An exhaustive dissection of Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The culmination of the MCU’s first decade begins with this overstuffed, largely effective feature.
The long-awaited superhero epic hits theaters in a little over a month — on April 27th, to be exact.
From the most anticipated blockbusters to the smallest indie films, Comics to Screen looks at all of this year’s adaptations.
The star-flooded culmination of a decade of Marvel movies arrives on May 4th.
Roger Waters, Brian Eno, Peter Gabriel sign open letter in support of Lorde’s Israel concert cancelation
Mark Ruffalo, John Cusack, Kathleen Hanna, and Angel Davis also put their name to the letter.
A Tennessee middle schooler whose anti-bullying video went viral is receiving an outpouring of support from celebrities, entertainers, and athletes.
It’s all been leading to this.
Struggles aside, Taika Waititi adds a light-hearted touch to the God of Thunder.
Marvel’s next blockbuster drops the hammer on November 3rd.
From coded messages to future villains to sly references, it’s a cinematic hidden objects game.
Marvel’s epic first look at the forthcoming blockbuster is soundtrack by Led Zeppelin’s “Immigrant Song”.