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Steven S. DeKnight Politely Declines The Possibility Of Directing Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol.3

Disney has made it pretty clear that they will absolutely not rehire James Gunn for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. It has been well established that the reason he was fired was based on multiple old tweets of jokes involving pedophilia and rape that were unearthed and reposted on social media. Despite a large fan outcry and multiple support from celebrities, which includes the cast and crew of Guardians of the Galaxy, Disney has refused to reconsider and decided to stand firm with their decision to fire James Gunn. With Gunn out of the picture, fans have all attempted to
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‘The Punisher’ Season Two Wraps Filming

Pack up your guns, everyone, The Punisher season two has officially wrapped. According to an Instagram post by Jason R. Moore, who plays Frank’s friend Curtis Hoyle; filming has officially finished. The second season to the explosive first season was lastly filming in Albany, NY which promised some truly crazy scenes. And based on other behind the scenes photos, the show has seemed to up the ante in what we can expect. View this post on Instagram Curtis – Director – Frank. it’s a wrap! #thepunisher A post shared by Jason R. Moore (@jasonmooreofficial) on Aug 11, 2018 at 1:04am
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Punisher’s Stunt Coordinator Talks Those Brutal Fight Scenes

Marvel’s The Punisher was no doubt, the most violent Netflix MCU show taking place within the Defenders Universe. It’s Frank Castle’s standalone series, did we expect anything less from the character who hung men from meat hooks and fired off buckshot rounds into an Irish mobster’s face in Daredevil season two? The show hadn’t even premiered yet, when it was pulled from NYCC and its release was delayed to the Las Vegas shooting, because viewers and executives knew how violent the series was. Despite all this, the violence in The Punisher has a purpose. Emmy nominated stunt coordinator Thom Williams
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The Punisher and Bushmaster: From Villains to Anti-Heroes

If you’ve read any of my previous articles, it is probably a known fact that I am a Frank Castle fan. Originally making his appearance on Daredevil season 2, Jon Bernthal blew everyone away with his performance to the point that the Jeph Loeb ordered a spin-off series soon after the premiere of Daredevil’s second season. When we first meet the Punisher, he was a terrifying contrast to Daredevil and someone who could easily take down the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen. Throughout the season, we began sympathizing more for Castle, realizing his killing spree wasn’t random, and that he did have
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Has Wilson Bethel Been Confirmed as Villain Bullseye?

While actor Wilson Bethel had been brought on to Daredevil as early as last November, his character had never officially been revealed. His role had been described as “pivotal” and “who will play a critical role in the conflict” between Daredevil and Wilson Fisk. Still, we all know that Marvel likes misleading us fans, in a good way of course; to ensure that we are truly surprised when they do decide to release their episodes. In a post on Instagram, though; it seems that Bethel may have unofficially been announced as the well-known villain Bullseye. If you look at the hashtags,
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Were Billy Russo’s Motives Villainous or Just Selfish?

“Maybe this article is a bit taboo; after all, I’m a huge Frank Castle fan. During the entirety of Daredevil season two, I supported every kill The Punisher had. I rooted for him to take down every person involved in the murder of his family in the spin-off show, The Punisher. In the comics, Billy Russo and Frank Castle are enemies right off the bat and it would be easier if they went that route to just want Castle to put down the villain now known as Jigsaw. But, then they had to cast Ben Barnes and give him an
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‘Daredevil’ Season 3 Confirmed for 2018 Release

Four new seasons of Marvel original shows on Netflix. You heard that right. Not only did we have Luke Cage and Jessica Jones season two with Iron Fist’s second season on the way, but it seems like we’re also getting Daredevil’s highly anticipated season three. The Devil of Hell’s kitchen is the street-level hero who started this whole thing and his third year has been waited on for some time, with fans believing we’d probably not see him again until 2019 considering we’re already getting three in 2018. But, Netflix’s initiative to produce these shows out faster seems to be
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