Last night brought one of the best watch parties yet since the coronavirus pandemic quarantine began. Directors Anthony & Joe Russo and writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely hopped online to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Avengers: Endgame by live-tweeting the entire movie. The filmmakers posted bits of trivia from the movie’s development, including alternate ideas and scenes, showed off photos and videos from behind the scenes, and cracked some solid jokes. So we’ve rounded up all the best bits from last night’s Avengers: Endgame watch party so you can be in the know. Read More »
Last night, there was an Avengers: Endgame watch party featuring the involvement of directors Anthony & Joe Russo. The duo hopped on Instagram live for the first hour, but they live tweeted the movie throughout the entire three-hour runtime, which included answering some questions posed by fans. One such question resulted in the intriguing revelation that the filmmakers once considered turning one of The Avengers into the Soul Stone. But which of the Marvel superheroes would it have been? Read More »
It’s been one years since Avengers: Endgame hit theaters last year, wrapping up the epic cliffhanger ending offered up by Avengers: Infinity War. In honor of the anniversary, Mondo is giving the back-to-back Marvel Cinematic Universe sequels an incredible vinyl soundtrack with Alan Silvestri‘s scores spread across six total records matching the six different colors of the Infinity Stones. And did we mention the Mondo Avengers vinyl soundtracks feature the amazing artwork of Matt Taylor? Read More »
One of the many resounding questions after the era-ending Avengers: Endgame was: Who would become the next Captain America? Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) had hung up the mantle and passed on the iconic shield to Sam Wilson (Anthony Mackie), his friend and ally whose rise from Air Force PTSD counselor to a full-fledged member of Avengers was something to behold.
But many fans wondered why Steve didn’t pass on the mantle to his longtime friend Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), whose kidnapping and brainwashing by HYDRA formed a major part of Steve’s arc in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As we get closer to the debut of Disney+’s Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which shows how Sam and Bucky struggle with Captain America’s legacy, Stan explains why Bucky’s arc doesn’t allow for him to become the next Captain America.
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Earlier this year, concept art from Avengers: Infinity War emerged online with Benedict Cumerbatch as Doctor Strange wearing Iron Man armor with the Eye of Agamotto replacing an arc reactor in the chest plate. The art depicted a deleted scene in which Tony Stark lent Stephen Strange his armor in order to protect him from the torture needles of Thanos’ Black Order henchman Ebony Maw. But now we have an actual Avengers: Infinity War set photo of Doctor Strange wearing Iron Man armor. Read More »
Last night marked the one-year anniversary of the theatrical release of Avengers: Endgame. It’s hard to believe that one year ago, we were sitting in a movie theater watching the epic battle between The Avengers and Thanos, and today we don’t even have movie theaters to sit in. Thankfully, directors Anthony & Joe Russo and co-writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely will help us cope with the mad world we currently find ourselves in by participating in an Avengers: Endgame watch party tonight, hosted by ComicBook.com. Here’s how you can follow along. Read More »
Almost all the news about movies nowadays is about release dates being pushed back due to the shutdown of production during the coronavirus pandemic and also the closure of nearly all movie theaters around the United States. Marvel Studios recently made some big changes to their schedule over the next couple years, but apparently that wasn’t enough. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness has been pushed back again, this time into the spring of 2022, and Spider-Man 3 has shifted too. Meanwhile, Thor: Love & Thunder has been bumped up just a bit. Read More »
Thor: Ragnarok ended up being the best Thor movie because it was willing to cut loose, embrace humor, and take some risks. But according to star Chris Hemsworth, we ain’t seen nothin’ yet. According to the actor, the script for Thor: Love and Thunder, the follow-up to Ragnarok, is even weirder and wilder than what came before.
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It’s very likely that production on the third installment of the Spider-Man franchise in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be delayed, possibly impacting the film’s July 16, 2021 release date next year. That means we’re not entirely sure when we’ll see Tom Holland back in the red and blue tights as your friendly neighborhood webslinger again. But last night, the wallcrawling star reprised his big screen role as Spidey’s alter ego Peter Parker (and a homemade version of Spider-Man) on a much smaller screen during a remote interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where he surprised the host’s three-year old son for his birthday. Read More »
The soundtracks of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy franchise are among the best in recent memory. Director James Gunn collected an outstanding mix of both familiar and more obscure tunes from the 1960s and 1970s to put on mixtapes inspired by the musical tastes of Star-Lord’s mother, Meredith Quill. However, the Guardians of the Galaxy movies can only hold so many songs, and some of the tracks used changed throughout development and production, and there are plenty more we haven’t heard. Thankfully, James Gunn has created a playlist of songs that were once going to be used in the Guardians of the Galaxy movies, but ended up getting cut for one reason or another. Read More »