Author: Matt Key

Our Theory on Connection between AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR and the Fourth AVENGERS Film

In an interview with UK’s Telegraph, Captain America star Chris Evans spoke about his contract with Marvel Studios, when it’s up and what that might mean for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Specifically, he spoke about how Avengers: Infinity War and the follow-up fourth Avengers film will wrap everything up. Here is his quote. “I had six films in my Marvel contract, so I could have said after the third Avengers I was done, but they wanted to make the third and fourth Avengers films as a two-parter. They said they had so many other characters to fit...

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According to Chris Evans AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR Story Is Too Big for One Film

Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye, Black Widow. That’s where it started.    It’s now become Falcon, Winter Soldier, War Machine, Scarlet Witch, Vision, Spider-Man, Black Panther, Ant-Man, The Wasp, Doctor Strange and The Guardians of the Galaxy, with Valkyrie and Captain Marvel on her way as well as Adam Warlock in some not-too-far future. But before we get to him, we have to get through Thanos and his Infinity Gauntlet in Avengers: Infinity War, currently in filming for it’s 2018 release. A year later, the fourth Avengers film, somehow connected to the Infinity War saga, will come...

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Leaked Audition for DEADPOOL 2 Hints at New Mutant Characters

Some leaked audition tapes for Deadpool 2 have surfaced and Omega Underground has found them. They feature two young actors, Killian Scott, from Ripper Street, and Charley Palmer Rothwell, who will appear in Dunkirk later this year. Though the audition tapes themselves have been taken down, the transcript for the auditions will live forever on the internet, mocking us with their mystery until we are told who they are. The scene features a character named Mike, who’s speaking to another mutant. Mike, in relation to the other mutant, makes mention several times of them having “fire,” saying, “You got...

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New Poster for BLACK PANTHER Gives First Look at Film and Offers Intriguing Questions

Whoa. Get ready everybody, because there’s a very, very nerdy storm brewing. Today, Marvel Studios released their first look at a poster for their 2018 release, Black Panther, which will see Chadwick Boseman reprising his Captain America: Civil War role as Prince T’Challa of Wakanda, an isolationist, technologically advanced country in Africa. In the poster we see Prince T’Challa of Wakanda sitting on the throne of his country. Following the assassination of his father, T’Chaka, in Civil War, the Prince has now become King and has a fight in front of him for control of his country, which is...

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MARVEL Not Rushing Diverse Films, Focusing Instead on Getting the Story Right First

What stared with Iron Man in 2008 has now become almost ten full years of cinematic storytelling from the House that Stan Built, which, of course, is now owned by the House that Walt Built. In that time, we’ve seen a diversity of powers, from super-intelligence capable of building advanced suits of armor to Gods of Thunder, Mystic Masters and men that can shrink.  Sadly, however, we’ve not really seen a diversity of gender or race. That, however, is thankfully changing, both in the actual comics as well as the films and television. We got our first black superhero in...

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New Story Details for BLACK PANTHER Paint T’Challa’s Struggle

In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we first met Prince T’Challa, as played by Chadwick Boseman, in Captain America: Civil War when we saw him at the United Nations to attend a hearing on the Sokovia Accords, which would bring the Avengers under governmental oversight. However, as we all know by now, it was at those meetings that his father, King T’Chaka, was assassinated in a bombing, making Prince T’Challa King. And that, according to producer Nate Moore is where the upcoming film, Black Panther, will start. In an interview with Complex, Moore said of the film, which will see...

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Hannah John-Kamen Joins Cast of ANT-MAN AND THE WASP, But Who Will She Be?

Ant-Man and the Wasp starts shooting shortly. The film will see the return of Paul Rudd as Scott Lang, the Ant-Man, as well as Evangeline Lilly as Hope Van Dyne, who will finally take on the mantle of The Wasp. This, coincidentally, will be the first time a Marvel film has prominently featured a female character in the title, though Captain Marvel, a year later, will be the first solo lead for a female in a Marvel movie. ALSO RELATED: EVANGELINE LILLY KNOWS WHO SHE WANTS TO PLAY HER MOM, THE WASP But now, according to Variety, we have...

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New Details on Shuri in BLACK PANTHER Point to a Larger Importance

So here’s the line-up of upcoming Marvel films: Spider-Man: Homecoming, Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther. Now, we’re all excited for Homecoming, but we’ve all seen Spider-Man do his thing before. Sure they’re changing things up, having him as a sophomore in High School and giving us a new actor to portray the web-slinging hero, but the film is still more or less something we’ve seen before. Thor: Ragnarok, alternatively, is a character we’re more than familiar with, having now seen Chris Hemsworth play him four times previously, but he’s in a completely new circumstance on the cosmic side of things,...

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More Information on Zendaya’s Role in Spider-Man: Homecoming

We’re all suffering from Wonder Woman fever and most likely will for the rest of June. The movie is just that. freaking. good. RELATED: THE NEWEST SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING TRAILER COULD BE THE BEST YET BUT, like a shark always on the hunt lest they die, we geeks are always on the prowl for the next big superhero experience to get us all excited. We’re all pop culture super junkies I tell ya! That next big experience is Spider-Man: Homecoming, which hits theatres in just under a month. The film will star Tom Holland as the original wall-crawler, Peter Parker, reprising...

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We Know the Where for WONDER WOMAN 2, But Do We Know the When?

There is no denying the palpable power of Wonder Woman. DC’s first super massive gigantic blockbuster film with a female lead from a female director is breaking every record ever and audiences cannot get enough of Princess Diana of Themyscira. As such, like any good studio and filmmaker, the buzz for a sequel is already out there. We learned last week that both Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkins are under contract for a Wonder Woman sequel — though that doesn’t mean the studio has to greenlight it. However, if we know Warner Bros., they will absolutely find a place...

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