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Tom Holland Leaked an Avengers: Endgame Quantum Realm Spoiler Last Year

Tom Holland Leaked an Avengers: Endgame Quantum Realm Spoiler Last Year
There are many constants in the world and one of them is that Tom Holland is pretty much guaranteed to spoil a Marvel Cinematic Universe secret. As it turns out, the young Peter Parker actor revealed an Avengers: Endgame spoiler while doing press for Infinity War last year. Holland was approached by an overenthusiastic McU fan while filming Spider-Man: Far From Home last summer about spoilers and he revealed that Marvel Studios would kill him if he spoiled anything again, so this might be the end.

Much like Mark Ruffalo, the latest Tom Holland spoiler was revealed quite some time ago. Ruffalo famously leaked the end of Infinity War well ahead of the movie's release by telling an interviewer that everybody dies. Now, it appears that Holland leaked an interesting part about Avengers: Endgame last year while sitting down for an interview with Doctor Strange actor Benedict Cumberbatch. When asked
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Marvel's Spider-man: Far From Home Gets The Ridiculous "Weird Trailer" Treatment

If you enjoy the “Weird Trailer” videos on YouTube that are created by Aldo Jones, we’ve got a crazy and absurd new one for you to watch today. This one is for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home and like all of these trailers that are released, you won’t know what to expect until you watch it and experience the madness. There are parts of this that are sure to bring on some laughs, so enjoy!
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Hasbro unveils its Spider-Man Web Gear figure from Spider-Man: Far From Home

Hasbro has unveiled its Spider-Man Web Gear tie-in action figure for the upcoming Marvel and Sony superhero sequel Spider-Man: Far From Home which will be on display at this weekend’s New York Toy Fair and sees the wall-crawler in his new costume, along with several stealth suit accessories; check out the promotional images here…

An exciting Spider-man feature figure from Spider-man: Far From Home! Imagine swinging into web-slinging adventures like Peter Parker when he suits up as the amazing, wall-crawling hero, Spider-man.

Peter Parker (Tom Holland) and his friends go on summer holidays to Europe. However, the friends will hardly be able to rest — Peter will have to agree to help Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) uncover the mystery of creatures that cause natural disasters and destruction throughout the continent.

Spider-Man: Far From Home will be released on July 5th 2019 and features the return of Tom Holland (Spider-Man), Marisa Tomei
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Ben Affleck explains The Batman exit, says he “couldn’t crack it”

Some two years after stepping down as director on The Batman, it was finally confirmed last month that Ben Affleck has decided to hang up the cape and cowl with the actor officially exiting the DC Extended Universe and making way for a new actor to take on the role for director Matt Reeves’ solo movie.

Affleck shared a brief comment on Twitter alongside the announcement, stating that he is “excited” to see Reeves’ vision come to life, and now he’s elaborated on the reasoning for his Dceu exit during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.

“I tried to direct a version of it and worked with a really good screenwriter but just couldn’t come up with a version,” said Affleck. “I couldn’t crack it and so I thought it’s time for someone else to take a shot at it. They got some really good people so I’m excited.
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Amazing Spider-Man’s Marc Webb to Remake Anime Hit Your Name

Joseph Baxter Feb 15, 2019

The Amazing Spider-Man films and (500) Days of Summer director Marc Webb is set to remake Your Name, the hit 2016 anime.

Marc Webb is getting the opportunity to adapt source material that falls into his known skill set of both fantastical themes and quirky romances. The director, who notably headed Sony Pictures’ previous cinematic iteration of the Wall-Crawler in The Amazing Spider-Man films, along with hit rom-com (500) Days of Summer, will tackle a live-action remake of acclaimed fantasy-themed romantic anime, Your Name.

Webb is set to direct an adaptation that reimagines director Makoto Shinkai’s 2016 anime, Your Name, reports Deadline. Webb will work off a script by celebrated scribe Eric Heisserer, who’s riding high off the recent success of Netflix film Bird Box (a script he adapted from Josh Malerman’s novel), and Oscar-nominated acclaim from 2016’s Arrival. The remake will be a production of Paramount and J.J. Abrams’s Bad Robot,
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Sebastian Stan replaces Chris Evans in The Devil All the Time

Due to a scheduling conflict, Chris Evans has been forced to drop out of the cast of the Netflix film The Devil All the Time, with his Captain America and Avengers co-star Sebastian Stan signing on as his replacement.

Directed by Antonio Campos and Donald Ray Pollock’s 2011 novel, The Devil All the Time takes place in Knockemstiff, Ohio, “a forgotten backwoods of this country – a storm of faith, violence and redemption brews.”

Stan will take on the role of a corrupt local sheriff, and stars alongside Tom Holland (Spider-Man: Far From Home), Robert Pattinson (High Life), Mia Wasikowska (Piercing), Bill Skarsgard (It), Mia Goth (Suspiria), Riley Keough (Under the Silver Lake), Jason Clarke (Pet Sematary) and Tracey Letts (The Sinner).

Evans – who’ll be reuniting with Stan this April in Avengers: Endgame – recently signed on for the lead in Antoine Fuqua’s (The Equalizer) sci-fi thriller Infinite, and is
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More Superheroes In 2019

  • SneakPeek
Thanks to the success of big budget Marvel Studios and Warners/DC films, comic book characters have starred in the most popular movies of the last decade, with timely screenplays, evolving special effects and dedicated legions of fans:

Captain Marvel

"Captain Marvel", introducing Marvel Comics female superhero to the big screen, stars Oscar winner Brie Larson.

Set in 1995, the new movie follows former 'Us Air Force' fighter pilot 'Carol Danvers', who joins the intergalactic  'Kree' military team 'Starforce' before returning to an Earth caught in a brutal galactic war. 

Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck ("Half Nelson"), "Captain Marvel" is the twenty-first film in the 'Marvel Cinematic Universe' ('McU').

Avengers: Endgame

Projecting to be the highest grossing superhero film of all time, "Avengers: Endgame" will conclude a phase of the McU with the fates of iconic characters 'Iron Man', 'Captain America'
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Captain Marvel Is on Target for a Huge $100M+ Box Office Debut

Captain Marvel Is on Target for a Huge $100M+ Box Office Debut
Captain Marvel early tracking places the movie around the $100 million-plus range for its debut weekend domestically. Marvel Studios has not put out a movie since Ant-Man and the Wasp, which was in July 2018 and means that fans are hungry for a new outing from the studio. With the dreary ending of Infinity War, Marvel Cinematic Universe fans are anxious to see how Carol Danvers will fit into the upcoming Avengers: Endgame, which hits theaters less than two months after Captain Marvel. With that said, Marvel's first female-led movie could end up making a lot more than the $100 million projections.

Outside of Iron Man's $102 million and Black Panther's $202 million, no other origin movie in the McU has made it past the $100 million mark during their opening weekend box office. And in the case of T'Challa, he was technically introduced in Captain America: Civil War. While looking at those numbers,
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Today in Movie Culture: The Making of Movie Tie-In Action Figures, More Robert Pattinson as Batman Fan Art and More

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Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:   Dream Casting of the Day: There have been rumors about Robert Pattinson taking over as Batman, so here's some fan art showing what he could like in the role:   Fanart: If Reeves needs a younger actor to portray Bruce Wayne, I can totally see him even if others can't seem to. from r/DC_Cinematic     Reworked Trailer of the Day: Rosemary Harris is seamlessly back as Aunt May in Aldo Jones' surreal parody of the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer:   Movie Merchandising of the Day: How did Hasbro start making movie tie-in action figures look exactly like the actors? Inside goes behind the scenes of the toy company's...
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Dune Remake Gets Josh Brolin as Gurney Halleck

Dune Remake Gets Josh Brolin as Gurney Halleck
Josh Brolin is the latest star to join the cast of Denis Villeneuve's Dune Reboot. Villeneuve's adaptation of Frank Herbert's 1965 novel is going to be like "Star Wars, but for adults," according to the director. That comparison may have rubbed a few people the wrong way, but for many, they're just hoping that the director will be able to pull off the adaptation of Herbert's book the right way. David Lynch famously put out his version in 1984 and it was not what fans of the source material wanted.

Josh Brolin is playing Gurney Halleck in the Dune reboot. The character was originally played by Patrick Stewart in the 1984 version of the movie. Gurney is a major character in Frank Herbert's 1965 novel and 1976's Children of Dune, while also appearing in some of the prequel and sequel novels by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson. He is a talented
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James Cameron Has Very Mixed Feelings About Aquaman

James Cameron Has Very Mixed Feelings About Aquaman
In an alternate universe somewhere in the cosmos, James Cameron directed the Aquaman movie. This was depicted in the HBO series Entourage, where the director played himself, creating one of the highest grossing superhero movies of all time. Cameron never really thought about actually directing Aquaman, but he came close to helming the first live-action Spider-Man. Though he hasn't made a superhero movie yet, his ties run deep in the genre. So with DC Films finally making a living, breathing Aquaman movie that turned out to be an even bigger hit than the fictional one starring Vinny Chase, Cameron is now throwing in his two cents. And he can't help but bash the movie just a little as he tries to throw some praise its way.

James Cameron is out promoting his new film Alita: Battle Angel. It's a passion project that he ended up producing instead of directing because
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Daniel Radcliffe Says He’d Make A Good Spider-Man

Though Daniel Radcliffe has been quick to shoot down the rumor that he might be in the running to replace Hugh Jackman as the next Wolverine, the Harry Potter actor apparently thinks he’d be a much better fit for another major superhero.

Radcliffe recently featured in a video from GQ that saw the star of the upcoming TV show Miracle Workers respond directly to online fan questions. Among the queries was a post on Quora asking if the actor would’ve made for a good Spider-Man, prompting Radcliffe to respond:

“Yes. I would have made a very good Spider-Man. Not in the films. I just mean in real life, were I granted those powers.”

With Tom Holland looking pretty comfortable in the role these days, it’s unlikely that Radcliffe will be granted any wall-crawling abilities in real life or in films, but who knows, maybe he can still
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What's Happening with Ant-Man 3? Michael Douglas Offers an Update

Thus far, Marvel hasn't called it quits on any of its standalone titles before giving us a full-fledged trilogy. Could Ant-Man be the first superhero who only gets two movies all to himself? It's unlikely. Michael Douglas, who plays the key character Hank Pym, creator of the Ant-Man suit and the first to wear it, has chimed in with an Ant-Man 3 update. And it sounds more positive than anything else.

Marvel hasn't announced any of its upcoming Phase 4 slate on an official level. Though some titles for this next line-up of movies have been confirmed by big boss Kevin Feige and others working within the McU. We know that Spider-Man: Far From Home will be the first official entry in Marvel Phase 4, with this summer's Avengers: Endgame ending Phase 3. We've also been promised Black Panther 2, which is a no brainer. Preproduction work has started to rev up on Doctor Strange 2,
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Here’s How Jake Gyllenhaal Could Look As The Next Batman

After much hullabaloo and countless conflicting reports, it seems that it’s three and done for Ben Affleck’s Dark Knight.

His beefed-up, super-serious Batman first hit theaters screens in Dawn of Justice, before a small cameo in Suicide Squad filled the gap between Zack Snyder’s superhero mash-up and the misguided Justice League. Neither movie was able to please the critics, though, and it was much the same story in regards to the fans.

And so, it’s with a heavy heart that we wave goodbye to Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne, as it’s hard not to think that his version of the character would’ve been better served if he would’ve had the chance to headline a streamlined, standalone adventure, rather than being tied to the increasingly convoluted continuity of the Dceu – or Worlds of DC, if we’re using the official title. But it is what it is and now,
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What Are Your Thoughts on Robert Pattinson Possibly Being the Next Batman?

As you know, Warner Bros. and director Matt Reeves have yet to announce who will be the next Batman. It’s said that they are looking for a younger actor to take on the role, someone with a familiar face. Personally, I think that there’s a chance that an actor has already been cast in the role but the studio is not ready to announce it.

Fan artist Boss Logic claims that he has heard from an inside source that Robbert Pattinson is being looked at for the role of Bruce Wayne, a.k.a. Batman. There’s no confirmation of this, but it’s something to think about and discuss.

Here’s the Tweet that was shared:

A choice that I never would have thought to try but been hearing some background chatter about Robert Pattinson being looked at, if the talks (source) are true then all of
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Spider-Man: Far From Home Concept Art Reveals New Look At Mysterio’s Helmet

Spider-Man: Far From Home is currently just under five months away from reaching cinemas, which may not seem like much on paper, but for the Marvel brand, this is set to be a hugely eventful period. In the coming weeks, you can expect much of the focus to be on next month’s Captain Marvel, before the attention shifts more than ever to Avengers: Endgame. But if you’re already keen to see more from Peter Parker’s next solo outing, some newly shared artwork for an assortment of tie-in drink toppers offers further glimpses of the various character designs to feature in the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel.

As the star of the flick, Spidey himself gets not one but two toppers: one in his classic red-and-blue outfit, and the other in the new stealth suit that Peter is set to wear during his tour through Europe. Meanwhile, you have a design for Nick Fury,
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Spider-man: Far From Home Animated Trailer

Here’s a fun little trailer put out by Darth Blender that matches up Ultimate Spider-Man with the audio from the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer, and they do a pretty good job! They were able to find scenes that went well with what was going on in the trailer, as well as doing a great job to match up the speaking parts. The only parts that were kind of weird were that Peter Parker’s best friend looks exactly like him in the animated series, so it’s hard to tell them apart, and Peter Parker looks really old. Like, way too old to be in high school. But the animated Nick Fury does look just like Samuel L Jackson, and it’s fun to see the animated Stan Lee.

Overall, it’s just a fun little project that Darth Blender did a great job on. Enjoy!
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Why Ruffalo and Holland Are Marvel's Biggest Leakers According to Evangeline Lilly

Why Ruffalo and Holland Are Marvel's Biggest Leakers According to Evangeline Lilly
Marvel Cinematic Universe fans are just waiting for Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland to spoil Avengers: Endgame. Ruffalo and Holland have quite the reputation when it comes to letting out Marvel Studios secrets and Ant-Man and the Wasp actress Evangeline Lilly explains why the duo are always caught spoiling things. With Endgame only a few months from hitting theaters, it's only a matter of time before one, or both of them, let the cat out of the bag about the most anticipated movie of 2019.

Evangeline Lilly was recently interviewed and she touched on her job with Marvel Studios and how hard it can be to keep all of the secrets hidden for so long. When she was asked about Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland specifically, she explained why the actors are always the first to leak details. For some, her answer might be pretty surprising. She had this to say.
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Italy Eyes Box Office Turnaround

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Box office returns in Italy suffered their worst result in a decade last year dropping about 5% to €555 million ($631 million), but the market is reacting and 2019 looks set for a turnaround.

Several remedies are considered crucial to getting local audiences back into movie theaters, the main ones being filling the gap in strong releases during summer which has historically been left wide open disrupting regular moviegoing and also causing a glut of titles the rest of the year; upgrading the country’s screens; and providing more really gripping Italian product which in 2018 made up a healthy 22% of total grosses even though no homegrown pics made it into the country’s top ten chart.

Though exhibitors have been hurting, the year kicked off with distribution and production company Notorious Pictures — the name is a homage to both the Hitchcock film and rock band Duran Duran — announcing it is branching out into exhibition
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McU Star Explains Why Tom Holland And Mark Ruffalo Always Spoil Films

Tom Holland may have a reputation as a notorious blabbermouth, but it’s been some time now since the Spider-Man: Far From Home star has let anything slip. Perhaps the actor has finally learned to watch what he says, if only for fear of what might happen if he accidentally reveals something he’s not supposed to? Or, maybe it’s just that Marvel’s come down harder on their spoiler-friendly cast members.

After all, though Mark Ruffalo’s total inability to keep secrets regarding the films he stars in is also a widely known fact, he too has been awfully quiet as of late. It was mostly due to his and Tom Holland’s blabbermouths that Marvel had to give the actors either only portions of the script or entirely fake scenes for Avengers: Infinity War in the first place, but both stars have been treading carefully these days,
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