Welcome back to the Geek Girls’ Universe for The Weekly Bugle Vol 25. This week we are talking about Alfred Molina confirming the worst kept secret in the MCU, the Shang-Chi teaser trailer, Bad Batch, and more!
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The Weekly Bugle Vol 25
Alfred Molina In Spider-Man No Way Home
We joke about Spider-Man 3 news constantly. Oh look someone else is confirmed. Isn’t everyone in this movie at this point? Welcome back Happy! In Spider-Man news this week Alfred Molina spills the tea on Doc Ock’s return in No Way Home.
He even calls himself the worst kept secret on the internet, and he isn’t wrong. Maybe that is why Marvel decided it was okay to let him do this interview with Variety. His character’s story will pick up where it left off, you know with his death. But like Molina says, it’s Marvel, no one is ever really dead.
Shang-Chi Teaser Trailer and Poster
Happy Birthday to Simu (and a belated one to Ashley)! Marvel Studios not only dropped the new poster for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings but also a trailer. In it, we see the real Mandarin, the Ten Rings, Death Dealer, Shang-Chi in action, and more.
We are so hyped for this movie and what it means for the future of the MCU. And the possibility that it could tie in with Falcon and The Winter Soldier is something we haven’t let go of yet.
Related: Shang-Chi Trailer Breakdown
The Bad Batch
While a Marvel break is coming in May we do have something nerdy to look forward to. The Bad Batch will debut on May 4 on Disney+ with a special 70-minute premiere episode.
We are interviewing Dee Bradley Baker and others involved with the show this week. The Bad Batch is a kick-butt group of Clone soldiers and we cannot wait for you to see the show.
Related: The Bad Batch Trailer Breakdown
Lord of The Rings
Filming has been underway for Lord of the Rings season one on Amazon but what is shocking is the price tag. We hope you are sitting down for this. The cost for season one ALONE is $465 million. MILLION.
Game of Thrones didn’t even cost that much. Did they buy Middle Earth?
Disneyland in California isn’t the only park to get the Avengers treatment. Disneyland Paris just revealed a look at their Avengers Campus. This will complement the Hotel New York, which already features Marvel artwork but is being upgraded for the Avengers Campus reveal.
Who is ready for a trip to France?