It’s sounding like the Mortal Kombat movie is going be disturbingly true to the games, with the writer explaining that it’ll be full of fatalities.
Back in March, when Avengers: Endgame hype was approaching fever-pitch, I wrote a story about the two MCU films you need to refresh yourself on before you see the movie. The story was based on a quite by Anthony Russo, who named Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War as the ones to watch. But I thought I’d have a little fun and claim that one of the movies you absolutely had to check out was Thor: The Dark World. I figured that this film, generally considered bottom-of-the-barrel when it comes to MCU films, was never going to mentioned again in the MCU. So imagine my surprise when my joke prediction came true, with Avengers: Endgame travelling back to the events of the movie to retrieve the Aether.
For a very long time Aquaman looked like it might be a box office bomb of epic proportions. Warner Bros’ DCEU still reeling from the abject disaster of Justice League, we went months and months without a trailer and there was vicious Hollywood gossip about behind-the-scenes drama. And, on top of all that, this was an Aquaman film. For the last two decades the character has been a figure of fun and the butt of ‘talks to fish’ jokes. Then it finally saw release and… it was great!
Directors Joe and Anthony Russo allude to the ways in which Avengers: Endgame toyed with Tony Stark’s fate early on in the film.
The creative team behind Avengers: Endgame were initially shocked by the fan reaction to Thanos’ decapitation.
As we’ve reported on before, the MCU has, arguably, dropped the ball when it comes to Black Widow. Both Nat and Clint are the only original Avengers who haven’t gotten their own movie, though that’s being remedied with a standalone Black Widow film due out next year and a Hawkeye TV show set to debut on Disney’s upcoming streaming platform. Still, while he won’t be getting his own pic, everyone’s favorite bow and arrow expert got plenty of character development across Phases 1, 2, and 3 of the MCU, though the same can’t be said for Black Widow.
You weren’t the only one blindsided by Spider-Man: Far From Home’s post-credits twist – Cobie Smulders has admitted that she had no clue about what Kevin Feige had planned.
Producer Barbara Muschietti has promised that the It: Chapter Two Director’s Cut will be packed to the rafters with amazing scenes.
With any luck, maybe we’ll get to see these three amigos drink beer, eat junk food, and play Fortnite sometime in the near future.
Via Instagram, writer-director-star Kevin Smith confirmed that Jay and Silent Bob Reboot will indeed herald the return of Matt Damon as Loki.