Black Widow actress Scarlett Johansson's lawsuit against Disney in which she claims she is owed more money due to the superhero film debuting simultaneously in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access.
Though we were all hoping that film releases would get back on track, the combined hit of Tenet's relatively low US income and the fact that cinemas in big markets such as New York and LA across the pond have yet to reopen is affecting studio plans.
Disney is moving forward with Aladdin 2, a sequel to last year's live-action remake and has hired a pair of writers to pen a script that is an original story and not based on any of the animated sequels.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker director J.J. Abrams confirms he's completed the film. As there are (somehow) only a few weeks remaining until the movie hits theaters.
Marvel fans have had plenty of concerns about Disney's acquisition of 20th Century Fox. After all, Fox was just starting to go down the path of exploring a darker version of its X-Men movie franchise.
In the peace accords read around the world, Disney and Sony came to a brokered peace on Friday concerning the use of Sony’s Peter Parker/Spider-Man character (played by Tom Holland) within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
This particularly tangled web has been spinning for two decades now. Sony first got the rights to Spider-Man in 1999, the year before the success of X-Men revitalized Hollywood’s appetite for superhero movies.