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Jude Law Says It Is a 'Terrible Shame' His Woody Allen-Directed Movie Got Shelved

Jude Law Says It Is a 'Terrible Shame' His Woody Allen-Directed Movie Got Shelved
Jude Law may be working on multiple blockbuster films, but there’s one project he made that he’d love to see released.

The Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald star, 45, spoke about his Woody Allen-directed film A Rainy Day in New York to The New York Times and its shelved state amid the #MeToo movement.

“It’s a terrible shame,” Law, who is also starring in Captain Marvel, told the publication. “I’d love to see it. People worked really hard and put a lot in, obviously himself included.”

A rep for Law did not immediately return People’s request for comment.
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Netflix Has a Hidden Stan Lee Tribute and It's Awesome

Netflix has a hidden Stan Lee tribute and it's awesome. Lee passed away earlier this week at the age of 95. While his death is certainly sad, it has produced a number of amazing tributes from fans and people who have worked with the comic book legend for years. The original Avengers took out a full page ad to pay tribute to Lee, while several others have made art, posted pictures, and taken time out of their day to thank Stan Lee for all that he helped introduce to the world.

Netflix still has Marvel Studios content for the time being, and they've added a pretty cool Stan Lee Easter Egg. When you go to the search function, enter Lee's iconic catchphrase, "Excelsior!" and then hit enter. All of the available Marvel content on the streaming platform will show up. Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther, Spider-Man 3, Jessica Jones, and much more.
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Marvel Renews Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. For Season 7

It’s been a pretty difficult time for fans of Marvel Television these past few weeks. While we’ve had the terrific news of a Loki TV show being in the works, Netflix has somewhat dampened that by bringing down the axe on both Luke Cage and Iron Fist. But it looks like it’s not all doom and gloom, as Marvel’s just announced that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will return for a seventh season.

This is pretty shocking to learn, as the show only just escaped cancellation after season 5 and the upcoming sixth outing was said to be its last. But it seems something changed behind the scenes and now, the series will live to see another season after this next one, with ABC ordering up a 13 episode stint. Details beyond that remain unclear at this early, early stage, but fans can rest east knowing that they have lots
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Marvel’s War of the Realms is coming this April

This April, the war that has exploded across the Ten Realms finally blasts into the last realm standing – ours – as the creative team of Jason Aaron, Russell Dauterman and Matthew Wilson usher in Marvel’s latest epic event War of the Realms.

“I have been building towards War of the Realms for the entire duration of my Thor run. So we’re talking six years and 80-something issues and counting,” teased Jason Aaron. “This is a war that covers the entire globe and involves the biggest heroes of the Marvel Universe, as you can see in this amazing promo piece by my Mighty Thor collaborators, Russell Dauterman and Matthew Wilson, who I’m so thrilled to be working with again on War of the Realms.”

Starting in April, the award-winning creative team of Jason Aaron, Russell Dauterman and Matthew Wilson will usher in an event of unparalleled scale! And like the mega-event Secret Wars,
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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Renewed for Season 7 — Minus [Spoiler]?

The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.‘s mission is far from over.

ABC Entertainment president Channing Dungey announced on Friday that the network’s Marvel series has already been renewed for Season 7, even though Season 6 not set to premiere until the summer of 2019.

Of note, the press release accompanying the news listed the series’ cast as follows: Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet, Iain De Caestecker, Elizabeth Henstridge, Henry Simmons, Natalia Cordova-Buckley and Jeff Ward — suggesting that although an ailing Agent Phil Coulson (played by original cast member Clark Gregg) walked off into the Tahiti sunset with lady love
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Avengers 4 Trailer May Be Close as Prelude Comic Is Revealed

We have a new clue that signals the arrival of the Avengers 4 trailer is imminent. It's getting to a point where fans are going to begin to grow impatient. Last year, when it came to the Infinity War trailer, there was the added layer of knowing fans who were at San Diego Comic-Con and D23 had the chance to see the trailer months before Marvel actually released it to the public. That may not be the case this time around, but still. Fans need to know what's coming our way next year and, in all likelihood, we're going to get our first look at the movie before the end of the month.

This information comes from the recently released Captain Marvel prelude comic. These comics often come with fun little reveals and provide a bit of backstory for those who are craving it. In this case, the most significant reveal
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Captain Marvel set to go nova at Disney California Adventure in early 2019

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Early next year, guests of Disney California Adventure theme park who're looking to fly higher, faster, futher, and more will have their chance, as it's just been announced that Carol Danvers a.k.a. Captain Marvel will touch down for a limited time at the resort where fantasies become reality. When Captain Marvel arrives, sparkle-fists and all, she'll do so alongside…
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New Marvel Comic Covers Will Pay Tribute To Stan Lee

As the writer who helped make the company what it is today, the late Stan Lee is the subject of an upcoming line of covers from Marvel Comics that will pay tribe to the man and his legacy.

The news was shared with retailers today that a special trade dress honoring the comic book creator will feature on a range of upcoming releases going on sale from next month. While we’ve yet to get a look at the designs, has provided a full list of issues to feature the trade dress, which breaks down as follows:

Amazing Spider-Man #12

Black Panther vs. Deadpool #3

Captain America #6

Champions Annual #1

Defenders: The Best Defense #1

Domino #9

Exiles #11

Extermination #5

Iceman #4

Infinity Wars #6

Killmonger #2

Marvel Knights 20th #4

Old Man Hawkeye #12

Runaways #16

Season’s Beatings #1

Shuri #3

Spider-Geddon #5

The Life of Captain Marvel #5

The Punisher #5

Thor #8

Tony Stark: Iron Man #7

Uncanny X-Men #6

Weapon H #11

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Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Will Feature A Stan Lee Cameo

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is still roughly a month away, but the more we see from it and learn about what’s in store, the more excited we get. And now, it seems there’s yet another reason to be looking forward to the next big screen outing for everyone’s favorite web-slinger.

But first, if you’re unfamiliar with the movie, it focuses on 13-year-old rookie Spider-Man Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) as he’s mentored in the finer arts of Spider-manning by the slightly disheveled looking Peter Parker. If you’ve seen any of the trailers that’ve been released so far, which we imagine you have, you’ll know that this looks to be a witty, fast-paced adventure with an animation style that’s simply gorgeous.

Beyond all that, though, audiences can also look forward to seeing one of Stan Lee’s final cameos in the film. The
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Daily Podcast: The Nothing News Episode (But Somehow It’s Still Good)

Daily Podcast: The Nothing News Episode (But Somehow It’s Still Good)
On the November 15, 2018 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film senior writer Ben Pearson and writer Hoai-Tran Bui to talk about the latest film and tv news, including FilmStruck, Blumhouse, Bosch, Bad Robot, Captain Marvel and Jack Black. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes, Google Play, […]

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Nick Fury And Maria Hill Were Involved In The Captain America: Civil War Prison Break

Though the new Captain Marvel Prelude comic is supposed to be providing the context for Carol Danvers’ big screen debut next year, it certainly feels like the first issue has offered more insights and fueled more speculation on previous McU entries, including one little piece of info on the conclusion of Captain America: Civil War.

So far, the series has been recalling events from well after the ‘90s action of Captain Marvel, following Nick Fury and Maria Hill in the three-year gap between their appearances in Avengers: Age of Ultron and Avengers: Infinity War. In particular, we learn details of their behind-the-scenes involvement in the plot of Civil War, including the revelation that this pair of former S.H.I.E.L.D. agents had a hand in helping their old friend Steve Rogers break into The Raft in order to free Falcon, Scarlet Witch, Hawkeye and Ant-Man after their arrest.
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New Marvel Comic Suggests Ultron May Return To The McU

Out of the three Avengers movies we’ve seen so far, Avengers: Age of Ultron is easily the runt of the litter, not necessarily in terms of quality, but definitely in terms of its relevance to the overarching stories of the McU.

Yes, the film introduced a couple of important characters, and the battle in Sokovia would later serve as an excuse for the events of Captain America: Civil War, but the central conflict between Earth’s Mightiest Heroes and Ultron just doesn’t feel like as pivotal a moment in the franchise’s history as their clashes with Loki or Thanos. Perhaps a key difference is that unlike his fellow Avengers villains, Ultron’s presence is entirely confined to this one movie, but with the new Captain Marvel Prelude comic, some fans feel that Marvel could be prepping us for the character’s return.

This new series is said
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Sam Raimi originally didn’t want Stan Lee to cameo in Spider-Man

Sam Raimi, director of the Toby Maguire led Spider-Man, has revealed that he originally didn’t want Stan Lee to cameo in the film.

With Stan Lee’s recent passing, many people who had worked with him in the past have been sharing stories and memories. Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man was a huge moment for Marvel on the big screen and many people remember Stan Lee’s cameo.

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Raimi, however, has revealed that at first, he wasn’t all that interested in having Lee appear in the film: “I got the job for Spider-Man in 1999. And [Marvel head] Avi Arad said, ‘I want you to put Stan in the movie.’ And I was like, ‘No. I know Stan, and he can’t act. And Avi was, ‘I want him in the movie. We did it for X-Men, we’re doing it here.’ Now imagine you’re a
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Why Nick Fury Waited So Long To Call Captain Marvel

Why Nick Fury Waited So Long To Call Captain Marvel
Spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War… The eleventh-hour call that Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) made to Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) in the end credits of Avengers: Infinity War was a doozy of a scene that mostly served to hype up audiences for Carol Danvers’ highly-anticipated solo venture in 2019. But as exciting as that moment was, […]

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Why Sam Raimi Originally Said No to Stan Lee Cameo in Spider-Man

Why Sam Raimi Originally Said No to Stan Lee Cameo in Spider-Man
Director Sam Raimi admits that he wasn't originally into the idea of having a Stan Lee cameo in Spider-Man. Raimi ended up helming all three installments of the Spider-Man franchise, which starred Tobey Maguire as Peter Parker. The director got his start in the horror genre, and Lee originally approached him about working together in the early 1990s after Raimi made Darkman. At that time, Raimi really wanted to make a Thor movie, but the studio was not interested in making comic book movies in 1991.

Attitudes about the comic book movie started to shift by the late 90s, which is when Sam Rami was brought on board for what would become 2002's Spider-Man. Marvel head Avi Arad told Rami that he wanted a Stan Lee cameo in the movie, but the director originally said no. Sam Raimi said, "No. I know Stan, and he can't act." However, Arad kept pushing,
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Marvel Reveals Nick Fury Tried To Reunite The Avengers After Captain America: Civil War

The idea was to bring together a group of remarkable people to see if they could become something more. To see if they could work together when we needed them to fight the battles we never could. Unfortunately though, after the falling out of Captain America: Civil War, it seems that everyone had better things to do, with the new Captain Marvel Prelude comic showing Nick Fury and Maria Hill trying and failing to bring the old gang back together.

The new series is set to provide a little context on the distress call sent by Samuel L. Jackson’s character in the post-credits of Avengers: Infinity War, filling in the three-year gap between Fury and Hill’s appearances in Avengers: Age of Ultron and the Russo Brothers’ latest. And according to a few panels, the pair tried talking Tony Stark and Steve Rogers into putting their spat aside for the sake of the team,
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Stan Lee Once Surprised Robert Downey Jr. At His 50th Birthday

Following Stan Lee‘s tragic death on Monday at the age of 95, those who knew him or were lucky enough to get to meet him have been sharing stories online that remind us how kind, generous and just generally how much fun he was as a person. Case in point, this anecdote which recalls how Lee surprised Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr,. at his birthday party a few years ago.

According to Lee’s longtime manager Brad Herman, the comic book legend was invited to Downey Jr.’s big 50th birthday bash but couldn’t make it. So he sent a note to the Tony Stark actor on – what else? – Spider-Man stationary. In typical Stan style, the note read: “May Destiny grant you good health and much time. You deserve so much more than this simple rhyme.” He signed off with his classic catchphrase: “Excelsior.”

As it turns out,
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Stan Lee’s Ralph Breaks The Internet Cameo Has Been Revealed

Though he may not have lived to see his brief cameo appearance on the silver screen as it was intended, details of Stan Lee’s blink-and-you’ll-miss-it appearance in Ralph Breaks the Internet have been revealed.

Per Inverse, it turns out Lee’s cameo is a silent one, as the late, great Marvel Comics legend doesn’t actually utter a word when he comes between Vanellope von Schweetz and a squadron of Stormtroopers.

First things first: Ralph Breaks the Internet is not a Marvel movie; it simply belongs under the wider umbrella that is The Walt Disney Company, which also owns Pixar and a little-known studio called Lucasfilm. Couple this with the underlying plot of Ralph Breaks the Internet (read: Ralph and Vanellope traverse the world wide web and all of its many nooks and digital crannies) and it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that a digitized
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Heartbreaking Fan Art Sees Marvel Heroes Mourning Stan Lee

Not for the first time, concept artist extraordinaire BossLogic has produced a rather moving, poignant piece in honor of the late Stan Lee.

The Marvel Comics luminary and all-around creative powerhouse passed away on Monday morning at the age of 95, prompting a mass outpouring of love and support from the four corners of the industry. Fast forward to now, and everyone from Samuel L. Jackson to SpaceX founder Elon Musk have commemorated Lee’s inimitable legacy, which has been placed front and center thanks to this incredible piece of artwork from BossLogic.

Bringing together some of Stan Lee’s most famous creations, this particularly somber graveyard scene came bearing the following caption:

Farewell! Last tribute piece, was my initial idea to do something like this from the start, this one took a bit more time. Mixed a few characters @TheRealStanLee created with some I wanted in there #ripstanlee #Excelsior still
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Stan Lee Died Before Seeing His Ralph Breaks The Internet Cameo

Wreck-It Ralph may not have seemed like the best candidate of the 21st century Disney animation films to get a theatrical sequel, but when you think about it, the cyberspace adventure of Ralph Breaks the Internet seems like a pretty natural place to take the story after the retro video gaming of the original.

In any case, the movie is set to hit theaters next Friday and critics are already singing its praises, with the pic currently holding an impressive Rotten Tomatoes score of 92% based on 37 reviews – at the time of writing. But when it does arrive, it’ll also be tinged by a sense of sadness, as it features one of the late Stan Lee’s final cameos.

According to those who’ve seen it, here’s how it goes down:

While being pursued by a pack of Storm Troopers, Vanellope bumps into a digital avatar of Stan Lee
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