This weekend has our first MCU Phase 4 theatrical installment that moves the actively moves the timeline forward, along with our first film with a predominantly Asian lead cast.
By Odin’s beard! Tis time for more trivia! Specifically, Thor Trivia. This week’s episode is all about the god of thunder and wielder of mighty biceps from the Marvel comics.
We’re supposed to get another Thor movie next year and we at Dorky Geeky Nerdy want you fully prepared for the next incarnation of Thor.
Suit up, gang. It’s time for some Iron Man Trivia.
This week, we’re diving into the history of Tony Stark, his friends, and his enemies. As always, it’s three rounds of ten questions each. When you’re done with Iron Man trivia, be sure to share the episode with your trivia-loving friends.
Marvel has put out a new sizzle reel promoting the film releases for phase 4, with updated release dates, including some new footage from The Eternals (from Academy Award-winning director Chloé Zhao).
Ready to dive back into the Marvel Universe with some new characters?
D23 just dropped upcoming dates for shows on Disney+
- The Falcon & The Winter Soldier – March 19
- Star Wars: The Bad Batch – May 9 (Clone Wars Spin-off)
- Loki – June 11
- Zenimation (Season 2) – June 11
- The Mysterious Benedict Society – June 25
- Monsters at Work – July 2 (Sequel to Monsters, Inc)
- Chip ‘N’ Dale: Park Life – July 23
Bonus news: Title reveal for the next Spider-Man movie: Spider-Man: No Way Home. Scheduled for a Christmas release.
February is Black History Month and we’re celebrating the only way we know how: With trivia! Specifically, Black Panther Trivia.
The first “mainstream” black comic book character, Black Panther is a proud, noble, and thoroughly awesome superhero. We’ve got thirty trivia questions to test your knowledge of the superhero, his enemies, his friends, and his many incarnations.
Variety is reporting that Chadwick Boseman has died of colon cancer at the age of 43. Most recently he was best known for the role of Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, however his earlier film roles including playing the first African-American Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall, and the first African-American man to break the color barrier and play in the MLB, Jackie Robinson, in bio-pics for both people (Marshall and 42, respectively).
We’ve had quite the round-up of new trailers this weekend. Let me sum up:
- Black Widow
- Free Guy
- Ghostbusters: Afterlife
- No Time to Die
- Wonder Woman 1984