Link Tank: Marvel’s Secret Invasion Disney+ Series Has Begun Filming

An exciting new MCU series has started shooting, the first 2 episodes of Hawkeye will drop at the same time, Nintendo apologies about Metroid Dread bugs, and more in Link Tank!

Marvel’s Secret Invasion Disney+ series has gone into production per Samuel L. Jackson’s Instagram account.

“Star Samuel L. Jackson has revealed on Instagram that Marvel’s Secret Invasion TV show has officially begun production. Via social media, Jackson published a photo of himself wearing a shirt featuring Nick Fury turning into dust. This event took place after Thanos got all six Infinity Stones and killed half the universe’s sentient life with a single snap of his Infinity Gauntlet.”

Read more at Collider

The latest trailer for Hawkeye features Kate Bishop gushing over trick arrows and tons of holiday-time shenanigans. It also announced that the first two episodes will start streaming the same day.

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Hawkeye is the next foray into the Marvel Cinematic Universe for Disney+, and while many are burned out on Clint Barton and his journey, it seems that so is Clint, in a new trailer for the series. From Age of Ultron on, all Clint Barton has wanted to do was retire, but the Avengers kept bringing him back, for better or for worse, and it has now led to others latching onto his legacy. Like Kate Bishop.”

Read more at The Mary Sue

Jamis Lee Curtis surprised the Halloween Kills red carpet by showing up dressed as her mother’s character from Psycho.

“I think it’s time to retire the term ‘scream queens,’ the epithet for women who star in horror flicks where they’re constantly on the run from monsters, murderers, more. That’s because there is only one true Scream Queen, and her name is Jamie Lee Curtis, star of several Halloween films, Prom Night, The FogTerror Trainand more. Curtis proved her royalty yet again at the Halloween Kills premiere party by arriving dressed as her mother, Janet Leigh—specifically, as her doomed character in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho.”

Read more at Gizmodo

Nintendo wants to make amends for the bugs in Metroid Dread.

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“Near the end of the freshly released Samus comeback, Metroid Dread, some players are getting an error message that reads, ‘The software was closed because an error occurred.’ The said error prevents the player from proceeding because the game goes into a forced shutdown.”

Read more at Kotaku

We’re sorry Bo Burnham fans, but the Grammy’s have deemed the soundtrack to Inside ineligible for the Best Comedy Album award.

“Musical comedian Bo Burnham’s hit comedy special Inside has ruled stand-up this year, as has the subsequent album version, which features tracks such as ‘All Eyes On Me,’ ‘That Funny Feeling,’ and ‘Welcome To The Internet.’ However, the album, Inside (The Songs), will not be considered for Best Comedy Album at next year’s Grammys ceremony.”

Read more at The A.V. Club

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins writer reveals why they wanted an Asian version of the character.

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‘In 1982, the Japanese-American comic book writer was given stewardship over a new comic book series: G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero. Today a generational staple that inspires memories of badass heroes and oversized plastic battleships, G.I. Joe was back then little more than a half-baked reboot of a pre-existing dress-up doll line.”

Read more at Inverse