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Disney+ Working On Daredevil Series

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Marvel Studios is finally going forward with a Daredevil series for Disney+ after multiple teasers of characters from Netflix’s Daredevil show in its own material.

Going Strong

According to many sources, Matt Corman and Chris Ord have been tapped to create and executive produce a series that will be remarkable for being the first of the Netflix Marvel shows to have a new yet continuing series.

Getting Those Ratings

Daredevil, which lasted three seasons and starred Charlie Cox as blind avenging attorney Matt Murdock, nicknamed Daredevil, was one of the streamer’s most popular shows.

Meanwhile, the Kingpin, played by Vincent D’Onofrio, was revealed to be the main antagonist in Marvel’s blockbuster series Hawkeye, which premiered late last year. The Netflix shows have now been shifted to Disney+, and they are more mature than the average Marvel show, let alone Disney+ content.

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Jennette McCurdy Opens Up About Disagreements with Ariana Grande During Nickelodeon Days

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In a recent interview, Ariana Grande’s Sam & Cat co-star Jennette McCurdy admitted that she occasionally felt “jealous” of how the singer was treated.

The Opportunities

In her memoir, McCurdy, 30, discusses her time at Nickelodeon. She asserts that although she had to decline other jobs while working on iCarly, Grande was given permission to miss the production of Sam & Cat in order to participate in other shoots and events.

Leading Up to It

McCurdy said she quickly became ‘jealous’ and ‘pissed’ with Grande as a result of the singer being able to forego shooting in order to attend other events.

The last straw, according to McCurdy, came when her former co-star confessed she had spent the previous evening playing charades at Tom Hanks’ house when she arrived at work. It was difficult not to compare her professional path to Grande’s.

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Fans Shocked Over The Weeknd’s Speaking Voice

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After a video of The Weeknd meeting a fan surfaced on social media, fans of the Canadian artist are in disbelief over the way he speaks. In a recent video, The Weeknd is heard asking a fan where he came from for the concert while speaking gently.

A Few Things to Mention

The 32-year-old has won three Grammy Awards, six American Music Awards, 19 Billboard Music Awards, two MTV Video Music Awards, 15 Juno Awards, and an Academy Award nomination, making him worth an astounding $200 million.

Where He’s At

With Kaytranada, Snoh aalegra, and Mike Dean, The Weeknd is presently performing the first leg of the After Hours Til Dawn Tour, which includes 19 shows in the US and Canada.

Make sure you check out the video of it right here! Credits to vana (@xohostxox) for the video!

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Arcane Goes Strong and Bags Multiple Emmys

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Arcane was one of Netflix’s top hits in 2021, receiving accolades from fans of other video games as well as League of Legends. Now even more successful, the show won numerous Emmy Awards in 2022.

Hitting Three Birds with One Stone

After the results of certain juried Individual Achievement in Animation categories were revealed, Arcane received three different awards for its exquisite, unusual animation.

Going 1 Up

Arcane is still in contention even though the Outstanding Animated Program grand prize has not yet been awarded. To win this honor, the Netflix series must battle heavyweights like Bob’s Burgers, Rick and Morty, The Simpsons, and Marvel’s What If?

In November 2021, Netflix released Arcane to wrap out the year’s final quarter. Arcane was an animated League hit that ran nine episodes over three parts. A second season of the program is unavoidably in the works given its popularity.

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