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Captain America: Civil War introduces two extremely important superheroes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. One of them is Spider-Man, who has already been at the center of five of his own movies. The other character, however, is T’Challa a.k.a. Black Panther – a hero making his live-action debut in the blockbuster who isn’t terribly well-known to mass audiences.
Few details have been released about Aquaman, but given how dark Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was, some have wondered in the Atlantean hero’s solo movie will strike a similar tone. Here’s what director James Wan said.
Although Star Trek Beyond won’t hit theaters until later this summer, it now seems that Paramount has plans for a fourth installment in the sci-fi franchise.
Because of how big a threat Thanos is, Avengers: Infinity War will feature the largest cast of MCU heroes yet. Unfortunately for fans of Marvels small screen offerings, you still shouldn’t expect any TV heroes to show up.
Younger generations seem incredibly adept at picking up the language of the internet, because even high-concept sci-fi adventures like Star Wars: The Force Awakens can now be conveyed in something as simple as emojis.
Before Captain America: Civil War arrives later this week, we’re highlighting Steve Rogers’ most heroic moments in the MCU so far, when he went above and beyond the call of duty.
We live in a diverse world and slowly but surely our entertainment has evolved to represent this fact. One franchise that received a good deal of praise for its diverse casting was Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
As the box office heats up, a slew of winter favorites are finally heading to DVD and Blu-ray, and while we’re a little early to catch stuff like Batman V Superman, there are a ton of critically acclaimed movies and big box office releases that are out this month.
Director Bryan Singer has already addressed concerns over Apocalypse’s appearance and size in X-Men: Apocalypse, but he also revealed that there’s been special work done behind the scenes to improve this part of Oscar Isaac’s performance.
The worst kept secret in Hollywood is that Lebron James has wanted to make a sequel to the Loony Tunes movie Space Jam. Now, instead of more rumors about how it might happen, it looks like it's actually happening.
2016 marks the 20th anniversary of Tom Cruise’s Jerry Maguire. The drama about a sports agent who has a breakdown earned several Oscar nominations in 1996, including a win for Cuba Gooding Jr. for Best Supporting Actor,
Internet rumors are funny things. They occur literally everyday, and sometimes they turn out to be true, and sometimes they don’t. This means that even the oddest rumors always seem to have that slight possibility that they could actually end up accurate.
The first images of Oscar Isaac’s Apocalypse received a lot of complaints when he was revealed last summer. Now X-Men: Apocalypse director Bryan Singer at those who originally critiqued the Egyptian powerhouse’s look.
Despite remaining dormant for years, we now know that the upcoming Monsterpocalypse adaptation has finally managed to sign on the perfect director to take the reigns on the story.
Six storylines that could provide perfect inspiration for Ben Affleck's upcoming villain-heavy Batman solo movie.
After six weeks of release Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is about ready to wrap up its theatrical run. While it still likely has a few million dollars to add to its overall take, the additional revenue will not be enough to overtake any other superhero films at the global box office.
While movies are often criticized for their repeated use of, really, any other existing property in order to find material for their films, the Broadway stage is just as guilty of using movies to find material for new musicals.
Movie marketing can be an utterly bizarre experience. Every brand and company want to find a way to tie themselves into popular media, as being the “official” anything of a film is guaranteed to get more eyeballs on your brand name.
While not an official holiday on the calendar, May 4 has become an adopted day of celebration for all things Star Wars (simply because, when said aloud, the date sounds like “May The Fourth Be With You,” which is reason enough for us).
While video games are still struggling to find the cinematic adaptation that will give them the sort of credibility that comic books have received, one thing that’s for sure is that production companies are not letting the lack of success thus far dissuade them from finding new properties to adapt.