Black Widow Tickets

It’s been a long road for Marvel’s Black Widow to arrive in theaters. Thankfully, the movie is getting the big screen showcase it deserves next month (as well as a debut on Disney+ Premier Access), and a new Black Widow clip has arrived to let everyone know that yes, the latest Marvel movie will be full of action.

Also: tickets are on sale now for the film, which will undoubtedly be one of the summer’s biggest events. Read More »

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Loki Avengers: Endgame Opening

Marvel’s new Loki series begins with the sequence in Avengers: Endgame where Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) and Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) struggle to get their hands on two of the three Infinity Stones that happen to be in New York at the same tie in 2012. In their mishandling of the time heist, the Tesseract falls into the hands of Loki (Tom Hiddleston), allowing him to make a quick escape and leading us into his own series on Disney+.

But did you happen to notice the sequence didn’t play exactly as it does in the movie itself? That was done intentionally by director Kate Herron. Read More »

free guy trailer new

Free Guy, the film that looks like a mix between The LEGO MovieWreck-It Ralph, and The Matrix, has itself a new, loud trailer. Ryan Reynolds plays a normal, boring guy who has spent his entire existence blissfully unaware that he’s actually a non-player character in a video game. But that’s about to change. But his entire worldview is about to come crashing down, with a little help from Killing Eve breakout Jodie Comer.

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Loki Episode 1 Easter Eggs

The first episode of Marvel’s new Loki series is available now on Disney+. The series wastes no time tossing us into the thick of the new agency known as the Time Variance Authority, throwing a lot of information around about “The Sacred Timeline” and variants and multiverse wars. But there are almost surely some hidden details and Easter eggs you missed in the first episode, titled “Glorious Purpose.” Don’t worry: we’ve handpicked the most intriguing, fascinating, and cool Loki Easter eggs to highlight here. (You know, so you can look smart in front of your friends when you watch!) Read More »

Thor Ragnarok Intro Video - Taika Waititi

Thor: Love & Thunder recently wrapped production and the film is now being cut together for a release early in 2022. This marks the second film in the Thor franchise to be directed by Taika Waititi, who made his blockbuster debut with Thor: Ragnarok. That vibrant sci-fi adventure sent Thor in a much more wild, weird, and hilarious direction than we’d seen before, and it sounds like the upcoming sequel will take that to the next level. But what about Thor 5? Is that already on Taika Waititi’s mind? Read More »

Loki Funko POPs and Marvel Legends Action Figures

Marvel Studios released the first episode of their new series Loki on Disney+ today, sending the God of Mischief into a complex temporal preservation agency known as the Time Variance Authority. The fantastic new series teams Thor’s manipulative brother (Tom Hiddleston with TVA agent Mobius M. Mobius (Owen Wilson), an unlikely partner on the hunt for a criminal who is taking down their units in various time periods and finds Loki’s unique set of skills perfect to help him. Now you can bring the time traveling detective team home as a pair of Loki Funko POPs and Marvel Legends action figures. Read More »

Wolfgang Documentary Trailer

Wolfgang Puck is one of the most famous chefs on the planet. Known as the chef to the stars, his restaurant Spago is a Los Angeles hot spot for the biggest celebs in Hollywood, and he’s known for catering many Academy Awards parties. But there’s so much more to Wolfgang Puck than being a celebrity chef, and a new documentary coming to Disney+ later this month will get up close and personal with the man who got people to start noticing who was cooking some of the best food around.

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Michael Waldron Loki Interview

Marvel’s new series Loki introduces fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to an entire new world when the God of Mischief is arrested by the Time Variance Authority for crimes against “The Sacred Timeline.” What the hell does that mean? Writer Michael Waldron does a fantastic job of explaining that through sharp, witty, and engaging dialogue between Tom Hiddleston as Loki and Owen Wilson as TVA agent Mobius M. Mobius. But introducing an entire agency dedicated to preserving the flow of time and stopping time traveling criminals wasn’t easy.

In our interview with Loki head writer Michael Waldron, we talk about the challenges of introducing the TVA, how his writing on Rick and Morty helped him craft the Marvel series, and learn absolutely nothing about the future of Loki, Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, or the upcoming Star Wars movie from producer Kevin Feige. Read More »

Tom Hiddleston Loki Interview

Marvel’s new series Loki debuts on Disney+ tomorrow and it’s terrific. Who knew that one of the first Marvel Cinematic Universe villains would still be going strong 10 years later, and that the actor playing him would be as fun to watch as ever?

Leading up to the series, we had a chat with star Tom Hiddleston to talk about how he’s constantly finding new ways to play Loki without simply repeating the same performance from the previous movie. The actor also talks about what he learned about Loki through writer Michael Waldron and director Kate Herron, even after playing the character for 10 years, as well as the pleasure of working with Richard E. Grant. And does the first season of Loki have an…ending? Well, we have an answer to that. Read More »

Loki Review

Loki is the only Marvel Cinematic Universe villain with a tenure that stretches back to the early days of the franchise. When the character, always played by the very game Tom Hiddleston, met his maker at the hands of Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, fans believed he was finally gone for good despite cheating death many times before. Little did we know Loki still had more tricks up his sleeve.

Marvel’s new Disney+ series Loki effectively reboots the comic book villain by picking up his story after he made a surprise escape during the Avengers: Endgame time travel heist that took us back to the events of The Avengers in 2012. However, Loki hasn’t made a clean getaway. Instead, he finds himself caught up in the hilariously mundane, bureaucratic world of the Time Variance Authority, an agency tasked with upholding “The Sacred Timeline.” Suddenly, Loki gets a new perspective on life, a curious new power to covet, an unlikely partner to keep him in check, and a time-hopping criminal to chase. The result is a complex, peculiar, sharp, and wryly hilarious time-traveling mystery that is nothing short of spectacular. Read More »

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