EXCLUSIVE FROM HOLLYWOODREPORTER.COM
Marvel Studios has shaken up its Armor Wars project, and now what was to have been a series for Disney+ will be redeveloped as a feature film.
The move essentially pushes back the title further down the development slate.
Sources say the studio was committed to getting the story told the right way and in that process realized that a feature was better suited for the project. Like all Marvel movies, it is intended for a theatrical release.
Don Cheadle, who is reprising his longtime Marvel Cinematic Universe role as Colonel James “Rhodey” Rhodes, AKA War Machine, remains on board to star. Yassir Lester, who was acting as head writer on the series, will remain as its feature scribe.
For starters, Ryan Reynolds is very sorry he and the rest of the cast and crew of Marvel Studios' Deadpool 3 had to miss the recent D23 Expo. But, fear not, because they’ve been working very hard on Deadpool 3! However, Reynolds is also fresh out of ideas for the movie and he truly wants this third outing with the merc with a mouth — and Wade Wilson’s first appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe — to be something special. Something fans will remember forever. Something to really make Deadpool stand out among the rest. And…Reynolds has got nothing.
Well, okay, he has one idea: Hugh Jackman, how’d you like to play Wolverine one last time?
As for Jackman's nonchalant answer: "Yeah, sure, Ryan."
DEADPOOL 3 ARRIVES IN THEATERS ON SEPTEMBER 6, 2024.
DC Comics is going all-out to celebrate Harley Quinn's 30th anniversary. In addition to this week's 30th anniversary oversized one-shot, which celebrates Harley's first appearance in Batman: The Animated Series in 1992, the publisher announced further plans to honor the Clown Princess of Crime. This includes news of the newest Harley Quinn creative team, who are set to take over the title beginning with March 2023's Harley Quinn #28. The new book will be written by current Catwoman writer Tini Howard, with art by Batman: Urban Legends' Sweeney Boo. This serves as the first major creative change for Harley in several years, with Stephanie Phillips operating as writer since early 2021 alongside a rotating group of artists.