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There are still no guarantees that the Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel Characters is going to take off as the studio hopes, and we're not going to find out until next year when Morbius finally hits theaters, as Venom: Let There Be Carnage is coming armed with the benefit of a built-in fanbase as the sequel to a monster hit that raked in over $850 million at the box office.
Given the success of WandaVision, and the upcoming addition of more adult-themed content to the platform (at least internationally), Disney Plus are having a pretty good year so far. After making a lot of fresh material available this week, including the full run of the original version of The Muppet Show, D+ have a strong lineup of programming coming our way as we head into March. What, then, can we expect on the service this February 26th?
Hollywood has become markedly better at respecting source material in recent years as far as video games are concerned, however. Both Sonic The Hedgehog and Detective Pikachu remained largely faithful in that regard, and judging from what we've seen so far, Mortal Kombat is due to follow in their footsteps when it arrives in the spring.
Netflix is adding over 20 new movies and TV series this coming week, including many originals and a forgotten Paul Rudd comedy.
One of the first major questions Marvel Cinematic Universe fans had when Deadpool 3 was confirmed to be retaining the R-rating of its predecessors was whether the same criteria would be applied to the Blade reboot.
Zack Snyder fans might be counting down the days until his Justice League cut finally drops on HBO Max next month, but the filmmaker also has another much-anticipated movie arriving on a rival streaming service later this year. Army of the Dead is a unique twist on the zombie genre from Snyder - who has history with the undead, having directed 2008's Dawn of the Dead remake - and, thanks to this newly unveiled poster, we know when to expect it on Netflix.
Two great horror movies have been added to the Netflix US library today, and could easily crack the Top 10.
Wes Craven may have passed away in 2015, but his influence and legacy can still be felt in the horror genre. The fifth entry in the Scream franchise arrives next year, while talk over another potential Nightmare on Elm Street reboot has been bubbling away for a while now, to the extent that it feels as though it's just a matter of time before something concrete gets announced.




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