"It’s a huge opportunity for me to be part of the Marvel universe, so it’s my job to make sure the Marvel universe is as good as it can be," the actor said.
Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel, made history as the first Muslim American superhero to headline her own Marvel comic book.
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Anthony Mackie has played Falcon seven times in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starting with 2014's "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." In an interview for Variety's Actors on Actors issue, Mackie talked to Daveed Diggs about the need for more diversity in Disney's Marvel movies. The conversation started out with both actors talking about their most […]
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For her part, Jackson is simply honored to be nominated for the role, even if Marvel doesn’t come calling.
The Marvel star got emotional while sharing his experience standing on the balcony where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated.
"Those aren’t the values I stand for in my own life. Those weren’t the values then or ever for me," Josh Trank said. "Because I’m somebody who always talks about standing up for what I believe in, even if it means burning my career out."
A Wisconsin man named Mike Justman has found a way to uplift his community during the coronavirus pandemic by dressing up as the iconic Marvel superhero.
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Comic book fans have been beside themselves with excitement at rumours that Sam Raimi was circling the director's chair for the Doctor Strange sequel.
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Patty Jenkins is one of the success stories of the DC Extended Universe, but she almost helmed an early MCU sequel.
“Shang-Chi” director Destin Daniel Cretton announced Monday that he has tested negative for the coronavirus, and urged his social media followers to “please err on the side of safety and concern for those more vulnerable than you.”Cretton, who is in Australia for the filming of “Shang-Chi,” went into self-isolation last Thursday and the production was placed on hiatus. While Disney said at the time that Cretton took the step out of caution because he has an infant child, the specific event that prompted him to worry wasn’t disclosed at the time. But in a statement posted to Instagram Monday, Cretton said he did so after he became aware that he “was working in close proximity with some people who had potentially been exposed.”Cretton added that during his isolation over the weekend, he had time to consider what he called “a time full of opinions and division, where scientific truths are debated and brushed off as political spins.” Even so, Cretton said he is heartened because “I could see something really quite beautiful happening. People all around the world are beginning to realize how connected we are, how vulnerable we are, how much we need each other to survive.”Also Read: Bored at Home? Here's Where You Can Watch Most of AFI's Top 25 Films (Photos)Cretton wrote that he is happy that he tested negative, but that he “will continue to be even more careful in the days ahead. Because if you believe in good science, and I do, we still have a mountain to climb together. No matter what you believe or how serious you think this problem is, please err on the side of safety and concern for those more vulnerable than you, and remember that having no symptoms doesn’t mean you’re not a carrier.”He concluded, “Please stay hopeful, please stay humble, please stay home. Social distancing is an act of love for yourself, your family, and for every person on this planet. Sending all of you our love from Sydney, Australia.”The good news comes hours after it was announced that Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson had been released from the hospital. The couple, who are also in Australia for a now-postponed film shoot, disclosed that they tested positive for coronavirus last Wednesday, a move widely credited with changing world opinion about the seriousness of the illness.Starring Simu Liu in the title role, “Shang-Chi” focuses on Marvel’s Shang-half-Chinese, half-American martial arts superhero created by writer Steve Englehart and artist Jim Starlin. In the comics, Shang-Chi is an extraordinary master of numerous unarmed and weaponry-based wushu styles, including the use of the gun, nunchaku and jian. The film also stars Awkwafina in an unannounced role, and Tony Leung as Marvel villain The Mandarin.Disney did not immediately respond to a request for comment from TheWrap. “Shang-Chi” remains on hiatus.Read original story ‘Shang-Chi’ Director Says He’s Tested Negative for Coronavirus: ‘Please Err on the Side of Safety’ At TheWrap
Director Destin Daniel Cretton has self-isolated under the recommendation of a doctor.
The California theme park will open its massive Marvel-themed land on July 18 featuring new attractions that expand the MCU.
Filming on the Disney Plus series "Falcon & Winter Soldier" has been shut down in Prague due to concerns over the coronavirus, Variety has confirmed. The move comes after the Czech government placed a ban on movie screenings, elementary and high school classes, sports matches, and cultural events. The Prague Film Festival has also been canceled. […]
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The show created superheroes, known as the Vindicators, who battle the villain Chinos in a storyline very similar to "Infinity War."
Marvel's Netflix partnership, which produced shows such as "Daredevil" and "Jessica Jones," is over, but fans have a new chance to get a piece of the street level superheroes' history.
“I feel like a younger audience hasn't seen a strong trans woman of color who is willing to take on [a superhero] role and do it the right way," Mj Rodriguez said.