Far From Home will feature Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders.
Jackson had already suggested he would be returning, with a none-too-subtle Instagram post a few weeks back, location-marked as Watford, where the Spidey sequel has been filming. He also included Jake Gyllenhaal as a hashtag as well, seemingly confirming his reported role as the villain Mysterio, but that's something that has yet to be officially announced.
Ford Announces Buck-a-Beer Plan
Doug Ford promised 'Buck-a-Beer, ' and now that he's premier he's delivering on that promise quite quickly. The new price will not apply to draft beer sold in restaurants and bars or ciders, spirits and wine.
The end of Infinity War has left moviegoers with a ton of questions, but it's safe to say that given how big of a role some of the heroes in the movie play in the MCU, Infinity War's sequel is expected to reveal how the heroes managed to undo everything that Thanos has done. In today's Nerdist News, we're looking at the Russo's official explanation about Spider-Man's final Infinity War scene and how it came about.
Stay tuned for more on Spider-Man: Far From Home as further updates roll in.
The last time we saw Nick Fury and Maria Hill, they were blowing around NY in a pile of dust at the end of Infinity War, the final victims of Thanos' deadly finger snap. The Russos confirmed that theory and added Peter Parker's child-like reaction and refusal to simply accept his fate also played a part.
Kroenke offers to buy whole of Arsenal in £1.8bn deal
Usmanov, who has made several attempts to buy out his rival in the past, will receive £550million for his stake in the club. Kroenke first took a share in Arsenal in 2007, and has gradually grown his share in the club, which now stands at 67%.
Incredibly, you'd be wrong: though we've long known that Tom Holland would be returning as Peter Parker in next year's Spider-Man: Far From Home, it now turns out that both Smulders and Jackson will also be reprising their MCU roles in Jon Watts' film.
Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters on July 5, 2019.
Ruby Rose to play Batwoman in 'Arrowverse'
In the post-Crisis comics, Kate Kane is a Jewish LBGTQ character - one of the first openly gay personas in the DC universe. The CW was reportedly on the hunt for an out lesbian actress to portray Batwoman and found their flawless heroine in Rose.
James Anderson hit in face by golf ball from his own shot
India will now look to bounce back when they take on England in the second match of the series, beginning August 9 at the Lord's. Luckily, no major damage was caused as Stuart Broad , who was also present at the venue, recorded the entire incident.
Gates admits he cheated on wife at Manafort trial
Gates' earlier testimony on Tuesday, meanwhile, centered on how Ukrainian businessmen paid Manafort for his consultancy work. Downing also asked Gates if he had submitted personal expenses to President Donald Trump's inaugural committee.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 cases already on sale
The latest leaks have also suggested that Galaxy Note 9 could come in 128GB and 512GB internal storage options. S Pen, the stylus bundled with Samsung Galaxy Note phones, is also set to get a major upgrade this year.
Paul Pogba angered by José Mourinho's view of World Cup exploits
Ferdinand, who made more than 450 appearances for the club, wants Pogba to stay and Spurs defender Toby Alderweireld to come in. Manchester United have confirmed that Marcus Rashford will wear the club's iconic number 10 jersey when the new season begins.
Oscars To Launch A New 'Popular Film' Category
The 91st Annual Academy Awards, honoring the film achievements of 2018, will take place February 24, 2019. They argue the change "will not affect awards eligibility dates or the voting process".
Trump Tweets 'Tariffs Are Working,' Can Pay Down Debt
China is proposing a 25% tariff on imports of United States liquefied natural gas, a major blow to an emerging American business. Similar to crude oil and LNG, coal was another area where Trump could have made a difference to USA exports to China.