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In the comics, Thanos is unquestionably one of the most formidable presences in the Marvel universe… but the same can’t really yet be said about his live-action counterpart. Audiences haven’t actually seen him do much more than sit in his giant throne and smile.
These days it seems like the only movies that get made anymore are the giant action blockbusters, and the small dramas designed to win awards. Sicario was one of the few films that seem to exist between the two.
As we get closer to Avengers: Infinity War, Part 1 and Part 2, Marvelites have been on the lookout for Thanos. While fans continue to speculate where he might show his face next, writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely confirmed he won’t be appearing in this May’s Captain America: Civil War.
Josh Brolin and Miles Teller have never been in a film together, but that's about to change as they've both boarded the firefighter biopic No Exit. Get the details inside.
Not to worry, fans, you weren’t the only one who didn’t enjoy 2010’s Jonah Hex. Star Josh Brolin had a terrible time making it, too, and here’s how he would have fixed it.
This weekend, audiences will be able to watch Josh Brolin star in the brand new film from Joel and Ethan Coen… but that’s hardly a first-time event. Clearly they work well together, but what could explain the reason why? Well, according to Brolin it all has to deal with their respective ability to exploit each other’s weaknesses.
Come 2018, it’s predicted that every known hero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will join together in a battle against Thanos – a galactic emperor working to acquire the abilities of a god with the help of the six Infinity Stones.
At this stage in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there is arguably no character more influential than Thanos. First played by Josh Brolin in Guardians of the Galaxy, the giant purple alien’s hunt for all of the Infinity Stones has had an effect on everything we’ve seen from the franchise so far, and he will serve as the central villain in the Phase Three two-part capstone.
For such a grand character to make such a grand entrance, Marvel seems to have made the right choice in their casting of Josh Brolin as Thanos. The only question is: how does he feel about taking on such a role?
Now, the bad news. Hail, Caesar! won’t be in theaters until February 5, 2016. That’s an eternity. If you need us, we’ll be over here, watching the trailer again and again.
Josh Brolin was one of the many actors to be cosndiered to play Batman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. As we all know, Ben Affleck eventually scored the role, and Brolin recently expressed his feelings about being passed over.
As it turns out, deciding to play the most notorious and all-powerful villain of the Marvel Cinematic Universe was easier than expected for Josh Brolin. While out promoting his latest film, Sicario, he dished on the “Mad Titan” Thanos.
Jake Gyllenhaal was not as widely praised for his wrestling drama Southpaw as some predicted, but could Everest be his savior? The first reviews are in and critics are trying to flush out whether Everest will rise as an early contender of the 2016 Oscar race.
The Mad Titan Thanos has faced off against numerous heavy-hitters of the Marvel Universe since his first appearance in 1973. With Josh Brolin primed and ready to take on the entire heroic roster of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers: Infinity War, just which hero is he most excited to take on?
Thanos just couldn’t help himself in showing up for an instant in the Avengers 2 post-credits scene. While you can re-watch this scene on the Age of Ultron home release, the clip hit the web in glorious HD for your enjoyment. Check it out below.
Making a disaster film set on Mount Everest probably sounded like a great idea on paper. The problem is, though, when it became time to turn that script into a reality, the cast and crew involved knew that they would have to confront the elements head on to truly bring the tale to life.
As the trailer educates us, “Sicario” means “hitman” in Mexico, and Emily Blunt plays one of a trio of law-enforcement agents who cross the border on a shadowy and mysterious assignment to track the head of a brutal syndicate, hoping to eliminate his growing threat.
The Everest trailer is another beast all together. Cut together with that haunting high-pitched piano pluck and foreboding words, the footage features a cast that includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Josh Brolin and Jason Clarke as they make their way up to the tippy top of the most famous mountain, only to get knocked back down.
The upcoming crime thriller, Sicario has released its very first images showing what seems to be an intriguing cast dynamic between stars, Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin and Benecio Del Toro. The film focuses on an FBI agent played by Blunt who is placed into the world of Mexican drug cartels. Based on what's being seen, the ordeal will leave her marked not only ethically, but physically. Check out the new photos to see what we mean!
Thanos has popped up in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe just twice so far, but his presence has loomed large, as fans have been teased and promised further interactions between the monstrous villain and the famous ensemble of superheroes. And with Avengers: Age Of Ultron tantalizingly close to release, the big question now is will Thanos appear in the sequel?