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Captain Marvel gets 10 new character posters

Marvel Studios has released a batch of new character posters for its upcoming superhero blockbuster Captain Marvel featuring Carol Danvers (Brie Larson), Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), Agent Coulson (Clark Gregg), Minn-Erva (Gemma Chan), Korath (Djimon Hounsou), Maria Rambeau (Lashana Lynch), Talos (Ben Mendelsohn), Jude Law and Annette Bening’s mystery characters, and Goose the Cat; check them out here and click on any of the posters for hi-res versions…

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Set in the 1990s, Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel is an all-new adventure from a previously unseen period in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that follows the journey of Carol Danvers as she becomes one of the universe’s most powerful heroes. While a galactic war between two alien races reaches Earth, Danvers finds herself and a small cadre of allies at the center of the maelstrom.
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10 Powerful Captain Marvel Movie Posters Revealed

10 Powerful Captain Marvel Movie Posters Revealed
Can't get enough Captain Marvel? You're in luck. Marvel Studios just released 10 new posters to promote the upcoming blockbuster, hitting theaters nationwide March 8. Set in the early 1990s, Captain Marvel follows the journey of Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) as she becomes one of the universe's most powerful superheroes. Kevin Feige produced Captain Marvel, which was directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck. Louis D'Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Jonathan Schwartz, Patricia Whitcher and the late Stan Lee served as executive producers. Nicole Perlman, Joe Shrapnel and Anna Waterhouse wrote the story, and Boden, Fleck, Geneva Robertson-Dworet and Jac Schaeffer wrote the screenplay. Weeks ago, a GoFundMe...
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I Can Already Tell Who My Favorite Captain Marvel Character Is: Goose the Cat

Captain Marvel is just a few months away from exploding into theaters and blowing our minds, but without even seeing it, I can already tell who my favorite character is: Goose, Carol Danvers's cat. The adorable, fuzzy little tabby isn't your average pet, however; Goose is what's known as a "Flerken," aka a race of aliens that just so happen to look like the average house cat. Yes, I'm already smitten.

Fortunately, Marvel has decided to feed my obsession with Goose with a slew of new posters for the upcoming superhero film, which will see Brie Larson kicking ass as the titular character. In addition to Goose posing perfectly for the camera, the posters include Danvers looking particularly noble, a young Nick Fury, Jude Law's mysterious Walter Lawson (also known as Mar-Vell), the film's big bad, and more.

Feast your eyes on all the epic images, ahead!

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Samuel L. Jackson Reveals His 5 Favorite Movie Roles

Mr. Glass is a pretty formidable foe for David Dunn in Unbreakable. And the super villain returns this weekend in M. Night Shyamalan's Glass, a movie that has been almost twenty years in the making. But is the very breakable Mr. Glass one of Samuel L. Jackson's favorite roles of all time? On The Tonight Show, the acclaimed actor, who has appeared in every genre ever and some of the biggest movies of all time, was asked by Jimmy Fallon if he could pick his five favorites.

That's actually asking quite a lot, as it turns out. Samuel L. Jackson has over 100 screen credits to his name, and he's played some of the most iconic characters ever created. So how does he narrow that down to just 5 roles? Well, he kind of didn't. But he gave it his best try after asking Fallon, 'Just five?' With a
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Rumored Details on What Marvel Studios Is Planning for The Avengers in Phase 4

Marvel Studio still has yet to reveal their big overall plans four Phase 4 of their films. We don’t know exactly how the events of Avengers: Endgame will affect the McU, and Marvel is going to wait until after that movie is released before they officially share the lineup.

However, we do know a little bit about what they have cooking ,such as The Eternals, Black Widow, Black Panther 2, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, and of course, Spider-Man: Far From Home. We also know that Marvel plans on keeping a version of the Avengers team going after Endgame, we just don't know what iteration of the Avengers that will be.

Well, according to McU Cosmic, there have been rumblings about both the Young Avengers and the New Avengers as possibilities. These could be two separate movies or one and the same. Kevin Feige previously confirmed that the seeds
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Spider-Man: Far From Home Will Sling Into Theaters in July

Spider-Man: Far From Home Will Sling Into Theaters in July
Rejoice, webheads: the first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home has arrived! In it, Peter Parker's (Tom Holland) European Summer vacation hits a snag when Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) shows up and informs him that he needs to help stop a new villain on the scene: Mysterio aka Quentin Beck aka Jake Gyllenhaal. So, bye-bye to flirting with Mj (Zendaya) in a bunch of museums, and hello to zooming through the air at top speed over London's Tower Bridge. Sorry, Peter.

Although the trailer is chock-full of exciting details - One-liners from Ned! Sparks flying between Aunt May and Happy! - the most important tidbit comes at the very end of the nearly three solid minutes of new footage. That's right: the release date! Spider-Man: Far From Home will sling into theaters this Summer, on July 5. That means we have roughly six months until we get to see how Peter,
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Regal Owner Cineworld Posts 7% Revenue Growth In 2018 Fueled By Strong U.S. Performance

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Cineworld, the world’s second largest theater group, has released partial results for 2018 with highlights including revenue growth of 7.2% on a pro-forma basis and a record 308M cinema-goers.

According to the conglomerate, which last year completed its $3.6B acquisition of Regal Entertainment, admissions increased by 2.6% compared with the prior year. The firm put the growth down to a strong film slate in the U.S., refurbishments and the roll-out of premium formats. There were healthy rises in revenues for box office, concessions and screen advertising.

U.S. revenue grew by 8.6%, in part driven by a record year for the box office. Movies such as Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War and Incredibles 2 were among key drivers.

UK & Ireland revenue grew by 3% (-0.6% on a constant currency basis) with revenue growth impacted by the strength of the comparable film slate in 2017, particularly Star Wars. The highest grossing films for the year
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Superhero Bits: Peyton Reed’s ‘Fantastic Four’, KiKi Layne Wants to Play Storm & More

Superhero Bits: Peyton Reed’s ‘Fantastic Four’, KiKi Layne Wants to Play Storm & More
Does that shirt Zack Snyder designed for charity map out his plans for the DC Extended Universe? Does a Captain Marvel card game spoil Jude Law‘s character name? What would Peyton Reed’s Fantastic Four movie have been like? Did you catch the Japanese Spider-Man Easter egg in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse? Can the X-Men be […]

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‘Glass’ Again Tops Studios’ TV Ad Spending

In this week’s edition of the Variety Movie Commercial Tracker, powered by the TV advertising attention analytics company iSpot.tv, Universal Pictures claims the top spot in spending for the second week in a row with “Glass.”

Ads placed for the superhero thriller had an estimated media value of $9.89 million through Sunday for 1,183 national ad airings on 38 networks. (Spend figures are based on estimates generated from Jan 7-13. Estimates may be updated after the chart is posted as new information becomes available.) Universal prioritized reaching a sports-loving audience, with high spend during programming such as NFL Football, the College Football Playoff National Championship and NBA Basketball, and across networks including NBC, Fox and ESPN.

Just behind “Glass” in second place: Columbia Pictures’ “A Dog’s Way Home,” which saw 1,442 national ad airings across 39 networks, with an estimated media value of $5.99 million.

TV ad placements for Twentieth Century Fox’s
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The Russos remind us that it’s 100 days to Avengers: Endgame

Today was a pretty big day for Marvel fans, what with the trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home delivering our very first glimpse at Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, today is also notable for being exactly 100 days out from the climax of Phase Three – a fact that the Russo brothers have highlighted on Twitter with a brief Avengers: Endgame promo.

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100 to go… pic.twitter.com/BnmIT94FKF

— Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) January 15, 2019

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Avengers: Endgame stars Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man), Chris Evans (Captain America), Mark Ruffalo (Hulk), Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), Josh Brolin (Thanos), Brie Larson (Captain Marvel), Paul Rudd (Scott Lang), Don Cheadle (War Machine), Karen Gillan (Nebula), Chadwick Boseman
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James McAvoy Remains Uncertain How Successfully ‘X-Men’ Can Be Folded Into McU

James McAvoy Remains Uncertain How Successfully ‘X-Men’ Can Be Folded Into McU
James McAvoy and Samuel L. Jackson are joining forces in M. Night Shyamalan’s “Glass” this month, but the upcoming Disney-Fox merger means we could be seeing two of their most popular film characters on the big screen again in the not so distant future. Jackson’s Nick Fury is a flagship character in Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe, which will finally be able to feature “X-Men” characters once the merger takes place. McAvoy is the big screen’s current Professor Charles Xavier, having played the character in three Fox-backed films, plus the upcoming “Dark Phoenix.”

When asked by Yahoo Entertainment about the X-Men joining the McU, McAvoy expressed some concern over how successfully the Disney team will be able to achieve the goal. “I don’t know if the X-Men could go into the Marvel universe, I’m not sure,” McAvoy said.

“Maybe they could? But I
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Detective Pikachu Posters Arrive, Secret Pokemon Villain Revealed?

Is Detective Pikachu going to feature a secret villain? That appears to be the case, assuming a new rumor floating around is to be believed. The first trailer for this first ever live-action Pokemon movie was released back in November and it was jam-packed with Pokemon from a variety of different eras. It gave fans a lot to chew on, but it didn't reveal much in the way of a villain. If this rumor has any truth to it, the studio is keeping the movie's bad guy under wraps for good reason.

Warning: potentially huge spoilers ahead for Detective Pikachu. Last chance to turn back. According to a new report, an anonymous source has confirmed that Mewtwo will indeed be the main villain in the movie. What's more, the report states that the movie will actually provide us with the legendary Pokemon's origin story, something that really hasn't been explored that much previously.
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New Avengers: Endgame Promo Marks 100 Days Until Release

As far as McU promotion goes, today very much belongs to Spider-Man: Far From Home, with the film’s long-awaited first trailer finally dropping this morning, closely followed by the international trailer along with the movie’s first official poster. That being said, in case there’s anyone out there who needs reminding that Avengers: Endgame still has to arrive before Peter Parker’s next solo outing does, Marvel’s official Instagram has uploaded a new video to mark one hundred days until the release of the Avengers: Infinity War sequel.

Footage-wise, you won’t find anything new here, with the 11-second promo flashing only brief images of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes as the words “100 Days” appear in a purple font that inevitably brings to mind a certain Mad Titan. Evidently, the big release day is getting kind of close now, but if three-and-a-bit months still sounds like a long wait to you,
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M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’ To Smash $105M+ Worldwide Over Mlk Weekend

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After a post-holiday sleeper period at the box office largely dominated by Warner BrosAquaman, the 2019 box office is set to wake up this weekend with its first, truly fire-breathing event film, Glass, from two-time Oscar nominee M. Night Shyamalan. It is looking at a $105 million-$120 million global start, inclusive of the four-day Mlk holiday in the U.S.

While an immediate follow-up to the director’s Universal/Blumhouse surprise $278M-plus grossing hit Split from two years ago, Glass has more of a legacy appeal to Shyamalan fans as it’s also a sequel to his 2000 cult superhero movie Unbreakable. Because of that film’s connection, Disney, which originally handled Unbreakable theatrically 18 years ago, has overseas on Glass via Buena Vista International.

James McAvoy reprises his Split role as Kevin Wendell Crumb, a man who suffers from an extreme case of Dissociative Identity Disorder, with 23 personalities. He becomes imprisoned at
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The Skrulls Aren't the Only Aliens in Captain Marvel - Let's Talk About the Kree

The Skrulls Aren't the Only Aliens in Captain Marvel - Let's Talk About the Kree
We already know all about the Skrulls in Captain Marvel, thanks in large part to the fact that they're heavily featured in the trailers that have come out so far. But those less familiar with the incredibly powerful heroine might not know that her story involves a second alien race: the Kree. If you're not aware, Captain Marvel is technically associated with the Kree alien race: in the comics, her father his human, and her mother is a Kree champion.

It's entirely possible that the backstory of Carol Danvers has been tweaked for the big-screen treatment, which means she may not have the same parents in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Even so, it's clear her alliance in the film is with the Kree. Mar-Vell (played by Jude Law), who appears to have assumed a mentor-like role for the film, is a noted member of the Kree. Then there's Ronan the Accuser,
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Small Detail In Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer May Tease Avengers: Endgame

For someone who’s currently a pile of dust on an alien planet, Peter Parker is looking pretty good in the first trailer(s) for Spider-Man: Far From Home. While we don’t yet know the mechanism by which the Avengers save the day and manage to undo Thanos’ snap, one enterprising fan has noticed a detail in the trailer that may point towards some kind of strange time travel solution in Avengers: Endgame.

Said fan is i09 deputy editor @JillPantozzi, who posted the following screengrab on Twitter earlier today:

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Notice anything weird about Peter Parker’s passport? Well, aside from his startled expression, one curious omission is that all of the dates don’t feature years. It’s a strange and clearly deliberate decision taken by
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The Internet Is Loving The New Spider-Man: Far From Home Trailer

For a film that’s competing with movies as hyped as Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame for the attention of Marvel fans, Spider-Man: Far From Home is so far doing a pretty good job at getting filmgoers pumped, and with the first trailer finally dropping after a longer wait than most of us expected, the footage seems to be hitting the sweet spot for many a viewer.

From Peter’s community work with Aunt May, to the assortment of new villains entering the fray, fans have found plenty to appreciate in the newly shared preview, taking to Twitter to voice their excitement:

Guys!! spider-man is well known and Loved by the community and is out here doing charity work supported by Aunt May Please this is so important and so cute pic.twitter.com/gAVPE0Bc20

— mir wants euphoria (@spidychelle) January 15, 2019

Me: I'm not That bothered about the Marvel movies any more.
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What You Need to Know About Mysterio and the Elementals in ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’

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What You Need to Know About Mysterio and the Elementals in ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’
So we got our very first look at “Spider-Man: Far From Home” — notable for a lot of reasons, the biggest probably being that it will be the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that takes place after “Avengers: Endgame.”

Now, the trailer provides no clues about how that fourth “Avengers” movie is going to play out — unless you didn’t know that this movie existed, in which case you will be surprised to discover that Spider-Man is alive again. But while this first tease for “Far From Home” doesn’t do much looking back, it does appear to give us some clues about where the McU is going once the battle with Thanos finally concludes in a couple months.

The trailer is pretty light on plot details in general, but it does introduce what we assume are most of the major players. Including five new villains: Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal
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“There is a Misconception that Cutting Action is not an Intellectual Endeavor”: Debbie Berman on Editing Black Panther

Of the 250 top-grossing films in 2017, women comprised only 16% of all editors. That makes Debbie Berman, co-editor of Black Panther, a glowing exception. And not only has Berman had a successful career spanning work in her homeland of South Africa, Canada and now La, she’s made a name for herself in the Marvel sphere. Last year, she co-edited Spider-Man: Homecoming, this year, the ground-breaking Black Panther alongside Michael Shawver (Fruitvale Station) and has the Brie Larson-led Captain Marvel out this year. Filmmaker had a chance to ask Berman some questions about her impressive career and her knack for […]
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“There is a Misconception that Cutting Action is not an Intellectual Endeavor”: Debbie Berman on Editing Black Panther

Of the 250 top-grossing films in 2017, women comprised only 16% of all editors. That makes Debbie Berman, co-editor of Black Panther, a glowing exception. And not only has Berman had a successful career spanning work in her homeland of South Africa, Canada and now La, she’s made a name for herself in the Marvel sphere. Last year, she co-edited Spider-Man: Homecoming, this year, the ground-breaking Black Panther alongside Michael Shawver (Fruitvale Station) and has the Brie Larson-led Captain Marvel out this year. Filmmaker had a chance to ask Berman some questions about her impressive career and her knack for […]
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