Marvel Studios isn’t having a panel at San Diego Comic-Con International 2018, but they did show up…in the parking lot. They have a pop-up offsite event at The Experience, located next to Petco Park. They’re calling it the “Group Hug,” and the experience is meant to give fans a way to cope from the climactic events of Avengers: Infinity War. Fans who wait in line for the Group Hug therapy session are rewarded with some cool swag and a never-before-seen deleted scene from the movie. We saw the Avengers: Infinity War deleted scene and have the details below. Read More »
Two of the biggest blockbusters of this summer have one actor who is conspicuously absent — and it happens to be the same person. After the resounding echoes of “Where is Hawkeye?” died off following the release of Avengers: Infinity War, Jeremy Renner finds himself missing from yet another tentpole sequel: Mission: Impossible – Fallout. And now writer/director Christopher McQuarrie has finally revealed why we won’t see Jeremy Renner in Mission Impossible Fallout.
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Mondo has plenty of new items coming to both their online store and their booth at San Diego Comic-Con, and we’re doing our best to keep up with all of them. You’ve already heard about the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World items that are arriving later this week, not to mention some other remarkable prints being released. And of course, several other new Mondo posters have just surfaced.
Since this is Comic-Con we’re talking about, it would be a travesty if there wasn’t an Avengers: Infinity War print coming from Mondo, so you’ll be able to get your hands on one of those if you’re lucky enough. Meanwhile, you arthouse fans out there might be more interested in the new selection of vibrant Drive prints to choose from. See all of these new Mondo posters below. Read More »
How many bricks does it take to build a life-size LEGO version of Thanos? Who will play Elasti-Woman in the Titans and Doom Patrol shows on the DC Universe streaming service? Wanna see the first trailer for the animated Marvel Rising: Initiation? How are fans playing with the new Aquaman teaser poster online, and why is Jason Momoa wearing leather pants underwater? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
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You might not be aware of this, but Marvel tends to add these things called “post-credits scenes” to their movies. They’re scenes that arrive after, or sometimes during the end credits. Crazy, I know! Ant-Man and the Wasp is the latest MCU film with post-credits scenes waiting to be dissected, and director Peyton Reed took some time to explain their connection to Avengers: Infinity War. Spoilers follow.
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The home video release of Avengers: Infinity War was just announced, but if you can’t wait that long, you’re in luck. Three Avengers: Infinity War clips have surfaced, featuring some of the most memorable moments of the epic MCU extravaganza. Watch the Infinity War clips below.
And if you haven’t seen the movie yet, there are also spoilers.
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Ever since Avengers: Infinity War arrived in theaters to kick off the blockbuster summer, fans have been desperate to bring it home to watch over and over again. And soon enough you’ll be able to do just that.
The Avengers: Infinity War Blu-ray trailer has arrived, and the full list of special features coming with the movie have also been revealed. There are a bunch of featurettes going behind the scenes of the movie, some deleted scenes, not to mention director’s commentary from Anthony & Joe Russo, as well as an extensive roundtable discussion with a bunch of other Marvel Cinematic Universe filmmakers. Get the details below. Read More »
When a Marvel Studios movie is set to hit theaters, we often times get the opportunity to sit down in a room with the man responsible for it all and ask him anything we want about that film and the future of the company. With Ant-Man and The Wasp, it was strangely different than past conversations with Kevin Feige, as the whole Marvel Universe is in flux following the events of Avengers: Infinity War and this Ant-Man sequel is one of the most standalone stories Marvel has created to date. There is a reason Marvel isn’t having a presentation at Comic-Con this year – there isn’t much to reveal at this time as it all hinges on the next couple films.
Our conversation began with us talking about Taika Waititi‘s production office decor of E.T., and continued on through Star Wars rumors, the Quantum Realm, de-aging technology and the idea of using it for prequels, how Marvel planned Ant-Man and the Wasp alongside Infinity War, the possibility of Doctor Strange in Spider-Man: Far From Home, how they plan on marketing the Spider-Man sequel before the release of Avengers 4, how involved with Feige be with the Disney Streaming service, designing sets with theme park adaptations in mind, playing with audiences expectations, and how they shot that after credits scene.
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If you’re a member of the Thanos Did Nothing Wrong subreddit, your days may be numbered. In the tradition of the Mad Titan’s Infinity War plan, the Thanos subreddit is going to randomly ban half its users, all in the sake of balancing the (online) universe. I hope they remember you.
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While the fresh hellscape that is every day of 2018 brings a new nightmare multiple times a day, the movies this year have provided us some kind of escape. As usual, some of those movies have done it better than others, and that’s why members of the /Film team are counting down their favorite movies of the year at the halfway point of 2018. Now it’s my turn.
In order to qualify for our lists, obviously we had to have seen the movie already, but the movie didn’t have to be released before the midway point of the year. As long a movie has a release date for 2018, it’s eligible. So let’s get down to the wide variety of movies that impressed me enough to make my Top 10 Movies of 2018 So Far, including a #1 pick that will probably stir the pot just a little bit. Read More »