doctor Strange sequel will … Continue reading “Jade Bartlett to write next ‘Doctor Strange’ film”

‘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”

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”