Though it’s primarily the original Avengers who get the spotlight in this summer’s massive hit Avengers: Endgame, none of it would be possible without Scott Lang, aka Ant-Man. However, when it comes to the superhero’s future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it seems that franchise star Paul Rudd doesn’t know if Ant-Man 3 will give him another chance to flex his Pym Particles. Read More »
When it comes to big screen superheroes, the ladies haven’t gotten the spotlight nearly as much as the dudes. That’s why Captain Marvel is easily the Citizen Kane of female superhero movies that aren’t called Wonder Woman. Even if it feels like a stepping stone between Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, the movie still introduces us to one of the most powerful superheroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it does it while kicking dirt in the faces of all the fanboys who just want Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) to smile and turn the other cheek. That’s good enough for us, but the Captain Marvel Honest Trailer doesn’t let the movie off that easily. Read More »
James Gunn‘s number one fan Dave Bautista has made his peace with Disney. Most of the cast of Guardians of the Galaxy had publicly spoken out against the company following Gunn’s firing from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 last year, but none spoke more loudly than Bautista, who had threatened to leave the franchise altogether. But now with Gunn happily back in the employ of Marvel and Disney, Bautista has repaired his relations with the House of Mouse.
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The Dark Phoenix apology tour continues as the cast of the abysmally-performing film try to pique our interests with a hypothetical “what could’ve been’s.”
Director Simon Kinberg got the ball rolling last week by teasing details of the original ending, which apparently shared more similarities with the plot of Captain America: Civil War than the Captain Marvel-esque ending that ultimately made it to the big screen. Now star Tye Sheridan, who plays Cyclops in the film, revealed some of the details of that original climax, which involved, among other things, the shape-shifting Skrull aliens and a big battle in New York. Hmm, sounds a bit familiar…
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The Avengers are assembled again and…they look a little different. Months after Avengers: Endgame ended the Avengers as we know them, the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes reassemble in video game form in Square Enix’s highly anticipated Marvel’s Avengers: A-Day. But it feels like they’ve been reassembled slightly wrong, as the superheroes in the Avengers A-Day trailer dress and act like the characters of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but everything else is a bit off. Watch the Avengers: A-Day trailer to get a good look at the Avengers’ stunt doubles saving the world.
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When Kamala Khan debuted in the pages of her very own solo title Ms. Marvel in 2014, she was an immediate sensation. Marvel’s first Muslim superhero character to head her own comic book took on the mantle once worn by Carol Danvers (the current Captain Marvel) and became a wildly popular success, with fans quickly clamoring for Kamala’s turn on the big screen. And perhaps that turn may come sooner than we think. Mindy Kaling, who has pioneered diversity both in front of and behind the camera, confirmed that she has had discussions with Marvel Studios for a Ms. Marvel project.
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Disney+ won’t debut until this November, but we’ve got a first look at one of the shows Marvel Studios is making for the streaming subscription service.
You might remember last night there was a Disney investor meeting in April where some details about the new Marvel Studios shows coming to Disney+ were discussed. During that meeting, the logo for the Marvel Loki series and a piece of concept art from the show. That was initially only for the eyes of Disney’s investors, but now an image from the event has revealed Kevin Feige standing in front of the Loki series first look, and you can check it out below. Read More »
In the months leading up to the release of Avengers: Endgame, there was a lot of chatter about a certain method by which The Avengers could have defeated Thanos (Josh Brolin). Some of the more creative (or disturbing) Marvel Cinematic Universe fans out there thought that if Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) could shrink down to a small size, make his way into Thanos’ body, and then grown inside of him, it would have ripped Thanos apart. All of this would have been accomplished by jumping in Thanos’ butt.
Thankfully, this genius theory was brought up to Avengers: Endgame co-writer Christopher Markus, and he explained why the Ant-Man attacking Thanos’s butt plan wouldn’t work out so well for our hero in the end (no pun intended). Read More »
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Remember Gwyneth Paltrow in Spider-Man: Homecoming? If not, don’t feel too bad – she forgot about it, too. The actress has a quick cameo near the end of the movie, but that’s apparently news to her. Paltrow appears on Jon Favreau’s new Netflix series The Chef Show, in which Favreau – who was also in Homecoming – remind the actress of their scene together. The revelation seems to utterly baffle Paltrow. Watch her reaction below.
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Spider-Man: Far From Home is still a little over a month away from hitting theaters, but some new details on what fans will get from the webslinging sequel have surfaced.
First up, some fans have been wondering why Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) is introducing himself to Peter Parker (Tom Holland) in Spider-Man: Far From Home when they were both present at Tony Stark’s funeral at the end of Avengers: Endgame. Apparently this movie will have the answer to that.
Secondly, that reliably candid Tom Holland accidentally gave away a piece of information about the dimensional rip that was revealed in the most recent trailer that introduced Jake Gyllenhaal as Quentin Beck, aka Mysterio. However, it might be considered a spoiler, so we’ll get into the details below. Read More »