Please Stand By tells the story of a young woman with autism (played by Dakota Fanning), who's super-into Star Trek and, according to Birth.Movies.Death, "leaves her caretaker in order to go cross country and deliver her own personal Star Trek screenplay to Hollywood." My seeing this movie is totally logical.Read More
One of the reasons that we love the Wonder Woman solo film so much, in addition to Patty Jenkins' masterful direction and a damn-near-perfect performance by Gal Gadot, is because it was the first time that moviegoers got a genuinely good film with a female superhero at its center. Now, we have Marvel's Captain Marvel to look forward to, and Kevin Feige has some mixed feelings about that.Read More
Runaways is one of my favorite Marvel comics (I have a weakness for teen superhero teams, what can I say?), and I'm so excited to start keeping up with Marvel's Runaways on Hulu! There are a couple of reasons in particular that I'm excited that go beyond me loving the source material.Read More
Ever since Black Panther was announced in Captain America: Civil War I have been salivating waiting for T'Challa to get his own feature film, when the trailer dropped and that Run the Jewels track played I knew that this movie was going to deliver. Yesterday, the character posters dropped giving everyone a better look at the cast, their roles, and T'Challa's claws.Read More
Disney, like CBS and DC Entertainment, is taking a huge gamble on the fact that we love their content so much that we'll be willing to pay for their separate streaming service, where their content will be available exclusively. When will these media companies learn that streaming services aren't their direct competition? The streaming services have already won.Read More
I, like much of America, saw Thor: Ragnarok this weekend and had a great time. It's literally the only time I've cared this much about Thor as a character. Also, I'm a much bigger fan of the closely-cropped hair than I ever was of Thor's longer, shaggier do. As it turns out, we have Kevin Smith and his nerdy ranting to thank for the change!Read More
4 out of 5 stars.
From its baldly preposterous plot to director Taika Waititi's signature humor, Thor: Ragnarok has way more character than any corporate, third-in-a-series superhero movie has the right to. It's as funny as it is messy.Read More
Tessa Thompson gathered some other Women of Marvel to approach Kevin Feige at a Ragnarok press event to present the idea of an all-female film.Read More
The entire concept of the Punisher as a character has long been on rocky ground, but with the tragic events in Las Vegas last weekend, it feels weirder than ever to celebrate Frank Castle's personal, gun-heavy brand of justice. Despite planned appearances at New York Comic Con this weekend—and elsewhere—Netflix has decided it would be best for everyone if the show were to lay low for a bit.Read More
I am all about this photo. Just, like, all about it. Everything. Forever.
Entertainment Weekly just shared our first look at Misty Knight post-Defenders, where she lost her arm in a fight with Bakuto, one of the members of the Hand (lot of arm action going on, eh).Read More
Now, more than ever, we need a Punisher series. Check out the teaser trailer after the jump.Read More
Yesterday, Black Panther co-creator and Marvel legend, Stan Lee, gave the actor playing the iconic character, Chadwick Boseman, his blessing.Read More
We're only two Marvel movies away from Avengers: Infinity War (Thor: Ragnarok and Black Panther), and things are appropriately increasing in scale and ominousness. This latest Thor: Ragnarok trailer not only includes some additional action compared to the previous ones, but it also brings in yet another major player in Marvel's cinematic universe: Doctor Strange.Read More
The above photo is as chilling as it is exciting. Despite talk to the contrary from early last year, Entertainment Weekly has confirmed that David Tennant will indeed be reprising the role of the sadistic villain, Kilgrave, on Season 2 of Jessica Jones.Read More
So ... that arrow, huh?Read More
So far, we've only been able to go on second-hand descriptions of the Avengers: Infinity War footage that was screened at San Diego Comic-Con, but if you want to put some visuals with those words, now's your (likely very short) chance.Read More
The first trailer for Thor: Ragnarok had an exuberant tone all its own among Marvel movies, due in no small part to the fun '80s sci-fi feel the whole movie is going for, but it had a bit of outside help, too.Read More
Now about speeding up that mid-season drag ...
Marvel's four Netflix shows are set to come together the way they were always intended later this month when Defenders debuts, but each individual show still has more story to tell afterwards, with second seasons for everyone and a third for Daredevil. The man without fear is the only one who's even gotten a second season so far, with an excruciating wait for others, but things appear to be speeding up.Read More
Marvel held a dedicated panel for the upcoming Inhumans TV series last night and San Diego Comic-Con, where they debuted a second trailer that had a bit more going for it than the first one did. It showed off a bit more action than the first and gave a better sense of the tension that will drive the story, although it also had a strange fixation on its IMAX gimmick.Read More
Is Mark Ruffalo Messing With Us or Did He Just Reveal the Most Massive Avengers: Infinity War Spoiler?
Mark Ruffalo and Don Cheadle were chatting with Good Morning America when Ruffalo let slip some Avengers: Infinity War info that made my jaw drop.Read More