Star Wars Celebration 2019 is packed with breaking news about the future of the Star Wars franchise - here are all the biggest headlines.
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Comic book readers complained that Captain America: Civil War should have been done with a bigger cast - but Marvel had to do it in Phase 3.
Star Wars Celebration 2019 included a panel dedicated to The Mandalorian - so what secrets were revealed about the live-action show?
Marvel is finally pushing ahead with the solo Black Widow movie - but how have the previous Avengers films set this up over the years?
The first trailer for Star Wars 9 reveals the title - The Rise Of Skywalker - and a lot more. Discover the biggest story reveals in our breakdown.
David F. Sandberg's Shazam is the best film in the entire DCEU to date, effortlessly playing to the strengths of the shared universe.
The Disney+ streaming service will boast a catalog of Marvel, Star Wars, and Pixar content - with over 500 movies and 7,500 episodes by late 2021.
The Mandalorian, the first ever live-action Star Wars TV series, will be available on Disney+ from launch on November 12, 2019.
The Avengers have a plan to deal with Thanos at the very beginning of Endgame - so what happens if this first plan succeeds?
Star Wars 9's panel at Celebration 2019 promises big reveals (and hopefully a title and trailer). Here's when it is and how to watch online.
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Netflix's The Umbrella Academy was officially the most in-demand superhero TV show of March 2019 - beating out even the Arrowverse.
The Phoenix Force is about to take center-stage in X-Men: Dark Phoenix - so here's everything you need to know about Jean Grey's worst nightmare.
Fans have speculated that Star Trek: Discovery's Control could secretly be the origin of the Borg - and it seems the cast wonder that too.
Doctor Strange is the only Marvel movie to contain a subtle reference to the Marvel Netflix shows - perhaps it really is all connected after all.
Shazam! looks set to be another success for the DCEU - but what does it mean for the future of the shared universe, and for Shazam 2?
According to Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ultron will only be destroyed in his final form - and Spider-Man: Homecoming proves a drone survived.