A decade in the making, Avengers: Infinity War is finally here to unite the MCU against Thanos.
The King of Wakanda, T’Challa got drawn into the battle between Avengers factions in Civil War, dealt with an insurrection back in his home of Wakanda and will join the rest of the MCU to take on the threat of Thanos in Infinity War.
Riding an insane amount of hype, the first major blockbuster of 2018 is here with the first of 3 huge MCU movies, Black Panther, as T’Challa returns home to Wakanda to take his rightful place as king.
The first mega blockbuster of 2018 is here with Black Panther while two other new releases attempt some weak counter-programming.
The entire MCU is assembled to stop Thanos from recovering the Infinity Stones and reshaping the entire universe in next summer’s epic finale to the current era of the MCU, Avengers: Infinity War.
After his debut in Captain America: Civil War, Black Panther is back in February as T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) returns to his throne in Wakanda but faces threats from outside and within looking to overthrow him and steal Wakanda’s incredible technology and resources.
Two new dramas based on true events, Jackie Chan back on the big screen and a Groundhog’s Dayesque horror/comedy are what’s out this Friday the 13th.
After making a stellar debut in Captain America: Civil War, King T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) takes center stage in next year’s Black Panther movie, where he must defend his country of Wakanda from numerous threats both inside and out.
After 8 years, the MCU shows no signs of stopping with maybe the best movie yet in the franchise, Captain America: Civil War, as Captain America and Iron Man go to war over both UN oversight for The Avengers and the fate of Bucky Barnes aka The Winter Soldier.
Gerard Butler is the ruthless Egyptian god Set, who casts out the rightful ruler, Horus (Nikolai Coster-Waldau), who must team with a mortal thief to get his kingdom back.