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Avengers: Infinity War Theory Teases Doctor Strange’s Secret Plan Against Thanos

There’s a widespread fan theory about Avengers: Infinity War that Doctor Strange has a bigger plan during the movie than he lets on to his fellow heroes. It all ties into his look into billions of potential futures during the film and a vision of only one that resulted in the Avengers beating Thanos. It’s believed that, as dire as things are, the current timeline is the right one and Strange giving the Time Stone to the Mad Titan was part of his plan to ensure this version of events occurred.

While rewatching Infinity War, one fan’s now possibly spotted another moment where Strange is working towards making sure the timeline plays out as it should. Reddit user @1_Bar_Warrior suggests that when the Master of the Mystic Arts takes a moment to generate a spell while battling Thanos, he’s actually making sure to choose the
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Avengers: Infinity War Featurette Spotlights Marvel’s Greatest Villain

You’ve heard of the Mad Titan, haven’t you? The one being (?) capable of wielding the Infinity Gauntlet? Of course you have… he’s the big purple guy at the forefront of Avengers: Infinity War.

And that’s just it; unlike most other superhero movies, Joe and Anthony Russo’s Marvel mash-up places Thanos at the heart of its story, and allows the narrative to unfold around his quest to round up all six Infinity Stones – namely Space, Time, Mind, Reality, Power and Soul.

Were it not for Josh Brolin’s nuanced performance and the cutting-edge facial animations on display at Industrial Light and Magic, that master plan would’ve come apart at the seams, so it’s a credit to everyone involved in the creation of Avengers: Infinity War that the McU crossover managed to defy the odds and deliver an overly satisfying experience. Along with a villain to remember.
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Thanos Test Footage Shows Off Infinity War Villain's Evolution

Thanos Test Footage Shows Off Infinity War Villain's Evolution
Josh Brolin's portrayal of Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War is one of the highlights of the movie from an acting standpoint as well as from a visual effects perspective. The villain is completely CGI with Brolin wearing a motion capture suit, which might have initially been a tough sell to company executives. However, Marvel Studios recently released the test footage that they shared to the executives in order to get filming approval and it's pretty amazing. The villain is nearly identical to how he appears on screen.

In the short test footage clip, Josh Brolin comes to life as Thanos. While the look of the villain is astounding, especially considering that they hadn't even started officially filming yet, Brolin's acting is a bit more animated than the subdued and calm Mad Titan that ended up in Infinity War. Other than that, it's easy to see why the company executives liked what they saw.
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Be Patient, Avengers Fans: You'll Be Watching Infinity War on Netflix Sooner Than You Think

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Remember that time when Marvel released Avengers: Infinity War and ruined all of our lives with a single snap? So do we! As if any of us could forget the brutal ending that made us witness the most heartbreaking goodbyes or the hilarious memes that were born from our pain. Infinity War put us on a roller coaster of emotions, which isn't exactly helped by the fact that we still have a ways to go before the next Avengers movie comes out. Luckily, Netflix always comes through for us.

While we don't have an exact date for when the Marvel movie will hit the streaming service, we do have a fair idea of when it'll come out. The films tend to show up on Netflix a little after their digital and physical release dates, which for Infinity War are July 31 and Aug. 14, respectively. Factoring in the usual time frame in
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Watch Ant-Man And The Wasp’s Paul Rudd And Evangeline Lilly Imitate The Avengers

Avengers: Infinity War united just about every hero littering the Marvel Cinematic Universe – everyone, that is, except Hawkeye, Ant-Man and Wasp. The latter two have now got their own back, though, by hilariously mocking Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in this new promo for Ant-Man and the Wasp.

Seen below, stars Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly are set the task of imitating their fellow defenders with just one gesture, and the results are rib-tickling, as the pair either nail it or go way off base. Watch out for Rudd’s pitch-perfect impression of Doctor Strange, in particular.

Of course, Ant-Man was briefly referenced in Infinity War when it was explained by Black Widow that he and Hawkeye were out of action because they were under house arrest due to their involvement in the Sokovia Accords conflict. Wasp wasn’t mentioned, though, as the rest of the Avengers have yet to be introduced to her.
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Disney's Lady and the Tramp Remake Gets Tessa Thompson in the Lead

Disney has found the voice of Lady for their upcoming live-action Lady and the Tramp remake. Thor: Ragnarok star Tessa Thompson has inked a deal to voice the affluent pooch who goes by the name of Lady. She will voice the character alongside Justin Theroux, who will be providing the voice of her street dog counterpart, Tramp. At the present time, there's no word on when production is expected to get underway but the studio has been doing major work on the casting front lately, meaning that it should begin filming sooner rather than later.

Charlie Bean, known for his work directing The Lego Ninjago Movie, is at the helm for the Lady and the Tramp remake. The movie will be a blend of CGI and live-action. It's expected that Disney will debut the movie on their upcoming streaming service, which is meant to be a direct competitor with Netflix.
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Disney Casts Thor: Ragnarok Star To Lead Lady And The Tramp Remake

Disney’s plowing ahead with its plans to remake as many of its classic animated movies as possible in live-action/CGI and the latest on the production line is a reboot of 1955 canine love story Lady and the Tramp, which Charlie Bean (The Lego Ninjago Movie) is directing from a script by Andrew Bujalski.

It was announced last month that Justin Theroux was voicing the lovable rogue the Tramp and now, Collider’s revealed that he’ll be joined by Thor: Ragnarok star Tessa Thompson as Lady. But that’s not all, as another Marvel actor’s been added to the cast, too.

Doctor Strange and Avengers: Infinity War‘s Benedict Wong will play Charlie, a British bulldog. Ashley Jensen (Sherlock Gnomes), meanwhile, is set for the role of Jackie, a gender-flipped version of Scottish terrier Jock, while the only live-action actor currently attached is Dope‘s Kiersey Clemons, who
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Gorgeous Avengers 4 Fan Poster Unites Every Surviving Hero

With Marvel keeping a tight lid on anything to do with Avengers 4, it’s up to fans to drum up hype for the movie themselves. Take this new poster, for example, as created by @Midiya42. Drawing inspiration from the traumatic ending of Avengers: Infinity War, the one-sheet unites the few heroes that survived Thanos’ deadly finger snap.

That’d be Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Black Widow, Hulk, War Machine, Rocket and Nebula. Of course, Captain Marvel was also revealed to be out there in the post-credits scene, while Scott Lang managed to survive Ant-Man and the Wasp‘s final sequence and Hawkeye appeared in neither movie but is confirmed to be showing up in Avengers 4. As such, all three heroes are included here, too.

As you can see below, the poster takes inspiration from the leaked concept art for the movie, which arrived back in June. This revealed that
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Exclusive: Tessa Thompson to Star in ‘Lady and the Tramp’ for Disney’s Streaming Service

Hot on the heels of her work in two of the year's most acclaimed films, Sorry to Bother You and Annihilation, Tessa Thompson is in negotiations to voice the lead role in Disney's live-action/CG hybrid remake of Lady and the Tramp, Collider has exclusively learned. Additionally, Doctor Strange star Benedict Wong has been set to voice Bull, an English bulldog. The original 1955 animated classic tells the story of a female American cocker spaniel named Lady who lives with a refined, upper-middle-class family, and a male stray mongrel known as the Tramp. When the …
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New Theory Explains Why Nick Fury Called Captain Marvel In Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War ended with an exciting post-credits scene that generated a lot of discussion from fans. Following Thanos’ apocalyptic snap, Nick Fury’s seen contacting someone that comic book readers will know as Captain Marvel before he too turns to dust. It’s a smart tease of Brie Larson’s heroine, who’s making her McU debut in her own self-titled movie next March. However, it does raise one big question.

Seeing as we know Captain Marvel‘s set in the 1990s, we have to wonder: if Fury has this dinky little pager to contact Carol Danvers, why has he never done so before in any previous world-threatening crisis? It’s been something that Marvel lovers have been contemplating since April, but one Reddit user has now put forward an interesting theory that could explain it.

The theory suggests that the reason Fury waited until Infinity War to contact Captain Marvel,
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Tessa Thompson to Voice Star as Lady in Disney's 'Lady and the Tramp'

Tessa Thompson to Voice Star as Lady in Disney's 'Lady and the Tramp'
Disney has found its Lady.

Tessa Thompson will voice the upscale Cocker Spaniel opposite Justin Theroux's Tramp in Disney's live-action/CGI hybrid remake of Lady and the Tramp.

The Lego Ninjago Movie filmmaker Charlie Bean is directing the remake, which is expected to debut on Disney's upcoming digital streaming service, which is set to launch in 2019. Andrew Bujalski wrote the script. Jessica Virtue and Chaz Salembier are overseeing for Disney. 

Ashley Jensen is set to play Scottish Terrier Jackie, while Doctor Strange star Benedict Wong has been cast to voice English bulldog Bull. Kiersey Clemons will play ...
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"Doctor Strange 2" - The Coming of 'Clea'

Sneak Peek the Marvel Comics' origins of the sorceress 'Clea', on the news the character may appear in Marvel Studios' "Doctor Strange 2":

'Clea' is the disciple of 'Doctor Strange', created by writer Stan Lee and illustrator, co-plotter Steve Ditko, debuting in "Strange Tales" #126 (November 1964).

She is a human-appearing entity, maternally related to the inter-dimensional 'Faltine' race of energy beings.

The daughter of 'Umar' and niece of 'Dormammu', Clea has been the ruler of the 'Dark Dimension'.

As 'Sorceress Supreme' of the Dark Dimension, Clea possesses knowledge of magical lore through extensive studies of sorcery under her teacher and lover, Doctor Strange, who also trained her in hand-to-hand combat.

She also possesses vast powers involving manipulation of the forces of magic for a variety of effects, including transmutation, forming and throwing magical bolts of concussive energy...

...conjuring objects and energies...

...teleporting, telekinesis, levitation, mesmerism, thought-casting, mind-control,
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Janet Plunders The Quantum Realm In Stunning Concept Art For Ant-Man And The Wasp

The Quantum Realm is nothing if not mysterious.

Ever since its subtle introduction during Ant-Man three years ago, Marvel’s bizarre dimension, one which seemingly exists between the known and the unknown, has become the lynchpin of Phase 3 and will, in all likelihood, continue to grow in prominence as we approach Avengers 4.

The Captain Marvel solo movie is said to be tethered to the Quantum Realm, too, while much of last month’s Ant-Man and the Wasp revolved around our titular duo and their quest to recover Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) from the abyss.

And though much of Janet’s quest has seemingly been tabled for the as-yet-unannounced Ant-Man 3, a string of beautiful concept art for Ant-Man and the Wasp has emerged by way of Cbm, and it places a laser focus on her adventures within the Quantum Realm.

Janet Plunders The Quantum Realm In Stunning Concept Art For
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‘Patrick Melrose’: How Benedict Cumberbatch Became an Expert in Addiction to Deliver His Career Best

Not only is Showtime’s five-part mini-series “Patrick Melrose” a superb cinematic adaptation of Edward St Aubyn’s five searing novels, it marks Benedict Cumberbatch’s best performance ever. While some may prefer his Oscar-nominated “The Imitation Game,” star-making Emmy-winner “Sherlock,” or little-seen Emmy-nominated role in “Parade’s End,” it’s “Patrick Melrose” that feels like a role he was born to play.

The 42-year-old British star, who moves easily from comic-book roles like Marvel’s Doctor Strange to the BBC’s urbane “Sherlock” and the high drama of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” scored his sixth Emmy nomination (one of five for the series) for his tour-de-force portrayal of a not-so-functioning drug addict with icky family secrets. The series, written by David Nicholls (“One Day”) and directed by Edward Berger (“Deutchland 83”), is entertaining and moving in equal measure, thanks to Cumberbatch’s careening yet precise performance. He nails this guy.

“This
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‘Patrick Melrose’: How Benedict Cumberbatch Became an Expert in Addiction to Deliver His Career Best

Not only is Showtime’s five-part mini-series “Patrick Melrose” a superb cinematic adaptation of Edward St Aubyn’s five searing novels, it marks Benedict Cumberbatch’s best performance ever. While some may prefer his Oscar-nominated “The Imitation Game,” star-making Emmy-winner “Sherlock,” or little-seen Emmy-nominated role in “Parade’s End,” it’s “Patrick Melrose” that feels like a role he was born to play.

The 42-year-old British star, who moves easily from comic-book roles like Marvel’s Doctor Strange to the BBC’s urbane “Sherlock” and the high drama of Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” scored his sixth Emmy nomination (one of five for the series) for his tour-de-force portrayal of a not-so-functioning drug addict with icky family secrets. The series, written by David Nicholls (“One Day”) and directed by Edward Berger (“Deutchland 83”), is entertaining and moving in equal measure, thanks to Cumberbatch’s careening yet precise performance. He nails this guy.

“This
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Full Infinity War Gag Reel Gets Weird and Wild with the Avengers

Full Infinity War Gag Reel Gets Weird and Wild with the Avengers
Avengers: Infinity War was able to bring the giant family that the Marvel Cinematic Universe created together, and by the looks of the bloopers and gag reel, they had a lot of fun filming the movie. There were a lot of heavy elements in Infinity War right from the start, from watching Thanos decimate the Asgardian refugee ship, to the death of Gamora, and then the mighty snap at the end of the film, wiping out half of the universe in an attempt to reclaim a perfect balance. While watching the gag reel for the movie, it's evident that all of the actors consider themselves to be one happy family, who like to laugh a lot.

The Infinity War blooper and gag reel takes McU fans behind-the-scenes to watch their favorite superheroes botch their lines and be silly. Paul Bettany appears to make quite a few mistakes and is always laughing at something,
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IMAX celebrating ten years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe by screening all 20 movies

2018 is a landmark year for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not only has Marvel Studios raked in close to $3 billion between Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War and Ant-Man and the Wasp – further extending its lead as the biggest franchise of all time – but it also marks the 10th anniversary of the enormously successful superhero series.

To mark the occasion, IMAX has announced that it will be screening all twenty chapters in the McU across its screens in North America and Canada, which includes the first ever IMAX releases for Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk and Captain America: The First Avenger.

The marathon will see all twenty films screened in their release order across five days beginning on August 30th, followed by two themed days – ‘Origins’ and ‘Team Ups’. The final day will then see two more movies screened, decided by a fan vote.

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New Infinity War Theory Says Loki Deliberately Sacrificed Himself

Loki was just the first of many major McU characters to seemingly perish in the recent Avengers: Infinity War, but with the possible exception of Doctor Strange, no other death in the fight against Thanos has invited more scrutiny from fans hoping to find some deeper meaning in the event, with several theories even arguing that Thor’s adoptive brother didn’t die at all.

Redditor Mybustersword, however, is taking a slightly different angle with their speculation, pleading the case that not only was Loki’s death genuine, but it was deliberate, too. The user starts off by referencing a previous theory that the deity provoked the Mad Titan to kill him as a means of getting into Valhalla.

“I agree that it was a suicide, blatantly obvious that he didn’t have a chance with that tiny knife. I think it was because Loki knew Thanos. He knew Thanos has the rule of balance…
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Be Patient, Avengers Fans: You'll Be Watching Infinity War on Netflix Sooner Than You Think

Remember that time when Marvel released Avengers: Infinity War and ruined all of our lives with a single snap? So do we! As if any of us could forget the brutal ending that made us witness the most heartbreaking goodbyes or the hilarious memes that were born from our pain. Infinity War put us on a roller coaster of emotions, which isn't exactly helped by the fact that we still have a ways to go before the next Avengers movie comes out. Luckily, Netflix always comes through for us.

While we don't have an exact date for when the Marvel movie will hit the streaming service, we do have a fair idea of when it'll come out. The films tend to show up on Netflix a little after their digital and physical release dates, which for Infinity War are July 31 and Aug. 14, respectively. Factoring in the usual time frame in
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Imax To Host Marvel Film Marathon For McU’s 10-Year Anniversary

Imax has unveiled details for its Marvel Studios 10th Anniversary Film Festival, an event that will feature screenings of all 20 McU movies beginning August 30 across many of the company’s large-format screens in the U.S. and Canada.

The screenings will include three films that never got the Imax treatment in their first theatrical go-round: Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk and Captain America: The First Avenger.

All 20 films will be shown in their release order over the first five days of the marathon, followed by two theme days, “Origins” and “Team-Ups”. The run will conclude September sixth with two films chosen by fan vote via Twitter.

Only 2 films can close out the final day of our #MarvelStudios10FilmFest. And we’re giving You the power to choose.
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