‘The Punisher’ Star Ben Barnes Shares Image Of ‘Chronicles of Narnia’ Reunion

Punisher Ben Barnes Chronicles Of NarniaThe Punisher star Ben Barnes shared a photo of his reunion with the cast of The Chronicles of Narnia.

Before he portrayed Billy Russo/Jigsaw in the Netflix and Marvel’s The Punisher, Ben Barnes played King Caspian in the two installments of the Chronicles of Narnia film series. Over ten years after Ben Barnes portrayed the character in The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, The Punisher star reunited with his co-stars of the fantasy film series and took to Twitter to share of himself with William Moseley, Anna Popplewell, and more.

Check out the post below to see The Punisher star Ben Barnes with the cast of The Chronicle of Narnia!

Are you thrilled to see Ben Barnes reunited with the cast of The Chronicles of Narnia? Let us know below!

Here is the official synopsis for The Punisher season 2:

Former marine-turned-vigilante Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) has been living a quiet life on the road until he suddenly becomes embroiled in the attempted murder of a young girl (Giorgia Whigham). As he is drawn into the mystery surrounding her and those in pursuit of the information she holds, Castle attracts a new target on his back as new and old enemies force him to confront whether he should accept his destiny and embrace a life as “The Punisher.

The Punisher season 2 stars Jon Bernthal, Ben Barnes, Amber Rose Revah, Jason R. Moore, Deborah Ann Woll, Josh Stewart, Floriana Lima, Giorgia Whigham, Corbin Bernsen, and Annette O’Toole.

The Punisher seasons 1 and 2 are still available on Netflix.

Source: Twitter

New ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Character Posters Feature Surviving & Fallen Heroes

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Avengers Endgame Captain Marvel Brie LarsonMarvel Studios released new Avengers: Endgame character posters for both the surviving and fallen heroes of Thanos' decimation in Infinity War.

Nearly one year ago, fans were devasted when Avengers: Infinity War concluded with Thanos carrying out his mission to eradicate half of the population in the universe, including several MCU heroes. In exactly one month, fans will finally discover how the surviving Avengers plan to avenge their fallen comrades and potentially undo Thanos' decimation with the help of newcomer Captain Marvel (Brie Larson). Now, Marvel Studios has released several character posters not only for the surviving heroes who will embark on a game-changing mission in Endgame but also for those who fell victim to Thanos' eradication in Infinity War.

The line-up includes Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man, Brie Larson as Captain Marvel, Bradley Cooper's Rocket Raccoon, Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, Paul Rudd as Ant-Man, Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner, Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie, and many more!

You can check out the first character poster below and click "next" to view the rest of the gallery!

Avengers Endgame Iron Man Robert Downey Jr.

Endgame will serve as both a follow up to Avengers: Infinity War as well as the conclusion to the 22 films that came before it, which have now been dubbed as the Infinity Saga by Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, before Marvel kicks off Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Spider-Man: Far From Home in July.

While plot details still remain under wraps, Earth's Mightiest Heroes are expected to team up with Brie Larson's Captain Marvel and utilize the Quantum Realm in their efforts to undo the decimation from Thanos' snap and bring back half of the universe's population, who were turned to dust by the Mad Titan.

What do you think of the new Endgame character posters? Which one is your favorite? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!

The grave course of events set in motion by Thanos that wiped out half the universe and fractured the Avengers ranks compels the remaining Avengers to take one final stand in Marvel Studios’ grand conclusion to twenty-two films, “Avengers: Endgame.”

Directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, Endgame stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo,  Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Paul Rudd, Brie Larson, Karen Gillan, Danai Gurira, Benedict Wong, Jon Favreau, Bradley Cooper as Rocket, with Gwyneth Paltrow, with Josh Brolin as Thanos.

Avengers: Endgame will be released in theaters on April 26, 2019.

Avengers Endgame Captain America Chris Evans

Avengers Endgame Thor Chris Hemsworth

Avengers Endgame Hawkeye Jeremy Renner

Avengers Endgame Wasp Evangeline Lilly

Avengers Endgame War Machine Don Cheadle

Avengers Endgame Star-Lord Chris Pratt

Avengers Endgame Spider-Man Tom Holland

Avengers Endgame Shuri Letitia Wright

Avengers Endgame Pepper Potts Gwyneth Paltrow

Avengers Endgame Groot

Avengers Endgame Falcon Anthony Mackie

Avengers Endgame Bucky Barnes Sebastian Stan

Avengers Endgame Drax Dave Bautista

Avengers Endgame Ant-Man Paul Rudd

Avengers Endgame Benedict Wong

Avengers Endgame Black Panther Chadwick Boseman

Avengers Endgame Black Widow Scarlett Johansson

Avengers Endgame Bruce Banner Hulk Mark Ruffalo

Avengers Endgame Captain Marvel Brie Larson

Avengers Endgame Doctor Strange Benedict Cumberbatch

Avengers Endgame Gamora Zoe Saldana

Avengers Endgame Happy Hogan Jon Favreau

Avengers Endgame Mantis Pom Klementieff

Avengers Endgame Nebula Karen Gillan

Avengers Endgame Okoye Danai Gurira

Avengers Endgame Rocket Raccoon

Avengers Endgame Scarlet Witch Elizabeth Olsen

Avengers Endgame Vision Paul Bettany

Avengers Endgame Valkyrie Tessa Thompson

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  • Vegas82

    Keep dreaming Dave. The deal they have with Sony is too profitable for Sony to let go any time soon.

    • Carl

      Disney could actually buy Sony Pictures outright. There has been talk of Sony looking to sell it off.

  • Axxell

    I don’t really care who owns the rights, as long as Spiderman stays in the MCU. Think about it – with more than one studio involved, we get more Marvel movies than a single one would be able to produce, all without splitting from the MCU. It’s like Sony is an extension of Marvel Studios.

    Of course, it’d be better if Marvel would outright own the movie rights, but the way it is is as close to a perfect arrangement as we’ll get.

  • Cinephilia Lovegood

    I haven’t listened to the comment and don’t know the exact context, but this whole thing about the Spider-Man film rights is really misunderstood. There’s only a few articles I’ve ever read over the last 25 years that have actually spoken knowledgeably on it and articulated it in an understandable manner. Sony “owns” absolutely nothing. Possessing the film rights to a piece of Marvel’s intellectual property is very much like leasing a car. The only difference is that the original contracts worked out between Marvel and the participating studio were done at a time when Marvel was drowning under Ron Perelman while they had no leverage whatsoever. They had no real hope of producing their own films, so they “protected” themselves by including a stipulation that — to some — still haunts them today — the production cycle. They needed that money, so they “insured” themselves by enticing the studios to produce the films regularly using the those rights as an incentive. If Fox produced an Fantastic Four film within the agreed upon cycle, they were given the option to retain them for another cycle (hence the 1994 red-headed stepchild from Roger Corman). The outside studios can not sell those film rights without Marvel signing off (which they would never do now). The only way those rights go back to Marvel is if the studio fails to fulfill their obligation to produce a film in time or if they simply buy the other studio out of the contract — which would be an astronomical price that even Disney wouldn’t entertain. And Sony is in a far better position with this Marvel deal than they’ve ever been. They keep an asset that is by far the biggest they’ve ever had and, although it’s probably not the best idea, are still able to produce films from that IP outside of their Marvel agreement.

    I’m not quite sure what Dave Bautista means by his statement, but that specific piece of Intellectual Property will not be reverting to Marvel anytime soon. That is, of course, unless they somehow decide that writing out a check for a number so outrageously inflated and dramatically overpaying compared to what it’s actually worth is a good idea. Which it’s not, and they’re well aware of that. As awesome as it’d be and as much as I’d kill for the entire Spider-Man property to be totally Marvel Studios’, it’s extremely unlikely. If this deal between them never happened, I’d actually give it more of a chance — albeit a small one — to happen. Let’s just hope these plans work out for now.

    • Axxell

      Your comment is almost 100% spot on, except for the “not owning anything part”…as abstract and esotheric as it is to own “rights” to something, the fact you mentioned how the licensing stipulation haunts them to this day shows that it’s not exactly “nothing”. Of course, I do agree that this is often misunderstood by the media and thus the public, understandably so given how regretably bad it now seems in hindsight.

      • vincanss

        Though not so bad in a few cases. A lot of their other film right for properties have gradually reverted back.. Dare Devil, Blade, Ghost Rider to name three. There’s probably others no one has heard about. Of the ‘big three’ Spider-Man, Fantastic Four and X-Men, the general expectation seems to be that Fantastic Four will be coming back though remains to be seen.

  • Jacob McMillan

    Hahaha why is this a news story

  • Carl

    My hope is that Disney buys Sony Pictures, thereby regaining the film rights to Spider-Man and preventing this unrelated Venom movie from happening.

  • vincanss

    Poor Bautista, something tells me a wave of **** might just be headed his way over this like non-news item. Remember folks, this is all informal / unofficial from an actor who doesn’t really know anything.

    Not only that, but it would make zero business sense for Sony to do so. Why would they lose their most profitable licence..

  • Kevin Garren

    I think Marvel would do Spider-Man better if it was THEIR film and not just have more of a say in it than the first 5… but let’s be honest, it’s still a Sony movie and as long as they keep doing movies, the rights will never go back to Marvel. Like with Fantastic Four, Fox needed to do a movie ASAP or the rights would revert back to Marvel, (like how Daredevil did, which gave us the Netflix series) so they rushed that terrible movie into production just so they could keep the rights. As long as Sony keeps doing the movies well and people keep watching them, they’ll keep making more which ensures they have the rights for as long as they want.

  • Brodie Marschall

    I’m Glad Someone at Marvel has Hope that Spider-Man will come home to Marvel Constantin’s closing down their movie division so It doesn’t matter if they hate Marvel because they don’t own the Rights, they just help Constantin co-produce and distribute the FF Movies. IF We hear more about this closer to Homecoming’s releasee, Disney will get the rights to Spectacular Spider-Man and Spider-Man: The New Animated Series,have Homecoming content in Marvel Heroes Omega, Marvel Future Fight and Marvel Contest of Champions because the Rights to Homecoming are still at Sony for now and distribute the movie instead of Sony. IF Disney and Bautista can undo a Hollywood Spider-Man Movie rights deal, Then they can also get the theme park rights from Universal, Get Marvel At Disney world and Bautista can run for public office. That would be a double epic victory for the MCU for both properties came home. But i’m not sure how he of all people knows about all this stuff. Maybe He’s smart enough to know how Marvel works more than we do and to read between the lions and IT’s possible he heard talks on the Infinity War set or Maybe Gunn is privy to that kind of Info and Dave heard it from Gunn. That’s why I’m telling everyone this so they can enjoy the thought of Spider-Man coming home fully to Marvel. Besides, Gunn is probably already in negotiation with Sony and Feige. I can’t tell you when, But it’s only a matter of time before Marvel/Disney acquire the full rights considering the state of Sony And Spider-Man’s ever growing presence in the MCU. I would assume that he’s wrong, But there’s always a chance that the past couple of Months have resulted in discussions between Marvel and Sony that will change how Spider-Man is handled on the big screen after the partnership expires. Maybe we’ll hear more about this closer to Homecoming’s release. That would be a double epic victory for the MCU if both Spider-Man and the Fantastic four came home.