A decade in the making, Avengers: Infinity War is a stunning achievement that delivers on all the character interactions, action setpieces and big bad Thanos that has been building since Iron Man in 2008.
A decade in the making, Avengers: Infinity War is finally here to unite the MCU against Thanos.
Before the universe shattering finale of the current era of the MCU, get ready with our Franchise Flashback recap of all 18 prior movies leading up to this point.
When The Avengers arrived in 2012, it had not only Alan Silvestri’s score available as a soundtrack but an “Inspired By” album of songs called Avengers Assemble, which included the movie’s credits song, “Live to Rise” by Soundgarden.
Hulu renews Future Man and Runaways and picks up a new horror anthology series from Blumhouse, Starz is moving forward with the John Wick TV series, Vin Diesel may kick off the Valiant Comics movie universe as Bloodshot, Kitty Pryde may be getting her own movie and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
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 fantastic debut in Civil War, Tom Holland is back and starring as Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming, which finds the friendly neighborhood wallcrawler trying to prove himself to Tony Stark while balancing high school and tracking down a crew of arms dealers led by the vicious Adrian Toomes aka The Vulture.
The final Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer focuses on Peter’s (Tom Holland) new Stark powered suit, that comes equipped with gadgets like a parachute and an embedded AI, and he’ll need all of them to take down the ruthless new villain, The Vulture (Michael Keaton)
Russia’s answer to recent superhero movies like The Avengers, The Guardians are team of Cold War, superpowered beings who must save Moscow from a villain who can control technology.
Despite WB probably wanting a James Bond style franchise from their 1998 reboot of The Avengers, even hiring Sean Connery himself as the villain, the only thing that really feels Bondesque is the credits song by Grace Jones.