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January 23, 2021
There's a Batman-Biden link
And it is through Bat-superfan Sen. Patrick Leahy - story at Daily Dot
And then there's also a Captain America - Biden link, too - photo of 27 year old Biden "is basically Captain America" - story at Ta Nea (it's in Greek you'll have to use translator - like google translate - to read the page, unless of course you can read Greek.)
President Biden and VP Kamala Harris are in the comics
Story at Msn News
Marvel's Spider-Man books for 2021 - story at Gamesradar
King Kong vs Godzilla is now set for March, and this prompts a very obvious question
Is there going to be a rush to schedule movies into theaters?
With political leadership in large urban centers calling for reopenings to get the retail world back on its feet, a "snooze, you lose" panic may hit movie conglomerates who may sense a chance to earn some real box office gold has miraculously arrived.
Spider-Man III is going to be a Ho-Ho-Ho movie
Apparently a Christmas time movie says Movieweb
Bruce Timm on Michael Keaton in Batman Beyond - - in a way, he looks too good to be old man Bruce Wayne
He looks like he could kick most guys' asses.
And other remarks (mostly positive) at comicbook
More Michael Keaton
Is the DC Comics future tied up in their 60-page anthology titles?
They talk about it at Bleeding Cool
Speculations on a Batman Beyond film with Michael Keaton
Story at Movieweb
Ethan Hawke will be in the coming Moon Knight series
Story at Gizmodo
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World game a "big hit"
Story at The Gamer
They say Zack Snyder's coming Justice League cut will be four-hours-long
Looks like it is time to bring back the concept of The Intermission - story at comicbookmovie
Netflix is going to screen a new movie every week this year
On Netflix’s 2021 slate are films starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Chris Evans, Jonah Hill, Zendaya, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot, Jake Gyllenhaal, Sandra Bullock, Chris Hemsworth, and Denzel Washington.
They'll be outnumbering Disney's 50-movie schedule by twenty titles - story at qz.com
Original page January 18, 2021