LEAGUE LINKS – July 24, 2015


Ed. Note – for the next three editions of the League Links, most (or all) news items will originate from the San Diego Comic-Con!

Marvel Studios/Marvel Entertainment

So far, Marvel Studios have unveiled three new exclusive SDCC posters – one from Ant-Man, and two from Avengers: Age of Ultron:

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The Studio has also claimed yet another release date – May 4, 2018, a slot previously occupied by The Amazing Spider-Man 4. Marvel will now have THREE movies in 2017 and 2018, instead of their usual two per year. (SuperheroHype)

Speaking of The Amazing Spider-Man franchise, Sony has decided to go back to the drawing board and push back Amazing Spider-Man 3 to summer 2018, but they are fast-tracking The Sinister Six for release on November 11, 2016. No word at all on the Venom movie.


DC Entertainment

The Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice team has the Bat-cowl and cape worn by Ben Affleck in the film in a display case on the show floor (you can see it in the header image today). Those of you hoping it was going to be blue? Sorry, Bats is back in black. (Photo credit: Tom Racine)

Entertainment Weekly released a photo of Roy Harper’s red leather Arsenal costume, which he will sport in Arrow‘s upcoming third season:



All The Rest

Check out the logo for Legendary Picture’s World of Warcraft movie adaptation, simply titled Warcraft: (Crave)


Here’s a poster for Mad Max: Fury Road. What a lovely day, indeed. (IGN)


The Soska sisters are going to direct a Painkiller Jane movie. (SuperheroHype)

No one really asked for it, but we’re getting a fifth Pirates Of The Caribbean movie anyway on July 7, 2017. (Badass Digest)

Peter Jackson dropped the poster for The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies:


Finally, want to see photos from the show floor? Here’s a nice gallery. (Bright Side of News)



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