Peyton Reed’s jovial sequel to 2015’s Ant-Man comes via a much less complicated production background than its predecessor. Fewer re-writes and disagreements behind the scenes and a director present from conception to release. In the wake of the behemothically over-stuffed Infinity War, it’s a much needed breather.
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As has been widely reported this week, James Gunn has been removed by Disney from the production of the upcoming final film of the Guardians of the Galaxy trilogy.
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Under the eye of Creed’s Ryan Coogler, Black Panther is like no Marvel film ever made. You’re going to hear a lot of that.
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Black Panther is the eighteenth film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a franchise this year celebrating its tenth anniversary. The film – which sees Chadwick Boseman play T’Challa, the titular melanistic big cat – is one of three Marvel blockbusters out in 2018, taking the total to twenty. That’s more films than Quentin Tarantino has produced in his entire career to date.
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With Avengers: Infinity War just 17 short weeks away (it’s the big one, the one we’ve all been waiting for) there has never been a better time to back-to-back do the Avenger-thon. Here’s how…
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It’s the moment the world has been waiting for, the new Avengers: Infinity War trailer is here!
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Claiming the honour of being the best Thor film to date isn’t exactly high praise but, in the case of Thor: Ragnarok, it does at least herald the incoming of a pleasingly fresher take on the Norse god’s super-sub-franchise. With the surprisingly tangible vision of Hunt of Wilderpeople’s Taika Waititi, part-three Thor makes for a fun addition to Marvel’s tiresomely sprawling universe and blessed relief for Chris Hemsworth’s erstwhile little used funny bones.
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