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The Oscar-winning "Braveheart" director reveals his favorite comic book movies, and the role he almost played in one.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has been expanding with each film and phase. With it comes some truly memorable characters and the actors have done a magnificent job at literally transforming themselves into becoming those characters. Ask a number of people who Robert Downey, Jr. is and the majority would likely say Iron Man (or […]
Mel Gibson has revealed that he was approached by Marvel to play Thor’s dad Odin in the origin story for the superhero, but he turned them down. The Australian actor made this admission to The Guardian while he was the Cannes Film Festival for Blood Father, which he stars in and has been directed by... Show More Summary
Mel Gibson as Odin in the Thor movies? We're not sure that we can actually see that, but according to the Lethal Weapon actor, it almost happened. Gibson admitted this while promoting his latest movie at the Cannes Film Festival, and...Show More Summary
Imagine, for a moment, a world where Mel Gibson and not Anthony Hopkins played the role of Odin, King of Asgard, Protector of the Nine Realms, and father of hunky thunder god Thor. What would that world look like? Probably a lot like...Show More Summary
Mel Gibson reveals in a new interview that he was approached for an important role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but he turned it down.
The Marvel cinematic universe is growing so much that nearly every actor in Hollywood will have appeared in a Marvel Studios movie before all is said and done. For most actors and actresses, a role in a Marvel movie is a good move. But...Show More Summary
Robert Downey Jr. wants him to be the director of IRON MAN 4, but Marvel had their own ideas.
Considering how much controversy has surrounded Mel Gibson, it’s still odd how often he gets linked to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Rumors have swirled about him as an Avenger, a director, and now Gibson himself confirmed a totally different connection—to the role of Thor’s father Read more...
Despite being a big Hollywood action star, Mel Gibson has managed the tricky feat of staying out of the big Hollywood superhero machine. But for a brief moment, Mel nearly joined the MCU. When asked by The Guardian if he'd been approached to do a superhero film, Gibson said, "Yeah, long time ... More »
With the sheer number of characters needed to populate the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it takes a lot of actors to bring them to life. At this point, it would seem that everybody in Hollywood with a pulse has at least been offered a part in the MCU, whether or not they ended up doing it. Show More Summary
It's always interesting to take a look back at what could have been. We're already waist-deep in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and in its thirteen film run thus far, the studio has locked down some serious talent. However, it cannot be overlooked that there was a time when booking a Marvel film wasn't a guaranteed success. Show More Summary
Shane Black has introduced pop culture to many brilliant, dynamic duos over the course of his career, including Danny Glover and Mel Gibson in Lethal Weapon, Bruce Willis and Damon Wayans Sr. in The Last Boy Scout, and Robert Downey Jr. Show More Summary
Lethal Weapon 5 is one of those sequels that gets mentioned every few years, but never is expected to happen. For starters, the two main leads â?? who you would need to make the sequel matter â?? are currently 60 (Mel Gibson) and 69 (Danny Glover) years of age, respectively. Show More Summary
Our film critic's long journey into the red-carpeted heart of cinema has ended. This is her final dispatch from France.
“I suppose we have to register you as a Hot Shot!” Doesn’t have the same ring to it at all, now, does it? And yet, the infamous line spoken by Danny Glover to his new partner, Mel Gibson, almost had to go down this way because studio executives didn’t appreciate the title Lethal Weapon. Show More Summary
Director Ken Loach, centre, actor Mel Gibson, left and President of the Jury George Miller react after Roach is awarded the Palme d'or for the film I, Daniel Blake, during the awards ceremony at the 69th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Sunday, May 22, 2016. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus) The 2016 [...]
PARIS (AP) — Veteran British director Ken Loach has won his second Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival for “I, Daniel Blake.” The award for the 79-year-old, the festival’s top prize, was announced by actor Mel Gibson at the Sunday ceremony at the Palais des Festivals on the French Riviera. Jury president George Miller […]