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Disney Plus Refusing To Accept Previous Marvel Shows As McU Canon

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (McU) has done a brilliant job on the big screen of constructing a shared mythology, avoiding the pitfalls suffered by many similar franchises in over-complicating the world-building. Each installment adheres to the rules and various timelines of the McU, ensuring that the extended universe never becomes too bogged down or ends up tying itself in knots trying to overcome plot holes.

One of the major debates among fans though has been whether or not the multiple TV shows that bear the Marvel brand are officially considered canon. After all, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter were pretty explicitly based in the same universe as the movies, and even featured several supporting characters in either lead, cameo or supporting roles, while the recently-canceled Netflix shows made frequent veiled references to events that had happened in the movies that directly affected New York.

However, those that were recently
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Marvel's "Ghost Rider" On Hulu

Marvel TV and streaming service Hulu, with more than 28 million subscribers, continue developing various "Adventure Into Fear" live-action 'terror' series including Marvel Comics' "Ghost Rider", starring Gabriel Luna as 'Robbie Reyes', reprising his role from "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.", executive produced by showrunner Ingrid Escajeda, Paul Zbyszewski and Marvel's Jeph Loeb, debuting in 2020:

"...Marvel's 'Ghost Rider', also known as 'Robbie Reyes', is a quintessential antihero, consumed by 'hellfire' and supernaturally bound to a demon. 

"Reyes lives on the Tex/Mex border and when he unleashes the 'Rider'...

"...he brings vengeance for the innocents he encounters, but struggles to control the power he wields."

A co-production with Marvel Television and ABC Signature Studios, "Ghost Rider" will join other new Marvel TV series on Hulu including the 'adult' animated 'M.O.D.O.K.'...

..'Hit-Monkey', 'Tigra', 'Dazzler' and 'Howard The Duck'.

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Horror Highlights: Ghost Rider #1 Trailer, Nola Horror Film Fest 2019, Silhouette Trailer, Maury The Miserable Vampire

  • DailyDead
Marvel's Ghost Rider comic book series returns with a trailer that is sure to set your curiosity ablaze. Also in today's Horror Highlights: the lineup for the 9th annual Nola Horror Film Festival and Maury the Miserable Vampire book details.

Watch the New Ghost Rider #1 Trailer: "The devil’s bounty hunter returns! Ghost Rider streaks out of the underworld on his flaming motorcycle — with a skull to match — in an all-new ongoing series. Now, take one hell of a ride in a new trailer featuring Editor in Chief C.B. Cebulski, Assistant Editor Chris Robinson and Writer Ed Brisson!

Following his shocking accession, Johnny Blaze is now the king of the underworld! What challenges does a hero face when he presides over the worst humanity — and inhumanity — has to offer? While Blaze acts as demonic warden down below, fellow Ghost Rider Danny Ketch is tasked with collecting souls above. How
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Marvel's Ghost Rider Relaunch Trailer Arrives

Gavin Jasper Sep 9, 2019

Johnny Blaze will reign as the King of Hell in a new Ghost Rider series from Marvel.

In the recent Damnation storyline, Johnny Blaze got a win so big that it would have worked as his final chapter if Marvel storytelling wasn’t contingent on stories never actually ending. As Ghost Rider, he not only defeated Mephisto on the demon’s home turf, but he’s also taken him off the board and now rules Hell in his place. Yeah, Ghost Rider is the King of Hell. That's pretty much the top prize when your whole deal is punishing sinners and being metal beyond belief.

So now we get to see where leadership brings him and his brother Danny Ketch in Ghost Rider #1, written by Ed Brisson with art by Aaron Kuder. Wearing the crown, Johnny spends his days playing warden to a realm of demons and evil men,
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Cosmic Ghost Rider Is Coming To The McU In Phase 5

If you’ve been following what Marvel’s been up to on the comic book side of things for the past few years, then surely you know that they’ve been having a ton of fun with the Punisher. Not only did he end up donning the War Machine armor in his own ongoing series at one point, but he’s also been revealed to be the Cosmic Ghost Rider in the incredibly popular “King Thanos” story arc.

In fact, there’s been so much love and support for the character since his debut that Marvel now wants to bring him into the McU. According to sources close to We Got This Covered – the same ones who told us Taskmaster will be the villain of Black Widow, and that the studio was developing She-Hulk and Ms. Marvel shows, all of which have since been confirmed – Kevin Feige is keen on
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Marvel’s new Ghost Rider series gets a trailer

With the devil’s bounty hunter returning this October, Marvel has released a trailer for the new ongoing Ghost Rider series featuring comments from Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski, Assistant Editor Chris Robinson and Writer Ed Brisson.

“One thing we’re really diving into is what this really means to [the Ghost Riders’] lives,” says Brisson, with Cebulski adding: “What is the Spirit of Vengeance? Where does it come from? Why does it possess certain people and not others?…What’s the mythos of the Ghost Rider character? Those are the questions that we’re going to answer in this series for fans, finally.

Following his shocking accession, Johnny Blaze is now the king of the underworld! What challenges does a hero face when he presides over the worst humanity — and inhumanity — has to offer? While Blaze acts as demonic warden down below, fellow Ghost Rider Danny Ketch is tasked with collecting souls above.
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How It Chapter Two Expands on the Legend

Don Kaye Sep 4, 2019

Screenwriter Gary Dauberman walks us through the process of scripting It Chapter Two.

With It Chapter Two, screenwriter Gary Dauberman returns to finish the job than he and director/co-writer Andy Muschietti started in 2017, when they adapted one half of Stephen King’s 1,100-page novel for the screen.

After telling in It: Chapter One the simultaneously terrifying and sweet-natured story of the Losers Club, seven kids who faced down a malevolent, shape-shifting monster in the town of Derry in the summer of 1989, Dauberman and Muschietti have now followed up with the rest of King’s tale.

Here the Losers Club are now adults, each achieving a certain amount of success in their lives, but still haunted in some ways by the past -- even if all but one of them have forgotten the events of 1989. When It reawakens in Derry, once again using the visage of Pennywise
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Marvel TV Release Schedule: Every Upcoming McU Series

Gavin Jasper Aug 30, 2019

From Agents of Shield to Moon Knight and more, Here's every Marvel TV show coming to Disney+, Hulu, and ABC!

Even before they had the movie rights to Cain Marko, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been an unstoppable juggernaut. The movies have been making all the money in the world, but Marvel is so rich in characters and concepts that they've begun to encompass the TV and streaming worlds, as well. We’re at a point now where they did 13 seasons of shows on Netflix and those have now been shoved off to the past so they can look into the future.

Marvel TV stuff has always been a little annoying due to the one-way connection it has with the movies. While they’re supposed to share the same continuity, TV will reference the movies while the movies rarely reference TV. You’ll see the Defenders talk about the events of Avengers,
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Mortal Kombat 11 Releases New Look At Spawn, Will Be Voiced By Keith David

As leaked a long, long time ago, everybody’s favorite hellbound revenge-crazed superhero (that isn’t Ghost Rider), Spawn, is coming to Mortal Kombat 11. The character was recently confirmed as the final addition to the Mk Kombat Pack, alongside Mortal Kombat mainstays like Nightwolf, Sindel and Shang Tsung and guest stars the Terminator-800 and Joker. He’ll be the final character to be released, too, arriving on March 24th, 2020 (which feels like a very long way away).

It’ll be nice to see Spawn back in some respect though, as Todd McFarlane’s new movie featuring the antihero seems to have hit the skids. Despite boasting a star-studded cast, a low budget and a script that apparently takes a very interesting angle on superhero fare, studios are yet to bite on it. Spawn’s inclusion in Mortal Kombat 11 may even be a way to boost his profile in a last-ditch
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Remembering Peter Fonda, Indie Revolutionary and Counterculture Icon (Column)

  • Variety
Captain America has died. Not the spandex-clad Marvel superhero, but counterculture poster boy Peter Fonda, who shook up Hollywood and revolutionized the country’s sense of itself by co-writing, producing and starring in “Easy Rider” 50 years ago this summer — the same summer depicted in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood.”

Culture was changing fast in 1969. Though Tarantino was hard on the hippies, “Easy Rider” — an existential biker picture in which Fonda’s Wyatt, with Dennis Hopper as wingman Billy, motors coast to coast with the Stars and Stripes on his back and drug money stashed in his shiny red, white and blue gas tank — was the first film to represent the younger generation’s anti-establishment attitudes, and its success pointed the way for the independent cinema movement that followed. The actors rejected mainstream values, struck out on their own and smoked actual pot on camera; rather than judging them for it,
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Marvel’s Ghost Rider will launch ‘Adventure into Fear’ TV shows

After dipping its toes into the Marvel Universe with Runaways, the Disney-owned streamer Hulu went all in on superhero-programming earlier this year, ordering five adult animated Marvel shows – Howard the Duck, M.O.D.O.K., Hit-Monkey, Tigra & Dazzler Show and The Offenders – along with live-action Ghost Rider and Helstrom series.

The Ghost Rider series will spin out of ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., with Gabriel Luna reprising his role as the Robbie Reyes incarnation of the Spirit of Vengeance, and according to Marvel Television boss Jeph Loeb, the show will usher in a new wave of Marvel programming under the banner of ‘Adventure into Fear’.

“We were talking to [Hulu], and they started scratching because when you look at the success that they’ve had with Castle Rock and the world of terror,” Loeb tells Deadline. “Something that really interested us and interested them, and we always knew that
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Peter Fonda, counterculture star of 'Easy Rider', dies at 79

Peter Fonda, counterculture star of 'Easy Rider', dies at 79
Family says, “In honor of Peter, please raise a glass to freedom.”

Peter Fonda, a symbol of 1960s counterculture who co-wrote and starred alongside Dennis Hopper in the iconic Easy Rider, has died at his home in Los Angeles following a battle with lung cancer. He was 79.

Fonda, the son of Henry Fonda, younger brother of Jane Fonda, and father of Bridget Fonda, earned two Oscar nominations in a career defined by Easy Rider – 50 years old this year – which celebrated the free-wheeling ethos of the 1960s as the United States careened into a darker odyssey in the decade that followed.
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Peter Fonda, counter-culture star of 'Easy Rider', dies at 79

Peter Fonda, counter-culture star of 'Easy Rider', dies at 79
Family says, “In honor of Peter, please raise a glass to freedom.”

Peter Fonda, a symbol of 1960s counter-culture who co-wrote and starred alongside Dennis Hopper in the iconic Easy Rider, has died at his home in Los Angeles following a battle with lung cancer. He was 79.

Fonda, the son of Henry Fonda, younger brother of Jane Fonda, and father of Bridget Fonda, earned two Oscar nominations in a career defined by Easy Rider – 50 years old this year – which toasted the free-wheeling ethos of the 1960s as the United States careened into a darker odyssey in the decade that followed.
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Peter Fonda, Easy Rider Star & Hollywood Legend, Dies at 79

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Peter Fonda, Easy Rider Star & Hollywood Legend, Dies at 79
It's a very sad day in Hollywood as legendary actor and Easy Rider star Peter Fonda has reportedly passed away. A rep for Fonda confirmed the actor's passing, but as of now, there's no details on a possible cause of death. Reportedly, Fonda had been spending a lot of time in the hospital with an undisclosed ailment which may have contributed to his passing. He was 79 years old.

Fonda is a member of the famous Fonda acting family, which is also comprised of father Henry, sister Jane, and daughter Bridget. Born in 1940 in New York City, the future Hollywood legend did not have the easiest childhood. When Fonda was 10 years old, his mother committed suicide in a mental hospital, although he didn't learn about the circumstances of her death until years later. Things got worse soon after on Fonda's 11th birthday, when he accidentally shot himself and nearly died. Years later,
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Jane Fonda On Peter Fonda’s Death: “He Went Out Laughing”

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Jane Fonda On Peter Fonda’s Death: “He Went Out Laughing”
Jane Fonda, sister of Peter Fonda, has released a statement following his death today at the age of 79.

“I am very sad. He was my sweet-hearted baby brother,” Fonda said in the statement provided to Deadline. “The talker of the family. I have had beautiful alone time with him these last days. He went out laughing.”

The two-time Oscar nominee for Easy Rider, which he also produced and co-wrote, and Ulee’s Gold, died Friday morning of respiratory failure due to lung cancer. The son of legendary actor Henry Fonda and father of Bridget and Justin Fonda, was a part of the counterculture of the 1960s.

Following Easy Rider, Fonda starred in and directed The Hired Hand (1971), a feminist Western that his Pando Company made for Universal. Roger Ebert described it as “a languorously spiritual Western about a young man who grows up into responsibility.” He went on to direct
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Peter Fonda, Star of ‘Easy Rider,’ Dies at 79

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Peter Fonda, Star of ‘Easy Rider,’ Dies at 79
Two-time Oscar nominee Peter Fonda, who became a counterculture icon when he co-wrote, produced and starred in seminal 1969 road movie “Easy Rider,” then showed Hollywood he could act about three decades later in “Ulee’s Gold,” died on Friday from lung cancer at his home in Los Angeles. He was 79.

His sister Jane Fonda said in a statement, “I am very sad. He was my sweet-hearted baby brother. The talker of the family. I have had beautiful alone time with him these last days. He went out laughing.”

His wife Parky released a statement on behalf of the family, saying “In one of the saddest moments of our lives, we are not able to find the appropriate words to express the pain in our hearts…And, while we mourn the loss of this sweet and gracious man, we also wish for all to celebrate his indomitable spirit and love of life.
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Daredevil Reboot Rumored To Be Coming To FX

Ever since Netflix wiped the slate clean of their Marvel TV shows earlier this year, viewers have been pleading for some other network to renew the Defenders series – Daredevil, in particular. Now, a new rumor has surfaced which might please fans of the Man Without Fear in general but not those loyal to the Charlie Cox version, as it’s said that a reboot is on the way at FX.

To begin with, Cosmic Book News had previously reported that they’ve heard that reboots for all the Netflix properties are coming soon, this time with explicit connections to the McU. And just the other day, scoopster Tvo of the Lords of the Long Box YouTube channel followed up on that by telling us over on Twitter that Daredevil and co. will be redeveloped by FX in a way that makes it all connected.

“Going forward all platforms will crossover.
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Marvel Says Ghost Rider TV Show Will Be Mature Like Daredevil

Though Marvel TV has been going through its fair share of woes recently, what with the complete and shocking cancellation of the Netflix corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, they do have an impressive slate of programming for various outlets that they’re currently working on. The most prolific of the bunch is, perhaps, the Ghost Rider series, which is set to air on Hulu.

During a recent interview, the studio’s TV head Jeph Loeb shed some light on the intentions behind the show, stating that it was never meant for a slot on ABC and was always going to be more mature in nature, much like Daredevil.

Loeb elaborated further on their plans as well, saying the following:

I know, you bugged us about it. But no, we never intended for it to be on ABC because we wanted to do a show that was more mature. Look,
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Marvel TV's Jeph Loeb Recalls Reaction to Netflix Cancellation and Teases Upcoming TV Series, Disney+ Projects, and Marvel Knights

Head of Marvel TV, Jeph Loeb, is a busy guy with a lot on his plate these days. While he is closing a chapter that included Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, Luke Cage, and my favorite, The Punisher, all at Netflix, as well as the final seasons of Legion and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., he is going into a new phase, with exciting prospects and projects on the horizon.

Loeb sat down with Deadline last month at San Diego Comic-Con and compared Marvel TV to a phoenix rising from what some were assuming to be ashes after the mass exodus of the series listed above. What we know so far is that we’ve got a live-action Ghost Rider in the works, an animated Howard the Duck, the Marvel series coming to the Disney+ streaming service that launches this November with the newly partnered Hulu, and whispers of a brand new
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Marvel Television felt “blindsided” by Netflix cancellations

Marvel Television boss Jeph Loeb has stated that the studio felt “blindsided” by Netflix’s decision to cancel their library of Marvel television shows The Defenders, Jessica Jones, Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and The Punisher.

“The hardest part was while the situation at Netflix of which I really can’t go into other than to say that we were blindsided and the things that were to come weren’t finished yet,” Loeb told Deadline during an interview. “We weren’t ready to announce that, so there was this space in between it, so it did look like maybe we were going to go out. Then suddenly, we were arising again like the Phoenix.”

While the prospect of any of the Netflix shows being revived appears remote at this point in time, Marvel Television has since announced a number of new shows for the Disney-owned Hulu, including an Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
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