With a hero who’s been beaten to a pulse, the next film could very well be called Gerard Butler Has Fallen: Natural Causes.
Fans have been expecting Nova to make his debut in the MCU for a long time, but it finally feels like his arrival is due any movie now since Avengers: Infinity War explained that the Nova Corps were destroyed by Thanos off-screen. It looks like Richard Rider might be about to continue the Corps’ legacy, but who could play him when he finally makes his first cinematic appearance? Well, a new rumor may have given us a big clue as to who Marvel’s looking at for the role.
These days, sharks sure are a popular commodity when it comes to horror/science fiction flicks. I mean, they’re not exactly blowing up the box office, yet the beasts always manage to attract a fair amount of viewers. If you don’t believe me, then clear your weekend schedule so that you may binge six Sharknado movies and Sharktopus, or possibly even The Meg if you’re looking for something that had a decent theatrical run.
Brie Larson made Marvel fans’ days yesterday when she shared a snap of herself lifting Thor’s hammer, jokingly proving that Captain Marvel is worthy of wielding Mjolnir. However, the actual owner of the Asgardian weapon is getting a little jealous. No, not Chris Hemsworth’s God of Thunder but Jane Foster, the Mighty Thor herself and star of Thor: Love and Thunder.
Mark Hamill revealed on Twitter that he hasn’t seen the original Star Wars film since the 1997 Special Edition was released in theaters.
Stan Lee’s daughter, JC, has sided with Sony over their recent battle with Marvel Studios, also saying Disney executives didn’t respect her father’s legacy.
Tom Holland seems totally unfazed by the Sony and Disney split, and Spider-Man fans are freaking about his reaction to it.
Robert Patrick was once the go-to guy for playing stoic badasses in huge franchises. For starters, he managed to match up to Arnold Schwarzenegger in Terminator 2: Judgement Day as the evil, shape-shifting and mostly silent cyborg sent back in time to hunt down John Connor. In addition to that, he also had the unenviable task of replacing David Duchovny’s Agent Mulder on The X-Files, and once again rose to the occasion as Agent John Doggett, the taciturn detective with a troubled past.
Avengers: Endgame proved that Captain America is worthy enough of lifting Thor’s hammer, bur what about Captain Marvel? Carol Danvers is probably stronger than the two of them combined and she’s got a hero’s heart, too. Well, Brie Larson may have just settled this debate with her latest Instagram post, which shows the actress lifting Mjolnir no problem. Larson captioned her photo, which is currently on its way to 2 million likes, “Not to be whatever, but….told you I could lift it.” And here’s your proof.
The disappointing critical and commercial reaction to Justice League, along with some behind-the-scenes upheaval at the studio, effectively forced Warner Bros. to rethink their entire strategy behind the DC Extended Universe. The new direction of the franchise led both Aquaman and Shazam! to great success, and there are now a number of exciting projects on the studio’s upcoming slate.