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Avengers: Endgame Is Overwhelmingly Epic and Immensely Satisfying

Avengers: Endgame is everything you’ve ever dreamed a Marvel movie could be. It’s a three-hour adrenaline shot to the heart featuring mysteries solved, consequences suffered, shock, awe, and delight. Some scenes have a scope so huge, the mind reels to comprehend what you’re watching. Others are so poignant and small, you’ll hear the sniffles echoing in the cinema. The film’s unrelenting bombardment of story and visual effects are sometimes so dense they edge toward baffling, but they also help gloss over a smattering of problems, which were inevitable with such grandiose goals. Endgame was never going to be perfect. But it comes damn close and, at times, rises to a state of near transcendence. Read More >>

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Watch the Captain Marvel End Credit Scene to Get Ready for the Endgame

Want to rewatch the end of Captain Marvel again but don’t have time to go to the cinema? Well, Marvel has obliged fans by uploading the film’s end credit scene ahead of the home video release as preparation for Avengers: Endgame. Read More >>

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The (Spoiler-Free) First Reactions to Avengers: Endgame Are Here!

Avengers: Endgame, the highly-anticipated finale to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as it stands so far, premiered tonight in Los Angeles. There, thousands of people were among the first in the world to see the film ahead of press screenings Tuesday and public screenings Thursday night Read More >>

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This Featurette Explores the Lore of John Wick’s Murdery Luxury Hotel

One of the most fun things about the John Wick universe is the way it is slowly building an elaborate lore to populate its world of wacky intense assassins. In this featurette, we get to explore one of the centerpieces of that lore: the Continental. Read More >>

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Kevin Feige Considers Spider-Man: Far From Home, Not Avengers: Endgame, as the End of the MCU’s Third Phase

Here’s an intriguing tidbit: according to Kevin Feige, Avengers: Endgame isn’t actually the end of the third phase of Marvel movies, even though, y’know, it’s in the name and everything. Read More >>

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We’re in the Endgame Now: Our Updated Guide to the Marvel Cinematic Universe

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been going strong for nearly 11 years now, changing the world of comic book films for ever. Phases 1 and 2 are now over, but there is still plenty of Marvel magic on its way as Phase 3 winds down to the release of Avengers: Endgame and Phase 4 begins with the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home in July. Read More >>

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This Avengers: Endgame Mashup Trailer Recalls a Decade of Hype

Avengers: Endgame isn’t just the end of a major epoch in the MCU, it’s a culmination of a decade’s worth of movies. To reflect that, Fandango’s Movieclips has mashed up Endgame footage with dramatic moments and trailer clips from almost all the movies that came before. Read More >>

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Impress Your Friends With Intimate Knowledge of Movies and Shows You’ve Never Watched

Going to the movies or binge-watching TV can be fun, sure, but it’s also time-consuming, and quite possibly expensive too—and thanks to the wonders of the modern-day internet, it’s no longer necessary. You can get clued up on that killer twist, or super-emotional showdown, or scarcely believable character arc, via a web browser in minutes... and then talk about it like an expert. Read More >>

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8 Movies Featuring Reanimation (That Aren’t About Zombies)

It’s aliiiiive! The Bible gave Jesus an encore after death, but Frankenstein is what really brought reanimation to the horror-movie forefront, and the genre’s been embracing it ever since. We’re not talking standard-issue zombies here—in honour of Pet Sematary, we’re counting up our favourite corpses who’ve bounced back from beyond with a little something extra. Read More >>

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In Dark Phoenix’s Final Trailer, Jean Grey is Singing Her Swansong

With Dark Phoenix, Fox’s years-long X-Men franchise is coming to an end and, judging from the film’s final trailer, the conclusion to Jean Grey’s story is going to be as devastating as it is long overdue. Read More >>

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Oh Boy, Hellboy’s Box Office Debut is Hell

Sometimes, a barrage of bad reviews can do little to dent the opening of a blockbuster film – just look at the vicious critical reaction to Batman v Superman and its initially-impressive take at the box office. But it seems like Hellboy, fresh off of a critical drubbing, couldn’t escape the level of hell Anung Un Rama was first summoned from. Read More >>

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Filming Avengers: Endgame Sounds Like a Logistical Nightmare for Its Actors

A movie as bold and intriguing as scope as Avengers: Endgame – the culmination of plot threads, character arcs, relentless post-credit teases, and actor contracts across over a decade of blockbuster film making – naturally invites with it the hushed procedure of secrecy. But that doesn’t just apply to avoiding leaks: it applies to its stars. Read More >>

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Breaking Down Hellboy’s Cryptic Post-Credits Scenes

Neil Marshall’s Hellboy is a reboot that does the source material little justice in terms of the quality of the adaptation, but it is jam-packed with nods and references to the comics, one of which suggests that, at least in theory, there might (have) been plans for future films. Read More >>

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J.J. Abrams Discusses How General Leia and Carrie Fisher Live on in The Rise of Skywalker

Carrie Fisher’s sudden death in 2016 surprised the entire world, but it hit the Star Wars fandom particularly hard given the actress’ connection to the franchise and the plans for General Leia Organa’s involvement in future films. After initial uncertainty whether Fisher would appear in Episode IX, it was eventually announced that Leia would, in fact, return, and at this year’s Star Wars Celebration, The Rise of Skywalker director J. J. Abrams spoke candidly about how that’s going to happen. Read More >>