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Tag: Marvel Cinematic Universe
March 9, 2019
November 8, 2018
And all of the Emmy awards go to…
October 24, 2018
Although cancelled, Iron Fist‘s most recent season is still available, and it’s a definite improvement on season one. I would not allow myself to start the next season of Daredevil until I finished this. Now that I have, you can expect a review of the third season of Daredevil in the next few weeks.
July 27, 2018
Variety has more details, but the short version is that the film rights to X-Men, Fantastic Four, and their related characters now go to Disney (who owns Marvel comics). The price tag? Just $71.3 Billion. No big deal.
Let the wild speculation begin! Doctor Doom as the next “Big Bad?” Magneto? Galactus?
Personally, I’m just holding out for a Firefly/Serenity ride at Disneyland (“Oh God, oh God, We’re All Gonna Die: The Ride”). Fingers crossed.
December 6, 2017
Marvel’s latest Netflix series went live on November 17, headlining the Marvel hero I dislike the most. There is no character that has ever had his or her own ongoing title by Marvel that I am less interested in reading about than The Punisher, and that’s including characters like US 1, the trucker who picks up CB radio signals through a metal plate in his skull. Is the series worth checking out?
November 3, 2017
I was fortunate enough to have a chance to sneak out to catch Thor: Ragnarok last night. I am going to have to agree with the others and endorse the Norse.
May 25, 2017
Got some new stuff to show off/discuss:
- Cars 3
- Despicable Me 3
- Game of Thrones, Season 7
- The Mummy (2017)
- Spider-Man: Homecoming
- Transformers: The Last Knight
- Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
- War for the Planet of the Apes
January 6, 2017
The final box office tallies are in for 2016, and Disney made six of the top ten grossing films of the year. Of course, it helps to have Pixar, Star Wars, and Marvel in your inventory. Disney’s performance this past year is the first time a movie studio broke $1 billion in ticket sales.
- Finding Dory ($486 million)
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story ($451 million)
- Captain America: Civil War ($408 million)
- The Secret Life of Pets ($368 million)
- The Jungle Book ($364 million)
- Deadpool ($363 million)
- Zootopia ($341 million)
- Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice ($330 million)
- Suicide Squad ($325 million)
- Doctor Strange ($230 million)
November 4, 2016
Short version: expect to enjoy it if you’ve enjoyed Marvel’s other films. Stay for extra scenes both during and after the credits.
July 25, 2016