We’re inundated with comic book movies and TV shows these days. But for a decade now, we’ve been in the age of the “practical” hero look. And that was fine in the beginning, when everyone was worried about getting regular people to take this genre seriously. But we are far past that point now, and there are some…
Do you live near a Cinemark Theater? If so, carve out some time starting Friday to take a big screen trip back through the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The New York City of the Marvel universe is teeming with heroes, being home to everyone from Steve Rogers to Peter Parker. With four of those famous New Yorkers teaming up on the small screen today in The Defenders, we decided to rank the finest inhabits of the comic book Big Apple.
There are dozens of witches and warlocks running around Marvel’s comics who, at one point or another, have been up for consideration as the next Sorcerer Supreme. Traditionally, the Supremacy has been bestowed upon Stephen Strange, but that’s about to change—for the worst.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's roundup of the sweet toys and merchandise we’ve seen this week. We’ve got a magical Doctor Strange figure, a rather large Homecoming Spider-Man, and a miserable way to treat your favorite astromech unit. Also: Legend of Zelda Clue. No, really!
Sorry about last week! Your not-very-approachable neighborhood post-apocalyptic fake mailman caught… I don’t know, the space flu or something. Short version, I had more phlegm than mail, and I had a lot of mail—so let’s get to it! This week: The best ’90s cartoon intro, why nerds argue so much, and whether it’s worth…
A blockbuster like Marvel’s Doctor Strange relies on countless visual effects studios to help bring the film’s imaginative world to life. We’ve already seen how Industrial Light & Magic warped New York into a giant knot, but now we’re getting a peek at how Framestore created Doctor Strange’s spells, portals, and that…
The 2017 Oscars are tonight, and while scifi and comic book fans didn’t get everything they wanted this year, there are some cool nominations that are worth getting psyched about. What are you hoping takes home the trophy this time? And just how pissed are you that Deadpool got snubbed?
The Oscars are right around the corner, and Industrial Light and Magic has been working hard to show off its contenders for Visual Effects. For Doctor Strange, they started by showing how they bent space. Now, they’re bending time.
The Oscars are a little over a week away, which means we’re finally getting a bunch of peeks at the visual effects behind 2016’s biggest blockbusters, including Doctor Strange. Here’s how Industrial Light & Magic twisted New York City into a giant mind-melting knot that would have impressed M.C. Escher.
Darryl and Thor are back, and I can’t lie—I’m currently more excited to see the rest of this short right now than I am Thor: Ragnarok itself.
One of the most charming moments of Doctor Strange was the end tag which brought Thor into the Sanctum Sanctorum to ask some help from the Sorceror Supreme. Here’s a little behind-the-scenes featurette from the Doctor Strange release which shows what goes into making these tags (besides beer).
In Doctor Strange, Kaecilius (Mads Mikkelsen) spends a lot of the movie trying to get everything he needs to summon the evil Dormammu from the Dark Dimension. In this cut scene, he and his followers attempt the ritual. Except for one very stupid one.
Folks, it’s been a banner week for Guardians of the Galaxy merchandise that looks like it’s contemplating the nature of the cruel, remorseless world we live in.
Usually, importing one of Figuarts well-sculpted, well-articulated action figures can be a costly endeavour—but the company’s upcoming Doctor Strange is actually making an official journey to western shelves... and he’s bringing a lot of giant plastic bits of fire with him.
Doctor Strange was a perfectly serviceable and forgettable movie that isn’t on anyone’s “must watch” list. But now that the Blu-ray is going to have a sequel to the hilarious Thor mockumentary that introduced us to Thor’s beleaguered roommate, Darryl? Sign me up.
Earlier today, we posted about Margaret Cho’s account of a “fight” she had with Tilda Swinton regarding her controversial casting in Doctor Strange, in which Swinton played the Ancient One, a character who originally was written as Tibetan in the Doctor Strange comics.
I love it when a good portmanteau comes to life.
Stephen Strange’s first outing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe saw him go up against Kaecilius and... well, another villain that in hindsight was quite obvious, but one we’ll avoid openly mentioning just yet. But according to director Scott Derrickson, Strange almost went up against another of his iconic early foes.
Composer Michael Giacchino has confirmed that he’ll be returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe to score Spider-Man: Homecoming, after a rumor circulated online over the weekend.