Disney+ Announces New Show Called Marvel’s Storyboards, Amazon Plans Jack Reacher Series, and more!

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Disney+ Announces New Show Called Marvel’s Storyboards

Disney has announced a new series for Disney+. The series, called Marvel’s Storyboards, will follow Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada, as he meets with actors, writers, and storytellers across the world. Marvel’s Storyboards will premiere on November 12th on Disney+.

Amazon Plans Jack Reacher Series

Amazon is planning to develop a new Jack Reacher series. Nick Santora, creator of the “Scorpion” series, will write, showrun, and executive produce the show.. There is no further news about Amazon’s Jack Reacher series at this time.

John Krasinski Begins Filming A Quiet Place 2

John Krasinski has begun filming A Quiet Place 2. He posted a picture on his official twitter of his director’s board with a hashtag Part II. A Quiet Place 2 will sneak into theaters on May 15th, 2020.

IGN Releases Exclusive Batman: Hush Clip

IGN released an exclusive clip from the upcoming movie Batman: Hush, based on the popular graphic novel of the same name. The clip shows a fierce showdown between Batman and a raging mind-altered Bane. Batman: Hush will be released on July 20th, 2019.

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