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If you weren’t an avid reader of comic books in the 1990’s, but you watched a lot of TV, then you may be more familiar with the X-Men from their animated TV show than you actually are with the comic books. If so, you'll love this.
Deadpool wasn’t simply one of the best comic book action movies that we had seen in awhile, it was also one of the funniest movies that we had seen. Now that the DVD is almost out, the comedy is back in the ads as well.
There’s nothing better than the surprised look on the faces of young fans when they get to see a celebrity they love in person.
While the Marvel Cinematic Universe has done an amazing job of transitioning many of their characters from the page to the screen, several have gone through some significant changes in making the leap.
Yesterday was May the Fourth, the day where phonetic similarity gives us all an excuse to do the thing we were going to do anyway, enjoy Star Wars. Mark Hamill has us all beat.
A couple of weeks ago I looked at the movies that were big box office successes even though critics universally destroyed them. Today, we’re going to take a look at the other side of the coin.
May the Fourth brought us some interesting tidbits and surprises, but nothing can prepare you for Lin-Manuel Miranda and J.J. Abrams performing their cantina song from Star Wars: The Force Awakens live.
With the arrival of Captain America: Civil War, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is entering Phase Three of the franchise – so it’s a pretty natural time to look back and reflect on what’s come before. In eight years we have seen the release of 12 different comic book movies, and each one has helped lay the path that the series has taken.
If you've ever wanted to live the experience of Magic Mike in the realm of your own personal reality, we've got some good news from you. Channing Tatum's making it happen, and we have the first details on how.
One of ER's most famous doctors is joining the cast of Wolverine 3. Don't panic, it's not George Clooney! But if you read on, not only will you find out who it is, you'll also see why this could be a brilliant stroke of casting.
During X-Men: Apocalypse, moviegoers will be treated to various staples of the 1980s, including classic arcade video games. Well, classic in that universe, anyway.
One of the movies in Universal’s new monster movies series will be The Mummy reboot, led by Tom Cruise. Now there’s word that Oscar winner will be joining him on the main cast as a major character.
With so many superhero movie entries, both live action and animated, there’s more than enough to determine which are the greatest of the bunch. With that in mind, Cinema Blend has put together its definitive list of the 30 best superhero movies ever made.
While Luke’s participation in The Force Awakens was a glorified walk-on role, he will surely be a major character in Episode VII. And, if one rumor is to be believed, he will be both powerful and have a temper.
To celebrate Star Wars Day, Chris Miller, one of the co-directors of the upcoming Han Solo movie, shared a special photo connected to the famous fictional smuggler.
There were so many different rumors about Star Wars: The Force Awakens that it was just short of impossible to keep them all straight. Well, now Luke Skywalker himself has informed us that one of the old rumors wasn’t entirely untrue.
Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 and Part 2 will be when the MCU heroes finally battle Thanos. However, these movies will soon be making a key change. Get the details.
While we sit here on the eve of the release of another major comic book movie with Captain America: Civil War, we know that the next big comic book movie is right around the corner.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been incredibly successful in its ability to create a shared universe of superheroes, with each one being a fully realized and unique character. For all the success that Marvel has had with creating their heroes, one place where they have been routinely criticized is in their villains.
The name holds dual meanings. Not only is it the character’s long-awaited return to the company that created him (Marvel), it will be a return to a high-school aged hero, meaning we might see Peter struggling to find a date to the Homecoming dance.