Tags : marvel

News on “Marvel’s Avengers” game has fans hyped

Anyone familiar with the Marvel Cinematic Universe knows that, well – it’s pretty damn big. So condensing hours of stories, characters and adventure into a video-game can be difficult, to say the least. But Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics are on a mission to give 2018’s Marvel’s Spider-Man a run for its money, with their […]Read More

Daredevil actor Peter Shinkoda accuses former Marvel TV Head Jeph

During a weekend filled with announcements, trailers, and all of your questions answered at the inaugural [email protected] event, the biggest revelation stemmed from a fan-organised Q&A which saw a hefty accusation of racism against one of the comic-book industry’s most prominent figures.  During the event last weekend, Canadian-Japanese actor Peter Shinkoda joined fellow Daredevil alumni […]Read More

Martin Scorsese on Marvel: “That’s not cinema”

Martin Scorsese – arguably one of the greatest living directors, known for classics such as Goodfellas and Taxi Driver – gave his not-so-popular opinion on Marvel films, claiming “that’s not cinema” and sparking widespread discourse online. While promoting his upcoming film, The Irishman, the auteur told Empire magazine: “the closest I can think of them, […]Read More

Film News: Sony Says Spider-Man Stays

It has been almost a month since Marvel fans received the shocking news that Spider-Man would not be returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and what a long month that has been. After fans went through all five stages of grief and finally settled on acceptance, Disney and Sony backtracked and announced that one final […]Read More

TV News: More Disney+ Shows Announced

Disney has unveiled a first-look at their new streaming service Disney+ at their D23 Expo, as well as announcing a few more exciting TV projects set to launch in the next few years. Ewan McGregor will reprise his role as Obi Wan Kenobi (as previously rumoured) in an upcoming live-action Star Wars spin off series […]Read More

Film News: Marvel Studios Announce Phase IV Lineup at SDCC

Female Thor, vampire slaying, space oddities and multiverse theories. Last night’s overwhelming wave of nerd euphoria can only mean one thing. Marvel Studios unofficially won Comic Con yesterday when they announced their upcoming schedule of film and streaming shows during their Hall H presentation in San Diego. Marvel fans were introduced to new cast members […]Read More

Film Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2

After the unexpected success of what was quite possibly Marvel’s biggest gamble, it seemed almost impossible that James Gunn could top Guardians of the Galaxy, given that Age of Ultron failed to live up to the first Avengers film. Well folks, welcome to the Teminator 2 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not only did James […]Read More

Film Review: Logan

There are no words to describe my love for Hugh Jackman’s portrayal of Wolverine over the past 17 years; even in the God-awful Wolverine film that shall not be named, he was still on top form (or as much as he could be with that script). So when it was announced this would be Hugh […]Read More

Film Review: Doctor Strange

A cast of Academy Award winners and nominees, a horror movie director and a film about ‘magicy’ stuff. Marvel’s Doctor Strange was one of ‘those’ Marvel films, you know? One of the Marvel films that intentionally spin things on its head so general audience and critics can say, ‘Yeah, Marvel are still switching things up.’ Doctor […]Read More

TV Review // Marvel’s Luke Cage

With Marvel Studios currently decimating the Superhero movie scene at the moment, after the huge success of Captain America: Civil War, and the critical failure of DC’s Extended Universe, with Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad taking a beating from critics and fans (for which I hold Zack Snyder personally responsible), it’s easy to forget that Marvel Studios are doing some […]Read More

Suicide Squad: Does DC face too much Criticism?

Suicide Squad is the most recent of Warner Bros./DC films to be roasted by critics, Man of Steel released in 2013 faced mixed reviews. But Zack Snyder’s second foray Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad both have under 30% on Rotten Tomatoes as of now. Lower than Tommy Wiseau’s The Room and the infamous Green Lantern. Leading some people […]Read More

Film Review: Captain America: Civil War

As the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to dominate the superhero genre putting it’s main competitors DC to shame; we have finally reached the beginning of it’s so called ‘Phase 3’ which comes in the shape of the third and final Captain America film: Civil War. Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo and featuring Marvel’s largest and most […]Read More

Movie Monday: Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Starring: Chris Evans, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Samuel L.Jackson, Scarlett Johansson Synopsis: After the events in New York with his fellow Avengers, Steve Rogers/Captain America lives in the nation’s capital as he tries to adjust to modern times. An attack on a S.H.I.E.L.D. colleague throws Rogers into a web of intrigue that places the country. With […]Read More