Despite being the star of the movie that kicked off an entire cinematic universe, one that has no less than seven films scheduled for release by the end of 2022, we still haven’t heard anything about a Man of Steel sequel. Indeed, in recent years, Henry Cavill’s Superman has found himself as the forgotten man of the franchise after leading the DCEU’s first outing and then playing second fiddle to the Dark Knight in his next appearance and, finally, having his role reduced to what basically amounted to an extended cameo in Justice League.
Though much of the entertainment industry is still in lockdown due to the Coronavirus and the quarantines imposed to help stop its spread, streaming services are thriving like never before. Netflix and Amazon Prime have both been seeing record viewing figures, while Disney Plus subscriptions are through the roof. Not to mention HBO Max just launched this week as well and is reportedly off to a strong start.
X-Men: Days of Future Past was an ambitious and successful hybrid that managed to act as a sequel to both the original trilogy and the rebooted timeline at the same time, but it would be fair to say that the main installments in the mutant franchise never managed to hit those heights again. While it wasn’t a disaster on the same sort of scale as Dark Phoenix, Apocalypse was nonetheless a major disappointment that wasted one of the most iconic villains in comic book history and squandered a lot of audience goodwill in the process.
Iron Man met a heroic, tragic end in Avengers: Endgame, so it looks like Robert Downey Jr. has made his last major appearance in the MCU. He might have a cameo in Black Widow and a voice role in the Ironheart TV show, but he won’t be taking part in any future team-up movies. Another Tony Stark might, though, as a Secret Wars film adaptation is on the way and it could allow Marvel to introduce a different version of the Armored Avenger.
Star Wars and Pacific Rim actor John Boyega has shared a post on Twitter, reacting to George Floyd’s death at the hands of four MPD officers.
This incredible Justice League Snyder Cut fan art imagines how Harry Lennix’s Martian Manhunter could look in his teased cameo.
Now that The Rise of Skywalker has concluded the main Star Wars saga, it’s safe to presume that Disney and Lucasfilm are planning to embark on a new journey, but fans still hope to see some of their favorite Legends characters make an appearance as well.
Yes, the movie where a girl falls in love with a Tilt-A-Whirl says more about self-assurance, romantic wilds, and personal comforts than most human-on-human counterparts.
Planet of the Apes director Wes Ball offers updates on the franchise’s first new outing under the new ownership of Disney.
Shudder has announced the new additions coming to its service next month, which includes Rob Zombie’s House of 1000 Corpses.