When it was announced that Sony and Disney would be working together to bring Spider-Man into the MCU, it was a huge deal. Sony has attempted several Spider-Man movies in the past, but due to the fact that it existed separate to other Marvel movies, it always felt that something was not right.
The partnership has since spawned two very successful movies, with Spider-Man: Far From Home earning over $1 billion. Unfortunately, as you might have heard, that partnership seems o have come to an end, where negotiations between Sony and Disney have broken down, resulting in Spider-Man being taken out of the MCU.
HIGASHI-CHICHIBU, Saitama Prefecture--As if by the magic of anime, a series of beloved characters of Studio Ghibli Inc., including Totoro, Kaonashi (No-Face) and witch Kiki, have mysteriously appeared on a mossy wall along a mountain road here.
The artwork has drawn attention on the Internet and led to an increasing number of visitors.
MELBOURNE, Australia--Japan's Kei Nishikori moved swiftly into the fourth round of the Australian Open on Saturday after beating Joao Sousa of Portugal 7-6(6) 6-1 6-2.
The comfortable victory came as a relief to the eighth seed and former U.S. Open finalist after he battled through consecutive five-set matches in the opening rounds.
A lot of us are guilty about griping about how long games take to be released. However there are some of us who do not have the luxury of time, such as Chris Taylor who has been diagnosed with cancer and has been told that he is terminally ill, meaning that he does not have much time left in this world.
Superfly's new single "Gifts" will drop in stores on October 10.
The title track was written as the set piece for the junior high school section of the '85th NHK National School Music Contest.' It's a medium-tempo ballad that shows both kindness and strength. Besides this, the single will include a new song titled "Happy Day" and a live track of "Gifts." It will be available in three different types: Regular Edition, Limited Edition, and Fan Club Edition.
Soccer fans in Tokyo cheered as the national teams from Japan and Belgium competed in their round of 16 match at the FIFA 2018 World Cup underway in Russia.
About 400 people gathered at a public viewing event near Tokyo Tower before sunrise on Tuesday morning to watch the game on a large television screen. Many of them wore "Samurai Blue" uniforms to support the Japanese team.
Jubilant soccer fans have overrun a famous intersection near Tokyo's Shibuya Station in reaction to Japan's advance to the knockout stage of the World Cup finals in Russia.
The progress to the last 16 prompted supporters wearing the blue uniforms of the national squad to swarm onto the scramble intersection and chant "Japan!"