Matthew Vaughn, director of the Kingsman series, was also a producer on the 2015 Fantastic Four movie. It was the third terrible film 20th Century Fox made starring those characters and, in a new interview, Vaughn says he'd love to atone for that.
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Today, Netflix finally dropped the first full-length trailer for its upcoming Punisher series and though it was rather light on plot details, it presented a very clear idea of what kind of show we're in for: one presenting Marvel's most dangerous vigilante at his most vicious and deadly, but without Netflix's other Marvel heroes to stop him if he needs to be put down.
In the most technical sense of the word, Secret Empire: Omega is an epilogue to Marvel's controversial Secret Empire event, which turned Captain America into the Supreme Leader of Hydra who murdered thousands in his campaign to create a new, fascistic world order. But Secret Empire: Omega is really something quite different.
There was a point in my life right around the second wave of Disney's Infinity figurines when I became something of a completionist. I'd picked up an action figure or two over the years before, sure, but there was something about the Infinity line's clean, cartoonish depictions of Marvel characters that spoke to me.
As epic as the early footage of Avengers: Infinity War is, it doesn't really tell you all that much about the film's plot. Sure, we know that Thor ends up with the Guardians of the Galaxy and that Black Panther and the Winter Soldier are going to team up, but it remains to be seen just how all the pieces fit together.
When Disney recently announced plans to terminate its streaming arrangements with Netflix and begin its own service in 2019, the specific distribution rights for the Star Wars and Marvel movies were still being considered. Now we know their fate.
Video: Marvel spent something on the order of $100 million filming Thor: Ragnarok, which should give you an idea about why — now that the movie's close to release and we've seen a couple of trailers — everything about the film looks incredible. But how much would it cost to shoot the trailer at home... with cardboard?
Video: By now, you've seen it. That stiff, lifeless red menace that's come to symbolise basically everything there is to be concerned about regarding Marvel and ABC's upcoming Inhumans TV series. I'm talking, of course, about Medusa's hair. Here's the crazy thing, though: In the show's latest trailer? It. Looks. Good.