The Eternals: New MCU Film

The Eternals: Kevin Feige Reveals First Details on New MCU Film

The Eternals: New MCU Film

The Eternals: Kevin Feige reveals first details on new MCU film

In an interview with Omelete at 2019 CCXP, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has finally shared the first details on the highly-anticipated film The Eternals, giving us a much better idea of what to expect for the film’s plot and characters. He also revealed that the upcoming film will change and affect everything in the MCU.

“[The Eternals is] an epic that spans 7,000 years of human history, has cosmic connotations, and changes everything we know about the MCU,” Feige explained. “It’s ambitious, and takes…from present-day to Mesopotamia to all sorts of locations and time periods and really feels like nothing we’ve done before.”

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First Images ‘Ghostbusters’ Afterlife

First Images 'Ghostbusters' Afterlife

First Images ‘Ghostbusters’ Afterlife

First Images ‘Ghostbusters’ Afterlife

First things first: The speculation and random Ecto Cooler ads were correct. The next Ghostbusters movie is titled Ghostbusters: Afterlife. That’s been officially confirmed by a new article in Vanity Fair, which includes the first concrete plot details for the movie, along with a bunch of new images of the movie — including the one above of the Ghostbusters’ signature vehicle, the Ecto-1, tearing through a cornfield.

While a cornfield seems like a strange setting for a distinctly New York franchise, the new film apparently takes place in “a small town in Oklahoma,” on a farm that the main characters — Callie, played by Carrie Coon, and her two kids Phoebe (Mckenna Grace) and Trevor (Finn Wolfhard) —...

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Venom 2 Aims for R-Rating

Venom 2 Aims for R-Rating

We’ve got some juicy bits of info regarding Venom 2. First up, we have word that Stephen Graham, who most recently starred in Martin Scorsese’s gangster epic The Irishman, has been added to the growing cast. We also are hearing from one of the movie’s producers that, largely thanks to the success Joker has enjoyed over the past few months, an R-rating isn’t off the table for the sequel.

As for the casting, according to several reports, Stephen Graham has joined the cast in a currently undisclosed role. Graham’s previous credits include HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, Snatch, Gangs of New York and, more recently, the Elton John biopic Rocketman. The cast also includes returning stars Tom Hardy and Michelle Williams, as well as Woody Harrelson, who appeared briefly in a pos...

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Dracula From the Sherlock Creators?

Dracula From the Sherlock Creators?

Bram Stoker’s Dracula was not an instant hit in 1897 when it was first published, despite positive reviews. But the figure of the vampire himself has since become a cultural figure with a status few others have achieved. Consequently, there have been an enormous amount of stage and screen adaptations of the Dracula novel, or featuring the character throughout the 20th century and into the 21st.

And now, Sherlock creators Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss have made their own adaptation of Stoker’s novel, starring Claes Bang as the eponymous bloodsucker. It got us wondering what kind of Dracula we might be in for this time...

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The Rise of Skywalker

The Rise of Skywalker

The RealD 3D poster for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has some major A New Hope vibes. This is the second poster of the day, following the epic IMAX version. Disney and Lucasfilm are bringing out the big guns for the early promotion and it looks like Star Wars fans are starting to get even more excited than they were before. Part of that excitement comes from The Mandalorian Disney+ series, which has been getting positive reviews from even the most negative fans of the franchise.

The RealD 3D poster for The Rise of Skywalker looks like it could have been made back in 1977 when A New Hope was released in theaters. We’ve got Kylo Ren and The First Order at the top, taking up the darkness of space, while the Resistance is below, led by Rey as she wields her Lightsaber...

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The Irishman

The Irishman

The Irishman

This article contains major The Irishman spoilers. You can read a spoiler-free review here.

The Irishman closes on a provocative shot. After a lifetime of living in the shadows, Robert De Niro’s Frank Sheeran is desperate for the light outside his door, and the community he hopes it invites in. Yet once his priest walks through it, leaving for holidays that will once again pass unmarked for the man who paints houses, Frank knows there is no one on the other side. Neither of his daughters want anything to do with him, and the world he’s built has forgotten him. It is a loaded moment that encapsulates a lifetime of regret, as well as all the thematic threads coursing through Martin Scorsese’s potentially final crime epic.

What Scorsese’s ending is about is clear: the pun...

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Infinity War Reunites Hulk and Black Widow

Infinity War Reunites Hulk and Black Widow

A new deleted scene from Avengers: Infinity War finds Hulk and Black Widow reuniting. Bruce Banner and Hulk had some problems during the course of the movie. The Infinity Saga was recently released and is proving to be difficult for Marvel Cinematic Universe fans to track down. It is available from third-party sellers for an astronomical amount, so hopefully Marvel Studios will either make more, or at the very least, release a version that is not limited edition so that all fans can check out the deleted scenes from the MCU.

The new deleted scene from Infinity War does not have any sound, but one can see that Hulk was originally going to be in the movie...

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‘No Time to Die’

'No Time to Die'

‘No Time to Die’

‘No Time to Die’ It feels like discussions of who will be the next James Bond have been going on forever, but officially, they were all a bit premature. Daniel Craig, who currently holds the iconic role, had never previously confirmed that his time playing 007 were coming to an end. But that’s changed, as the star says that next year’s No Time to Die will officially be his final outing as Bond. When asked by German publication Express whether he was done with there part, Craig confirmed that he was, and said that “someone else needs to have a go.”

“It’s been, as they always are, incredibly hard work, but it’s a massive collaboration,” said the actor...

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Frozen II

Kristen Bell as Anna and Idina Menzel as Elsa in Frozen

Frozen II

Frozen II

Can you believe it has been six years since the original Frozen hit theaters? Sure we remember all the words to “Let it Go” like we heard it yesterday… and I’d bet some of us literally did with the holiday season simmering in. The animated musical is now a bona fide modern classic, one of Disney’s biggest hits and became a swift cultural phenomenon when it blew into cinemas back in 2013. But with Frozen II coming out this weekend, you might be in need of a recap!

There’s more to the Frozen story then you likely remember. Disney+ subscribers certainly have the option to log on to the fresh streaming site and give it a rewatch before heading out to see the highly-anticipated sequel (a free seven-day trial deal is still being offered)...

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Justice League

Justice League

Justice League

Two years. It has been two years today since Justice League came out and disappointed almost everyone. On the 2nd anniversary of that mess, fans got #ReleaseTheSnyderCut trending as part of an organized push to get Warner Bros. to release director Zack Snyder’s original vision for the DC movie. But fans were’t alone. Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot, finally joined the chorus — and later on Sunday, she was joined by DCEU Batman Ben Affleck.

Gal Gadot picked the perfect time to show her support for the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement, posting a photo of Diana Prince on Twitter:

Ben Affleck is no longer playing Batman in the DC world, with Robert Pattinson currently filming the role...

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The Mandalorian

The Mandalorian

The Mandalorian

Fan anticipation was already very high for The Mandalorian, the first-ever live-action Star Wars TV series, and one of the cornerstones of the new Disney streaming service, Disney+. But a tidbit about the marketing blitz that’s about to get underway to promote the site (get ready y’all) will only get people more intrigued.

An article on Disney+ in The New York Times claims there is something very “dramatic” and surprising in the first episode of the show. Here’s what it says:

The Mandalorian, which contains a dramatic Star Wars-universe spoiler in the first episode and will be available the moment Disney Plus starts, has been as heavily promoted as a traditional feature film, with billboards, 30-second television commercials, radio spots, and digital ads.

Let th...

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The Sonic The Hedgehog Movie

The Sonic The Hedgehog Movie

The Sonic The Hedgehog Movie

It’s certainly easier to anger fans than to please them, so pencil in a minor victory for the Sonic the Hedgehog movie. The victory isn’t coming through official channels, but instead through a photo of a movie standee featuring the rumored Sonic redesign.

A photo of said standee has been making the rounds, and most fans seem pretty happy with it — so if this isn’t what Sonic planned to stick with long-term … maybe it should be?

Here’s another look at it, if it helps:

No clue why this standee is randomly hanging out in a hallway. I also have no idea how official or final this is, but it does seem to be making fans happy.

A lot of fans are just glad — and shocked, frankly — that a studio actually listened to them. If the Sonic movie does ...

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Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

The Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings working title has been revealed. The mysterious project is expected to begin shooting next month in Australia. It was announced back in March that Destin Daniel Cretton will be the man behind the camera. Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige revealed more information about the movie when he announced Simu Liu as the star of the movie at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. Since then, Marvel Cinematic Universe fans have wondered about the details surrounding the project.

The Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings working title is Steamboat. As far as we can tell, it has nothing to do with the storyline or any of the characters, though that could change...

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‘Sister Act’ Musical

 'Sister Act' Musical

‘Sister Act’ Musical

Sister Act is clearly a hard habit to break.

(I’m very sorry.)

There’s really no way around the fact that watching top-to-toe clad, Rosary-wielding women of the cloth bounce from one spotlit cue to another is…just funny. Nuns have a long and illustrious musical theater history, into which The Opera House Players, Inc. is not afraid to lean with unabashed joy – and for that silliness, at the very least, this critic feels divinely blessed.

Next summer, Whoopi Goldberg is returning to one of her most famous roles, as lounge singer turned nun Deloris in Sister Act. This time, though, she’ll be doing it on stage, as part of a revised version of the Sister Act musical that played in London and on Broadway through the late 2000s and early 2010s. Today on The View,...

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Jon Favreau’s The Lion King

 Jon Favreau's The Lion King

Jon Favreau’s The Lion King

Jon Favreau’s The Lion King

Even before folks saw what it was and the end result, there were plenty who had reservations about a remake of The Lion King. Today’s audiences claim they’re soured on re-imagining’s of Disney classics to begin with, and the original animated movie definitely strikes a chord with audiences. It wouldn’t be surprising if any director was less than thrilled to take on the challenge of re-adapting the story, but Jon Favreau was actually excited to make it.

Favreau, who has directed various few projects for Disney, Marvel and, more recently, Star Wars, was thrilled at the opportunity he had with The Lion King...

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Thor 4: Love and Thunder

Thor 4: Love and Thunder

Thor 4: Love and Thunder

Thor 4: Love and Thunder star Natalie Portman has shared her enthusiasm for Jane Foster’s potential storyline in the upcoming MCU film. After sitting out 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok, Portman is set to return to the Thor franchise in Taika Waititi‘s second outing. Her big comeback was announced this summer at San Diego Comic Con, along with the added bonus that she’ll be playing the female Thor version of Jane.

This portion of Thor 4: Love and Thunder is inspired by a 2014 comic storyline. Written by Jason Aaron, the storyline followed Jane as she became worthy enough to lift Mjolnir when Thor himself became unworthy, thus taking on the role of Goddess of Thunder...

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Aquaman 2

 Aquaman 2

Aquaman 2

With Aquaman hauling in $1.148 billion worldwide, making it the highest-grossing DC Comics movie yet, it’s unsurprising Warner Bros was eager to move forward with a sequel. As it turns out though, the story that will unfold in Aquaman 2 originated from the mind of its main star, Jason Moma. According to the actor:

Including his cameo in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Jason Momoa has played Aquaman on the big screen three times now, but his fourth outing in Aquaman 2 will allow him to contribute more than as just an actor. During his extensive conversation with Esquire, Momoa explained that he’ll be “working more actively” with the creative team in developing Aquaman 2, which included him pitching his vision for where the sequel would go.

Evidently the War...

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Disney’s Live-Action Pinocchio!

Disney's Live-Action Pinocchio!

Disney’s Live-Action Pinocchio!

Robert Zemeckis in talks to direct Disney’s live-action Pinocchio!

Disney’s live action Pinocchio remake has let its conscience be its guide and chosen Oscar-winner Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump, Back to the Future) to direct! According to Variety, Zemeckis’ longtime collaborator Tom Hanks was at one point in talks to play Geppetto, but now the search is on for a new star to fill that role.

The outlet does not say how Zemeckis intends to bring the titular puppet, but it seems likely he would employ the performance capture techniques he used on earlier films like The Polar Express and Beowulf. The last film he did in that style, 2009’s A Christmas Carol, was also for Disney. He had planned to make a version of The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine in perf...

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Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

As much as the idea of Angelina Jolie and Michelle Pfeiffer squaring off against each other holds tremendous appeal, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil falls solidly into the terrain of “sequel that no one but accountants asked for.” Competently if unspectacularly directed by Joachim Rønning (one half of the duo that brought you the last installment in Disney’s equally mechanical Pirates of the Caribbean franchise), the film exists purely to capitalize on the success of the 2014 original. Which itself was not a great film either but at least it benefited from being a clever twist on a well-worn fairy tale.

This time out, Rønning and the screenwriters (three are credited, but we suspect a whole lot more took a whack at this) concoct a hodgepodge that uses the...

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Abominable

Abominable

Abominable

Abominable

DreamWorks Animation made its feature debut with a famous attempt at scooping its competition: The studio’s animated comedy about ants (Antz) beat Disney and Pixar’s animated comedy about ants (A Bug’s Life) to theaters by six weeks. This was followed by other selected instances of supposed parallel thinking (Shark Tale and Finding Nemo; Megamind and Despicable Me), so it’s not shocking that with Abominable, DreamWorks has produced one of three different yeti-centric feature cartoons. But it is a bit of a surprise to see DreamWorks trailing the others so substantially, releasing its round, smooth-nosed creature into the wild a year after Smallfoot and six months after Missing Link. It’s also surprising that Abominable feels like ...

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