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Avengers Infinity War Poster

In this edition, everything is tied to Avengers: Infinity War, but you don’t have to worry about spoilers at all. Get one final request to not spoil the movie for fans. Find out how many show times the movie has sold out so far. Watch the entire press conference from this past weekend. Check out an even more epic mash-up of Disney properties. Learn who is playing Corvus Glaive. All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

On the April 23, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta presents audio from his on set interview with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom producers Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley.

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Avengers 4 Runtime

Directors Anthony & Joe Russo are making the publicity rounds to discuss Avengers: Infinity War, and while these promotional interviews aren’t giving up much in the way of information about the movie, there was some discussion about what to expect when it comes to Avengers 4. For example, even though the directing duo is still trying to get together a first cut for Avengers 4, they already think it will be longer than Avengers: Infinity War. Read More »

Bruce Campbell Retiring As Ash

Bruce Campbell is hanging up his chainsaw for good. According to the actor, he’s retiring from playing Ash vs Evil Dead‘s Ash Williams – a character he’s played on and off again for almost 40 years.

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Solo Character Posters

A whole gaggle of Solo character posters have arrived, introducing us to the characters who occupy the latest Star Wars Story. The best of the bunch offers up a new look at Jon Favreau‘s character, an alien named Rio.

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Folding Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe was one of the best decisions that Marvel (and Sony) ever made. But it also may have just messed up the tightly-plotted MCU timeline for good. Is there any way to explain away the timeline inconsistencies caused by the eight-year time jump in Spider-Man: Homecoming? Well, Avengers: Infinity War co-director Joe Russo is going to try.

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The Fast and the Furious animated series

The high-octane world of street racing and outrageous car-based heists is coming to the small screen in a new The Fast and The Furious animated series from DreamWorks Animation. The series is being developed for Netflix, and has franchise star Vin Diesel on board to executive produce. And since this is Fast & Furious we’re talking about, you know this show has to be about #family. But it won’t explicitly be about the adventures of Diesel’s Dominic Toretto – instead it’ll follow his younger cousin, Tony Toretto. Read More »

James Cameron Marvel

The real Infinity War isn’t between the Avengers and Thanos – it’s between MCU head honcho Kevin Feige and James Cameron. The two cinematic titans are engaged in bloody, brutal feud that will result in death! Oh wait, I’m sorry, that’s not accurate at all. Instead, James Cameron made a comment about “Avenger fatigue”, and now Kevin Feige has responded.

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Fox Superheroes in the MCU

After the huge Fox and Disney deal was announced, many people had one particular question: how soon until Fox’s Marvel characters like X-Men and Deadpool find their way into the MCU? Now we have an answer: not for a while.

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Fast & Furious Supercharged

As the infamous Candy Ass saga continues to play out behind the scenes of the Fast & Furious film franchise, the film series’ theme park prospects are, in contrast, looking pretty bright. Today, Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida opened Fast & Furious Supercharged, a new attraction that’s slightly different from the one that currently exists in Universal Studios Hollywood. Watch a quick video and read up on the differences below. Read More »