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Starting 14 years ago in a cave with a box of scraps, going by theatrical release means we kick off with Tony Stark’s Iron Man. 10 amazing bits of pop culture that were never actually released Great games, movies, shows and music that never saw the light of day. 10 times directors explain their unpopular movies This is what some of the best directors have said about their terrible film choices. Marvel is now well into its groove of hiring interesting, not always obvious directors to helm its films, and giving them some space to do what they do. In the case of director Ryan Coogler , what he does is make arguably the most acclaimed Marvel movie to date, and less arguably, the first to earn a Best Picture Academy Award nomination.
- Also, as the kids would say, that illusion fight scene is pure fire.
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- We’ve officially crossed the rubicon now from not very good to just about OK with Black Widow.
- After Black Panther smashed box office records as the second-highest grossing film of 2018 with over $1.3billion, the sequel is nearly upon us.
- While it’s got its weaknesses – most notably, it wastes Corey Stoll – Ant-Man manages to bring anarchic creativity to its action scenes.
His old-school filmmaking style suits the gung-ho World War setting. While Chris Evans is brilliant as the weedy soldier that becomes a super soldier, it’s clear he’s still finding his feet in the role, but he has the charisma to pull it off. The moment where the rest of the world really took notice.
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Dropping an unstoppable superhuman in the middle of LA in 1995 should have been way more Terminator 2 than Captain Marvel made it feel. A cracking arrival scene and decent jukebox ’90s soundtrack aside, the rest of the movie ends up feeling pretty much like every other mid-range MCU entry. Brie Larson is fantastic, but she really deserved a better film. Finally giving Scarlett Johansson a bit more to do than just kick people, Black Widow set her up with a decent stand-alone vehicle . Staying mostly grounded and gritty, the last act tanked when the action moved to a big flying factory in the sky. Don’t Worry Darling, where he found love with director Olivia Wilde, will premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September.
As the last Spider-Man movie and Hawkeye both end around the Christmas period, we can guess then that Doctor Strange 2 is in spring the following year. Kate Bishop comes to the MCU in Hawkeye, Clint Barton’s headline project, set during the holiday period of 2024. Their Christmas misadventure has Kate factory-publishing find out in no uncertain terms that being an Avenger is a tough business without many friends. That is, except for Lucky the Pizza Dog and heroes like Clint. Destin Daniel Cretton directs Simu Liu as the lead martial artist who, without spoiling anything, definitely has a future in the franchise.
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As a huge Mysterio fan (who doesn’t love old fishbowl head?), there’s a real treat in seeing Spidey’s most theatrical villain brought to life by such an accomplished actor. Also, as the kids would say, that illusion fight scene is pure fire. Love and Thunder manage to embrace the silliness of comics while telling a surprisingly poignant story about how fundamentally we all need one thing, love. It also has one of the MCU’s scariest ever villains, Gorr the God Butcher . Kaecilius is such a half-baked villain he’s basically still dough, while the actual plot isn’t the most daring basically serving as a cut and dry origin story. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 isn’t quite as sharp as its predecessor, but it’s still a fun action romp that builds on what director James Gunn established in that first movie.