This ridiculous observation has led to a series of Photoshopped images that take important screenshots from the Captain Marvel teaser – like, say, Carol Danvers sitting in a cockpit – and forcibly curl her lips into a smile. Welcome to the Internet of 2018, ladies and gentlemen.
It’s a ‘backlash’ that has since been labelled misogynistic, as no one – and we really do mean no one – is running around telling Tony Stark or Steve Rogers to lighten up when they’re facing off against extraterrestrial threats. And that’s exactly how Brie Larson responded to the haters; with a series of Photoshopped movie
Julia Hart is directing the pic from a script written by Kristin Hahn. Based on Jerry Spinelli’s Ya novel of the same title, the story follows Leo Borlock who, in a world where the spaces grow bigger even as they get smaller, meets Stargirl Caraway, a bright, authentic light who breaks through the sea of teenage confusion.
Esposito will play Archie, a Paleontologist who is a friend to Stargirl and Leo. Brar has been cast as Kevin,
As established in a post-credits teaser for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Wanda and her brother Pietro (Quicksilver) were experimented on by Hydra’s Baron Von Strucker, who used the Mind Stone to give them their abilities. We assumed that was the end of it, but an interesting description in the official Visual Dictionary for the Marvel Cinematic Universe has us thinking otherwise.
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The film will see Hemsworth playing a physically brave but emotionally cowardly man has to come to terms with his identity and sense of self when he is tasked with liberating a kidnapped Indian boy who is being held in Dhaka.
Dhaka is being produced by Agbo, the new studio founded by Avengers: Infinity War directors Anthony and Joe Russo, who will reunite with Hemsworth on next year’s Avengers 4. Joe Russo has also penned the script for the film.
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The Russos also have an established working relationship with Hargrave,
The action flick will see Hemsworth play a physically brave but an emotionally insecure man who has to liberate a kidnapped boy, along the way coming to terms with his identity and sense of self.
The film is set to be a bit of an Avengers reunion. Hargrave was Chris Evans’ stunt double in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and went on to become the stunt coordinator in Captain America: Civil War, plus he also participated in some second unit directing in Avengers: Infinity War. The project also comes from production company Agbo – a production company set-up by Avengers: Infinity War filmmakers Joe and Anthony Russo. Joe Russo also penned the script.
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“He’s not out of the woods yet,” said veteran stuntman Spiro Razatos, a longtime friend of the family, “but he’s out of ICU and knows what’s going on. He’s responding and communicating with his friends and family. He has a long road ahead of him, but he’s on a better road now. We’re all praying for the positivity to continue.”
The accident is being investigated by Osha. CBS TV Studios told Deadline last week that “The production team is cooperating with the authorities investigating the accident, and our primary
Well, if you go by one recent and presumably tongue-in-cheek theory, Cap’s problem is his failure to wear a bike helmet, with his callous disregard for road safety laws making him unfit to wield Thor’s trademark accessory. But if you’re looking for something a little more credible, YouTube channel That Film Theory has some ideas.
In building their case, Tft’s recent video takes us back to Asgard,
Walker was arrested in 2011 and wrote “Cherry” while incarcerated. The book was acquired by Knopf and has debuted at No. 14 on The New York Times bestseller list.
The Russo brothers directed Disney-Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” and are in post-production on the untitled sequel, due out next May. They also directed “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” (2014) and “Captain America: Civil War” (2016). If the deal closes, the Russos would produce through their Agbo production company.
“Cherry” tells the story of a young man from an affluent family who marries his hometown girlfriend before joining the Army and shipping out to Iraq as an Army medic. When he returns home, he becomes a drug addict and gets into debt,
On Monday, he was hurt again, this time on a stunt that went wrong on the MacGyver set that left him in a medically induced coma with a traumatic head injury.
Jeff Wolfe, who was replaced by Sundquist on MacGyver, warned his stunt crew in July that Sundquist might not be up to the job and might have gotten the gig “not for the right reason,” while accusing “the powers that be” of not making safety “a priority.”
That’s strongly disputed by CBS TV Studios.
“Justin Sundquist is a long-time stunt performer with previous stunt coordinator experience who has been working in this field for almost 2 decades,” the studio said in a statement to Deadline.
Like so many other McU characters – namely Black Widow and Hawkeye – Steve Rogers is expected to enjoy a much more prominent role in Avengers 4, as the remnants of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes confront Thanos for the final (?) time.
But when it comes to their own handling of Captain America, otherwise known as the moral compass of the Avengers, Anthony Russo spoke to Wired about how he and his brother always looked to Steve Rogers as much more than just a cliched symbol of patriotism.
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Honorary 2016 Academy Award® recipient Jackie Chan plays Hong Kong police inspector Lin Dong, who learns that a biochemical invention has been surgically implanted into his missing daughter. With help from a hacker, Lin tries to connect the dots between the device, a sinister army, and a strange phenomenon called “Bleeding Steel.” Packed with nonstop action and thrills, the Bleeding SteelBlu-ray and DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $21.99 and $19.98, respectively.
In an action-packed drama reminiscent of ‘80s techno-sci-fi thrillers, Jackie Chan stars as Lin, a police inspector in modern Hong Kong. While tracking down a deranged, mech-enhanced villain, Lin discovers that a geneticist’s lost biochemical invention has been
Jamie Adams, whose credits include “Black Mountain Poets,” directed from his own script. “Alright Now” is produced by Unstoppable Film & Television and Dignity Film Finance through its Fivelanes label. The film will be released in select theaters across the country and on demand on Sept. 7.
“Alright Now” follows Smulders as a rock musician who drunkenly enrolls in college after she breaks up with her boyfriend and her band falls apart. Convinced she will give the youngsters a run for their money, she is shocked to discover that no one knows who she is, and they could not care less about her rock star past.
“Working with Gravitas Ventures on ‘Alright Now’ is incredible, to know that my latest improvisation-led comedy is being released by such a legendary distributor is exciting,” Adams said.
Of course, that doesn’t stop actor Sebastian Stan from goofing around behind the scenes. Speaking on Earth’s Mightiest Show, the McU regular looked back on the time he was given a brand new metal arm for Winter Solider, and how he used this replacement limb as an excuse to act a little silly.
“I did not do the robot,” Stan said. “I was just more like going around like grabbing things left and right,
Cap’s longtime friend has had a rocky, decades-spanning journey which has seen him transition from World War II sergeant to Hydra puppet to Avengers ally. But going by recent statements from Stan, returning to the character is something that comes naturally to him.
“It’s really weird, because it just sort of, it’s like riding a bicycle, you never really forget in a way. That’s how I feel,” Stan told Marvel’s Earth’s Mightiest Show.
On a visual level, you may have noticed that the Winter Soldier’s black, vibranium-enhanced arm sported in Wakanda is a little different from the shiny metal design we’ve seen him utilize in previous films. Speaking on Earth’s Mightiest Show, Sebastian Stan observed how the changes undergone by his replacement limb in some ways mirror the development of Bucky himself.
“The funny thing is the arms have changed throughout the movies. It’s just very interesting because
The studio will rerelease all 20 of its films on Imax for a limited run. Unlike Marvel movie marathons, which have taken place over several days and require audiences to buy one expensive ticket, tickets for each film will be sold separately, beginning with 2008's Iron Man on Aug. 30 and running through Sept. 6.
Here's the schedule:
Aug. 30: Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor
Aug. 31: Captain America: The First Avenger, The Avengers, Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World
Sept. 1: Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man
Sept. 2: Captain America: ...
The once-ironclad friendship between Steve Rogers and Bucky Barnes is the very definition of an McU bromance – hell, it’s partially responsible for the wedge driven between Cap and Iron Man during Marvel’s Civil War.
But there’s a moment in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, not long after the Bucky’s brainwashed super-soldier has escaped into the wild, when Sebastian Stan’s anti-hero turns to his childhood friend and utters the heartbreaking line, “who the hell is Bucky.” Oh, right in the feels.
Turns out it’s actually Stan’s favorite ever line from the McU, as he revealed on the latest episode of Earth’s Mightiest Show while promoting the home video release of Avengers: Infinity War. The reveal came as part of a rapid-fire section in which the actor answered a series of McU-related questions about Bucky, Steve Rogers and everything in between.
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