March 27, 2023

An Ice Age Comicon with Ming Chen

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Tonight! Thomas is back from Planet Comicon, James Gunn’s Superman, Owen Wilson talks Loki Season two, New Star Wars movies in the works, and an interview with Comic Book Men’s Ming Chen. All that and more on this edition of Multiverse Tonight!

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Tonight! James Gunn’s Superman, Owen Wilson talks Loki Season two, New Star Wars movies in the works, and an interview with Comic Book Men’s Ming Chen. All that and more on this edition of Multiversr Tonight!

I'm, of course, your host Thomas Townley. And well, we're back from Planet Comic Con. It was a cold planet, comic Con this year. It snowed. It rained. Saturday was miserably cold, so cold that we had taken Uber. I'm happy to get on the streetcar and walk to the convention. I think it's a neat way to get around. I think it's also a cheap way to get around. But unfortunately, this year it was just too cold on Saturday.

So we opted for an Uber to get to the con. Friday was actually better than Saturday. Friday was warmer. So we actually just bundled up and went to the con. We rented a storage locker, which if there are those pop up lockers at any convention, you're going to get one, especially if it's cold, it's wintertime because that's great place to stash your coats. You don't have to carry your coat around Friday. Got the review of Ming Chen, which will be on this edition.

Or not the hitchhiker, the guy whose car broke down in Clue. So I got that one. I love Clue. Clue is one of my favorite movies. I was going to get Richard Dreyfuss's autograph, but I had a friend who was in line for that autograph when we came on Saturday because for some reason he can only be a Saturday and Sunday. And he had already been in line for 2 hours. We walked around the floor and an hour later he had barely moved.


James Gunn is officially making Superman: Legacy his next directorial vehicle. Gunn has been writing the feature since before he became the co-head of DC Studios in November, and it was widely expected he would direct, though it was unclear given his duties overseeing the expanding DC slate with partner Peter Safran.

Superman: Legacy will be the first big-screen feature of the Gunn-Safran era. Warner Bros. has the project dated for July 11, 2025.

Gunn explained that he hesitated to take on a Superman movie, even though he was offered the character before ultimately taking on The Suicide Squad for Warners. “I initially said no because I didn’t have a way in that felt unique and fun and emotional that gave Superman the dignity he deserved,” Gunn wrote on Twitter. “Then a bit less than a year ago I saw a way in, in many ways centering around Superman’s heritage – how both his aristocratic Kryptonian parents and his Kansas farmer parents inform who he is and the choices he makes.”

Even after deciding to write, he was hesitant to direct. Explained the filmmaker: “Just because I write something doesn’t mean I feel it in my bones, visually and emotionally, enough to spend over two years directing it, especially not something of this magnitude. But, the long and the short of it is, I love this script, and I’m incredibly excited as we begin this journey.”

Notably, this Superman will not by played by Henry Cavill, the actor who portrayed the superhero in Man of Steel (2013), Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) and Justice League (2017), and who appeared in a cameo in last year’s Black Adam. While Cavill believed he would be wearing the cape for more films, after Gunn and Safran took over DC, it became apparent they would be going in a younger direction for the hero.

Superman: Legacy will mark Gunn’s first time directing an A-list superhero. He made a name for himself taking relatively unknown characters such as Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy and turning them into household names. He also elevated D-list DC characters such as Polka-Dot Man and King Shark to big-screen status in The Suicide Squad, to strong reviews.

The feature is one of the projects Gunn and Safran teased as part of what they have dubbed Chapter 1: God and Monsters, which is billed as an overarching story told via different TV shows and films. Other titles include Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow and The Authority. Also on the big screen will be titles that do not fit into their overarching continuity, such as Matt Reeves’ The Batman Part II, due out Oct. 3, 2025.


Victoria Alonso, the longtime and high-profile Marvel Studios executive whose time with the company dates back to the first Iron Man, has left the studio, multiple sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.

The reasons for the exit are unclear, but she parted ways with Marvel on Friday, sources say.

Alonso had been with the company since earliest days of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, establishing an enviable 17-year run and watching the studio grow from operating above a Mercedes-Benz dealership in Beverly Hills to being acquired by Disney. During her tenure, the MCU became the highest-grossing franchise in film history.

Alonso joined the studio in 2006 as chief of visual effects and postproduction and helped launch the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a co-producer on 2008’s Iron Man. She also served as co-producer on Iron Man 2 (2010), Thor (2011) and Captain America: The First Avenger (2011). Alonso was upped to executive producer on The Avengers (2012), the landmark film that grossed $1.5 billion and took Marvel to new heights, proving that the concept of a shared cinematic universe could really work.

Alonso has served as executive producer on Marvel’s subsequent releases and also worked on its Disney+ TV series. In 2021, she was promoted to president, physical and postproduction, visual effects and animation production.

June will be LGBTQ+ Pride Month, and superhero comics are celebrating in a pretty epic way. Last week, DC announced its plans to publish new books and variant covers in honor of Pride Month 2023, and now Marvel is joining in. On Monday, Marvel announced Marvel's Voices: Pride #1, the annual anthology that celebrates the publisher's LGBTQ+ characters and creators. This will be the third year that a Pride one-shot is published. The stories for Marvel's Voices: Pride #1 will include:

Get the scoop on an unannounced X-Men title coming later this year in a story by writer Steve Foxe and artist Rosi Kampe starring Gimmick, the breakout character from 2020's Children of the Atom!

An all-new hero takes on the mantle of "Nightshade" to protect her Chicago community in a rousing tale by writer Stephanie Williams and an exciting new artist. 

Writer Sarah Gailey makes their Marvel Comics debut with a story starring Black Cat! Join Felicia Hardy at New Orleans Pride where she has a fierce encounter with the Thieves Guild—but this time she's out for more than riches! 

Television writer Shadi Petosky (The Sandman) pens her first Marvel Comics story! Wiccan and Hulkling are on a much-needed getaway when the beloved couple finds themselves stranded. Luckily, they befriend an all-new super hero who lends a helping hand!

Author H.E. Edgmon introduces a brand-new symbiote character!

And much, much more!

Additionally, the summer of 2023 will bring the launch of a new Loki limited series and a yet-to-be-announced Fall of X title, the details of which are currently under wraps. The month will bring the debut of a number of Pride-themed variant covers — both for mainline Marvel books and the publisher's Star Wars books. 

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Owen Wilson dropped the following about Loki Season Two’s possible premiere date. Wilson recently spoke with Entertainment Tonight and teased a possible release window. 

"I guess they have kind of a little shot of Tom Hiddleston and I and Jonathan Majors from Loki season two," Wilson said when asked about the Loki teaser in the post-credits scene of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. "And I think that's coming out end of the summer or September." The actor also teased that the new season is going to "get very wild." 

Wilson added of Quan joining the cast, "I know. It's so exciting. That was incredible ... Every time I saw him winning something, it was another speech that just kind of was a tear-jerker that was so moving. And even when we were working on this last summer -- I think his character that he plays in Loki season two -- I think people will be excited, even though that was so great, obviously, the character that he won an Oscar, for I think people are going to love his character in this."

Star Trek

In an interview with SFX Magazine primarily about the third season of Star Trek: Picard, Alex Kurtzman reconfirmed that the series was always designed to run three seasons (which wraps up in just a month). However, he did indicate it is possible for storylines from the series to continue. The highlight of season three is the reintroduction of the cast from Star Trek: The Next Generation, and when specifically asked about the how actors have openly advocated carrying on in a movie, Kurtzman said:

We talk about that all the time. Is there a movie version? Doing a movie is different – it’s two hours right? So it’s different than doing 10. You know, anything is possible, truly.

Later in the interview, Kurtzman returned to the idea of carrying on these stories, suggesting they could do limited series focusing on individual characters:

By the way, even individual characters – I think we could absolutely continue to tell stories about individual characters that are set up on the show in other contexts. That’s the beauty of having a universe now is that, in a perfect world, we’re not just doing seasons of television, we’re doing event series, we’re doing single events that could be two, three hours long. I think that we are now at a place where that’s really possible.

Star Wars

Lucasfilm’s top-secret Star Wars movie to be directed by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy has lost its screenwriters Damon Lindelof and Justin Britt-Gibson, Deadline can confirm.

Details as to the film’s plot are still under wraps, though we understand that Obaid-Chinoy remains at the helm, with further details on the project to be unveiled at next month’s Star Wars Celebration in London. Sources suggest that the film is still in a solid position to be one of the first out of the gate for the franchise — if not the first — on the heels of 2019’s Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker. Disney has, in the interim, prioritized building out the Star Wars universe on the TV side, with hit shows like The Mandalorian.

Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert have directed an episode on the upcoming Disney+ Star Wars series Skeleton Crew.

The duo directed the episode before their ultimate multi-Oscar winner Everything Everywhere All at Once came out last spring, \

Skeleton Crew, which stars Jude Law, is from Spider-Man filmmaker Jon Watts and follows a group of kids during the New Republic era who are trying to find their way home in the galaxy. Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni executive produce.

The Walt Disney Company is facing “serious consequences” and possible legal action over the pink slipping this week of Marvel VFX chief Victoria Alonso.

Making it clear to Bob Iger, Kevin Feige and everyone at the House of Mouse that she is not going quietly the Oscar nominated producer has retained the services of Patty Glaser. To that end, with competing POVs on what was going on BTS, the Glaser Weil Fink Howard Avchen & Shapiro LLP partner is putting Disney on notice.

In a statement released Friday for the now former  President, Physical and Postproduction, VFX and Animation Production for Marvel Studios, the litigator, who is already taking Disney-owned LucasFilm to court for the canning of Star Wars TV series The Acolyte EP Karyn McCarthy, said:The idea that Victoria was fired over a handful of press interviews relating to a personal passion project about human rights and democracy that was nominated for an Oscar and which she got Disney’s blessing to work on is absolutely ridiculous. Victoria, a gay Latina who had the courage to criticize Disney, was silenced. Then she was terminated when she refused to do something she believed was reprehensible. Disney and Marvel made a really poor decision that will have serious consequences. There is a lot more to this story and Victoria will be telling it shortly—in one forum or another.

Disney isn’t taking that shot across the bow without a missive of their own.

“It’s unfortunate that Victoria is sharing a narrative that leaves out several key factors concerning her departure, including an indisputable breach of contract and a direct violation of company policy,” a Disney spokesperson told Deadline this evening. “We will continue to wish her the best for the future and thank her for her numerous contributions to the studio.”

Alonso still has her Possibility Is Your Superpower memoir coming out later this year on Disney imprint.

The very press-friendly Alonso, who was consistently an outspoken champion of diversity at Disney to the point where she called out then-Disney CEO Bob Chapek to “take a stand” against Florida’s anti-LGBTQ+ legislation ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill, abruptly departed earlier this week from Marvel Studios after a near two-decade run. 

And now let's go on to that Ming Chen interview. Hey everyone, thomas Townley multiverse tonight here with the fabulous Ming Chen.

Ming: How are you, my friends?

Thomas:Now, you do podcasts as well?

M:I do. And when I saw your brand and your excellent branding hat, hoodie, shirt, you're doing it right I was like, wait, you got a podcast? Are we recording? And so here we are.

T:Since Comic Book Men has been off the air, what have you been doing?

M:I've been going to a lot of Comic Con almost every weekend, which is pretty cool that they're still inviting me back. And not only am I getting ready at Comic Con, I get to go to the best ones, such as Planet Comic Con, like Far none. One of the best conventions out there. This is my third one, and I'm always honored to be back here. The promoter, Chris Jackson, I guess he sees something in me like, hey, this kid might go place me to come.

T:Well, that's excellent. So what's been the biggest thing you've seen at a Comic Con?

M:Biggest thing? I think it's just bigger stars, right? William Shatner is here. Arguably. He's definitely an icon at this point. Icon. But then we got other people from our Sci-Fi world. John Carl Esposito. Who's? Grandma not talking. Gideon. Grandma Gideon. How cool is that? I love from Breaking Bad as well. And I go all the way back to do the right thing. Any given day, Kevin Smith could be here. Like, Chris Evans could be here one day. You never know.
Yeah, I was having a discussion with a friend this morning.

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M: Okay, thank you. Thank you. But yeah, back in the day, I think it's probably about the same age when we were going to Con. Maybe they have, like, one guest there from some show you saw 20 years.

T:And ladies and gentlemen, folks, this man is only a few months older than I am. You're born 74, right? I was born 76.

M:Amazing. We're in the prime of our ages, my friends. But not only that, I think we grew up in the prime of geek. Them as well.

T:Exactly. I mean, the 80s was a huge geek trove. The 90s as well.

M:And isn't great how the 80s? Are they're just all back now? The kids think we're cool because they're like stranger things. Like Dustin and Mikey guys playing D and D in the basement, that was us.

T:That was us.

M:And riding the bikes in the neighborhood and going on adventures, that was totally us. And I think the kids think we're cool because we did that, because they don't do that anymore.

T:I've never been cool.

M:I disagree. You have a podcast. You're creating content. I think you're cool. And you're cool because okay, so we're going to go through the pod deck now. Okay.

T:We're going to hit the interesting question.


T:For sure.

M:Wow. What could possibly come up in the pod deck? What could it be?

T:And before I ask that, how's Kevin doing since he's been sober?

M:Kevin's great. For anyone who doesn't know, kevin was probably one of the biggest potheads I've ever met. He was constantly high, smoked every day, and went through great lengths to smoke really good stuff. And then lo and behold he went on Instagram about a week ago, said he stopped cold turkey. He'd been sober for about five weeks, so we're into week six or seven now. I've not seen him since then, but I applaud the decision.
I think he just said he got tired of being in a hole, literally. Yeah. I'm interested to just have a clear conversation with him now.

T:I will admit, as being someone's listening to Kevin's podcast, when he was on pot, he did tend to ramble. Ramble.

M:He went on tangents. He laughed a lot, which is not a bad thing, but I think I'll take any Kevin Smith but now exactly. He hasn't been not high in years, so I'm very interested to see what happens.

T:All right, so got our pod deck here. Now let's get an interesting question. All right.

M:What do we got here?

T:What living person do you most despise?

M:Wow. That's a great question. Wow. Trying to think of what evil dictators are out there still that are still wreaking havoc on us. Maybe like Vladimir Putin. He's been kind of evil invading poor Ukraine just because he wants their resources. Yeah. But in general, I'm a lover, not a fighter, so I try not to hate anybody, because you never know when you'll cross paths. Right, exactly. I may need some Russian stuff from Putin. Probably not likely Kim Jong UN or Il, whatever the yeah, I think he's spending money on himself and not helping his people. I think he would probably be my answer.

T:Exactly. What is your most treasured possession?

M:Oh, man. And we're at a convention, so that's a very relevant question. I got a couple of things I can name. My Star Wars poster signed by Carrie Fisher. Definitely one of my most prized possessions. I have a dogma poster signed in the early days by Kevin Smith and Scott Moser with a very personal message on there, which I absolutely love as well. Those would probably be two things I really adore. I have a Karate Kid poster signed by Ralph Machio, William Zapka, and Martin Cole. I love that.

That's one of my most prized possessions as well. And those are the three things I could think of offhand. I have a clerk's program guide from the Cann Film Festival from 1994. Like, nobody has that. It was a gift from Kevin from back in the day.

T:One of my prized possessions. I have a wall of autographs in my studio. Yes, and you were the first one, I hung up right in the corner.

M:Thank you.

T:Man. You are above William Shatner.

M:Wow, he went to space.

T:William Shatner I put behind the door right up front.

M:Thank you. You're welcome. Awesome.

T:Let's see. If you decide to get cremated, where would you want your ashes spread?

M:That's a great question. I probably divide it up into several places. Probably a body of water, maybe the things like the ocean makes me happy. I would sprinkle a little in front of the comic book shop. I think it's a very important part of my life. And then Camden Yards are home in the Baltimore Orioles a little bit. They probably frown upon that, but a little sprinkling on the baseball field would be cool. Yeah, those are probably my top three places.

T:And finally, which magazine would you like to be on the cover of?

M:To be on the COVID Wow, that's a great question as well, just because it sounds so unlikely by the Sports Illustrated. Really cool. I'm old. I haven't had done anything athletic recently. I don't know why I would wind up on there, but it would be cool to be on there with, like, Michael Jordan or LeBron James or Patrick Holmes. I don't know why I would be on there, but yeah, that would be cool.

T:All right, well, Ming Chen, thank you for joining us today, and we'll see you again sometime.

M:Yes, I'll see you in the multiverse, my friends. Multiverse tonight. The best podcast in the universe, or the multiverse.

T:And now back to me in the studio. And we thank Ming Chen for giving us that interview at Plant Comic Con. That was a real treat, that was. Also, I really have to thank Google for their Google Pixel Six because I forgot my microphone that day. And so we just went ahead with recording it from the Pixel Six. And pixel. Six worked tremendous. I mean, it it captured the audio perfectly. I mean, you know, so thank you, Google, for making such a such a good phone.

And again, thanks, Ming Chen, for that interview and agreeing to be on the show. Let's get on with the geek news.


Kumail Nanjiani, Patton Oswalt, comedian James Acaster and Emily Alyn Lind have joined the cast of the live-action sequel to Sony Pictures’ hit film, Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Gil Kenan is directing, and the previous pic’s cast including Paul Rudd and Carrie Coon will return as the setting shifts to the original films’ New York City and firehouse.

Jason Reitman, who directed the 2021 pic, will move into the writer-producer role alongside co-scribe Kenan and Jason Blumenfeld.

Not much is known about the sequel, but sources say the plan is to return to New York City and the iconic firehouse made famous in the original Ghostbusters films. It is slated for a December 2023 release.

Rashida Jones has joined Kate McKinnon to star in  In the Blink of Eye, a sci-fi drama that Andrew Stanton is directing for Searchlight Pictures.

Stanton is known for his animated classics WALL-E and Finding Nemo but is going live-action with a story that seeks to explore no less than the entire history of the world and tackle the nature of life, love, hope and connection.

Colby Day (Spaceman) wrote the script that focuses on three intersecting storylines with Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar and Paul Thomas Anderson’s Magnolia mentioned as touchstones. Jones’ character is an anthropology professor who is taking care of her dying mother.

The origin story of Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong, the pioneering comedians whose 1978 film Up in Smoke has transcended cult status, is getting its own big-screen treatment.

Todd Lieberman’s Hidden Pictures is partnering with Marin and Chong, Underground and Five All in the Fifth Entertainment on a feature biopic about the comedy duo.

Cheech and Chong came to prominence in the ’70s and ’80s, becoming synonymous with stoner culture by riffing on and lifting up the counterculture of the time, from hippies to (of course) cannabis. Their combined output included successful stand-up shows, comedy albums and low-budget feature films, including Up in Smoke, Cheech and Chong’s Next Movie (1980) and Nice Dreams (1981).

Spawn's upcoming movie has a brand new update from Todd McFarlane. The creator says that this Spawn will be a bigger budget movie with A-list talent attached in an interview with's Chris Killian on the new That's Collectibles Show. During their conversation, the topic of the beloved 90s franchise had to come up. A long time ago, McFarlane argued that his Spawn project would be a lower scale affair. However, the success of multiple more "mature" comic book properties have changed things a bit. From reports of Jamie Foxx's involvement previously to today's statements, things are looking bright for the Spawn movie.

"My original plan has gotten tripped up a bit," McFarlane revealed. "You deal with a lot, given Hollywood. None of that should be surprising. But, you start bringing on A-list people. And we're bringing on A-list people. Not just one, but multiple A-list people. And, it's going to continue to grow. You're going to sell it to a studio, and then it's going to grow some more. What they're not going to want is to do a cheap, low-budget movie with all of these big name people on it. That's not why they're signing up. They're not looking for a big extravaganza. But, they're also not looking for an 8 million dollar horror movie budget."

"Then, the piece that I have to be realistic about is, once someone says yes, we take all these people and a decent amount of money, there's the chance that they buy multiple movies up-front," he continued. "They're not going to want a first time director. That's the piece, if I got one craw in me, that's it. If I'm the CEO, if I'm practical about it, I wouldn't take that deal either… They're going to have a lot at risk, because of the deal we cut with them. THey're going to want to get it back, they're going to want to get a professional director… I knew that was part of the reality."

Justin Roiland, the Rick and Morty co-creator whose animation empire came crashing down in the wake of domestic violence charges being leveled against him in Orange County, has been cleared of those charges.

“This case was dismissed as a result of insufficient evidence to prove the case beyond a reasonable doubt,” said Orange County District Attorney’s office spokesperson Kimberly Edds.

Calling the development “justice,” Roiland said in his statement, “I have always known that these claims were false — and I never had any doubt that this day would come.” The creator added, “I’m thankful that this case has been dismissed but, at the same time, I’m still deeply shaken by the horrible lies that were reported about me during this process. Most of all, I’m disappointed that so many people were so quick to judge without knowing the facts.” He claimed the source of the allegations was an “embittered ex” who tried to “bypass due process and have me ‘canceled.’ ”

In the weeks after the 2020 charges were first revealed in an NBC News article in January, Adult Swim (which distributes Roiland’s hit Rick and Morty) and Hulu (distributor of Solar Opposites, which Roiland co-created, and Koala Man, which Roiland executive produced) cut ties with Roiland. Roiland additionally resigned from Squanch Games, the developer he co-founded in 2016. Roiland had pled not guilty to the charges.

Also in the wake of the news about the charges, multiple women came forward on social media with lewd messages they claimed to have been sent by Roiland. And in an investigation in The Hollywood Reporter, colleagues described workplace behavior that they said had troubled them, including bringing a porn star through the Rick and Morty writers room and one alleged instance of sexual harassment during Rick and Morty‘s third season.

Norman Steinberg, the Emmy-winning screenwriter who teamed with Mel Brooks on Blazing Saddles and My Favorite Year and wrote for the Michael Keaton-starring Mr. Mom and Johnny Dangerously, has died. He was 83.

Steinberg died March 15 at his Hudson Valley home in upstate New York, his family announced.

Steinberg also wrote Yes, Giorgio (1982), starring Italian opera star Luciano Pavarotti in his feature acting debut, and co-wrote Funny About Love (1990), directed by Leonard Nimoy and starring Gene Wilder and Christine Lahti

The Brooklyn native and former lawyer won his Emmy very early in his career, for his work on a Flip Wilson variety show.

"The Wire" star Lance Reddick, 60, died Friday, his publicist said.

Mia Hansen, the actor's publicist, said Reddick "passed away suddenly" and that it was from "natural causes." She did not provide further details.

"Lance will be greatly missed. Please respect his family’s privacy at this time," Hansen said in a statement.

The Baltimore native was best known for his portrayal of a hometown police lieutenant, Cedric Daniels, in the acclaimed HBO drama "The Wire," which ran from 2002 to 2008. He was also featured in the "John Wick" movie franchise.

His career started with small roles, including parts in the Denzel Washington movie "The Siege" in 1998, and on television's "West Wing" in the late '90s and into the early '00s.

Reddick also had a recurring role on television's "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit."

Reddick's performance opened for him network television roles ("Lost," "Fringe") and big-screen hits ("White House Down"). He also starred in "Bosch."

Most recently, Reddick starred as Charon in the John Wick movie franchise. The movie's stars are in the midst of a press tour for "John Wick: Chapter 4" ahead of its March 24 release.

Riddick also voiced Vindicator Alan Rails on Rick and Morty.

He is survived by his wife, Stephanie Reddick, and children Yvonne Nicole and Christopher Reddick.

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