This year, Santa Claus and Thanos the Mad Titan arrive on the very same day because Netflix is adding Avengers: Infinity War to its library on December 25. The full list of Netflix's new December 2018 additions hasn't surfaced just yet, but on Monday, the streaming platform's NX on Netflix Twitter account tweeted, "Oh, snap. Avengers: Infinity War is coming to @Netflix on December 25." We can safely consider this official word. As great as this news is, it's also somewhat bittersweet considering it brings us that much closer to the end of Disney and Netflix's partnership. New York Times reported in August that Ant-Man and the Wasp would be the last Marvel film to make its way over to Netflix.
Netflix is trying to get as much bang out of its soon-to-expire Disney deal as possible. In the U.S. and Canada, Netflix will debut Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” on Christmas Day, Dec. 25. The streamer announced the premiere date for the superhero blockbuster in a tweet Monday. But Netflix’s deal with Disney will end in […]
"Black Panther" and "Avengers: Infinity War" both crushed the global box office. "Black Panther" is the second highest-grossing film of the year and the ninth highest-grossing movie of all time. Which film was the blockbuster of the year?
The second installment in a new series written expressly for the big screen by J.K. Rowling, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is also the tenth film in the Harry Potter universe. Popular interest has been quite strong, as the movie has already earned more than $253 million at the box office worldwide. Three more installments in the Fantastic Beasts series await, with the next film scheduled for release on November 20, 2020. Before that happens, what other major franchise sequels will see release in 2019? Here are three upcoming sequels that all have our eager attention. 'Glass' Frankly, we didn't realize Split was a sequel until its closing moments, but we now have a fuller idea
We're almost there, guys! For a while now, it's been rumored that the long-awaited first trailer for Avengers 4 would be arriving later this month, and today, some new chatter has sprung up which suggests that it's going to be here in just a few days. Specifically, November 23rd aka this Friday. The date comes from not one but two folks who've often proved to have a good track record in the past. First, SuperBroMovies' Daniel R reported that “a very reliable source” has informed him that it's looking like the trailer will land this Friday, though he did stress that the intel's “unconfirmed” at present. What's more, MCU Cosmic's Jeremy Conrad also spoke up on the matter. “There are whispers of
The Snappening of Avengers: Infinity War took away some of our favourite heroes from us. So many lives were lost and the world mourned it for months. However, it appears that we may have one less soul to mourn for. According to a new theory posted on Reddit, Doctor Strange may not have died in Thanos' genocide. Sure, we did see him get turned to ashes in the movie, telling Tony Stark “this was the only way,” but going back to his own, solo movie, there is something that we may have missed. Check out the theory: “So I've been watching all the MCU movies in release order over the past month. I just got to Dr. Strange, and I've realized that there's either a large plot hole in Infinity War, or that