Archive for June 30, 2017
It appears that Avengers: Infinity War is going to be featuring scenes set in the ’70s, according to a recent casting call. Anthony and Joe Russo’s upcoming superhero film unites virtually all corners of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, bringing together Earth’s mightiest heroes with the Guardians of the Galaxy, as well as many others, for the first time ever. Together, they’ll take on the Mad Titan Thanos and his Black Order.
The Russo Brothers began principal photography earlier this year, and they have been filming ever since, though some members of the cast have been busy filming and promoting their own respective movies: Spider-Man: Homecoming,
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The Walking Dead, its spin-off Fear the Walking Dead, Preacher and new docuseries Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comics will be featured at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2017. The annual multi-genre entertainment and comic convention will be held from July 20 to July 23 at the San Diego Convention Center and will also be featuring exciting panels joining the AMC series including Game of Thrones (HBO), Westworld (HBO), Legion (FX) and The Gifted (FOX).
The zombie horror/post-apocalyptic series, The ...
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More details emerge regarding the filming and format of the Coen Brother’s latest project. The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is a made-for-TV production and marks their first foray into small-screen directing instead of producing. There has been little information about the format and content for the project, but some recent news sheds a little light onto what we can expect.
Ever since the clever noir Blood Simple in 1984, Joel and Ethan Coen have consistently surprised and entertained with their feature films. From the screwball comedy of Raising Arizona, to the offbeat crime thriller Fargo, and the description-defying The Big Lebowski, they’ve always delivered something different and exceptionally watchable. Their previous film was Hail, ...
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While Marvel Studios may not be revealing the information to fans, the company has an actual scroll of events in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for creators to reference. Even to diehard Marvel fans, the timeline of events in the MCU can be a bit wonky. Despite Marvel’s assurances that everything lines up, the lack of a cohesive story group like Lucasfilm has made things tricky. While Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has referenced Daredevil, the former seems contemporary while the latter seems to occur back around the first Avengers. Likewise, Spider-Man: Homecoming 2 will take off right after Avengers 4, but Peter will only be in the next grade rather than having experienced a two-year gap.
Even the chronology of films like The Incredible Hulk,
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With the MCU in its third phase and the DCEU in hot pursuit, Hollywood is taking a look into alternative worlds to detract from everybody’s obsession with superheroes. Universal’s Dark Universe got off to a rough start with the not so well received The Mummy reboot, but it looks to be pressing forward with plans to adapt Bride of Frankenstein next. Meanwhile, Legendary is making headway with its MonsterVerse, debuting Kong: Skull Island to much better results with hopes of clashing the over-sized ape with Godzilla sometime in the near ...
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