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The Kingsman 2 Trailer Is Packed Full Of Destruction And Big Time Action

Director Matthew Vaughn surprised the world back in 2014 with his incredibly fun, extremely R-rated spy thriller Kingsman: The Secret Service... and then he surprised everyone again when he signed on to make the sequel as his first follow-up.

Why Captain Marvel's Directors Were Chosen, According To Kevin Feige

When I wrote about Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck being hired to direct Captain Marvel last week, I promised that the reasoning behind the choice would be revealed in the coming days. Today is that day

Will Thanos Court Death In Avengers: Infinity War? Here's What Kevin Feige Thinks

In Marvel Comics, the villainous Thanos is first inspired to collect the six legendary Infinity Gems for one specific purpose: to earn the love Death, who has physical representation as a woman/skeleton wearing a purple robe.

Why The Guardians Will Be Different When Introduced In Avengers: Infinity War, According To Kevin Feige

Among Marvel Studios' Phase Three films, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is an outlier in one very specific way. While most of the blockbusters on the slate are set in the year they are released, the new James Gunn movie takes place just a few months after the first adventure, placing it somewhere in the year 2014.

Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 Review

While the sequel doesn't pack the full punch of the original, it's a wonderful, beautiful follow-up that is richly dense in detail and features a parade of thrilling and fun surprises.

What's Actually Going On With That Nathan Fillion Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 Cut Scene

A few days ago, actor Nathan Fillion seriously puzzled fans with an image posted to his personal social media accounts.

Why Avengers 4 Doesn't Have A Title Yet, According To Kevin Feige

Following one year after Joe and Anthony Russo's The Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel Studios' upcoming The Avengers 4 is different from every other upcoming project in the franchise in one specific way: it's the only one without a title.

Why The Guardians Cast Was Concerned About Joining The Avengers: Infinity War

To date, writer/director James Gunn has managed to get Marvel to let him keep the Guardians of the Galaxy in their own special section of the Marvel Cinematic Universe -- but that comes to a major ending in May 2018. It will be at that time that the cosmic heroes are brought into the larger fold, starring opposite Earth's Mightiest Heroes in The Avengers: Infinity War.

The Meta Reason Why Ego Looks Like Kurt Russell In Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2

In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Ego The Living Planet is introduced as a "lowercase 'g' god" -- a powerful entity able to take the form of his choosing, given that his true form is simply pure energy. So why does he look like Kurt Russell?

Disney Shot An Insane Amount Of Footage In Order To Make Born In China

Making nature documentaries isn't as straight-forward as standard feature filmmaking. While the director behind your average studio blockbuster can simply spend money to get the exact shot they want at any point in time, documentarians have to wait until the environment provides them with the material they need.

Why Chris Pratt Took A Totally Different Approach To The Music In Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2

When Chris Pratt first received the Awesome Mix Vol. 1 mix tape from James Gunn in the making of the first Guardians of the Galaxy, he treated it exactly as Peter Quill did: he obsessed over it, and listened to every single song over and over and over again.

Captain Marvel Just Found Its Directors

While every other film in Marvel Studios' Phase Three slate has had a director for a while now, Captain Marvel has long remained the outlier.

The Unusual Injury Sharlto Copley Sustained On The Set Of Free Fire

Prop guns made for movies are built to be as safe as possible -- but they're also built to be as realistic as possible. As a result, you won't get hurt standing in front of the barrel, but you better get ready to shield your ears, because they are also incredibly loud.

What Brie Larson's Captain Marvel Costume Will Probably Look Like

With its release date not scheduled until 2019, Captain Marvel is still in the earliest stages of development -- and it's why we haven't really heard much about it. But now we've gotten our first look at the costume!

The Outlandish Guardians Of The Galaxy 2 Idea James Gunn Pitched Only After The First Movie Hit So Big

James Gunn always thinks 10 steps ahead with the stories he tells on the big screen - but there's one element of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 he kept to himself until the first movie was a box office smash.

Will Giant Man Return In Ant-Man And The Wasp? Here’s What Peyton Reed Says

Paul Rudd's Scott Lang a.k.a. Ant-Man has been in two Marvel Cinematic Universe movies thus far, and both films have individually displayed what the guy can do as a superhero. Will that continue?

One Serious Issue The Fast And Furious Franchise Will Have To Explain At Some Point

The following article contains massive spoilers for The Fate of the Furious. If you have not yet seen the film, please bookmark this page, and return to it after your screening!

Why Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 3 Is Incredibly Important To Marvel's Cinematic Future

The future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe beyond The Avengers: Infinity War has remained a big mystery for a number of years now, but one project fans have still long anticipated to be in Phase 4 is Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

Why It's Kind Of Weird That Star Wars: The Last Jedi Has An Opening Crawl

When Star Wars: The Last Jedi is released in theaters this December, it will surely reveal itself as unique within the franchise in many ways... but there is already one that's been identified. Unlike any other sequel in the saga, it will be the first one to pick up exactly where the last story left off.

The Hilarious Ways Samuel L. Jackson And Ryan Reynolds' New Movie Is Trolling The Bodyguard

Director Lawrence Kasdan's The Bodyguard was a legitimate smash hit when it was released back in 1992, not only making a stunning $411 million worldwide, but also getting Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" drilled into the minds of pretty much everyone on the planet.

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