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The following interview contains SPOILERS for Season 1 of Loki. Michael Waldron is a busy man. After getting his start on animated series like Rick and Morty, Waldron is now one of the most in-demand screenwriters in Hollywood. His first television series for Marvel, Loki, just wrapped up on Disney+. His next show, the pro-wrestling drama Heels, about a pair of feuding brothers (Stephen Amell and Alexander Ludwig) who are the stars of a small-town federation in Georgia, premieres on Starz in a couple weeks. He’s also working on the scripts for Sam Raimi’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and Marvel President Kevin Feige’s upcoming Star Wars project.
The history of superhero comics truly begins with 1938’s Action Comics #1. And the history of superhero movies truly begins with Superman, who starred in the first-ever feature film adapted from a DC Comic in 1951 and then returned to theaters in the movie that revolutionized the way the world looked at these stories, 1978’s Superman.
The following post contains SPOILERS for Loki. There was a lot of time travel, multiverses, and Marvel Cinematic Universe mythology in Loki. But when you strip all that surface away, what you see is that Loki was really a show about a person caught in a loop. Loki dies, he is reborn. He learns and grows, he returns to his old, villainous ways. He saves the universe, he helps bring about its destruction.
Thus far, The Flash director Andy Muschietti has used his Instagram to tease the film’s costumes for the title character, Supergirl, and Michael Keaton’s Batman. But The Flash also features an additional Dark Knight: Ben Affleck’s Batfleck, and so far we haven’t gotten any sorts of teases of what his new Bat-suit will look like.
The following post contains SPOILERS for the season finale of Loki. Shooting on Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania has officially begun. And if you weren’t excited before, you have to be now that the film will clearly involve Jonathan Majors’ Kang, who was introduced in the final episode of Loki. The version of the character on that show, though, was called “He Who Remains,” a variant of the true Kang who we’ll presumably meet in Ant-Man. As for what he’ll be doing in the film, well, that’s the big question.
Just a few weeks after Black Widow opened in theaters, the film already has an early release date on Digital HD, as well as on Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K. The digital release for Marvel’s first film in Phase Four of the MCU is just a few weeks away, on August 10. The physical discs for 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD will be available about a month later, on September 14.
Those clamoring for Michael B. Jordan to play DC Comics’ Superman may get their wish — though not quite as they expected. Jordan’s name initially emerged as a very qualified candidate to star in the Superman feature film that’s currently being developed by producer J.J. Abrams and writer Ta-Nehisi Coates. Although no details about the film have been officially announced, it’s been reported that the film will focus on a Black version of the iconic DC hero. But when asked about whether he’d be interested in playing the role in whatever film emerges from Coates’ script, Jordan said he was “flattered” to be considered, but that he would be “just watching on this one.”
An open road is not a personal racetrack, but some seem to think differently. In these top ten states, road racing occurs at unprecedented rates. Rates of street racing are on the rise. Over the past year, the coronavirus pandemic provided the perfect opportunity for speed racing enthusiasts to spend time at home fixing up and modifying their cars, according to a 2021 report from Associated Press News. Paired with reduced traffic on public roads, street racing exploded across the nation. The same report found that street racing complaints in 2020 skyrocketed in multiple cities, with some police departments even experiencing five times the number of complaints compared to the same period in 2019.
The following post contains SPOILERS for Loki. Loki wasn’t always an easy show to understand. Each episode was full of time-traveling twists, and that was before things got really messy in the finale with the revelation that the “Sacred Timeline” of the Marvel Cinematic Universe wasn’t so sacred after all. As it turns out, everything involving the Time Variance Authority and maintaining the Sacred Timeline was a plot by an evil mastermind named He Who Remains.
Another major star is joining Black Panther: Wakanda Forever: Michaela Coel, the creator and star of the critically acclaimed HBO series I May Destroy You (ScreenCrush’s pick for the #1 TV show of 2020), has reportedly signed on for an undisclosed role in the big Marvel sequel. According to Variety,...
Just a few days after it was reported that Warner Bros. was testing finalists for the title role in the upcoming Batgirl movie, the studio has apparently made its final choice. In the Heights star Leslie Grace is the movies’ new Barbara Gordon. Here’s more, via Deadline:. The studio was...
Amon Amarth and Viking metal get a big rep from Marvel Comics superhero Thor in the debut issue of Heroes Reborn, a new Marvel Universe comic storyline featuring the Avengers. In Issue #1, Thor sports an Amon Amarth T-shirt. After the comic came out on May 5, along with eight...
Marvel just released six new Black Widow character posters, for Natasha Romanoff, Yelena Belova, Red Guardian, Melina Vostokoff, Rick Mason, and Taskmaster. Each one has the name of the actor playing the character at the top ... except Taskmaster. We’ve got Scarlett Johnansson, Florence Pugh, David Harbour, Rachel Weisz, O.T. Fagbenle, and ... a big empty space.
The first Venom movie was not exactly faithful to Marvel Comics. Marvel’s Venom gets his symbiote from Spider-Man — it’s originally a living costume Peter Parker finds on an alien world. After the two have a falling out, the rejected costume bonds with Eddie Brock — a disgraced reporter with a grudge against Spider-Man — and the two swear revenge against Peter. Since Peter and Spidey couldn’t appear in Venom, the film had to invent a totally new origin for the character, with Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) now a muckraking journalist who accidentally bonds with an alien “symbiote” that’s been recovered by a space expedition.
Venom has to be one of the most improbable blockbusters of recent years. It’s a Spider-Man spinoff in which Spider-Man does not appear and is never even discussed, about a character who is an anti-hero at best and a sadistic killer at worst. He shares his body with a bloodthirsty alien who enjoys biting the heads off people and eating them. Total worldwide box office: $856 million! Sure, makes sense.
When it comes right down tot it, aren’t we all Venom?. Think about it. Or don’t. Just make sure you watch the brand-new trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage, the bonkers-looking sequel to the surprise hit Spider-Man spinoff. Tom Hardy returns as Eddie Brock, journalist by day and host of deranged symbiote who protects the innocent and sometimes eats peoples brains by night. This time, Eddie (EDDIEEEEEEEE) will have to face off with his most fearsome opponent from Marvel Comics, the evil Carnage. He’s played by Woody Harrelson.
By all accounts, the atmosphere on the set of Justice League was not great after Zack Snyder left the project. Joss Whedon took over the role of directing for the film’s extensive reshoots, and clearly failed to make a connection with most of Snyder’s cast. Actor Ray Fisher has been the most vocal about what he’s described as mistreatment by Whedon, but others reportedly had issues with him as well — including some of the film’s biggest stars.
The Suicide Squad could have more than one post-credit scene, according to James Gunn. The director shared a vintage-inspired poster on Twitter for the upcoming DC movie, which is a sequel to 2016’s Suicide Squad. Replying to the graphic, a Twitter user asked if there would be a post-credits scene following the movie. Gunn's response hints that there’s multiple.