Avengers: Endgame (2019)
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After much guessing as to how David Benioff and D.B. Weiss would conclude their epic tale, inspired by the novels of George R.R. Martin, it would seem that they choose to go out not with a bang, but a whimper. But make no mistake, it was their choice — a realization that after
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Here’s what Kylo Ren himself, Adam Driver, had to say about this scintillating battle between the dark side and the light:
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Here’s where we stand, with some projections, records made, and context compared to other huge hits:
Final Domestic Gross: About $850 Million
No one can complain about $850 million. At a minimum, “Endgame” will be the second-biggest film in a decade that has seen the business turn itself over to blockbusters. It comes in an era in which comic-book titles, Marvel ones in particular, are a mature force. So while it’s a great gross, it’s less than what was anticipated after a
In fact, Sony and Marvel have already shed some light on a few of the changes on the horizon, thanks to a rather spoiler-heavy trailer which debuted a few weeks ago. Not only did the new video reveal the existence of Mysterio and the Multiverse (though some fans are under the impression that the trickster is simply pulling the wool over S.H.I.E.L.D.’s eyes), but
Rothman told me the key reason Sony Pictures (after previous Tarantino film distributor Harvey Weinstein’s downfall) won the rights from writer-director-producer Quentin Tarantino, a fierce believer in the big-screen experience and a theater owner himself was his studio’s shared belief. “We are very, very committed to the theatrical experience,
"...shortly after the events of 'Avengers: Endgame', 'Peter Parker', mourning the death of his mentor 'Tony Stark', goes on a school trip to Europe with his classmates.
"While abroad, he is recruited by 'Nick Fury' to team up with 'Quentin Beck', aka 'Mysterio', a master of trickery and illusion to battle the 'Elementals'...'
Directed by Jon Watts, from a screenplay by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, the new film stars stars Tom Holland as 'Peter Parker'/'Spider-Man', Zendaya, Cobie Smulders, Jon Favreau, J. B. Smoove, Jacob Batalon, Martin Starr, Marisa Tomei, and Jake Gyllenhaal.
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No matter how you felt about the finale though – or even if you still haven’t made up your mind on it – may we direct your attention to Deadpool creator Rob Liefeld, who’s now weighed in with his own thoughts on the episode and the season as a whole, stating that Avengers: Endgame presented a huge problem for HBO.
“I have a theory that I’ve espoused for the past 7 weeks, and it’s that #Avengers:Endgame near perfect sticking of their landing in regards to their finale presented a huge problem for #Got final season,” Liefeld tweeted.
As the McU enters a new phase, we highlight five Marvel characters we'd like to see take a major role post-Endgame.
This article contains spoilers for Avengers: Endgame. We have a completely spoiler free review of the movie right here.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe hasn’t been shy about teasing characters from the comics that fans would love to see on the screen. Now that The Snap has been reversed and we know which characters have survived or come back, we can speculate on who we’ll see in future installments, and why their stories might be perfect for the expanding McU.
Here are five characters we'd most like to see get narrative prioritiy in the post-Endgame McU...
Monica Rambeau/Captain Marvel/Photon/Spectrum
We’ve already seen young Monica Rambeau in the McU, as she’s an important figure in Captain Marvel, both inspiring and
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“There’s a lot of goodwill toward these characters,” said Jeff Bock, a media analyst at Exhibitor Relations. “I think it will work for families over Memorial Day weekend.”
“Aladdin” is expected to earn a solid
Sources at Disney confirmed to Vanity Fair that the Knights of Ren will appear in “The Rise of Skywalker” after making their debut in “The Force Awakens.” A photo from the set shows director J.J. Abrams working with masked actors who are starring as the Knights of Ren. The scene appears to be shot in Jordan’s Wadi Rum desert,
The images, which come via an exclusive preview to Vanity Fair, consist of two front covers featuring Adam Driver’s Kylo Ren and Daisy Ridley’s Rey.
Photograph By Annie Leibovitz. Photograph By Annie Leibovitz.
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“We’re in the movie and the movie theater business so the truth is, and this is an honest answer, I just don’t spend much time thinking about it,” the Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group chairman told Variety on Thursday in Cannes at the “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” premiere afterparty.
What’s on his mind at the moment is Quentin Tarantino and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywoood.” Tarantino scrambled to finish the film in time to premiere — and compete — at Cannes.
“I said [to Tarantino], ‘If you’re happy and you’re ready, we’ll go. But if you’re not happy and you’re not ready we won’t go,’” Rothman recalled. “[Festival artistic director Thierry Fremaux] was very understanding about that. In the end, Quentin
But then came the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, the imminent premiere of Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” and a curious edict. Ahead of the 1969-set epic, in which Leonardo DiCaprio plays a fading movie star and Brad Pitt his devout ex-stuntman,
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