Netflix has officially cancelled Daredevil after 3 successful seasons. What does this mean for the 2 Netflix Marvel series’ with upcoming season, and for the the 3 titles now cancelled by Netflix? We have a strong idea.
Today we start a new series on Poor Man’s Spoiler entitled “The Legacy Of.” These articles will take a look at films and TV series that have made in impact in some way. We’ll take a look at the things these series and films have changed, the behind the scenes stories that helped redefine the medium, and the way our culture was influenced by them. We begin with a look at The Nightmare Before Christmas which is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary. Continue reading The Legacy of “Nightmare Before Christmas”
In a move that could either be the beginning of the end of regular cable, or an incredibly stupid plan, Warner Media has announced plans for their own streaming service.
In March of this year Lucasfilm and Disney announced that Director Jon Favreau (Iron Man) would be executive producing the first live-action Star Wars TV show. this week They’ve revealed the title of the show, The Mandalorian, details on the production, and the first photo from the series.
Disney has seen massive success with their live action adaptations of their animated film catalog. The next film in development, Lilo and Stitch.
Last month director James Gunn was fired by Disney over some offensive tweets from roughly ten years ago. Gunn’s firing has brought on tons of commentary on what should and shouldn’t be considered fireable, whether Disney was right to fire him, and who from the Marvel team supports Gunn. We could get into all that, but it’s all speculation. There’s only one thing that we know as of now: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 will not be directed by James Gunn. He had just finished the first draft of the script, which may also be rewritten depending on the direction Disney and Marvel decide to go.
In a shocking development, Director James Gunn has been fired by Marvel and Disney over offensive tweets. Walt Disney Studios Chairman, Alan Horn stated, “The offensive attitudes and statements discovered on James’ Twitter feed are indefensible and inconsistent with our studio’s values, and we have severed our business relationship with him.”