Spider-Verse Sequel Starts Production, You Should Have Left Gets Digital Release Trailer, and More!
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GOTG Actress Karen Gillan Discusses Nebula’s Future
During a virtual panel for GalaxyCon Live, actress Karen Gillan shared some insights about her character Nebula’s future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
According to the interview, Gillan has been connecting with the character’s reactions to a post-Thanos MCU, and she views the former villain as trying to rebuild her life without her father’s constant abuse. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 does not currently have a release date, but director James Gunn will return to focus on the film once his work with The Suicide Squad is finished.
Sony Officially Begins Production on Spider-Verse 2
First day on the job! pic.twitter.com/qfqcCAi9wF
— Nick Kondo 近藤 (@NickTyson) June 8, 2020
Sony Imageworks lead animator Nick Kondo has tweeted that production on the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel has officially begun as of June 8th.
The tweet simply reads, “First day on the job!” and is accompanied by a 10 second video of the Miles Morales Spider-Man logo flashing through several different art styles. The untitled sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is expected to swing into theaters in 2022.
You Should Have Left- New Trailer and Release Date
Film company Blumhouse has released a new trailer and premiere details for the upcoming psychological horror movie You Should Have Left.
The film, based on a novella of the same name, stars Amanda Seyfried and Kevin Bacon as a couple who book a stay in the Welsh countryside, but they discover that the house knows secrets about their past. Originally intended for theatrical release, You Should Have Left will now be released via video on demand on June 19th by Universal Pictures.
Bungie Debunks Destiny 3 Dreams
This week, game developer Bungie took to Twitch to outline their future plans for the popular online shooter Destiny 2.
In the stream, they announced that there are no current plans to ever develop Destiny 3. Instead, they are planning to regularly update Destiny 2, cycling out older, less active content into a vault that allows them to innovate the game for years to come. Bungie will announce more information about the Destiny Content Vault later this year.
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