As the discourse continues around Martin Scorsese’s criticism of the Marvel franchise, the legendary director himself has offered one more clarification of the comments that sent the internet into a collective meltdown.
With awards season set to kick off relatively soon, moviegoers have begun to speculate on which films will make the biggest splash at the Oscars, the Golden Globes and the like. While Uncut Gems, Parasite and Marriage Story seem to have emerged as frontrunners, Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman is also putting up a fight of its own. At the time of writing, it’s comfortably resting with a 96 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a Metacritic score of 94, and many of Scorsese’s fans are championing it as one of his best films to date.
Dwayne Johnson’s Black Adam movie is officially ago, meaning The Rock’s anti-villain is heading to the DCEU very soon. And he’ll be bringing a whole new superhero team with him. As confirmed by the star himself, BA will introduce the Justice Society of America, the Golden Age precursor to the Justice League, meaning fans can expect a host of iconic characters to make appearances in the movie alongside Johnson’s Teth-Adam.
Concept artist Jerad S. Marantz has taken to Instagram to share some previously unseen images of a squid-like creature that almost made an appearance opposite Tony Stark in last year’s Avengers: Infinity War.
When Robert Pattison was announced as the lead of The Batman over the summer, the casting news surprised fans in a big way. Not just because he’s a slightly left-field choice for the role, but because the British actor has moved towards indie movies and away from blockbusters ever since the Twilight saga ended earlier this decade. Pattinson is known to not be the biggest fan of those films or the intense level of fame it brought him. Now he’s signed up to play one of the most iconic superheroes of all time.
Much like Freddy Krueger himself, the Nightmare On Elm Street franchise just does not want to stay dead and buried. The first film was remade in 2010 and there’s now talks about Doctor Sleep director Mike Flanagan wanting to have a crack at his own idea. But let’s look back at one of the previous entries in the series for a minute.
Though this year’s Captain Marvel served as the MCU debut for one Carol Danvers, Brie Larson shot her first ever scenes as the heroine on the set of Avengers: Endgame. And while set photos from the Infinity War sequel show the Oscar-winner wearing the same red, blue, and yellow costume from Carol’s solo debut, her suit was eventually CGI’d over with some fresh designs in the final film.
The Irishman is a very long movie, but there’s one scene that most critics are pointing to as being the best place ot pause and take a break.
Thor actor Chris Hemsworth has a habit of bringing his props home from work, and according to his wife Elsa Pataky, the Avengers: Endgame star’s hoarding of MCU weaponry has now gone too far.
It’s been just over ten years since we lost Michael Jackson. His untimely death shocked the world, leaving millions of his adoring fans to mourn the loss of the King of Pop. At the time, he’d been working on his behind-the-scenes documentary This Is It, which chronicled his life on the road during touring, which was eventually released to fairly positive reviews.