While there’ve been a lot of ’80s reboots and sequels, the Back to the Future franchise has remained pretty untouchable up to now. Give or take some jokey adverts and DVD features, as well as a great Telltale Games series, the prospect of the property having an official continuation has been shot down in the past by both producer Frank Marshall and director Robert Zemeckis. However, Christopher Lloyd has now given some hope to fans of the series by showing enthusiasm for a fourth movie, as well as ideas for plot lines.
As expected, the post-credits scene from the Avengers: Endgame re-release has leaked online, and it’s just as underwhelming as we’ve heard it was.
With Shazam! just a few days away from hitting digital, Warner Bros. has released a deleted scene which seemingly hints at another major DC player’s arrival.
While the strategy for marketing MCU movies tends to involve giving away as little as possible, one major exception is the upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home.
In the lead-up to Avengers: Endgame, one of the most popular questions regarding the Avengers: Infinity War sequel was who, if anyone, would have to sacrifice themselves for the Soul Stone. As some of you may recall, the fan forums offered a variety of theories on how the inevitable Vormir scene might play out, and according to Jeremy Renner, even the team at Marvel Studios originally had a very different idea for the Soul Stone sequence.
Chris Evans is one of the most prolific actors in the MCU, playing Captain America across seven Marvel movies (as well as cameo roles in four more). As someone who originally turned down the part twice, it must have been a challenge to keep bringing something new to the table as the Sentinel of Liberty, but what does Evans think is the hardest part of playing the character?
The question of how exactly Cap’s last trip through time worked at the close of Avengers: Endgame has been one of the most-discussed plotpoints of the movie since it arrived. What’s fuelled the mystery is that the makers of the film believe conflicting explanations for it.
In an obvious attempt to beat Avatar’s all-time box office record, Marvel has re-released Avengers: Endgame in theaters with a few minutes of bonus content. And while the movie’s weekend gross suggests that there are quite a few MCU fans out there who’ll lap up any new footage they can get, others have been left disappointed by the meager volume of fresh material offered.
A little over 2 months after the release of Avengers: Endgame, one would think that all the questions fans had after watching it would be answered. Once again, the Marvel fandom has stepped up to the challenge and asked this; did Gamora survive Tony’s snap at the end of the movie? Well, the Russo Brothers have addressed that question…with another question.
Though the next MCU installment is just a couple of days away from hitting theaters, fans still have a few lingering questions about the previous Marvel movie. For one thing, there remains plenty of uncertainty around what exactly happened to Steve Rogers in the final minutes of Avengers: Endgame.