The fine folks at Disney held their Investors Call and during this happening, we found the Marvel Studios powers that be announcing what amounts to be an incredible slate. I was following along as best as possible with the social networking posts and have shared their images and copy for your consumption.
Captain Marvel 2: Brie Larson returns as Carol Danvers in Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel 2, directed by Nia DaCosta. Joining the cast are recently announced Ms. Marvel, Iman Vellani, and Monica Rambeau played by WandaVision’s Teyonah Parris. Captain Marvel 2 flies into theaters Nov. 11, 2022
Hawkeye: Original Avenger Jeremy Renner returns to star as Hawkeye, teaming up with well-known archer from Marvel comics, Kate Bishop played by the amazing Hailee Steinfeld. Additional cast include Vera Farmiga, Fra Fee and newcomer Alaqua Cox as Maya Lopez with episodes directed by Rhys Thomas and directing duo Bert and Bertie. Hawkeye, an Original Series, is coming to #DisneyPlus 🏹 Continue reading Marvel Studios Reveals Amazing Slate Of Films and Series To Come→
The D23 Expo is currently underway and its an event that I wish I was participating in based on all of the reveals from the studio since we always try to stay on top of trailers and new insight about the films and series that we focus on here at PiercingMetal.com – Should anything like that come to light I will make sure to post it here as we continue to push our Pop Culture content higher and higher. One thing that did get shared yesterday was the first Official Trailer for the service and while it’s not really the kind of thing I would normally post, the buzz around this has been too big to avoid so sit back and enjoy the few minutes. I will come back afterwards.
PiercingMetal Thoughts: At the point of this writing I am a subscriber to both Netflix and Hulu. I currently carry an HBO, Showtime and some other channel I never watch in my cable plan and with that being said I have one simple disclosure. It’s without question that I will be signing up for this service because it will have so many of the things that I am already supporting on other networks and in the cinema on a regular basis. I’m both a Star Wars and Marvel Super-heroes geek and who doesn’t love the classic Disney films and series from time to time. Now as far as my streaming devices are concerned, I am still using a PS3 and I don’t think that they will be adding the app to that old a system so I will be using the laptop, mobile phone and Fire tablet if that device happens to get the app as well. Some of my tech is older and works too well to replace just to have app access. What about you readers? Are you going to get this service when it goes online or are you going to wait or the initial reviews about it? Chime in down below in the comments section. I will see you next time.
The Press Release:
City Winery’s 30,000-square-foot location on Varick Street has been purchased by Disney, forcing the business to relocate. City Winery New York was the first of 6 national locations and been in the Hudson Square neighborhood for a decade. Disney acquired the entire block from the Trinity Church Real Estate-owned site to build a one million-square foot New York headquarters.
“We have had a very strong relationship with Trinity over the years and knew that the demolition of our building was ultimately unavoidable. We
hope to work with them to find a suitable location given their substantial property holdings. Trinity, and now Disney, has continued to express that
City Winery is a significant cultural asset to the neighborhood and would like us to stay in the area,” stated Michael Dorf, CEO and Founder of City
City Winery intends to find, secure and begin construction on their new New York City location before the end of 2018. The official opening is planned
for January 1, 2020 — which is when they must vacate Varick Street. “It is inevitable in a city like New York that 2-story buildings will eventually
yield to taller ones. It is unfortunate to see historically significant 120-year old brick-and-beam gems get swapped for 50-story generic glass towers. The character of the neighborhood changed when Trump’s tower went up. It is my hope that the design of this new Disney building – and the millions of
square feet Google is adding to their office – will be a positive addition to the dynamism of our vibrant community,” Dorf added. Continue reading Breaking: City Winery’s New York Flagship To Relocate By 2020→