Bickering super-frenemies reunite in Disney+'s upcoming Marvel series to take on a familiar "Captain America" who's out for revenge.
Marvel Studios propmaster has launched a limited collection of high-end hand-crafted replicas using the molds, materials, and fabrication techniques from the movies. Get the first look now.
A primer on how the characters and events depicted in Marvel's latest blockbuster fall on the overall timeline leading up to "Avengers: Infinity War."
Some superhero sidekicks are so good that they need more screen time of their own, such as Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman, Idris Elba’s Heimdall, and more.
When Jon Bernthal and Tom Holland were shooting “Pilgrimage” together both actors were simultaneously trying to land roles in the Marvel big and small screen universe. During breaks from filming the gritty medieval action film, the two actors collaborated on the audition tapes that helped convince Marvel higher-ups they were the right people to play... <a href="http://variety.com/2017/film/news/jon-bernthal-punisher-tom-holland-spider-man-pilgrimage-1202393579/" title="Read How Tom Holland Helped Jon Bernthal Land His Role as Marvel’s ‘Punisher’">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
Spider-Man made an unforgettable entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe when he sprung into action in last summer’s Captain America: Civil War. The wunderkind hero played by breakout star Tom Holland proved a resourceful ally for Team Iron Man in the Avenger-vs.-Avenger clash on an airport tarmac. Holland, as it turns out, has not.
Actor Chris Evans stopped by “Ellen” along with his 10-year-old co-star, McKenna Grace, to talk about their new movie, “Gifted.” The adorable Grace had a little request for the “Captain America” star. She wanted him to tap dance for her, something he’d promised he would do for some time.
Will they or won’t they? It looks like two “Spider-Man: Homecoming” characters won’t be getting together after all.
By Aaron Couch, The Hollywood Reporter Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is at the top of the pack for this year’s Saturn Awards Nominations, with the film bringing in 11 nominations.It was a good year for Disney in other ways as well, with Steven Spielberg’s The BFG tying Doctor Strange with 10 nominations and Captain America: Civil War recognized in eight categories. Warner Bros.’ Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them brought in six nominations. ...
Remind us again why Black Widow doesn’t have her own Marvel-ous solo adventure yet? Largely thanks to her key role in this summer’s blockbuster hit, Captain America: Civil War, the folks at Forbes have crowned Scarlett Johansson as 2016’s top-grossing actor. Reprising her role as super-agile Avenger, Natasha Romanoff, a.k.a. the Black Widow, Johansson reluctantly took Team Iron Man’s side in the team’s civil war, which was gut-wrenching within the Marvel cinematic universe, but great for Marvel Studios’ bottom line, as the film grossed more than $1.15 billion around the world.
Five of the remaining contenders are from the Disney family; 'Kubo and the Two Strings' could be first animated film to get a nomination in this category since 1993
If you’re worried about that moment at your Thanksgiving dinner when you go around the table and say what you’re thankful for, never fear. Let’s look to the cinema for inspiration: the characters from 2016 movies who have had the most reasons to be thankful.
We always imagined Isla Nublar being a little more tropical, a little more remote. But there it is, smack dab in Center City Philadelphia… at least for the next few months. Beginning Friday and extending through April, Philly’s Franklin Institute will host the U.S. premiere of Jurassic World: The Exhibition, an immersive experience that aims to transport visitors to the dinosaur-populated island of movie infamy, with less deadly results. Related: All the Easter Eggs, Callbacks and Inside Jokes in ‘Jurassic World’ The installation, which opened to sell-out crowds earlier this year at Australia’s Melbourne Museum, features life-sized animatronic creatures based on species and settings from the Jurassic films.
Joe and Anthony Russo explain what they needed to see made it impractical to use a real suit, so what we see on screen was all added via visual effects
'SNL' cast member offers some hilarious (and mildly NSFW) opinions as she catches up with summer superhero blockbuster
Thanks to Captain America: Civil War, we know all about Team Cap and Team Iron Man. Team Thor, on the other hand, remained a mystery — at least until San Diego Comic-Con, when we learned that Asgardian ass-kicker was chilling Down Under with his new BFF via a laugh-out-loud mini-mockumentary. Now, to accompany the home edition of Civil War, Marvel has publicly released the full 3-minute clip (watch below), helmed by Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi in the style of his slice-of-undead-life 2014 vampire spoof What We Do in the Shadows (which in turn owes a debt to Ricky Gervais’s The Office). Along the way, Thor dictates an “electronic letter” to Tony Stark and Captain America offering his services, teaches kids about his fellow heroes, and reveals his personal crazy wall connecting the Infinity Stones to Thanos (a.k.a.
Fraternal filmmaking duo Joe and Anthony Russo had lofty ambitions when setting out to stage the crucial airport sequence pitting Team Cap against Team Iron Man in Captain America: Civil War. “When Joe and Anthony came to us and pitched it, they said, ‘We want this fight to be remembered in history,’” fight choreographer James Young told Yahoo Movies in the lead-up to the film’s upcoming Blu-ray and DVD release. “I think it might be one of the biggest sequences ever put on film,” Joe Russo told the Toronto Sun at one point during shooting.
Just like that the already-daunting task facing Jyn Erso and her ragtag Rebel crew got exponentially more difficult. Darth Vader — Sith Lord, Imperial enforcer, and all around bad dude — is on their case. In the brand new trailer (above) for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, released Thursday night during the Olympics coverage, the man in the mask made his long-anticipated appearance.
‘Finding Dory’ is still one of the hottest tickets of the summer (Photo: Disney/Pixar) We’re in the lazy days of summer, and that sluggishness extends all the way to the ticket booth. As the Fourth of July weekend approaches, it’s apparent that the 2016 summer movie season is off to a slow start, with tons of underachieving sequels and a few hits that seem almost obligatory (what, like you’re going to miss a Pixar or Avengers film?). As of mid-June, the summer box office was down 22 percent from last year, though Finding Dory has recently given that number a boost. In a sense, the tone for the whole year was set by March’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which brought in a ton of dough but little audience enthusiasm.