This Week in Geek: Disney Opens a STEM Center in Oakland, ‘The Magicians’ Gets Renewed, ‘Mulan’ Gets Pushed Back to 2020, and More!

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Adorable kids recreate Best Picture Oscar nominees. (EW)

Disney opens a STEM center in Oakland, CA with Black Panther money. (AV Club)


Captain Marvel casts Gemma Chan as Minn-Erva. (Deadline)

Chris Hemsworth is circling the Men in Black spinoff. (EW)

Universal teams up with Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis for untitled comedy. (Variety)

Avengers: Infinity Wars release date gets moved to a week earlier. (EW)

Mulan live-action movie gets pushed back to 2020. (Variety)

John Williams says he’s done with Star Wars after Episode IX. (Nerdist)


Charmed reboot adds Sarah Jeffery as youngest sister. (TV Line)

Apple orders thriller series from M. Night Shyamalan. (EW)

The Magicians has been renewed for a season 4! (Variety)

Chadwick Boseman surprises Black Panther fans on Jimmy Fallon. (EW)


Ta-Nehisi Coates to write Captain America. (Marvel)

Neil Gaiman announces new Sandman Universe line of comics. (EW)


Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery unveils new gameplay trailer. (EW)

Monica Piluso

Monica Piluso

I could write something really corny or awesome about me but honestly I'm just a young woman that loves geek culture, laughing, and keys (I have a strange obsession with keys). Follow me on Twitter!: @StoryInTheEnd
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