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Avengers: Infinity War - Did Mark Ruffalo Spoil The Ending Of The Flick? [SPOILERS…?]

Disclaimer: The post below may contain spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War. While the Marvel Cinematic Universe hasn’t been very well known for taking big risks. You need only look at Captain America: Civil War, which saw the death of exactly zero heroes, to see what I’m talking about. Show More Summary

Marvel TV Head Jeph Loeb On The Importance Of Daredevil And The Growth Of Their Studio

Marvel Television has had amazing growth in recent years. You need look no further than their growing list of shows across various networks that include ABC, Netflix, Fox, Freeform, and FX (and yes, this includes their partnerships with Fox like Legion and The Gifted). Show More Summary

Venom and Silver & Black Directors On The Cores Of Their Respective Films

Right now, Sony Pictures has a decent amount of momentum going for them. Spider-Man: Homecoming is an unquestionable hit with fans and critics, and is making bank at the box office. While this may only further cement their connection...Show More Summary

Trailer For The Samuel L. Jackson/Ryan Reynolds Team Up: The Hitman's Bodyguard.

A trailer for the new Lionsgate film, The Hitman’s Bodyguard, dropped. The film stars Sam Jackson and Ryan Reynolds in the title roles, With Jackson being the hitman and Reynolds being his completely unnecessary bodyguard, executive protection agent, Michael Bryce. Show More Summary

Star Wars: Alec Guinness Slapped Mark Hamill On The Set Of A New Hope

Star Wars is a franchise that has been around for four full decades. Its impact on pop culture is undeniable, and yet if there’s one thing that’s been proven is that folks don’t get tired about hearing about all the stories surrounding its making. Show More Summary

Trailer For Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape Of Water Takes Filmmaker Back To Dark Fairy Tales

Filmmaker Guillermo del Toro has certainly had an interesting career. He’s one who has had his films deeply embedded in horror aspects. Looking back at some of his early work like Cronos, it was clear the man had a penchant for the macabre, and it served him quite well. Show More Summary

Spider-Man: Homecoming - How The Original Pitch Differed From The Final Film

Filmmaking is an ever-malleable process. Given how much we all love movies, it’s easy to look at a movie and feel like there’s no other way it could have turned out. But that’s obviously not the case. There are countless stories of films getting changing as early as the development process and as late as post-production. Show More Summary

Deadpool 2: T.J. Miller Says The Film Won’t Be A Retread Of The First One

The first Deadpool film was one that was many years in the making. Following the character’s appearance in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, fans were anxious to see what Ryan Reynolds would bring to Deadpool in a film of his own. Sadly, they...Show More Summary

Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Director Rian Johnson On Creating The Opening Crawl

While virtually every aspect of the Star Wars franchise is iconic in one way or another, it could be argued that its single most iconic aspect lies in its opening crawl. Coupled with the instantly-recognizable score, the opening crawl...Show More Summary

The Russo Brothers Are Set To Direct A New FX Series From Noah Hawley

The Russo brothers will executive produce and direct episodes of The Mastermind.

Star Wars Han Solo Film: New Set Photo Gives Us First Look Of Donald Glover As Lando?

Ron Howard seems to be doing things right. Not too long ago, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were leading the production of the Star Wars Han Solo film, but they were unceremoniously canned by Lucasfilm due to big creative differences. Show More Summary

Ready Player One, Nolan on Bond, Tarantino’s New Film, & More! - Los Fanboys Podcast, Episode 56

FOLLOW US ON SOUNDCLOUD! SUBSCRIBE ON iTUNES! LIKE US ON FACEBOOK! In episode 56 of Los Fanboys, Jammer, David, and Drew are left to their own devices with Sophia and Eric gone for the week. They discuss Dunkirk, the latest Christopher...Show More Summary

Luc Besson Already Writing A Valerian Trilogy

It's hard to know when the Geek Renaissance began. Superhero movies certainly received a big boost when Spider-Man came out in 2002, but many trace that movie's success back to 2000's X-Men, which possibly revamped the genre. In 2001,...Show More Summary

Ant-Man 2: Hateful Eight’s Walton Goggins Joins The Production!

A couple years back, Ant-Man hit the theaters, and proved that even a film that sported one of the most troubling productions from Marvel Studios could still be successful. While the movie was no Avengers in terms of quality or success,...Show More Summary

Deadpool vs. Old Man Logan: First Look At The Upcoming Comic!

This fall, katanas and claws will clash when two of Marvel’s deadliest heroes come together, in a clash you can only imagine! Superstar writer Declan Shalvey (Deadpool, Moon Knight) and fan-favorite artist Mike Henderson (Secret Wars:...Show More Summary

Wonder Woman Creator’s Biopic Trailer Reveals The Superhero’s Controversial Origins

This year, audiences fell in love with the character of Wonder Woman in her self-titled standalone feature film. For female audiences, it was a long-awaited bit of vindication that female superheroes can carry their own movies, and perform big at the box office (and Wonder Woman keeps proving that on a daily basis. Show More Summary

Legends Of Tomorrow: Season 3 Premiere Episode Title Revealed, Should We All Grab Some Mai Tais?

I must admit, I was unsure just how the Legends Of Tomorrow would work on The CW. In the comics, Rip Hunter is not a huge figure, and most of the cast of characters for the show are not either. I did not feel the show would be cohesive. Show More Summary

Exclusive: TWO Dark/Web Banners & A Synopsis Hit For Segment 'Transplant'

The twisted world of Dark/Web is slowly approaching. If you’ve ever needed a reason to fear the world the internet, this upcoming series is sure to give you one. With its healthy combination of both serialized and anthological storytelling, Dark/Web seems poised to scratch an itch that a lot of consumers are having. Show More Summary

Star Wars: Colin Trevorrow Defends His Directing Episode IX After The Critical Lashing His Last Film Took

Hollywood truly is a business of “what have you done for me lately?” Even the best filmmakers in the world can have fans turn on them after a couple of duds. And if you’re a director with a slim filmography who gets handed the keys to not one, but two kingdoms after only one film, then you’re also liable to get fans on your tail very quickly. Show More Summary

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