The Pulse: Collecting the Biggest News of the Week of December 5th-11th

It’s time for another edition of The Pulse. Because you were too busy to read it the first time, we wrote it a second time, in an order that might surprise you.

Marvel Rumor Round-Up

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As I said on Twitter, we have entered the Wild West age of Marvel Studios’ projects being spoiled. At this point, no spoiler is too big and multiple projects had big spoilers leaked this week. You can check them out here:

Cowboy Bebop Gets Whac-A-Mole’d At Netflix

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Netflix’s live-action adaptation of the iconic sci-fi anime series, Cowboy Bebop, is dead after one season. Read our review before it becomes a collector’s item.

Michael, not Kenny, G. to score ‘Thor 4’

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Michael Giacchino, who has scored at least a half dozen Pixar projects and a handful of Marvel Studios projects, including all the Spidey films, revealed he is now scoring Thor: Love and Thunder. Wait until you guys find out about his next project for Marvel! It’s a howling big deal.

Let There Be More Venom

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Sideshow Amy Pascal confirmed this week, to literally nobody’s surprise, that the studio was developing a third Venom film. The two films have inexplicably built a huge fanbase and made a metric shit ton of money, so a third film, featuring Tom Holland, would probably somehow become the biggest money maker of all-time for Sony.

‘Wonder Woman 3’ Headed for a Potential 2024 Debut

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WW director Patty Jenkins has been on, off, in and out of a lot of films recently. A new report from one of the trades indicates that she’s still on Wonder Woman 3 and that it’ll start production in 2023, making a 2024 release date a possibility.

Destin Daniel Cretton Signs a Ryan Coogler-esque Deal with Disney

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Shang-Chi director Destin Daniel Cretton signed a new deal with Disney that will see him develop, among many other things, the Shang-Chi sequel and a Disney+ Shang-Chi spinoff.

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