Marvel is kicking off the fourth phase of the MCU with an entire slate of new series this year, and the latest is The Falcon and the Winter Solider, debuting tomorrow on Disney+.
No matter if you choose to look at it either as the closing of a major chapter in the Marvel Avengers storyline or the beginning of a new era, Spider-Man: Far From Home is a superbly entertaining and well done superhero movie by any metric.
Victoria Alonso has been helping to make the Marvel Cinematic Universe what it is today from the very beginning. She’s been producing Marvel movies since the first Iron Man, and of the 22 Marvel films to date, Alonso has produced 21 of them, moving on to work as an executive producer since The Avengers.
Happy Endgame week; it’s finally here. Avengers: Endgame opens in theatres everywhere tonight and it’s going to be one of the years biggest films because fans are excited, and the film really does a lot of things right.
Luke Cage Season 2 isn’t easily watchable, but it is enjoyable for the most part, and he remains the most consistently written and utilized character in the NYC centred Marvel universe.
Boasting a duller, nastier wit than its predecessor and a newfound brush with sincerity, the adult oriented super-anti-hero sequel Deadpool 2 lacks the anarchic glee and spontaneity of its blockbuster predecessor, but it still has a lot to enjoy.
Go back to Wakanda this week as Marvel’s Black Panther arrives on Blu-ray. The GATE is giving away three copies of the massively entertaining film, which is out now on Blu-ray and Digital HD.
Avengers: Infinity War is a huge payoff for a film franchise that spans 10 years, 18 films, and dozens of characters. And for those of us who waited through all the end-credit scenes of every Marvel film, trying to learn everything we could about this universe of superheroes, Infinity War is a very satisfying ride, bringing together a lot of storytelling that’s been developed movie by movie, year over year.
Krysten Ritter has been fortunate enough to land the coveted role of one of pop culture’s most endearing and timely heroes in recent memory. Returning for the second season of Marvel’s Jessica Jones in the titular role, Ritter is the latest performer to transform their career by portraying a “superhero” of sorts that everyday people can actually relate to instead of an unstoppable, goody-two-shoes crime fighter. And to talk to Ritter, one gets the distinct sense that she wouldn’t have it any other way.
Let Thor electrify you in Thor: Ragnarok, as the god of thunder (and lightning) takes on a sister he didn’t even know he had. Enter now for a chance to win one of three copies of Thor: Ragnarok on Blu-ray courtesy of Marvel Studios.