Like fellow MCU members Mark Ruffalo and Josh Brolin, Jeremy Renner also decided to share a post to celebrate Halloween night with a wonderful Hawkeye-themed pumpkin.
The image, which you can find below, was originally posted by ThePumpkinGeek, an account of an artist specializing in creating Halloween pumpkins themed from movies and TV series called Alex Wer. In his profile there are also some suggestive photos dedicated to heroes of the MCU like Captain America and Tom Holland and to many other icons of the big and small screen like R2D2 and Harry Potter.
As for Renner’s commitments to Marvel Studios, now it is only a matter of time before the start of filming Hawkeye, a series centered on the Avengers member that will also see the debut of his heir, Kate Bishop, a character of which It is not. The interpreter has yet to be announced. According to the latest reports, the series should go into production after Thanksgiving at the Atlanta studios, where the filming of Spider-Man 3 also takes place in this period.
Meanwhile, descriptions of 9 Hawkeye characters have emerged, but the plot has yet to be revealed. What do you expect from the Disney + series? Let us know in the comments.
Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure: Here’s Jolyne Kujo Animated In This Fan Made Trailer
Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure He recently landed on Netflix with So Spoke Rohan Kishibe, but fans are waiting for an even bigger event. After the end of Jojo’s fifth season, Vento Aureo, fans have been waiting for news about the development of Stone Ocean.
Season 6 will feature the fantastic Jolyne Kujo, daughter of Jotaro Kujo. Young Jolyne will have to escape from a maximum security prison, the premiere of a series that has gifted us with some of the most iconic stands in the entire series.
Jolyne is a character with unique characteristics and a look that reminds us of singer Billie Eilish, not only because she is the only girl who is part of the Joestar lineage, but also thanks to her character and abilities, amplified by the power of her stand. , Free of stones. In addition to the classic barrage of punches passed down between the Jojos, Jolyne’s stand is capable of transforming her body into a series of threads., a power that is much more useful than it seems, especially when Jolyne tries to prove her innocence to everyone, as she is accused of a crime she never committed. Unfortunately for our protagonist, this will not be her only task.
Reddit user MomoYeah shared this amazing fan-made trailer, which makes us feel like Stone Ocean has already come out! In fact, the sixth season could be released in April, coinciding with the big Joestar The Inherited Soul event, described as one of Jojo’s biggest themed events. At the moment, there has been no official confirmation from David Production, but we are keeping our fingers crossed waiting for the big announcement!
One Piece receives praise for its filler episodes
The original manga series of Eiichiro Oda, One piece, is one of the longest running series currently in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump, and over its 20-plus years has introduced fans to a wide world of characters and lore.
This includes adaptation to anime of the series, which has always taken the opportunity to develop more of what happens in the original Oda series. This has been especially the case with the Wano Country series arc, which has been able to further break down the new ideas introduced in the manga.
The One Piece anime has gotten a bad rap among fans for its original (filler) content, but it’s held in high regard these days, especially given how Oden’s big flashback is evolving.
One Piece triumphs with its new filling
The main core of the beginning of the third act is a flashback that reveals the type of person he was. Kozuki Oden. The latest series of One Piece episodes has started to reveal the kind of ties it has with some of the more prominent characters in the franchise overall; What White beard Y Goal D Roger.
The rhythm of the anime has been at the center of the debate for a while, but it works wonders here. While the original flashback Oden became one of the longest pieces in the overall Wano Country arc, also incredibly important to the future of the series.
The anime makes sure to emphasize that fact, as it takes a pace a little slower to build each and every crucial part of Oden’s past, as well as how he relates to Wano and beyond.
The anime version of Kozuki Oden is much more impressive. Oden not only literally comes to life in the adaptation, but we can also see the character in small everyday moments.
With this we also get more of Akazaya Nine’s past and that will come into play even more with the rest of the third act. Truth news reminds you that you can watch One Piece anime on Crunchyroll.
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Demon Slayer: here is the metallic version of the first opening Gurenge
Murderer of demons It probably wouldn’t be as popular without its opening Gurenge, by Japanese singer LiSA, who has hit the charts and several records since its release. A fan of the series wanted to pay tribute to the famous opening with a metallic version.
The artist in question is Thai McGrath, who did an extraordinary job in conceiving and creating this adaptation of the song that accompanied the adventures of Tanjiro, Nezuko and the other protagonists of Demon Slayer, and in the video of the performance we can also find some cosplay!
Although we have no news of any, it could be the artist who gives the voice to the theme song of the second season., we can think that LiSA will be involved again, given the worldwide success that the first acronym had. In fact, the artist has also created a song for the movie Demon Slayer: Mugen Train, “Homura”. The single accompanied our protagonists Tanjiro, Nezuko, Zenitsu and Inosuke in this supernatural train, accompanied by the Hashira of the flame, Rengoku.
The manga is over ending the adventure of the Kamado brothers and leaving a lot of material to adapt to anime. Meanwhile, the leads of Demon Slayer hail from Japanese McDonald’s and here are a few reasons why Demon Slayer should have a live-action adaptation.