Showing posts from July, 2018

CONSTANTINE: CITY OF DEMONS Movie Coming to Blu-Ray This Fall

CW Seed's third animated DC series, Constantine: City of Demons, premiered earlier this year. The series brings Matt Ryan's John Constantine back into the spotlight, despite not being a continuation of the NBC series. While we've been waiting on a second season of the show, it looks like that'll come in the form of a movie.

Warner Bros. has announced that Constantine: City of Demons will be released as a movie on Tuesday, October 9th on Blu-Ray, 4K, and digital. The movie version will have an hour of new footage, bringing its runtime to 90 minutes. This is similar to when WB released both seasons of Vixen as a full-length movie on home video.

For more details, check out the press release below.

From executive producers David S. Gover and Greg Berlanti, The Hellblazer is back in an all-new twisted tale of mystery, intrigue and the occult with Constantine: City of Demons, a full-length, R-rated feature film based on the acclaimed DC animated series from CW Seed. Produced…

JOKER Targeting Two More Actors for its Cast

Director Todd Phillips' Joker origin movie, starring Joaquin Phoenix, is currently filling out its supporting cast. Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, and Francis Conroy are all in negotiations to join the film. And now, we have word of two more actors joining.

Actor Bryan Callen announced on his podcast The Fighter & The Kid(via Revenge of the Fans) that he has joined the Joker cast. He previously worked with Phillips on the first two Hangover movies. However, he says that he won't have that big a role in this movie. "I was offered a part. That’ll be fun, but i think it’s only a couple days. Play an aging dancer, stripper. I don’t want to go into the details. I can’t go into the details, but just know it’s gonna be good."

In other news, Varietyhas learned that Glow alum Marc Maron is in talks to join the Joker cast. If a deal closes, Maron will play an agent on Robert De Niro's talk show who helps book Joaquin Phoenix, and he plays a role in the character's p…

Check Out the Latest Trailer for Sony's VENOM

After its electrifying presence at San Diego Comic-Con a couple weeks ago, Sony has officially dropped the new trailer for its latest comic book movie, Venom. The trailer is chock full of new footage, featuring Tom Hardy's Eddie Brock working with the Symbiote to create the antihero known as Venom. Check it out below, and stay tuned for more as we have it.
The world has enough superheroes. Watch the new #Venom trailer now. 10.5.18 — Venom Movie (@VenomMovie) July 31, 2018
Venom is scheduled to hit theaters on October 5th. The first installment of Sony's Marvel Universe stars Tom Hardy, Riz Ahmed, Michelle Williams, Jenny Slate, Reid Scott, Scott Haze, and Woody Harrelson. Ruben Fleischer directs from a script by Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner.

TV News Bits: DC Universe, Marvel, and Beyond

We have a lot of updates for today's TV News Bits. We have some updates on two DC Universe shows, a premiere date for the next big Netflix original, renewal of a hit spinoff, and more.

-AMC has renewed Fear the Walking Deadfor a fifth season. The announcement was made during the network's TCA presentation on Saturday. The series, a spinoff from the mega hit The Walking Dead, has been a solid summer performer for AMC. The show returns for its midseason premiere on Sunday, August 12th at 9 PM EST. (Source: TV Line)

-Netflix has announced that The Chilling Adventures of Sabrinawill premiere on Friday, October 26th, just in time for Halloween. The first season of the Riverdale companion series will run for 10 episodes, and it is expected to be a darker take on Sabrina the Teenage Witch. Binging this one should be fun. (Source: TV Guide)

-Speaking of Netflix, it looks like the streaming giant isn't off the Marvel train yet, despite Disney's commitment to its own streaming …

IRON FIST Season 2 Episode Count is Shorter than Usual for Marvel Netflix Shows

For the past few days, the Iron Fist Twitter account has sent out one tweet per day revealing an episode title from the show's second season. Well, the tweets have ended, and they reveal something very interesting about the new season.

Iron Fist season two will only have 10 episodes. With the exception of The Defenders (which ran for 8 episodes), this is the shortest Marvel Netflix season yet. Every season from the other five shows ran for 13 episodes. No reason was given why they have a shorter season, but a common complaint for these shows is the pacing across 13 episodes, so hopefully that'll help Iron Fist.

Here are the episodes titles for the new season, and stay tuned for more as we have it. Iron Fist returns on September 7th on Netflix.
The Fury of the Iron FistThe City’s Not For BurningThis Deadly SecretTarget: Iron FistHeart of the DragonThe Dragon Dies At DawnMorning of the MindstormCitadel on the Edge of VengeanceWar Without EndA Duel of Iron

OFFICIAL: 7 Days of Shonen Jump on WOBAM! Entertainment

It is Shonen Jump's 50th anniversary! To celebrate we are going to look back at some of their greatest manga and anime series. We'll have reviews and features for Dragon Ball, One Piece, My Hero Academia, Fullmetal Alchemist, and Naruto! Check out our full list of content as well as the dates down below!

August 1st Feature: My Hero Academia: What is a Hero? August 2nd Review: Fullmetal Alchemist The Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa August 3rd Review: One Piece Film: Gold August 4th VIDEO FEATURE: Dragon Ball's Appeal to Masculinity, Why it Matters August 5th Feature: Bleach: Why the Anime Should Return August 6th Opinion: Why Naruto is Better Than Dragon Ball August 7th Ranking: The Best Shonen Jump Villains
Here's to another 50 years of incredible stories and characters! Make sure to check back in when the event starts. For everything in the world of Shonen Jump, stay tuned.

ANT-MAN AND THE WASP Passes First Film Domestically, Still Behind Overseas

Ant-Man and The Wasp has been out in the United States and other markets for close to a month now, and today, we have an update on where the Marvel sequel stands in comparison to the original.

Per Box Office Mojo, the film has passed the first Ant-Man domestically, hitting $183.1 million this weekend, against the original's $180.2 million. However, when it comes to overseas, Ant-Man and The Wasp is still trailing, grossing $211.1 million vs. the first's $339.1 million. So, the sequel has only made $394.2 million worldwide at this point.

Before anyone says this is bad, there's a very good reason why Ant-Man and The Wasp hasn't passed the first movie worldwide yet. It still needs to be released in key markets; it's out in the UK this week, while it hits China on August 24th. Once it hits those markets and others, the film should have no trouble passing Ant-Man. And again, its production budget is $160 million, which is on the lower end of modern MCU movies, so it'…

OPINION: 3 Reasons Why Doomsday Clock Is One Of DC Comics' Greats After Only 6 Issues

So far, Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, have delivered something once thought impossible: Something close in greatness to the original Watchmen comic in Doomsday Clock (and we're only halfway done). I won't insult the massive amount of people whom believe that Watchmen walks on water, but at the same time, the duo which given us such classics in Action Comics, Batman: Earth One, and more, are delivering something that is wholly unique, and combining two universes which have no right to be together. You know, like, me and Scotch on a lonely Friday night.

Here Are Three Reasons That Doomsday Clock Might Be One Of The Greatest Comics Ever At DC (Minor Spoilers Ahead For 1-6)

1) Johns Have Created Two Of The Most Interesting Characters In The Last Couple Of Decades What is so impressive that within six issues, Mime and Marionette, have become iconic characters for DC Comics. These characters are absolutely insane, but at the same time, the way Johns have written them, it's hard no…

AQUAMAN Will Reportedly Have a Post-Credits Scene

Post- and mid-credits scenes are becoming more and more common in blockbuster films. But while Suicide Squadand Justice League had additional scenes, DC Films' other three titles did not. Thus, fans have wondered if we should expect more movies to follow suit. And if this new report is to be believed, DC's next movie will do it.

According to Discussing Film, Aquaman will have a post-credits scene. While we won't spoil what it is here, it is designed to set up a potential sequel. Discussing Film also says that there is potential for this scene to be cut, since we're still a few months away from release. For details on who may be in the scene, click HERE, but be wary of potential spoilers.

Warner Bros. has been adamant that for the time being, DC movies will be more self-contained and won't put much focus on crossovers. So, if that's still the case, it's unlikely Aquaman will set up a Justice League 2 or anything like that. Rather, any post-credits scenes wi…

TEEN TITANS GO! TO THE MOVIES Comes Behind Expectations with Estimated $10.5 Million Opening

A few weeks ago, Teen Titans GO! To the Movies was tracking to open somewhere between $14 million and $19 million. However, the weekend estimates are in, and the film is opening with even less than that.

Per Box Office Mojo, Teen Titans GO! is opening with an estimated $10.5 million, putting it in 5th place. Meanwhile, the film opened in eight international markets, bringing in about $1 million, putting its worldwide debut at $11.5 million. Additionally, the movie earned a lukewarm B+ on CinemaScore, while critics have been very positive.

This is definitely an underwhelming debut for Teen Titans GO!, especially given its initial tracking. However, it's still a stretch to call it a bomb. The film's budget was just $10 million, not counting marketing. So, it pretty much already made back its budget. And if it has decent legs over the next few weeks, it could turn out to be profitable. Plus, it's out in the midst of tough summer competition. (I mean, it's out on the same …

Movie News Bits: DC with a Hint of Marvel and American Crime

Welcome back to Movie News Bits! We're talking about The Last Days of American Crime, Marvel, and DC!
Edgar Ramirez is in talks to star in the Netflix original The Last Days of American Crime. The thriller is going to be directed by Olivier Megaton(Taken, Colombiana), and is written by Karl Gajdusek(Oblivion, exec producer Stranger Things). Ramirez will star as Graham Bricke, a career criminal whose big break comes with a femme fatale and her boyfriend, but it turns deadly. Ramirez is coming off of an Emmy nomination and is currently filming Jungle Cruise with Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. (Source:Hollywood Reporter)
Angela Bassett (Ramonda) confirms that her character and Shuri (Letitia Wright) both survived Thanos' snap, and are currently running things in Wakanda. This will make fans of Black Panther very happy, but still no word on how much of a role they will have in Avengers 4. (Source:Comic Book Movie)

Ravi Patel, Gabriella Wilde, and Natasha Rothwell are all joining Wo…

OPINION: Batman or Superman: Which Comic Should You Be Reading?

Right now, the two biggest superheroes in comics are Batman and Superman. One is what all of
humanity should strive to be, and one is what a man could be he if dedicated all of his life on a singular goal to stop all crime. And dresses like a bat. They're also the only two heroes with two separate comic books dedicated to them. You might also be able to count Spidey, but he has, like, ten of them all dedicated to different versions.
Anyhoo, this is not an easy question. Both of these characters have A-list writers backing them, and are currently writing some amazing stories. But sadly, comics are extremely expensive, and since Marvel's Fresh Start, there are quite a few out there that should be making your pull list. Let's take a look at which of these superheroes comics you should be currently reading.
(There Will Be Minor Spoilers Down Below For King's Batman)
Should You Be Reading Batman? When you talk about Tom King's Batman, it's very easy to just talk abo…


Before I start with this review, I never really saw this show all the seasons out. I saw some episodes here and there, but never watched every episode. But with that said. Throughout my watch of Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo, it felt like I watched a reverse Mask of Phantasm.

With Mask of the Phantasm, I got the feeling that people went all out, doing a worthy entry of the animated series. Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo came off as a last minute attempt to cash in on the fans that desperately wanted some more content based on the show they loved.

The biggest reason for this is the animation. It felt far worse and less alive than the animated show. Even though the script isn’t impressive (to say the least), it’s not the worst thing in the world. It just comes off as someone got a call to write a manuscript for the Teen Titans and was forced to turn it in the next day. One more rewrite and it could have been better.

I give this movie 5/10.

Have you seen this movie? If so, what did you thin…

SUPERGIRL Adds Rhona Mitra as Mercy Graves for Season 4

Supergirl has made some more additions to its cast for season four, and one of them is a key supporting player in Superman lore.

According to Deadline, actress Rhona Mitra has joined Supergirl in the recurring role of Mercy Graves, Lex Luthor's former bodyguard. This take on Mercy is described as " ex-CADMUS agent who has always believed in human exceptionalism. But with both Lex and Lillian in prison, Mercy is stepping out of the Luthor shadow and running her own show. With her biting wit and lethal brawn, Mercy steadily becomes a key figure in National City’s growing 'human-first' movement."

Mercy was originally created for Superman: The Animated Series, before being added to comic book continuity. She has gone on to appear in various animated films and shows, while she made her live action debut in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, where she was played by Tao Okamoto. Supergirl marks her second live action portrayal.

Additionally, we'll be meeting …

STAR WARS EPISODE IX Cast Announced; Leia Will Return Using Unreleased Footage

Filming on Star Wars Episode IX is set to begin on Wednesday, August 1st. Today, Lucasfilm confirmed the full cast for the film, which has been called the final installment of the Skywalker saga.

Daisy Ridley (Rey), Adam Driver (Kylo Ren), John Boyega (Finn), Oscar Isaac (Poe Dameron), Lupita Nyong’o (Maz Kanata), Domhnall Gleeson (General Hux), Kelly Marie Tran (Rose Tico), Joonas Suotamo (Chewbacca), and Billie Lourd (Lieutenant Connix) reprise their roles from the last two films.

Additionally, Mark Hamill will return once more as Luke Skywalker, with Anthony Daniels playing C-3PO again. And, as previously reported, Billy Dee Williams will reprise the role of Lando Calrissian.

As for new characters, Naomi AckieRichard E. Grant, and Keri Russellhave officially joined the cast. No word on who they are playing just yet. Russell was first reported to be in talks for a role earlier this month.
Most significantly, the late Carrie Fisher's Leia Organa will return after all. Director …

10 Films That Made Me Lose Faith in Cinema

Cinema is sacred, and it needs to be protected at all costs. Unfortunately, every now and then, a film comes along, trying to tarnish the art form. Whether it'd be a movie that exists just for advertising purposes, a movie with a CGI'd animal protagonist, or a remake that rips off a masterpiece shot for shot, there are some movies that really make you question why they were ever greenlit - and who exactly greenlit them. Here are 10 of those movies that made me lose hope in cinema.

The Emoji Movie

The Bye Bye Man
When you're a horror movie called The Bye Bye Man, you'd better poke fun at yourself. But that's not the case. The Bye Bye Man, whose premise involves a slasher that kills those that think or say his name, sports a bizarrely straight face. The premise is cool enough, but the villain's name is lol-worthy. This is a film that shoots itself in the foot.

Jack and Jill
Adam Sandler's face at the top was me during the entirety of Jack and Jill. Look, I get…

VENOM Director Talks Sequel Plans and Lack of White Spider Symbol; New Trailer Coming Soon

Sony showcased its Venom movie at San Diego Comic-Con last week, and since then, we've gotten a bunch of news tidbits surrounding the film. Here, we compile a few of them.

Speaking with Comic Book, director Ruben Fleischer confirms that the movie does open the door for sequels down the line. However, it all depends on how people respond to the first film. "We've definitely laid some groundwork for different directions that the franchise could go but obviously it all hinges on people's excitement about this film. I hope people will stay and see what seeds have been planted."

Venom is expected to kick off a new slate of Sony Marvel movies set in the same universe, featuring titles like Morbiusand Silk. The film is also rumored to end with setup for Carnage...maybe played by Woody Harrelson? So, no pressure to succeed.

In a separate interview with IGN, Fleischer confirms that Venom will not have the classic white spider symbol on his chest. The reason why is super o…

TV News Bits: The CW Edition

In today's TV news bits, we're talking about three shows on The CW! First up:
Black Lightning!

Black Lightning showrunners and producers Salim and Mara Brock Akil confirmed at San Diego Comic Con that they are trying to build a "Lightningverse" as like the "Arrowverse". It has been confirmed before that Black Lightning is not a part of the Arrowverse, but with the number of Earths in the Arrowverse, it can be brought in should producers choose to do so. But the Akils are intent on building their own world, and so I'm here for it. We'll see how far their world building goes when Black Lightning returns Tuesday October 9th.
Source:Pretty Brown and Nerdy

Next up, Legends of Tomorrow!

Legends of Tomorrow will not be present during this year's Arrowverse crossover. The casts' reasoning is that the Legends have set themselves apart from the rest of the shows, plus in trying to schedule in four shows' worth of cast, and trying to rearrange schedul…


Batman gets framed for murder while a new foe has appeared. Are these two somehow connected?

When people discuss which Batman movie is the best, Mask of the Phantasm is often one of the contenders during those conversations. After rewatching it again years after my first watch, I can safely say that I understand why, even though I might not find it to be the crown jewel for the Caped Crusader, it is a spot on his personal Mount Rushmore for sure though.

What I like the most about this movie, is that while it is truly a crime thriller first and foremost, it dwells more into the mind of Bruce Wayne than any other Batman movie that I’ve seen. As someone that loves character studies, well you get the drill.

I was first going to write that the animation was good for its time. But honestly, I would argue that it holds up even for today. It truly looks stunning. The voice acting is superb.

The only real weakness that this movie has is its use of flashbacks. Don’t get me wrong. I don’t mind fl…

Legendary's DETECTIVE PIKACHU Movie Switches to Warner Bros.

A couple years ago, Legendary Pictures and The Pokémon Company struck a deal to create live action movies based on the Pokémon franchise. The first installment is Detective Pikachu, a live action/CGI hybrid based on the recent video game. Ryan Reynolds will voice the titular Pokémon, with Justice Smith, Ken Watanabe, and Rita Ora also in the cast. Now, the film has a new distributor.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Detective Pikachu is moving from Universal to Warner Bros. for distribution. This comes as Legendary is looking to renew its distribution deal with WB, after signing with Universal in 2013. While Legendary and WB collaborated a couple times since - specifically with Interstellar and the MonsterVerse - it looks like the two will be reuniting.

Legendary's deal with Universal expires on December 31st, with their last movie being BlacKkKlansman. There is no plan to renew this deal. Legendary and Universal's partnership hasn't exactly been great, with movies li…

Review: ATTACK ON TITAN Season 3 Episode 1

Holy animation craze Batman. Three manga/anime related reviews in such a short amount of time? Maybe I should change my twitter handle to Animemaniacs after all. Anyway, after my week of Attack on Titan related posts, it felt like a no-brainer to cover season 3. Wasn’t so sure if I should do an episode by episode review, or an overall season review like the previous two. But after some days of thinking, I decided to try the former just for the sake of it. 

Without further ado, let the review begin.

The mystery from season two just keeps getting bigger as Eren and his friends are on the run.

Unlike the previous season's first episode, we don’t get a short recap. It goes straight to the point with the episode establishing where the characters are and why. The voice acting is good like always. The pilot episode is a great kick-off to what I hope is yet another home run. That doesn’t mean that I have some few issues with it. Two to be exact.

The first one is the opening theme. The openi…

THE BATMAN Reportedly Taking Influence from YEAR ONE, Plus a Production Update

We've heard a lot about The Batman in various rumors and reports from other sites, but very little directly from Warner Bros. or DC. Matt Reeves has been writing away, while Ben Affleck is looking increasingly unlikely to reprise the role. Now, a new report sheds some light on Reeves' approach to the film, as well as when we can expect production to begin.

According to our friend Mario at Revenge of the Fans, The Batman will "bear a resemblance" to Frank Miller's Batman: Year One. (Think of how Batman v Superman had some influence from The Dark Knight Returns.) It's unknown exactly how much of the original comic will be pulled, but the film will tell an original story.

Also, it looks like Reeves is changing the age range for his Batman. Originally, he was meeting with actors in their mid-30s, which is slightly younger than Affleck. For example, he met with Jake Gyllenhaal and Jack Huston for the role. However, he is now looking for an actor aged 25-30, aka 1…

Gina Prince-Bythewood to Direct OLD GUARD Movie Adaptation

Today, GWW/Omega Underground has come out with yet another comic book related scoop. This time, it contains a director for the upcoming movie Old Guard,based on the Image comic book by the same name. Gina Prince-Bythewood has signed on to direct the movie, produced by Skydance.

If this name sounds familiar for you, she is the same director that is attached to the supposed Silver and Black that Sony has in development, but as of right now is delayed.

With Skydance both collaborating with Netflix and Paramount at the time, it’s, for now, uncertain who the distributor is going to be. Stay tuned for more news as we have it.

Review: DRAGON BALL HEROES Episode 2

While the search for Trunk continues, Goku, Vegeta, and Mai cross path with a mysterious foe who wields a weird KI.

Even though I got some flack for my review for this point, It’s worth repeating. Dragon Ball Heroes continues to be a massive disappointment. Just because they said that this is what we would be getting, doesn’t mean that we have to eat it up you are some mindless drone.

I give the episode this; It’s far better than the pilot episode. The animation is of higher quality, the action (the little that they manage to squeeze in) was far more engaging, even though I still felt like watched an episode chopped into pieces. The ending just frustrated me since it looked like it would finally be interesting The biggest question I have about this is why on earth does it take two weeks for them to crank out the second episode when they were able to crank out one episode of Super, that was double the length every week (that is if the release room between the pilot and this is anything …

Pilot Review: FAIRY TAIL: 100 YEAR QUEST

Before the review starts, I want to add this. I’m going to review the previous installation. It’s coming later due to my schedule. But that doesn’t mean that I want to skip the chance of another pilot review. This time for the “real” sequel to Hiro Mashimas most popular work called Fairy Tail, with the sequel called Fairytail 100 Years Quest.

The story begins a time after the big war that occurred at the end of the predecessor. Natsu and his group have decided to take a shot at the 100 years quest. A quest that no magician been able to finish.

It was quite the treat to return to the madmen that are the guild members of Fairy Tail. The art style, just like Eden Zero, is classic Mashima arts tyle. Maybe even more than his current science fiction adventure. The pilot chapter for 100 years quest is a simplistic but solid start for the new adventures of Natsu and his crazy acquaintances.

I have one “negative” with this chapter. I use quotations because the negative is more of a fear. With …

Review: EDENS ZERO Chapter 4

In Chapter four, we follow our protagonists searching for a professor called Professor Wize. But something is not like it first seems to be.

This chapter is probably the best yet. It’s as simplistic as the previous one but yet had you leaving wanting for more like a good episode (or in this cause a chapter). You even get some small bit of knowledge of what is likely going to be the “Dragon Balls” of this franchise, which I certainly liked.

If we get more chapters like this, this has strong chances to be something really good.  I certainly hope that Hiro Mashima proofs me right that he is a George Lucas of this time, but work around the flaws that Lucas refused to do during the prequel trilogy.

I give this chapter 8/10

Have you read this chapter, and if so what did you think about it? Comment below and let us know or tweet at us at @WOBAMEnt

Christopher McQuarrie Addresses Potential to Direct MAN OF STEEL 2 or GREEN LANTERN CORPS

After the debacle that occurred when Christopher McQuarrie and Star Wars director Rian Johnson started a conversation on Twitter, the Mission: Impossible - Fallout director came out saying that he lost interest in doing a comic book movie. However, if a recent interview is any indicator, McQuarrie has changed his mind about the subject matter.

Talking to Screen Rant, he says "To me, I'm interested in a good story. That's really what it is. I mean, when Man of Steel came up, it was because somebody had asked me, did I want to work with Henry [Cavill] again? Which I would in a second. I go through the door that opens."

He later adds when they ask him about the notion of Tom Cruise maybe joining as Green Lantern. "You know, I got to say, Tom and I have never talked about it. We always kind of talk about what we're working on or what we're talking about working on next. I think, again, I think if you show them a good story, I think if you showed him a really…

JOKER Casting Breakdown Reveals New Character

According to GWW/Omega Underground, we have some new information about the upcoming Joker movie. Information about a character called Mr Warner.

“MR. WARNER Supporting Male (60-70) [MR. WARNER] male, Caucasian, 60s, a deeply-tanned, hair dyed so black it was almost blue, highly successful, New York City businessman, rumored to be running for Mayor. He’s a public figure in the city and a symbol of wealth [STRONG SUPPORTING]”
While this isn’t any form of confirmation, it's possible that this character is Rupert Thorne, a former businessman turned corrupt politician.  Ruper Thorne is a villain having his first appearance in Detective Comics #469. He is also a recurring villain in Batman: The Animated Series, and one of the villains in the movie Mystery of the Batwoman.

What do you think of this? Comment below and let us know or tweet us at @WOBAMEnt.

Rumor: Will Maria Hill Appear in SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME?

My spider sense is sensing something. It’s some news about Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Unless Numan Acar trolled us all with Instagram hashtags, it looks like we have got some indirect confirmation of a few actors. Namely Jack Gyllenhaal (Mysterio), Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), and Cobie Smulders (Maria Hill).

This post is the first time we heard Maria Hill in the mix of names for this particular film. But considering she is Nick Fury's closest ally, it might not be that surprising.

Maria Hill has been a recurring character in the MCU. She most recently appeared in Avengers: Infinity War, where she was among the characters who were dusted in The Snap. But, it looks like she won't be gone for long.

What do you think of this whole thing? Comment below and let us know, or tweet at us at @WOBAMEnt.

🚨🚨🚨 BREAKING NEWS 🚨🚨🚨 . JAKE GYLLENHAAL WIL BE MYSTERIO IN SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME, MARIA HILL (@cobiesmulders) will also make an appearance on the film. . Thank you @numanoffi…