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Marvel Studios has added Danai Gurira’s name to the ‘Avengers: Endgame’ poster


A victory for Wakandans (and publicists) everywhere! 

Following backlash from fans, Marvel Studios has corrected and re-released the official poster for Avengers: Endgame, the first version of which failed to properly credit Black Panther and Infinity War actress, Danai Gurira. 

Notably, Gurira was the only Black Panther cast member to appear on the poster  — mostly thanks to Thanos — as well as the only Endgame cast member to appear on it without credit. (Yes, even Bradley Cooper and Josh Brolin got credited for their respective roles as Rocket the Raccoon and Thanos the gigantic, purple thumb.) Read more…

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7 theories that explain what ‘Captain Marvel’ means for ‘Avengers: Endgame’


Warning: Spoilers for Captain Marvel and possibly Avengers: Endgame lie ahead.

In the words of Mashable’s own Angie Han, “Well, Thanos is fucked.” 

While it’s clear the demise of Angry Grimace and his population control bullshit is imminent, exactly when, where, and how Captain Marvel and the rest of the Avengers will take him down remains a mystery. 

Luckily, fans have been using evidence from the original comics, Captain Marvel‘s post-credits scenes, past MCU installments, and cast and crew interviews — with just a sprinkling of common sense regarding what Marvel Studios will and won’t do — to piece together what they can before Avengers: Endgame hits theaters April 26.  Read more…

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Revisiting the superhero films of the ’90s


We are currently living in the golden age of superhero movies. Every few months, a new one arrives in theaters and dominates the zeitgeist for a few weeks before hype (or dread) starts to build for the next film.

Captain Marvel, the latest movie in Marvel’s decade-long streak, is the first in the modern era to take us back into the 1990s, a time before caped crusaders took up such a sizable chunk of the movie and television market.

In anticipation of seeing Carol Danvers tear shit up at the end of the 20th century, I went back and revisited a whole bunch of superhero movies from the ‘90s to examine what the world of superheroes looked like before Marvel and DC built up their own interconnected film dynasties. Read more…

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Brie Larson meets tiny Captain Marvel in the most wholesome thing you’ll see today


Brie Larson, the superhero we all need, just made a tiny Captain Marvel fan’s day.

Hitting the blue carpet on Wednesday at the film’s European Gala held at The Curzon Mayfair in London, Larson dazzled in her royal blue gown.

But the film’s star also met a tiny version of her character Carol Danvers at the event, a young female fan dressed up as the superhero herself.

Someone’s had a good night..#CaptainMarvel

— Marvel UK & Ireland (@MarvelUK) February 27, 2019 Read more…

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Fans think Cate Blanchett’s dress looks suspiciously like the Infinity Stones


Oh, you thought the Infinity Stones were accounted for in the powerful, gauntleted hand of Thanos?

Think again — looks like Cate Blanchett has them.

The Thor: Ragnarok star rocked up to the the 72nd British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Sunday.

Blanchett donned a stunning black dress by Scottish designer Christopher Kane, while also sporting a familiar-looking feature. 

Is that you, Infinity Stones?

Is that you, Infinity Stones?

Image: David Fisher/BAFTA/REX/Shutterstock

The centrepiece of the dress was a collection of gem-like pieces, which many fans noted resembled the Infinity Stones accumulated by Thanos in Avengers: Infinity WarRead more…

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NASA gives the Avengers some advice for helping Tony Stark


The last time we saw Tony Stark, he was adrift in space in the Avengers: Endgame trailer, and it didn’t look like survival was likely.

Luckily, the folks at NASA heard about Iron Man’s plight and had some advice to offer for the rest of the Avengers who were still alive on Earth.

Hey @Marvel, we heard about Tony Stark. As we know, the first thing you should do is listen in mission control for “@Avengers, we have a problem.” But if he can’t communicate, then we recommend ground teams use all resources to scan the skies for your missing man

— NASA (@NASA) December 9, 2018 Read more…

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Jake Gyllenhaal will suit up as Mysterio in the next Spider-Man movie


Jake Gyllenhaal, who once almost replaced Tobey Maguire in director Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2, is now going to face off against Tom Holland’s friendly neighborhood wall-crawler.

The Brokeback Mountain star will join the Sony side of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe as the villain Mysterio. He’ll appear in the upcoming sequel to 2016’s Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Gyllenhaal all but confirmed the news in a post on his shiny new Instagram account on Wednesday:

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