It’s Marvel’s third attempt in not so many years to reboot the Spider-Man franchise, so we’ve got some concerns, but we did find Tom Holland to be awkwardly charming in Civil War, so we’ll give him a chance. Watch the trailer and decide for yourself.
Did you know that Joaquin Phoenix almost got the part of Stephen Strange in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe? That bombshell and more in CineFix’s trivia video about Doctor Strange. Also, we’ve seen it, and think it’s good enough you’ll want to see it on the big screen.
Grackle Distro’s enamel pin is the perfect accessory for fans of Nintendo, Marvel, or both. Combining the design of the classic Mattel Power Glove with Marvel’s Infinity Gauntlet you will now wield the ultimate weapon in the universe. Everything else is child’s play.
Professor X is suffering from Alzheimer’s, Wolverine’s healing powers are failing him, and the rest of the X-Men are dead. But when they discover that Mister Sinister is hunting down a young girl that was cloned from Logan’s DNA, the student and his teacher go on one last ride.
The first teaser for next summer’s big sequel to Guardians of the Galaxy gives us only the tiniest glimpse at what to expect, but we’re still stoked for the return of our favorite motley space crew. We only wish they’d have teased what was on Awesome Mix Vol. 2.
Whether you loved it, hated it, or just thought it was “meh” like we did, the guys at Screen Junkies are here to shoot all kinds of holes in the latest X-Men film, and reminding us that sometimes the best thing you can do with a beloved franchise is give it some time off.
Luke Cage rips the doors of the place for a fight sequence that was clearly devised to evoke memories of the epic hallway fight sequence from the first season of Daredevil, only Luke doesn’t bleed quite as easily as Matt Murdock. Season 1 drops on Netflix 9/30/16.
Just in time for X-Men: Apocalypse, the latest in Burger Fiction’s excellent series of superhero videos looks at how we got from a pointy eared, yellow armored Wolverine to Hugh Jackman’s moody, Johnny Cash meets Edward Scissorhands representation of the hero.
“Who are all these goddamn people?!” The Onion’s film critic Peter K. Rosenthal was thoroughly confused by Captain America: Civil War‘s ensemble cast. Who is Black Widow? Or Falcon? What motivates Random Bystander? Seriously though, stop with the origin stories.
After regaling us with an Iron Man history lesson, Burger Fiction continues its exploration of comic book characters, with the on screen evolution of America’s hometown hero, Steve Rogers and his red, white, and blue alter ego. We still love the 1979 Cap’s Evel Knievel looks.
Unlike many recent superhero movies, Fox’s X-Men films have shied away from colorful and distinctive costumes. Kaptain Kristian points out how ironic this is, given that this team symbolizes oppressed minorities accepting who they are and standing up for their identities.