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"Captain America: Civil War" abounds in familiar faces fighting amongst themselves, but its most exciting element was a new presence: Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther, real name T’Challa. The warrior king of a fictional African country named Wakanda will next be seen in his own spinoff film — and so, apparently, will Lupita Nyong'o. Per The Hollywood Reporter, the "12 Years a Slave" Oscar winner is in talks to join Ryan Coogler's take on the Marvel character as Black Panther's as-yet unnamed love interest. Read More: 'Queen of Katwe' Trailer: Lupita Nyong'o & David Oyelowo Inspire Greatness in Mira Nair's Chess Drama Nyong'o is among a small handful of actors to win an Academy Award for their debut performance, and since bursting onto the scene with "12 Years" has featured in the likes of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and "The Jungle Book." Boseman, meanwhile, made a name »
- Michael Nordine
Oftentimes, the best and brightest of our musical talent never get to take center stage as an adoring crowd cheers them to glory. Some of the industry's most talented players happily occupy backstage roles, studio slots or, in the case of the subjects of Scott Rosenbaum's SXSW premiere "Sidemen - Long Road to Glory," careers as sidemen. Rosenbaum's new documentary focuses on some of American music's most skilled (and most unheralded) stars, so-called "sidemen" Pinetop Perkins, Willie "Big Eyes" Smith and Hubert Sumlin, lovingly bringing the three men's individual and collective stories to the big screen in a toe-tapping, eye-opening new feature. Read More: SXSW 2016 Coverage From Indiewire Per the film's official synopsis, the film is "an intimate look at the lives and legacies of piano player Pinetop Perkins, drummer Willie 'Big Eyes' Smith and guitarist Hubert Sumlin, all Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf sidemen. The film captures some of the. »
- Kate Erbland
Played by Jeremy Irons and Amy Adams, respectively, the one-sheets are stylized in a similar vein to the same posters featuring Bats, Supes, Wonder Woman and Jesse Eisenberg’s conniving Lex Luthor. In terms of Alfred and Lois’ posters, though, they each feature the sigil for Wayne Enterprises and the Daily Planet. Check them out in full after the jump!
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First spotted by Twitter user Rohan B. (via Cbm), the evocative teasers appear to be located in Los Angeles, with WB ensuring that Dawn of Justice gets as much attention as possible as the superhero showdown rounds the final corner in anticipation of its March 25 debut.
Here is the Batman v Superman display at the valet entrance to @TheGroveLA, »
- Michael Briers
3 items from 2016
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