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Patty Jenkins Is Grateful She Didn’t Direct Thor: The Dark World

If all went according to plan, Patty Jenkins would have been the first woman to direct a Marvel Cinematic Universe film six years before anyone else. The Wonder Woman director was set to make the Thor: The Dark World back in 2013 but left early in the process due to “creative differences.” Now, years later, she’s opened up about the experience and her thoughts shine a new light not just on the Thor sequel, but the role of gender in Hollywood. Read More >>

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The Coronavirus Outbreak Has Put the Comics Industry Between a Rock and a Hard Place

In the UK, comic book stores have had to close their doors alongside all other non-essential reteailers. In the United States, more and more comic book stores are also having to close their doors because of the ongoing covid-19 outbreak – whether that’s due to state restrictions or an actual lack of new product. One of the biggest questions looming has been what, if any, steps publishers and distributors like Diamond might be able to do to help shops weather the ongoing storm. The answer, of course, is somewhat complicated. Read More >>

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Into the Spider-Verse’s Jake Johnson Is Helping Kids Cope With Personal Messages From Spider-Man

We’ve all been facing challenges because of social distancing, but perhaps none more so than children. Being forced to stay inside during key phases of development is rough – not just for the kids, but for their parents. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse star Jake Johnson is doing his part to give them comfort by sending personal voicemails from their web-slinging hero. Read More >>

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These Children Ask Tom Holland Some Intense Questions About Spider-Man and His Career

Children, due to our perceiving them as innocent, can get away with some things adults can’t. They can be curious, for instance, in ways that would be perceived as rude or downright offensive if us grownups tried it. Which makes them fantastic celebrity interviewers. Read More >>

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Marvel’s Black Widow Is the Latest to Be Delayed by Coronavirus

The heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe can defeat any villain, but they’ve finally met their match: covid-19. Read More >>

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The Tangled Web of Every Spider-Man Movie Currently in the Works

Considering he’s one of pop culture’s most beloved superheroes, it’s not too surprising that there are myriad plans to bring about a vast swath of movies starring not just Spider-Man, but the large number of supporting heroes and villains that make up his own little Spider-Verse. But there are just so many happening, we thought you might like a reminder of what’s in the works. Read More >>

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Disney’s Avengers Campus Will Open in July (Unless It Doesn’t)

Disney has set an opening date for its Marvel park experience at Disney’s California Adventure, revealing that Avengers Campus will open this July. It sounds like a wild time...but what about that whole looming pandemic thing? Read More >>

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Richard E. Grant Will Grace Loki With His Presence

The adopted Asgardian god of trickery and general mischief is set to meet a number of new faces in Disney+’s upcoming Loki series – including, but not limited to, one belonging to a person very recently spotted in a galaxy far, far away. Read More >>

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Thor: Love And Thunder Will Include Guardians Of The Galaxy

Vin Diesel has just confirmed that Guardians of the Galaxy characters will make an appearance in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder. Read More >>

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Kumail Nanjiani’s Eternals Superhero Has the Coolest Secret Identity

Unlike most of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s established superheroes, who – aside from Spider-Man – have never really bothered to hide their secret identities, the family of characters at the heart of Eternals have spent thousands of years living among humanity, all the while hiding the fact that they’re a race of superbeings created by the Celestials. Read More >>

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Tessa Thompson Says That Christian Bale Is Playing the Villain in Thor: Love and Thunder

Tessa Thompson let a secret slip. A big one. Though, honestly, I don’t feel like I know much more about the movie than I did before. Read More >>

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8 Sibling Teams Who Paved the Way for Onward’s Fantasy Adventure Brothers

When you’re a kid and you suddenly find yourself part of a big movie adventure, chances are good that if you have a sibling around, they’ll come too. That happens in Pixar’s Onward – just the latest in a long line of sci-fi and fantasy movies featuring siblings who become hero teams along the way. Here are eight of our other favourites. Read More >>

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The Reason Rise of Skywalker’s Chewie Medal Moment Is So Weird

Let’s be honest: no matter how you feel about the film as a whole, a lot of The Rise of Skywalker is weird. Some of that weirdness comes from its gleeful embrace of Star Wars’ silliest indulgences, some of it is from the fact that it is, at all times, Quite A Lot. But one of its weirdest moments does a huge disservice to one of the saga’s stalwarts. Read More >>

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A Movie as Epic as Avengers: Endgame Deserves an Equally Epic Painting

If ever a showdown could be described as “great,” Avengers: Endgame would be it. You’ve got the Avengers, you’ve got Thanos, you’ve got ships, aliens, and resurrected beings. It’s got it all. Capturing that gigantic sequence in one image might seem like an impossible challenge, but artist Scott Campbell pulled it off. Read More >>