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Ant-Man & The Wasp Trailer

The shrinking Avenger returns, and this time he’s got a partner…

Avengers: Infinity War Trailer

Earth’s mightiest heroes are back and this time they’re facing their deadliest adversary yet. The cosmic titan known as Thanos…

Video: Evangeline Lilly Talks The Wasp

While DC already has its first solo female superhero movie coming out next year, Marvel still has some catching up to do. “Captain Marvel” is a good 3 years away, and in the meantime, the closest the House of Ideas has is The Wasp, who is only getting a team-up movie with “Ant-Man And TheContinue Reading

First Look! Concept Art For Sci-Fi Thriller Mute

Director Duncan Jones may have taken a huge blow to his credibility (and probably, self esteem) with the massive bomb that was “Warcraft” (success in China notwithstanding). But he remains a damn fine filmmaker, especially in the science-fiction genre. Today, Jones took to Twitter to reveal a piece of concept art for his next film,Continue Reading

Peyton Reed Talks Ant-Man & The Wasp

Despite its infamous behind-the-scenes troubles, “Ant-Man” turned out to be a pleasant surprise. It also made over half a billion US dollars worldwide, and a sequel is now something I’m looking forward to, minus the production issues. Director Peyton Reed is himself greatly anticipating another go at the characters for the sequel “Ant-Man & TheContinue Reading

Sausage Party Trailer 2

This raunchy animated comedy sees household food items trying to escape being butchered and eaten alive…

Capt America: Civil War Viral Video Asks Who Should Pay For Superhero Damages

Marvel Studios is having fun with the whole notion of public accountability for superheroes. That’s the main thrust of “Captain America: Civil War”, and it’s the subject of the 2nd in a series of viral videos. A bit too short to be really get into the matter but it’s a fun prelude to the movieContinue Reading

Capt America: Civil War Viral Video Examines The Impact Of Superheroes

The theme for this year’s crop of superhero movies seems to be about the culpability of costumed vigilantes in today’s world. First there was “Batman v Superman” and now there’s “Captain America: Civil War”. Which is the subject of Marvel Studios’ viral marketing campaign. This mock news report by WHIH features Christine Everheart, who wasContinue Reading