Marvel veteran Samuel L. Jackson has responded to the recent comments made by filmmaker Quentin Tarantino about Marvel films. What makes Samuel L. Jackson the right person to respond to Tarantino is his longtime association with both Marvel and the filmmaker. The honorary Oscar winner first appeared as Nick Fury during a post-credits scene in 2008’s Iron Man and has reprised the role in numerous films ever since. Jackson has appeared in numerous films directed…"Samuel L. Jackson Responds to Quentin Tarantino Over Marvel Comments"
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever joins Avengers: Endgame among the Marvel Studios films with LGBTQ representation problems. The following contains spoilers for the recently released sequel. If you haven’t seen the new film yet, please stop reading now. Here we go again. They always remove quick moments in countries that do not allow LGBTQ representation. It happened in Avengers: Endgame during the first scene after the cutaway to 2023. What is happening in Black Panther: Wakanda…"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Has A LGBTQ Representation Problem"
Chadwick Boseman may no longer be with us but the legacy of King T’Challa lives on in Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Of all the Marvel films I’ve written about in my lifetime, this is the toughest. We’ll never know what could have been had Chadwick not died from cancer. Obviously, the film’s plot would likely be different to an extent. That we’ll never know is the part that truly sucks. That being said, Ryan…"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever: A Tribute To Chadwick Boseman"
After leaving audiences with somewhat of a cliffhanger, Marvel’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law nailed the ending in its season finale. Marvel didn’t make any season finale images available yet so I’ll replace the above image when they do. I shouldn’t have to tell you to make sure to watch through the mid-credits but I’ll remind you anyway. I’m going to get into episode spoilers below the logo image below so please do not read until…"She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Nails The Ending"
As Marvel’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law makes its arrival on Disney+, it fills the DC’s Legends of Tomorrow size in hole in our hearts. “I’m not a superhero. That is for billionaires, narcissists, and adult orphans for some reason.” – Jen Walters/She-Hulk Press were only sent the first four episodes for review. Every episode includes a tag scene that follow the initial credits. The run-times for Episodes 1-4 are 35, 28, 32, and 34 minutes,…"She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Embraces Comedy"
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is now available for audiences to bring home and watch on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD. What follows is my review from May with some modifications: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness sees Doctor Strange journey further into the Multiverse in order to stop an adversary. As is the custom for Marvel films, there is a mid-credit scene and a post-credit scene. The mid-credit scene is…"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness on Home Video"
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is in good hands as Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige leads the way through The Multiverse Saga. For anyone thinking that Phase 4 doesn’t have any sort of direction, they couldn’t be more wrong. Kevin Feige always has something up his sleeves and this weekend shows what it is. While some shows appear to be one-offs like Moon Knight, others are focusing in on the Multiverse. Ms. Marvel had double duty…"The Multiverse Saga: In Kevin Feige I Trust"
Marvel Studios has announced dates for both Phase 5-6 films and series while releasing new trailers for Phase 4 titles. After a few years of San Diego Comic Con going virtual, Marvel was ready for business in their return to Hall H. Miss Minutes introduced Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios and chief creative officer of Marvel, who was joined on stage by moderator Ash Crossan to deliver Marvel Studios’ long-awaited live-action panel. Phases 4,…"Marvel Studios Sets Phase 5-6 Films/Series, Releases Phase 4 Trailers – SDCC 2022"
Numbers star David Krumholtz is putting his name in the conversation to play the Thing in Marvel’s upcoming Fantastic Four movie. If you are unfamiliar with the Fantastic Four, Ben Grimm becomes the Thing when an experiment spacecraft is hit with cosmic rays. The rays affect everyone differently. Reed Richards becomes Mr. Fantastic, Sue Storm becomes the Invisible Woman, and Johnny Storm becomes the Human Torch. It certainly impacts Grimm in the worst way possible…"Fantastic Four: David Krumholtz Wants To Play The Thing"
Taika Waititi went from indie film to Marvel blockbusters while bringing his humor to both Thor: Ragnarok and Thor: Love and Thunder. I saw one of the worst possible takes that I’ve ever seen about a Marvel movie: comparing Thor: Love and Thunder to Batman and Robin. Both Thor and comic book movies are going to be fine. What makes this take so bad is that Batman and Robin practically killed the Batman franchise until…"Taika Waititi, Marvel Studios, and Auteur Filmmaking"