Spider-Man Homecoming Credits Scene

Marvel Studios has turned the superhero moviemaking engine into a finely tuned machine. From the sound of things, Spider-Man: Homecoming doesn’t deviate from their tried and true course of showing everyone else in the business how it’s done. Despite being a collaboration with Sony (who owns the Spidey movie rights), Peter Parker’s first solo adventure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is earning raves more in line with Guardians of the Galaxy than The Amazing Spider-Man 2.

And that may be putting it mildly. The early reactions have been nothing short of ecstatic.

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Iron Man

What did Edgar Wright have to say about why he left Ant-Man a few years back? Is there a Captain America VR attraction coming to Disney parks? How did Kevin Feige convince Sony to share Spider-Man with Marvel Studios? Do you have guesses as to which Avengers will die in Avengers: Infinity War, if any? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

X-Men Dazzler

In April of 2016, about a month before X-Men: Apocalypse hit theaters, actress Sophie Turner (Game of Thrones) tweeted a photo of her character, Jean Grey, at a mall with Scott Summers, aka Cyclops (Tye Sheridan). They were admiring the album cover of Dazzler, a mutant singer with the ability to create displays of light and energy who hadn’t appeared on screen in any X-Men movie up to that point. That scene in the mall ended up being cut from the film, but a new report indicates that Dazzler is going to appear in X-Men: Dark Phoenix, the new X-Men sequel that will be directed by Simon Kinberg.

Read about the X-Men Dazzler casting news below.
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1966 Batman Batcave Sculpture

Next month, the /Film crew will be making their annual trip to San Diego Comic-Con. Even though we’ll be waiting in long lines to make sure we can cover the biggest panels at the convention and get all the latest news about upcoming movies and all our favorite TV shows, we also like to wander the show floor to see what kind of cool stuff we can get our hands on. There are plenty of exclusives only available at SDCC, but thankfully, there are some you can get online from the comfort of your own home.

Factory Entertainment has revealed one of their own 2017 San Diego Comic-Con exclusives, and it’s pretty damn impressive. The collectible company has a desktop sculpture of the Batcave from the classic Batman TV series from 1966, and it even rotates from the incognito mountainside where the Batmobile enters to reveal the inside of the Caped Crusader’s secret lair.

Check out photos of the 1966 Batman Batcave sculpture below. Read More »

Batman and Harley Quinn movie in theaters

Continuing the tradition of Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment releasing their animated comic book movies in theaters for one night before they debut on home video, we have details on the theatrical release of Batman and Harley Quinn.

Batman and Harley Quinn is an animated feature in the style of Batman: The Animated Series which sees Batman and Nightwing forced to team up with their enemy, Harley Quinn, in an effort to stop Poison Ivy from executing a plan that will save the planet by eliminating mankind. The movie will be available to own in August, but before that, you’ll be able to see it on the big screen.

Find out where and when you can see the Batman and Harley Quinn movie in theaters below. Read More »

Guardians of the Galaxy - Nirvana Comic Cover Variant

How has Spider-Man: Homecoming been testing with audiences? Are you ready to meet Marvel Comics‘ new Hulk and Wolverine hybrid? Is Michael Keaton contracted to appear in more films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? How did the films of Hong Kong cinema influence Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2? Would you like to see another season of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

Animated Spider-Man cast

Amid all the hubbub about Phil Lord and Chris Miller leaving the Han Solo movie, I’d completely forgotten that they were involved with an animated Spider-Man film across town at Sony Pictures Animation. That project just scored a couple of solid additions to its voice cast, as Oscar winner Mahershala Ali (Moonlight) and actor Brian Tyree Henry (who plays rapper Paper Boi on Donald Glover’s FX series Atlanta) have officially come on board. Read more about the animated Spider-Man cast below.
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Black Panther Nightshade

We know that Chadwick Boseman’s heroic Wakandan king T’Challa has to face off against villains like Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) and M’Baku, aka Man-Ape (Winston Duke) in Marvel Studios’ Black Panther, but those aren’t the only foes he’ll go claw to claw with in the film. Turns out there’s another villain in the movie, and we’ve already seen her briefly appear in the teaser trailer: Tilda Johnson, aka Nightshade. Read on to find out more about the Black Panther Nightshade news.
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the defenders poster

“There’s no us in team,” the caption for the new motion teasers for Marvel’s Netflix series The Defenders claims. But Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist all look pretty cozy — and fierce — in the just-released poster for the series.

The four superheroes who fight on the streets of New York glare at no one in particular in the new poster and key art, looking like they came straight out of promotional material for a ’90s network TV drama. And I mean that in the best way, because those early 2000s promos on The WB were nothing short of amazing.

Check out The Defenders poster after the jump.

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What are Marvin the Martian and Martian Manhunter doing in their DC Comics crossover? Are we going to see the final Infinity Stone in Thor: Ragnarok? Why is Tom Holland doing motion-capture for Spider-Man‘s suit in Avengers: Infinity War? Did you know there is no pilot for Black Lightning shot yet? Was Patrick Stewart ever in consideration for Mr. Freeze in Batman & Robin? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »