The Marvels is now available for fans to purchase on Digital with the 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD releases coming on February 13. What I wrote for the theatrical release in November: After a number of films and series led to franchise fatigue for Marvel’s audience, The Marvels have managed to save the MCU. There is only a single mid-credit scene. You’re welcome to stay through the rest of the credits but there are…"The Marvels Arrives on Digital, Physical Media Still To Come"
After a number of films and series led to franchise fatigue for Marvel’s audience, The Marvels have managed to save the MCU. There is only a single mid-credit scene. You’re welcome to stay through the rest of the credits but there are no post-credit scenes. What I will say about this scene is that it made me very happy. The 33rd Marvel film (really?!?) shows that Kevin Feige and company know exactly what they’re doing…"The Marvels Saved the MCU"
Marvel Studios premiered the teaser trailer for The Marvels on Good Morning America ahead of the sequel’s November 10 release. Upon first glance, The Marvels looks to be going for more comedy in the teaser. After all, you have a trio of super-powered individuals that are frequently switching places with each other. Along with 2019’s Captain Marvel, it will also help to watch both WandaVision and Ms. Marvel going into the film. In any event,…"The Marvels Gets Teaser Trailer, Going For Comedy"
Marvel launches their next superhero, Ms. Marvel, in their newest Disney+ series and if the first two episodes are any indication, it’s sure to be a hit. Wednesdays are certainly going to be very busy for three weeks in June. The first three episodes will launch at the same time as Obi-Wan Kenobi is finishing off the second half of its run. Once we get past June 22, Ms. Marvel should have the attention on…"Ms. Marvel Launches Another Superhero"