The newest episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier showed what we all knew coming in: John Walker (Wyatt Russell) is the real villain of the series. You don’t have to like John Walker. I know for a fact that I don’t. He’ll never be my Captain America. So far, nothing he’s done during the first four episodes is worthy of taking a mantle that doesn’t belong to him. That we even saw this…"John Walker: New Captain America Is A Villain"
Marvel fans will be happy as The Falcon and The Winter Soldier finally makes it’s arrival on Disney+ after a very lengthy delay. It’s been more than a few months since the last time we saw Sam Wilson/The Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and James Buchanan “Bucky” Barnes (Sebastian Stan). The last time we saw them was when old Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) suddenly appeared on a bench late in Avengers: Endgame. In case you forgot, Steve…"The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Finally Arrives"
The performance by Elizabeth Olsen in the eighth episode of WandaVision is the type of acting work that should be honored with an Emmy. This article contains spoilers for “Previously On,” the eighth episode of WandaVision. Elizabeth Olsen broke through the scene with her performance in Martha Marcy May Marlene. The film was the 2011 version of Winter’s Bone in that the Sundance-premiering indie had the same chance of repeating with Oscar nominations. It didn’t…"Elizabeth Olsen: WandaVision Work Deserves Emmy"
Marvel’s Behind the Mask is an hour-long documentary seeking to explore identity and what it means when it comes to wearing the mask. Who wears the mask? Not so much the superhero character but the people who put on these masks. Who exactly are they and what makes them do what they do? This question really comes down to the core of identity. Through the course of an hour, a number of scholars, historians, filmmakers,…"Marvel’s Behind the Mask Hits Disney+ on Friday"
WandaVision is the Marvel Cinematic Universe sitcom we need right now but the series is a true love letter to television history in general. It’s been a while since Marvel released anything new for audiences to consume. Because of the pandemic, Black Widow is delayed until May at the earliest. My money is on another delay with how slow the vaccines are in getting rolled out. But hey, I’ll take any new product from Marvel…"WandaVision: A Marvel Love Letter To Sitcom History"
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD came to an end on Wednesday night following the two-hour series finale after seven seasons. For SEO purposes, I’ve referred to Agents of SHIELD without the periods. Be warned that spoilers will follow if you didn’t watch the series finale. Please continue at your own risk. I mean it. There are spoilers here! The series finale could have gone in any direction. But I guess in some way, I knew that…"Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Ends On A High"
Fantastic Four is one of the few early 21st century Marvel films to not age well as the film marks its 15th anniversary since opening in theaters in 2005. The premise of the film is simple and it’s one that stays true to the comics in theory. Physicist Reed Richards (Ioan Gruffudd) and astronaut Ben Grimm (Michael Chiklis) need Von Doom Industries CEO Victor Von Doom’s (Julian McMahon) space station. The reason is to test…"Fantastic Four Marks Its 15th Anniversary"
Walt Disney Company CEO/Chairman Robert Iger recently published his memoir, The Ride of a Lifetime, a few months ago with memories and leadership lessons. Bob Iger is the 6th CEO of The Walt Disney Company. Iger took over the reigns following the Save Disney campaign that led to Michael Eisner’s ouster. He’s currently set to step down from the post when his contract ends in 2021. People will be interested in reading the book because…"Robert Iger: The Ride of a Lifetime"
Marvel Studios is not to blame for the changing cinema landscape but there is certainly a problem with the current way in which we view movies. Oscar-winning filmmaker Martin Scorsese has made some interesting comments while promoting The Irishman. Other filmmakers came to his defense when it came to what is and isn’t cinema. Some other filmmakers decided to call him out. It wasn’t until he expanded on his comments in the New York Times…"Cinema: Martin Scorsese, Marvel, and Indie Film"
Fans can finally bring home the world’s best-selling movie of all time, Avengers: Endgame, now that the film is available on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD. SYNOPSIS The grave course of events set in motion by Thanos that wiped out half the universe and fractured the Avengers ranks compels the remaining Avengers to take one final stand in Marvel Studios’ grand conclusion to twenty-two films, Avengers: Endgame. BONUS MATERIAL (may vary by retailer): Digital…"Avengers: Endgame arrives on Blu-ray, DVD"