Bill Foster was introduced to the Marvel Comics universe in 1966, and the decade following, he made his superhero debut as Black Goliath and became the new Giant-Man a few years after that. While it doesn't look like Laurence Fishburne's version of Bill will be suiting up this summer in Ant-Man and the Wasp, the most recent trailer revealed that he still has experience with increasing his size, as he worked with Michael Douglas' Hank Pym on Project Goliath. One astute Redditor has noticed that this isn't the first time Project Goliath has been mentioned, as Tony Stark referred to it, as well as Projects P.E.G.A.S.U.S. and E.X.O.D.U.S., in an extended Iron Man 2 scene where Tony is starting work
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized to lawmakers from the European Union in Brussels on Tuesday for its role in election interference, fake news, and Cambridge Analytica data misuse.
A new X-Men: Dark Phoenix teaser poster excludes "X-Men" from the title. Fox may still be busy monitoring Deadpool 2's success after it debuted last week, but the studio is already starting to slowly roll out marketing materials for their next Marvel film. The directorial debut for long-time X-Men film producer Simon Kinberg, the movie will put Sophie Turner's Jean Grey under the spotlight as she becomes the Dark Phoenix, as hinted in X-Men: Apocalypse. Plot details for the film are still being kept tightly under wraps, but it is said to be more grounded than past films. Dark Phoenix reportedly has gone through reshoots that would've cost an additional $100 million and will mainly focus on reworking
Romance "Call Me By Your Name" may have won a screenplay Oscar, and Disney's family-friendly "Beauty and the Beast" had a gay character, but movies from Hollywood's major studios last year had the lowest percentage of lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual characters since 2012, according to a report released on Tuesday. Gay and transgender media advocacy group GLAAD said in its annual Studio Responsibility Index that of the 109 releases by the seven largest movie studios in 2017, just 14, or 12.8 percent, included LGBTQ characters. GLAAD called on Hollywood to have 20 percent of annual film releases include a gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender or gender fluid character by 2021, rising to 50 percent of output by 2024.