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We've heard a few actresses throw their hats in the ring to play Storm in the Marvel Cinematic Universe at this stage, but Janelle Monáe might be in with more of a chance after speaking to Black Panther director Ryan Coogler about a possible role in the upcoming sequel. During an interview with Empire, the multi-talented Antebellum star revealed that Coogler, Lupita Nyong’o, Chadwick Boseman and Michael B.

Whenever The Falcon and the Winter Soldier ends up debuting on Disney+, series star Anthony Mackie says fans will be treated to a show that feels like a six-hour Marvel movie. Although that speaks to the quality of the production matching what is usually seen on the big screen, Mackie also thinks Marvel productions could use some improvement when it comes to diversity behind the scenes. Our first official look at footage from Marvel’s upcoming Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier feels like it arrived ages ago, but it was just back in February during the Super Bowl.

Chiwetel Ejiofor Confirms Baron Mordo Return In DOCTOR STRANGE 2; Excited To Work With Sam Raimi Even though it was always somewhat assumed that Academy Award-nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave; The Lion King) would reprise his role as Baron Mordo in Marvel Studios' upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Eijofor himself has now confirmed to ScreenRant that he will indeed be back for the 2022 Strange sequel.  However, he's not entirely sure when production will begin due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but he sounded pretty optimistic that they'll be able to get cameras rolling sooner rather than later. "We're hoping to start pretty soon is

‘Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga’ Review: Rachel McAdams is a Star in a Pitchy Eurovision Spoof America is no stranger to the outsized singing contest. We’re a country that made American Idol the top-rated show for years and we can thank The X-Factor for creating beloved boy bands like One Direction. Glee and Pitch Perfect were bonafide cultural phenomenons.

A rumor that Beyonce had signed a massive $100 million deal with Disney and was set to be involved in Marvel's Black Panther 2 in some capacity did the rounds earlier today, but this has now been debunked. Variety's Matt Donnelly shared an update via Twitter, shooting down The Sun's report that The Queen had entered into any kind of deal with the House of Mouse, and refuting the claim that she'd been asked to contribute to the Black Panther sequel's soundtrack. However, the trade's Senior Film Writer does mention that Beyonce will likely work with Disney again at

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