Making a fight scene for a big superhero movie is complicated. Making a fight scene where the heroes are constantly shrinking and growing is even more complicated.
The Marvel Studios release schedule is intense. Three Blockbuster films a year? That’s a lot. But there’s a reason.
With Wakanda getting more involved in the affairs of the world after the events of Black Panther, one has to imagine major sports events are on the agenda, right after sharing advanced technology and helping the planet survive alien cataclysms. Which means it’s probably time they put together some soccer teams.
It: Chapter 2 keeps casting its adult heroes. Gemma Chan gives us a sneak peek of her Captain Marvel character. Kevin Feige hints at the possibility of the Young Avengers coming to the MCU. Plus, what’s to come on The 100, and more casting for Amazon’s adaptation of The Boys. To me, my Spoilers!
A few months ago, artist BossLogic created a very fun Infinity War-style poster that featured Hawkeye, Hawkeye, and more Hawkeye. It was a pretty convincing poster. Maybe a little too convincing.
Marvel securing the rights to use Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was a minor triumph for the company, and before it happened, Captain America: Civil War would’ve been a little different.
Music is an essential part of Luke Cage, because it’s an essential part of Harlem. In this behind-the-scenes featurette, Netflix runs down the history of African-American music and how that history comes to bear on Harlem’s Paradise, the fictional music venue and community hub in Marvel’s version of Harlem.
One of the big questions animating the MCU’s fanbase at present: once Chris Evans retires as Captain America, who’s going to take up the shield?
One of the most teased meetings in Avengers: Infinity War was between the mighty Thor and his fellow cosmic cohorts, the Guardians of the Galaxy. Now, directors Anthony and Joe Russo break that scene down shot for shot.
Erik Killmonger’s tragic life is even more tragic than you thought.
Ten years. More movies than I can actually remember off the top of my head. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a lot to catch up on. And only, like, a third of it is scenes of Iron Man putting his costume on.
Kevin Feige dishes on the future of the Marvel movieverse, from Fox deals to Moon Knight to Black Panther 2. Joe Russo confirms a certain character from the comics is definitely not in Infinity War or Avengers 4. There’s some wild rumors about Black Widow’s solo movie. Plus, some things that aren’t Marvel-related!…
For years, James Cameron’s Titanic was the golden standard by which all American theatrical releases were judged, the magic money maker that no one would ever beat. Then, Cameron himself beat it, with Avatar, and a few years later Star Wars: The Force Awakens rocketed past both of those.
Avengers: Infinity War is about our beloved superheroes protecting Infinity Stones from an all-powerful villain. But today, they war against some tiny box-shaped magnets that look eerily like Baby Mother Boxes. Just a coincidence, I’m sure! Check out this exclusive video from Backyard VFX artist Joey Shanks, all about…
When Hela destroyed Thor’s hammer near the beginning of Thor: Ragnarok, we knew we were in for some serious shit. And this godlike moment needed a lot of VFX love in order to make it a reality.
For Tony Ray, Black Panther is more than just a movie or comic, and dressing up as the titular character is something special: “I feel as if I am king of the great nation of Wakanda.” The cosplayer and activist (who goes by the name Everybody Loves Tony Ray) has designed and worn several looks inspired by T’Challa,…
Last year, we heard Disney had mandated that Agents of SHIELD be kept going on ABC, even though the network was considering canceling the show. This lends a bit of an ominous air to the show’s creators describing the fifth season’s finale as being written like it could be the series finale.
Black Panther has been a lively topic of conversation for a bit longer now than most Marvel movies manage to be, and in wider circles. It owes a lot of that to its thoughtful take on producing politically relevant themes and pushing discussions about the worldwide black experience. Now, one teacher in Chicago is using…
One of the more complicated and interesting questions on everyone’s mind immediately after the very first Black Panther trailer dropped focused on the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Wakandan accent—specifically about why various character’s accents seemed to be so different from one another. We now have an answer.
Amongst its other virtues, it’s impressive how cleanly and beautifully shot Black Panther’s fight scenes are. In a new video, director Ryan Coogler breaks down the work that went into one of the film’s best.