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Compared to the other MCU movies, Doctor Strange is (no pun intended) one of the stranger entries. Taking into account various tidbits, teases and info drops, here you’ll find everything we know so far about Doctor Strange!
While Nicholas Sparks has become a one man love story factory, churning out novel after novel that then become movie after movie, it almost never happened. It turns out there was a serious problem finding an actor to make The Notebook.
Marty Baron, the former Boston Globe editor portrayed on screen by Liev Schreiber in awards contender Spotlight, admitted that he became very emotional watching the film.
Thanks to the Doctor Strange info dump that's been going down today, we've got details on just who Rachel McAdams' character is in connection with the good doctor himself.
With the exception of the Sherlock Holmes films, Rachel McAdams isn’t exactly known for taking on big blockbuster projects – instead being part of more modestly-budgeted dramas and comedies. Because of this record, one could wonder if there was any hesitance on her part to take a role in the upcoming Marvel Studios film Doctor Strange.
Obviously its impressive cast raises our expectations significantly – but what is it exactly what we want out of the Doctor Strange movie? That’s the subject of this week’s Hero Blend.
With Marvel’s Phase 3 in full juggernaut mode, we’re very close to Doctor Strange beginning production. While we know who will play most of the major roles, Rachel McAdam's part is still a bit of a mystery.
We got a glimpse of the worlds beyond at the end of Ant-Man when Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang entered that trippy Quantum Realm. Doctor Strange will broaden those horizons even further by diving deeper into the concept of parallel dimensions, but the Marvel hero won’t be our only lens into these uncharted terrains.
One of the superheroes we’re most excited to see on the big screen coming up is Marvel’s Sorcerer Supreme in Doctor Strange, and while we knew Benedict Cumberbatch will play the title character, we now know who his leading lady will be.
There are so many things that Spotlight does right, I hardly know where to begin.
This past weekend, Rachel McAdams confirmed that she has indeed had talks with Marvel Studios about a potential role in Scott Derrickson's upcoming Doctor Strange... but what has remained a mystery has been the exact part for which she has been rumored.
Ant-Man is such old news. The Marvel Cinematic Universe slows down for nobody and so on it moves to its next projects. It’s been rumored for the last few weeks that Rachel Mcadams was up for a role in the upcoming Doctor Strange movie.
A new rumor says that current True Detective actress Rachel McAdams has been offered the lead female role in Doctor Strange. No other details have been provided, but here are the characters we think she could end up playing.
Over the years, many leading ladies have been drawn to the Marvel Cinematic Universe - from Gwyneth Paltrow to Scarlet Johansson to Natalie Portman - and if new rumors are to be believed, then Rachel McAdams might be the next name to join that esteemed group. Pretty fetch, right?
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Rachel McAdams and Bradley Cooper hash out the details of their breakup in a clip from their new movie Aloha.
All eyes appear to be on Gyllenhaal, who stepped into this role after original pick Eminem – yes, that Eminem – stepped away. By all accounts, Jake threw himself into the role. We’ll see how it turns out when Southpaw opens in theaters on July 31.
We've known it for years as Cameron Crowe's Untitled Hawaiian Romantic Comedy, but the Almost Famous director's latest feature now has a name - Aloha - and a brand new trailer to trailer to go with it.
What did it take to get that little dog to gnaw on Amy Poehler's nipple through her shirt in Mean Girls? It's no longer one of the great mysteries of teen comedy cinema, as the subject came up in a recent feature showcasing the cast of the beloved 2004 comedy ten years later.
The Spotlight Team of reporters that discovered this coverup and inspired the name of the new film includes Globe editor Marty Baron (Schreiber), Spotlight editor Robby Robinson (Keaton), and reporters Michael Rezendes (Ruffalo), Sascha Pfieffer (Rachel McAdams) and Matt Carroll, who uncovered a massive backlog of coverups when investigating what they thought was merely a local case.