Marvel made the sensible decision to pull Punisher promotion from New York Comic-Con in the wake of this week’s Las Vegas massacre, but the shift may run deeper. According to a new report, The Punisher may now be moved altogether to a late fall release.
Marvel’s Netflix Daredevil knew enough to question The Punisher’s gun-toting methods, but the spinoff now predictably faces its own controversy. In the wake of tragic events in Las Vegas, Netflix and Marvel have opted to pull The Punisher’s major debut from New York Comic-Con.
Neither The Punisher nor Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. got to hold court at Comic-Con 2017, but Marvel will change that for New York. Both series will be granted their own panels in Madison Square Garden to preview the upcoming seasons from NYCC.
When the first teaser trailer for The Great Wall debuted this summer, much of the internet responded in a collective thinking face emoji, wondering, why is a white dude the hero of an action movie set in China?
These days it seems like every recognizable actor above the age of 50 is getting their own spin on the Taken franchise. As a result, not a lot of people batted an eye when it was announced that Keanu Reeves would be playing a retired contract killer in some mid-range action movie called John Wick. I…