Both Joe and Anthony Russo are proud of what they've managed to achieve with Avengers 4, the upcoming sequel to Avengers: Infinity War. The two brothers co-directed both movies, as well as Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War. In an interview with Deadline at San Diego Comic-Con, Joe Russo said, "I think ultimately Avengers 4 may be our best work for Marvel. I think we've grown with every movie that we've made there." The box office certainly agrees with Russo. Each Marvel film the Russo brothers direct is more financially successful than the last. The Winter Soldier grossed $714 million worldwide, while Civil War grossed $1.1 billion, and Infinity War grossed over
Marvel Studios isn't taking over Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con this year, but they have a pretty good presence at the annual convention anyway. Avengers: Infinity War was the darkest movie of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to be released so far, which led the studio to come up with a group "therapy" session for MCU fans who happen to be in San Diego for Comic-Con. The pop-up is called "Group Hug," and it's taking place over by Petco Park. Sad Infinity War fans are able to check out a deleted scene from the movie ahead of the Blu-ray release later this summer at the pop-up. The "Group Hug" therapy session allows MCU fans to mourn the loss of all of the heroes who turned to dust at the end of Infinity
The Predator director Shane Black is no stranger to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, having directed 2013's Iron Man 3. While speaking at San Diego Comic-Con, Black took a second to throw some shade at Avengers: Infinity War and Thanos' abilities as a villain. Shane Black is in San Diego to promote his upcoming The Predator and he appeared with the cast at Hall H this morning to show off some new footage and a hilarious sizzle reel that had the cast thinking about other battles that a Predator could win. While speaking to the packed crowd in Hall H at Comic-Con, Shane Black took a second away from promoting The Predator to take a shot at Infinity War, which is the most successful film of the year to be released this far.
Spider-Man: Far From Home's Title This is one of the more recent examples on this list. Earlier this summer, Tom Holland took to social media to address his fanbase and provide an update on his upcoming projects, and he while he personally admitted that he didn't have any updates about Spider-Man: Homecoming 2, he then showed fans a tablet with the script's front page on full display, thus revealing to the world that the film would be called Spider-Man: Far From Home. It's difficult to say whether or not this was intentional on Holland's part, but compared to other entries on this list, it does feel a bit more staged.
Marvel has revealed the new Mondo poster for Infinity War and it's undeniably epic. There are two versions of the poster. One is an exclusive variant that will be available at Mondo's booth during San Diego Comic-Con this weekend. The other version will be available on the company's website for a limited time as well starting this Sunday. In either case, it's a poster that Marvel fans would surely be very happy to have hanging on their wall. The new Infinity War poster from Mondo is jam-packed with the movie's heroes, with a bearded Steve Rogers out in front. Thanos ominously looms in the background, looking scary as ever. The poster was designed by artist Matt Taylor. Both posters are the same
We’re living through a full-fledged nerd culture renaissance. From “Game of Thrones” to “Avengers: Infinity War,” the highest-grossing movies, top-rated television shows and best-selling novels all hail from the fantasy, horror or comic-book canon. Once dismissed as dorky, anything involving warrior princesses, cape-wearing heroes or boy wizards is now the epitome of cool. Comic-Con unspools […]
Tony Stark, Bruce Banner, Wong and Doctor Stephen Strange are all extraordinary individuals capable of great things, but together they are more – together, they are Marvel's Science Bros. That term quickly became the catch-all for Stark and Co. once Avengers: Infinity War began shooting, at which point it was revealed via set pics that the MCU's magical foursome would be defending New York City from two members of the Black Order – namely Ebony Maw and Cull Obsidian. What those set photos didn't tell us, though, is that this scene in question is a lot funnier than initially expected, as Tony Stark trades insults with Ebony Maw, only to be embarrassed in front of Marvel's wizards by an Incredible
In an interview from earlier this year that has resurfaced on Reddit overnight, Kevin Feige indicated that the current storylines within the MCU will be tied up very finally in the sequel to Infinity War, due next April. Speaking to the Toronto Sun, he said: “It's a world I hope continues far into the future in the same way all of these storylines have continued in the comics. “We're one decade in. In the comics, some of these heroes are five, six, seven decades in. So I do hope they continue for a long time. “But, storylines can come to an end. The best stories do come to an end. Return of the Jedi was an ending for a long time and as a 10-year-old in 1983 that carried me through 30 years until
China’s box-office has quickly become one of the world’s largest marketplaces. Unfortunately, although business has never been better for cinemas, not every movie can be a blockbuster smash – something Asura, hailed as China’s most expensive film ever made, discovered this week. Pitched as an epic fantasy franchise that would follow in Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones’ footsteps, the movie made less than 50 million yuan (£5.64 million) over the weekend.
MARVEL Avengers 4: Is Black Panther alive in these pictures The man in Black is back. Or is he? After the phenomenal Black Panther movie roared to a kingly box office triumph earlier tihs year, he seemed set to be one of the brightest new stars of th Marvel Cinematic Universe. So it really put the big cat among the pidgeons when he crumbled to dust in front of his devoted general, and horrified audiences in cinemas around the world. After the devastating ending of Avengers 3, fans have rushed back to set pictures released last year when Avengers 4 was completing principal photography for clues to who will be coming back and how. There has been much renewed excitement over a series of pictures