Disney released the full, hilarious script for Thor: Ragnarok as part of the film's campaign for a Best Adapted Screenplay award, and now it can live on your computer as a PDF forever.Read More
Thor: Ragnarok VFX Reel Gives the People What They Want: More of Taika Waititi in His Korg Motion-Capture Suit
The Thor: Ragnarok visual effects (VFX) reel has been making the rounds, and it finally gives the people what they want: more footage of director Taika Waititi in his Korg motion-capture suit.Read More
The colorful, soap-opera storytelling of comics has always embraced romance. So will the Marvel Cinematic Universe finally follow its lead with a romantic comedy?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
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
New cast portraits photos showcase the absolutely astounding costumes Black Panther's cast is rocking and holy crap, just give Ruth E. Carter her Academy Award already.Read More
3.5 out of 5 tangled webs.
If you love Spider-Man or have a small child, oh boy, do I have good news for you. For the rest of us, Spider-Man: Homecoming can be light-hearted and enjoyable, but it probably won't knock your socks off.Read More
Marvel co-president Louis D'Esposito recently shared a photo of the on-set chairs for Black Panther, revealing what looks like the movie's new logo.Read More
Marvel Studios’ Victoria Alonso Doesn’t “Want to Be the Only [Woman] in the Room,” Speaks to Marvel’s “Conscious Change”
While Marvel has taken some pretty big steps toward gender parity in their comics with the introduction of female characters like Ms. Marvel, Riri Williams, and Lunella Lafayette, as well as team efforts like A-Force, progress seems to be a bit slower when it comes to comics creators and executives at Marvel Studios.Read More
Season two of Marvel's Netflix series Jessica Jones may still be in the works—and as of now, isn't slated to premiere until 2018 on the streaming service—but one more piece of info has just been revealed about who will be working behind the camera on the second season.Read More
The Wasp hasn't been in any Avengers movies before now, in spite of having been a founding member of the team in the original comics. She'll be on the team eventually. Like, years from now. But it's happening.Read More
Hayley Atwell hasn't given up on Agent Carter, even long after the TV show's cancellation.Read More
Stan Lee's Marvel movie cameos have become a mainstay of the form; they may not be mandatory parts of the movies, but they're definitely an aspect that we've all gotten used to and perhaps even taken for granted. But Stan Lee is 93 years old (!!!), and flying around the country to film these cameos can take quite a toll on the guy. Because of that, Marvel Studios has taken great pains to make sure that the process is as quick as possible.Read More
Initially, the Russo brothers shared that they had weighed the decision to kill off Captain America before deciding against it, with Feige adding that the plot had always been more about "fracturing the team" prior to the events of Infinity War.Read More
Rebecca Hall Confirms Iron Man 3‘s Women Had More Lines—Until Marvel Demanded Toy Sale-Focused Rewrites
This past spring, Iron Man 3's director described one of the more disappointing rewrites made to the film before its release; an earlier draft of the movie had a female villain. Today, Rebecca Hall confirmed that her role in the movie did indeed get reduced over the course of these rewrites.Read More
Doctor Strange‘s Director “Was Going to Leave Wong out” but Brought Him Back Due to Whitewashing Concerns
Doctor Strange's Scott Derrickson has once again had to field questions about why Tilda Swinton got cast as The Ancient One, rather than letting that opportunity go to an Asian actor. He responded by bringing up the decision to include the character Wong, which was already a controversial choice for some fans.Read More
The segment also appears as a special feature on Digital HD.
If you were left feeling curious about what Thor was up to during the battle between Tony and Cap, Marvel Studios has finally released a little glimpse into his activities.Read More
One has to wonder if Larson's been provided with the entire reading list for Captain Marvel--or maybe she's just a completist like me and needs to read everything in chronological order. Either way, she's picked a fantastic place to start.Read More
Did you feel disappointed about how little Hawkeye got to do in the first Avengers movie? Jeremy Renner felt that way too, to the point where he didn't even want to continue with the series at all, and lobbied for his character to get killed off.Read More
Part One and Part Two are no more.
Remember when we thought there were going to be two parts to Avengers: Infinity War? It was over a year ago--which feels like an... infinity. (Okay, okay, no points for that dumb pun.)Read More