Recently, James Gunn revealed in a Twitter discussion with his fans that he’s very interested in developing a Moon Knight movie for Marvel. Responding to a fan asking whether or not the character would make an appearance during Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (since the character has the word “Moon” in his name), Gunn stated:

Gunn later revealed more information in a separate response to another fan, stating that he had already spoken with (as of yet unnamed) individuals at Marvel about his ideas, but couldn’t go forward with them due to a full schedule.

Although we won’t be getting a James Gunn led Moon Knight movie anytime soon, we can at least take comfort in the fact that discussions regarding the character’s appearances in other media are taking place at Marvel. Personally, I’d hope that he’d follow the Defenders and get a show on Netflix, as previously stated in rumors regarding future MCU projects, but only time will tell whether or not Marvel will go that route.

Moon Knight, a former mercenary turned schizophrenic superhero after becoming the avatar of the Egyptian moon god Khonshu, and oftentimes described as “Marvel’s Batman”, was created by Doug Moench and Don Perlin in Werewolf by Night #32.

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Much like Goldar and the Megazord, it looks like toy merchandising has revealed more character designs from the upcoming Power Rangers film. First seen on the Toys R Us website (being sold for $14.99), we’ve gotten our first ever look at Rita Repulsa’s henchmen, the Putty Patrollers, in all their lumpy, Clayface-esque glory. You can check out the new design for the formerly bumbling villains via the slideshow below.

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While the other redesigns (Goldar’s especially) may not have been exactly what fans were hoping for, at least the Putties look much better than they did in the original television show. Here, they look tough and actually resemble their namesake, as opposed to the grey bodysuit and lumpy mask wearing original version.

Power Rangers will arrive in theaters on March 24, 2017.

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Today, 20th Century Fox released a brand new site for their upcoming 2017 film Logan, titled 1974 Frames of Logan. Fans heading over to the site are prompted to enter their mailing and email addresses in order to receive a limited-edition postcard featuring a single, unique frame from the last Logan trailer.

The site also asks fans who receive one of the custom postcards to share it online using the hashtag “#OneLastTime”. There’s only 1,974 frames (a reference to Wolverine’s first appearance in Incredible Hulk #180-#181, which was first released in 1974), so head over to 1974 Frames of Logan and sign up today before they’re gone!

Logan will arrive in theaters on March 3, 2017.

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UPDATE: Since this story was first reported, both Ryan Reynolds and director James Mangold have revealed on Twitter that the rumor is indeed false. You can read their tweets below.

The original story is as follows.

It’s been reported earlier today by TheWrap that Deadpool may appear in a cameo role in 20th Century Fox’s upcoming superhero film, Logan.

According to their (unnamed) inside source, actor Ryan Reynolds recently shot a scene as Wade Wilson/Deadpool, and that the scene will most likely be added to the finished film as a fun post-credit scene. TheWrap also claims that Deadpool 2 director David Leitch was involved in the shoot, acting as director for the scene.

Logan will arrive in theaters on March 3, 2017.

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A brand new commercial for Powers Rangers toys has recently emerged online, after being uploaded to the Neo-Saban Power Rangers YouTube channel, that features our first look at the upcoming film’s take on the villain Goldar. While the look certainly is a departure from the original look of the 1990s television show, it does explain (slightly) the leaked plot elements concerning Rita needing to find golden fragments in order to bring Goldar back to life. Check out the commercial via the video below.

Its also been revealed (via IGN) that BOOM! Studios, the current publishers of the ongoing Mighty Morphin Power Rangers comic books, will be releasing a follow-up graphic novel titled Power Rangers: Aftershock, the week after the film is released to theaters. While it has been confirmed that the story will take place immediately after the events of the film, no other details have been announced at this time. IGN also revealed two new covers for the graphic novel, both of which you can check out below. According to the article, the first cover “can be pre-ordered and purchased wherever books are sold,” while the illustrated cover “can only be pre-ordered and purchased through comic book shops.”

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A few months ago, on October 21, the United Nations named Diana Prince, aka Wonder Woman, Honorary Ambassador for the Empowerment of Women and Girls in a ceremony that also included Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot. After a petition against swearing in the character picked up thousands of signatures, citing reasons like her being a “large-breasted white woman of impossible proportions, scantily clad in a shimmery, thigh-baring body suit with an American flag motif and knee-high boots,” the U.N. dropped the campaign.

Speaking with TIME in an article discussing the history of the Wonder Woman character, Gadot reacted to the controversy surrounding the U.N., stating:

“There are so many horrible things that are going on in the world, and this is what you’re protesting, seriously?”

“When people argue that Wonder Woman should ‘cover up,’ I don’t quite get it,” [Gadot] says. “They say, ‘If she’s smart and strong, she can’t also be sexy.’ That’s not fair. Why can’t she be all of the above?”

The article also featured two new images of Gadot, one with her wearing her character’s signature magical bracelets, and another featuring a new look at her in the upcoming Wonder Woman film. You can check out both in the slideshow below.

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Wonder Woman will arrive in theaters on June 23, 2017.

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WARNING: Minor spoilers below.

With the release of Marvel’s final Thor film fast approaching, a new article in the latest issue of Total Film may reveal a few interesting spoiler level details, while also raising some big questions about the future of certain Thor related characters. Check out scans of the new article, posted on Twitter by user @TomTheNextLevel:

While we get further confirmation that Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange will appear as a helping hand to Thor in his search for an amnesia stricken Odin (originally revealed via the first end credits scene in Doctor Strange, as well as through leaked set photos), what’s really interesting about this article is the mention of the planet Sakaar.

First seen in the pages of Incredible Hulk #92, during the events of the Planet Hulk storyline (which this film is said to take elements from), Sakaar is where the Hulk accidentally landed following his expulsion from Earth by characters like Iron Man, Mr. Fantastic, and Charles Xavier. According to Total Film‘s article, it appears as if Hulk will have already been on Sakaar for some time, and will already have been a major player in the gladiatorial games. This was previously hinted at by Taika Watiti’s Facebook live video announcement that Miek (a major Planet/World War Hulk character) would also appear in this film.

Finally, will this be Tom Hiddleston’s final appearance in the MCU? Total Film mentions that this may be the final appearance of Loki, which would be fitting given that the character disappears (along with every other Asgardian) following the comic book’s version of the Ragnarok storyline. It remains to be seen if this will be the case.

Thor: Ragnarok will arrive in theaters on November 3, 2017.

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