Luke Cage Opening Title Sequence

All thirteen episode of Marvel’s Netflix television series Luke Cage will premiere Friday, September 30th, 2016 on the online streaming service. But you don’t have to wait until midnight to get a glimpse of Luke Cage’s opening credit sequence. Hit the jump now to watch the Luke Cage opening title sequence and see how it compares to the previous Netflix Marvel shows like Daredevil and Jessica Jones.

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Misty Knight The Defenders

We’re just hours away from the premiere of Luke Cage, which not only brings back Mike Colter as the bulletproof hero but introduces a whole raft of new characters to go along with him. One of those is Misty Knight, an NYPD cop played by Simone Missick. And it sounds like Netflix already has more big plans for her. Missick has confirmed she’ll resurface in The Defenders, the 2017 Netflix miniseries that promises to bring together Luke Cage, Daredevil (Charlie Cox), Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter), and Iron Fist (Finn Jones).

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Namor Brian Tee

For the past several years, there’s been one major hurdle standing between Namor and the Marvel Cinematic Universe: the fact that Universal, not Disney, held the rights to the character. Then a few months ago, Joe Quesada said that the rights had finally reverted to Marvel. Mind you, Marvel hasn’t actually confirmed any plans yet to bring the Sub-Mariner into the MCU — but that hasn’t stopped fans from speculating about what might happen next.

One of those fans was actor Brian Tee, who shortly afterward admitted that Namor would be a dream role for him. In a more recent interview, he elaborated further, explaining what he loves about the character and why he wants to play him. Read the Namor Brian Tee comments below.  Read More »

Captain America Civil War Visual Effects

Just last week we learned that the suit that Chadwick Boseman wears as Black Panther was created entirely in post-production by visual effects. Directors Anthony & Joe Russo confirmed that the look they wanted the suit to have on camera simply wasn’t possible to create practically without having a suit that would have been much more torturous than the suit that was worn on set (which was already rather inconvenient to wear, especially in the hot heat of Atlanta, Georgia where much of the movie was shot).

Now we can see how visual effects were used to bring Black Panther’s suit to the big screen in the way that Anthony & Joe Russo wanted. A visual effects reel from the company Cinesite gives us a glimpse into the level of details that went into creating the suit, as well as Hydra’s Siberian base where the other super soldiers were being stored, and the Spider-Man centric end credits scene. Read More »

Black Panther Man-Ape

Chadwick Boseman had better be sharpening his claws, because it looks like Black Panther will be up against some formidable foes when his solo film hits theaters in 2018. Marvel Studios has just cast Person of Interest actor Winston Duke as the villain M’Baku, also known as the Man-Ape. That’s in addition to previously announced baddie Erik Killmonger, who’ll be played by Michael B. JordanRead More »

Spider-Man: Homecoming Nightwatch rumor
Filming of Spider-Man: Homecoming has moved from Atlanta, Georgia to Peter Parker’s hometown of Queens, New York, and some great set photos have found their way online teasing the arrival of Tony Stark himself (Robert Downey Jr). Meanwhile, a new rumor claims that the film might feature yet another previously unreported villain — Nightwatch. Hit the jump to see the photos and learn about the Spider-Man: Homecoming Nightwatch rumor.

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Academy Award-winning costume designer Alexandra Byrne has worked on a bunch of the previous Marvel Studio films, but the challenge to adapt Doctor Strange‘s costume for the big screen was harder than even she could have imagined.
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Benedict Cumberbatch on the set of Doctor Strange

To accompany our set visit coverage, Walt Disney Pictures has given us a bunch of new Doctor Strange photos and three posters to debut. I’ve included clips from our Doctor Strange on-set interviews along with these new photos to give you a deeper look at the film and the new Marvel characters it introduces.

Update: We have three more Doctor Strange character posters to debut, hit the jump to see them now.
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tilda swinton doctor strange interview

Today we continue our coverage from the set of Doctor Strange with our interview with Tilda Swinton, who plays the Ancient One in the comic book movie adaptation. During our on-set chat, Swinton talked to us about how her character is different from the original comic book version, her physical transformation for the role, her character’s relationship with Stephen Strange, what it’s like to play timeless characters,  staying true to the comics even though it seems they are presenting a different vision of this character and much more. Hit the jump to read our Tilda Swinton Doctor Strange interview.

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