At last, Robert Pattinson was officially announced as the new Batman today, meaning that Matt Reeves’ upcoming reboot of the Dark Knight’s big screen adventures is finally on the go. Alongside that news though, we might’ve also learned that Pattinson’s hero won’t be saving Gotham all by his lonesome but may be about to form a dynamic duo with Robin.
Just as Warner Bros. has now solved the problem of how to progress with Batman in the DCEU by hiring Robert Pattinson to replace Ben Affleck, it sounds like the studio may also be on the cusp of redefining the adventures of the Superman universe on the big screen, too.
You might not know the name Timothy Rose off the top of your head, but the Star Wars puppeteer brought to life many of the series’ best alien characters, from Admiral Ackbar to Sy Snootles. However, it was Rose’s snappy portrayal of Jabba’s sidekick Salacious Crumb that nearly cost him his job.
The first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home released back in January and showed us the initial encounter between Peter Parker and Nick Fury, with the S.H.I.E.L.D. director commenting that it was nice to finally meet. After seeing Avengers: Endgame, though, this scene gets a little confusing as the pair were both present at Tony Stark’s funeral.
Avengers: Endgame has been in theaters for over a month, garnering incredible critical reviews and making serious money at the box office. But does Marvel Studios’ most massive undertaking break more than just a handful of records? Maybe, as according to a new article on Forbes, Endgame’s massive five-year time jump could be the final nail in Marvel’s commitment to connectivity.
Harry Potter vs. Lord of the Rings is a debate that’s been going on since the emergence of J.K. Rowling’s series. Now George R.R. Martin, writer of the immensely Game of Thrones books, has spilled the argument onto the red carpet of the Tolkien premiere. The author had some very passionate opinions when discussing his love for Middle Earth during the opening night of the late wordsmith’s biopic.
This month’s issue of Total Film takes a deep dive into Spidey’s next MCU solo outing, including an interview with director Jon Watts, who revealed that he has no say in where Far From Home fell into Marvel’s timeline.
A recent Avengers: Endgame theory uses Age of Ultron to suggest Vision was never worthy of wielding Mjolnir because the filmmakers saw him as a machine.
When it comes to Spider-Man: Far From Home, I’m not sure I can put into words why it’s such an important movie. I mean, not only is it Webhead’s second solo adventure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it’s also the first flick rolled out in a post-Endgame world. In other words, it may very well begin charting the new course for the brand as a whole.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige wanted there to be a whole lot more Goose after reading an early draft of Captain Marvel.