34.) “Deadpool 2” (2018)
The bottom of this list consists of Lee’s “blink and you’ll miss it” cameos. In “Deadpool 2,” he doesn’t actually appear in the movie in person — he pops up as a huge wall mural that’s a bit tough to spot, and gone almost immediately.
33.) “Spider-Man 2” (2004)
Another super-quick Lee cameo, but during the first fight between Spidey and Doc Ock, Lee sees enough screen time to pull a women out of harm’s way. Watch the clip here.
32.) “Spider-Man” (2002)
Same here. Lee gets a freeze-frame shot during one
I've collected a lot of the Captain America Hot Toys figures so it looks like I'll be dropping some more cash on more toys soon.
For over a decade Hot Toys had created almost 200 astonishing collectibles based on Marvel Cinematic Universe! It’s an amazing journey for Hot Toys to be part of Marvel Studios’ first ten years, and Hot Toys’ dedicated team will continue to create the highly movie accurate and
Over all of the 20 movies to come out of the McU, Marvel has made some truly fantastic casting decisions. Unfortunately, they have also made some rather poor casting decisions that might need to be rethought.
From Edward Norton to Terrence Howard, Marvel has already fixed a few of their casting issues. Additionally, they've even managed to replace actors for characters whose original actors did not want to return, like Hugo Weaving who played the villain Red Skull in Captain America: The First Avenger, but did not want to return to the role in Avengers: Infinity War.
Additionally, there are a number of actors whose contracts with Marvel Studios are just about up. While a number of these characters can just be written out,
With director Lasse Hallstrom (A Dog’s Purpose) unavailable due to scheduling conflicts, Joe Johnston (Captain America: The First Avenger) was brought on board to oversee the additional photography, and now Deadline is reporting that Johnson will be credited as co-director for his efforts.
“I watched an early cut of The Nutcracker and the Four Realms, and I saw something unique and fresh,” states Johnston. “When I was asked to direct the remaining elements, I saw an opportunity to complete Lasse’s wonderful and wildly inventive vision. I know we’ll both be proud of the end result.”
“It was an absolute blessing to have Joe Johnston step in when it became clear that I wouldn’t be available for reshoots,” added Hallström, who reportedly asked Johnston himself to take on the task.
You can feast your eyes on all six of the pics here, and you’ll see that they give us a look at some of the local scenery in the California region and several signs emblazoned with the “Ow” initials in reference to the film’s working title, “Open World.” But you’ll probably be more interested in checking out the new photos of the messy-looking crash site that we saw in some set videos released in May.
At this point, we have no way of knowing for sure who the victims were of this unfortunate incident,
Fans can commemorate 10 years of epic blockbusters with new Marvel Legends Series figures in the Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years collection! Imagine Johann Schmidt claiming the title of Red Skull and controlling the power of the Tesseract. Comes with a 6-inch-scale Red Skull figure, featuring movie-inspired design from Captain America: The First Avenger and premium articulation and design. The Tesseract lights up and features alternating light patterns, as well as a seamless battery install for an authentic look and feel. Includes figure,
Going into the weekend, the J.A. Bayona-directed sequel had grossed $304.8 million domestically, plus a further $700.7 million internationally, for a grand total of $1.005 billion and counting.
The box office milestone also means that Universal has joined Disney in another exclusive club, being the only studios to have two movies from three separate franchises pass $1 billion apiece.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is now the second highest-grossing entry in the Jurassic Park franchise behind its 2015 predecessor, which earned $1.672 billion.
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The helmers — who are not a directing team — will be listed on the same title card for “The Nutcracker,” which stars Keira Knightley, Helen Mirren, Misty Copeland, and Mackenzie Foy.
Hallstrom was the first director on the movie. Johnston was hired for a month of re-shoots, requiring extensive special effects, when Hallstrom was not available to film the additional footage.
Typically, under the Directors Guild of America’s rules, only one filmmaker can be credited with directing a film. That was the case on “Bohemian Rhapsody,” in which Bryan Singer was given the credit, even though he was fired in the latter stages of shooting and replaced by Dexter Fletcher. That rule can be waived to allow two directors to be credited when filmmakers have a history of
Naturally, Cap lovers poured out their birthday messages to the Sentinel of Liberty on social media. But one’s more notable than the rest as it comes from Captain America himself, Chris Evans. In a Tweet that also wished the Us a happy July 4th, Evans took the time to make a sly reference to the birthday of his superhero counterpart. “Also, happy birthday to a very good friend of mine,” he wrote. “I hear 100 is the new 20.”
As detailed in 2011’s Captain America: The First Avenger, Steve Rogers grew up in Brooklyn,
“Happy 4th everyone!!” Evans tweeted. “I love this country and I’m proud of how far we’ve come. Be safe today! Also, Happy Birthday to a very good friend of mine. I hear 100 is the new 20.”
Oh, of course, Captain America’s birthday is also on the Fourth of July. If you didn’t already know that, well, you just aren’t paying close enough attention.
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In the original Captain America movie, 2011’s “Captain America: The First Avenger,” Steve Rogers tries to sign up for the armed forces and the Certificate of Acceptability from the Department of Selective Service shows his birthday as July 4, 1918. It was clearly destiny that he wields that shield.
Many fans were excited when Jeff Goldblum was announced to be returning to the Jurassic Park franchise as his popular character Ian Malcolm. But when fans sat down to enjoy Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, it became apparent that he wasn’t all that heavily involved.
Ian Malcolm appears at a congressional hearing regarding the infamous island at the start of the film – a scene which is then revisited at the end – and this was Malcolm’s only appearance.
Trevorrow spoke to Empire about the thinking behind this when asked if the character appeared in a larger capacity in any earlier drafts: “We never did. It always felt really cheap to me. It always felt fake. It felt like a construct of screenwriters trying to figure out how to fit in a character they love.
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That’s the question posed by Redditor ‘darthalex22’ (h/t ComicBook.com), who applies some biological science to the finale of Captain America: The First Avenger in an attempt to explain how Cap was able to cheat death… for 70 years.
It’s a pretty interesting theory, as it covers everything from Steve Rogers plunging into sub-zero waters right up to the moment when he’s thawed out and informed of his next mission – by Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury, no less. See for yourself:
Physical examination of Capt. Rogers revealed that while thickened, his blood’s water was not frozen. Blood tests revealed that his blood contained excessive amounts of glucose as a
Globally, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has now amassed a mighty $932 million and will presumably reach the $1 billion mark this coming week, becoming the third movie to do so after Disney and Marvel’s Black Panther ($1.346 billion) and Avengers: Infinity War ($2.034 billion).
In doing so, it will also pass the $983.8 million haul of Steven Spielberg’s original Jurassic Park, putting it in second place for the franchise behind 2015’s Jurassic World on $1.672 billion.
Meanwhile, in other box office news, Disney-Pixar’s Incredibles 2 pushed its global takings to $646.8 million. In the U.S., it currently sites on $439.7 million, second to Finding Dory
The Marvel Cinematic Universe began with origin stories, with almost every hero receiving a movie dedicated to their superhero origins, from Iron Man to The Incredible Hulk, and Thor to Captain America: The First Avenger. However, some of the more recent origin movies, such as Doctor Strange and Ant-Man, have received some negative responses with people arguing that they are essentially just the same plot being repeated over and over again, just with different characters. Perhaps it is time to let the origin movies die out.
Back in 2014, Marvel announced that they were
20. “The Incredible Hulk” (2008)
Released just five years after Ang Lee‘s “Hulk,” this second attempt to make a leading man out of the big green Gamma-radiated creature proved to be similarly disappointing. If we’ve learned anything from the Avengers movies, it’s that Bruce Banner works best when he’s a supporting character (and when he’s played by Mark Ruffalo)
19. “Ant-Man” (2015).
While this movie deserves credit for not putting
Trailers have a difficult job in getting fans excited for a movie and letting them know something about the plot while not out and out spoiling the film’s events. Many trailers, unfortunately, fail in this regard, revealing far too much of a movie’s contents before fans even get to the cinema.
This is exactly what happened with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom according to producer Colin Trevorrow. Trevorrow, who directed Jurassic World and is returning for the follow up to Fallen Kingdom, spoke to io9 about his frustrations. Here’s what it looked like:
“It was very frustrating for me,” he said. “That’s a relationship that we have with marketing [and] there are a lot of different needs. I try to be very lucid and rational about it, [but] to speak frankly,
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