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Sebastian Stan’s Winter Soldier Makes a Comeback in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

After a cryptic ending for Sebastian Stan‘s Winter Soldier in Captain America: Civil War, everybody’s been wondering when he would turn up again in the films. Most people suspected he’d appear in the upcoming Black Panther movie, but now the Hollywood Reporter has let some details slip. A recent article in the Hollywood Reporter focused on Stan’s newest role in …

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Watch: Marvel Debuts FULL Bad-A** ‘Luke Cage’ Trailer

UPDATE: The full trailer for Luke Cage is here! Though we only got a glimpse of a teaser after Comic-Con, the new trailer shows a full two and a half minutes of the new show. Check it out here: Fans of Jessica Jones on Netflix will already know of the mysterious Luke Cage character. Thanks to the never-disappointing San Diego Comic-Con, we now know …

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Marvel Stays Classy Over ‘Suicide Squad’s’ Failure with Critics

Despite provocation from Suicide Squad director David Ayer, the Marvel team is keeping a cool head. Last week at the premiere of Suicide Squad, which is based on the DC Comics stories, Ayer got a tad too fired up and shouted, “F*** Marvel.” He apologized on Twitter, but naturally, the folks over at Marvel Studios took notice. Head of Marvel TV Jeph Loeb …

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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Update: Cate Blanchett’s Youngest Son Making Big-Screen Debut with His Mama!

UPDATE: There are already a lot of cast members being added to the Marvel world in Thor: Ragnarok, but another cameo was just announced. Cate Blanchett‘s 8-year-old son Ignatius will be making his big-screen debut alongside his mother. Cate Blanchett herself will be playing a character named Hela, who is the goddess of death according to Norse mythology. There’s no news …

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Review: ‘Suicide Squad’ is a Violent, Silly, Chaotic Mess

On the surface, David Ayer’s anti-hero picture appears as a much-needed boost of energy and enthusiasm into the DC Cinematic Universe. Far from the gloom and heavy themes of Man of Steel and Batman v. Superman, Suicide Squad aims to be more alternative, bombastic, colorful and fun. But does it achieve such levels of stylish levity? Yes and no. If …

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Infinity Stones WON’T Appear in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’: ‘We’ve Got Other Fish to Fry’

We can once again thank the social media gods for providing us a platform to connect with our favorite actors and directors. James Gunn, director of the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, randomly started answering questions on Facebook the other day including some interesting tidbits about the Infinity Stones. For those who have followed along, the Infinity Stones have shown …

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‘Suicide Squad’ Director David Ayer Apologized for Saying ‘F*** Marvel’–We Doubt He Meant It

It’s the nature of filmmaking that you end up working with different people all the time. Which is exactly why David Ayer, director of Suicide Squad, quickly backtracked for saying “f*** Marvel.” At the recent premiere of his newest action-packed antihero flick, Ayer got a little too fired up when introducing Suicide Squad. After someone in the audience yelled “f*** Marvel,” Ayer …

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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ No Longer 2 Movies, New ‘Untitled Avengers’ Added

Marvel had previously announced the titles to their upcoming films through 2019, but a recent title change signifies that the Avengers: Infinity War story will be condensed into one film rather than spread out over two. Initially, Marvel said Avengers: Infinity War Part I would be released in May of 2018. Avengers: Infinity War Part II would follow a year later. Now, however, Part II has been changed …

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