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Video game movies have not exactly been considered critical darlings throughout their history, however, this hasn’t stopped film studios from taking chances on these types of movies. Already this year, there have been two films based on video games released in the Alicia Vikander led Tomb Raider and the Dwayne Johnson led Rampage, with more planned in upcoming
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Don’t expect to hear any Avengers: Infinity War spoilers from Falcon actor Anthony Mackie, and certainly don’t expect him to tell you if his character becomes Captain America in the next Marvel Studios film. On Good Morning America, one of the hosts pointed out that Falcon became Captain America in the comics. At that, Mackie
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Letitia Wright might not be known for her freestyle rap skills, but she made a very valiant effort on a recent episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The actor, who plays Shuri, princess of Wakanda and sister to the Black Panther in Marvel Studios’ Black Panther, was challenged to freestyle in a segment
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Guillermo del Toro is becoming more of a family man with his new multi-year exclusive deal with DreamWorks Animation. Del Toro’s relationship with DreamWorks currently consists of creating and writing the ongoing Netflix series Trollhunters. Chris DeFaria, President of DreamWorks Animation Film Group, announced the deal Thursday, according to Deadline. Part of the deal includes Del Toro
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Henry Cavill, the DC Extended Universe’s own Man of Steel, has wished Superman a happy 80th birthday on Instagram. Cavill marked the occasion with an image from artist Eddie Liu’s 2015 “Old Heroes” series, which focused on DC’s premier superheroes in their old age. “For 80 years he has been saving our tails and indeed
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Avengers: Infinity War will bring many of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s heroes together, but perhaps one of the most anticipated dynamics is that between Shuri and Iron Man, aka Tony Stark. During her interview on Good Morning America, Black Panther star Letitia Wright gave fans a taste of how Shuri and Tony might interact. “Iron
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Avengers: Infinity War was filmed entirely with IMAX cameras, and now Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and directors Joe and Anthony Russo would like to tell you why. In a new featurette, the filmmakers revealed how the IMAX format enhances the film. “We look at all the different aspect ratios, but the pure form and
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Renowned filmmaker Steven Spielberg has boarded Warner Bros.’ film adaptation of DC Comics’ Blackhawk. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Spielberg will produce the film, with the intention of “developing it as a directing vehicle.” Jurassic Park screenwriter David Koepp is penning the script for the movie. Koepp has also worked with Spielberg on The Lost
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Black Panther‘s post-credits scene was originally a lot longer according to Sebastian Stan, who featured in the scene as a rehabilitated Bucky Barnes. In a panel at Wizard World Portland, Stan revealed that the post-credits scene in Black Panther was initially well over eight minutes longer than what made the final cut. “There was something really actually
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Academy Award-winning writer John Ridley is bringing his American Way comic to the big screen after reaching a deal with independent production studio Blumhouse Productions. Debuting in 2006 under DC Comics’ Wildstorm imprint, Ridley and artist/co-creator Georges Jeanty’s comic series took place in an alternate version of the United States that saw the government create
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Avengers: Infinity War appears poised to be the swan song for several characters audiences have grown to know over the last ten years, and it’s possible that Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man will be one of them. With recent rumors swirling around the actor hanging up the armor after this and Avengers 4, co-director Joe Russo
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A familiar (masked) face from Camp Crystal Lake has been announced to join the One:12 Collective line by popular action figure and collectible statue manufacturer Mezco Toyz. Jason Voorhees, the iconic slasher villain from the Friday the 13th franchise is the latest addition to the toy company’s premier collectible line with the figure’s design based
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2004’s Catwoman is not a beloved film. However, Halle Berry, who starred in that critically derided movie, says that Black Panther has Catwoman to thank for its success, though she was probably joking. Berry was presenting the award for Outstanding Individual Episode (in a series without a regular LGBTQ character) to Master of None‘s Lena
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James Wan’s Aquaman will feature Amber Heard reprising her role as Mera, and the 31-year-old actress has now shared a new behind-the-scenes look at her character in the highly anticipated DC Comics-based solo film. The image seems to come from reshoots/additional footage on the film. “Aquafied yet again,” Heard wrote alongside the photo, which she posted
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The long-awaited Godzilla/Pacific Rim crossover has (sort of) arrived. For the upcoming Japanese release of the anime Godzilla: Kessen Kidō Zōshoku Toshi (Godzilla: City on the Edge of Battle), Toho Inc. and Legendary Pictures have collaborated on a promotional poster featuring the titular legendary Kaiju and a crew of Jaegers, including Gipsy Avenger, Saber Athena and Bracer
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Marvel Cinematic Universe actor and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Ghost Rider, Gabriel Luna, has boarded the sixth entry in James Cameron’s Terminator franchise as the film’s titular Terminator. Joining Luna in the film, which is reportedly going to ignore the events of every Terminator after the second entry, are Natalia Reyes (Lady, La Vendedora de Rosas)
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The lives of the Parr family are turned upside-down in the new trailer for Pixar’s Incredibles 2, which lays out why Elastgirl has returned to costumed action while Mr. Incredible is left at home. Temporarily, it seems. Helen Parr’s new job, which is intended to change public perceptions of superheroes, results in her family living
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It is official: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is now Sony Picture’s highest grossing film — ever. Surpassing the 2002 Spider-Man’s domestic box office take of $403.7 million, The Wrap reports that the psuedo-sequel to 1995’s Jumanji has cleared the hurdle and grossed a bit over $403.7 million. RELATED: REVIEW: Rampage is Exactly the Dumb, Fun Movie It Wants To Be Welcome to
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S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Phil Coulson reports for duty in a new photo from the set of Captain Marvel. Actor Clark Gregg, who was introduced as the fan-favorite S.H.I.E.L.D. operative in 2008’s Iron Man, posted an image teasing he’s about to begin filming his role in the upcoming Marvel Studios film. “New job, old friends,” he wrote
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A Quiet Place writer-director John Krasinski has signed onto the upcoming film Life of Mars. The movie will adapt Shade, The Changing Girl writer Cecil Castellucci’s short story “We Have Always Lived on Mars,” which is illustrated by Carl Wiens. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Krasinski will produce the project with his Quiet Place team,
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Surprising perhaps no one, Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War has been rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America, for “intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action throughout, language and some crude references.” Every Marvel Studios film thus far has received a PG-13 rating, and it certainly doesn’t affect the box-office receipts. Black Panther, the
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