Entertainment Weekly has let loose 15 new covers ahead of the April release for Avengers: Infinity War and you can see a lot of amazing details on our favorite heroes new suits of armor. Of them, the most surprising is Iron Man's new look in the Bleeding Edge armor. You can take a look at the massive amount of heroes assembled from Marvel films throughout the years as well as an interview with Robert Downey Jr on the EW website here. Avengers: Infinity War debuts April 27th, 2018.
It was no secret that the month of May was jam packed full of major studio releases, with Avenger: Infinity War, Deadpoool 2, and Solo all releasing within a matter of weeks of one another but it looks like Disney has made the right move with the latest Marvel film. It was announced today that the new release date for Infinity Wars has been moved up to April 27th, giving it one more full week for a box office run. This makes sense as Sueprhero films are also famously known to drop heavily in the following weeks after opening weekend (with exception of the historic box office run Black Panther is enjoying right now). All in all, the move if great, not just for the studio but for fans as well who are dying to see what might be the most dramatic and action packed Marvel film yet. So now we are just a little over 7 weeks away until what will be another of 2018's biggest releases. Are you excited for this move?
Can't wait for Deadpool 2? Well there's a brand new trailer to hold you over until it's 5/18 release date! Also, keep an eye out for some surprising new faces as well as a lot of jokes and some major DC shade.
It's almost insane to think about the amount of comic book films we have coming in the next few months but Sony's horror flick is getting it's rightful debut this October. Take a look at the first official poster for Venom starring Tom Hardy and be ready for the first official trailer debut to hit the internet tomorrow.
Out of the many Disney releases slated or 2018, one that's flying just under the radar has finally given us a first glimpse at our suited up heroes. Antman and the Wasp, Marvel's July blockbuster, will see both Scott and Hope side by side this time in their respective costumes. The first film directed by Peyton Reed in 2015 served as both an origin story for both characters, with the last appearance of Antman in Captain America: Civil War and since we've known for a long time that both characters were going to appear in the Inifity War, it will be interesting to see who they're up against. The first film was also one of the funniest Marvel has done thus far and I have no doubt in my mind the sequel will be packed with just as many actions and laughs. You can read here to learn a bit more about the film and get excited for it's release July 6th, 2018.
Let's break this down. Deadpool 2 has now been moved up from it's release date of June 1st to May 18th, which generally wouldn't be a bad thing if the R-rated comic film wasn't between Avengers 4 May 3rd release and Disney's Han Solo, scheduled to be released May 25th. While comic book films are known for having massive box office drops in their second week, this many big blockbuster films is bound to step on each others feet. On the other hand, the budget for Deadpool's sequel was said to not be "astronomically larger" than the first, meaning that even with their box office run cut at the ankles, they will probably still turn a nice profit. With all of this comes the news now that the Han Solo movie's release date could change, which might be ok considering we are due for our first teaser trailer (allegedly) this coming Monday. As for Channing Tatum's long time plagued Gambit solo film, not only has it lost it's director in Gore Verbinski but it was also pushed back to 2019. (Note: Verbinski is the third director to leave the film following both Doug Liman and Rupert Wyatt). The teen horror film New Mutants has moved from April to February 22nd of 2019, which is insane considering the film appeared to be done and would likely move into promotion phase soon. The other flip side is that Deadpool's release before Memorial Day weekend will likely result in a pretty nice box office run even if only for a few weeks before the release of other summer blockbusters like the Jurassic World sequel.
After a brief hiatus, I am back and ready to kick off the New Year! Expect lots of fun changes in the upcoming weeks and a promise to more fun reads, stories, and content! If you've been here for awhile, thanks for sticking around!
Great news for Hulu fans! Two of the streaming giants better original shows that debuted last year have been officially renewed for their second season. Marvel's teen mystery, Runaway's as well as the fantastically hilarious Future Man, are both getting a season 2 and I can vouch for both series as being loads of fun. Marvel's Runaway follows a group of teens as they try to discover the mystery their parents are hiding from them and the secret organization they are running, Pride. Future Man follows lead actor Josh Hutcherson as Josh who beats the final level of a video game whose characters suddenly appear in front of him and tell him that he is the true savior. The series are both really fun and Future Man was one of the best shows I watched in 2017. Get excited and binge these series if you get a chance!
It's been a long time coming but the wait is almost over! It looks like we will be getting the official teaser trailer for the upcoming 2018 Marvel film, Avengers: Infinity War tomorrow morning during the Good Morning America broadcast. Whats more, it sounds like the trailer will be different from the SDCC footage shown to attendees earlier in the year as well, so they're in for a treat too. If you haven't been keeping up, various Marvel stars and publications including Vanity Fair, have published new photos of the Marvel heroes in costume, you can click this link for some reactions. Get excited for all the news tomorrow!
(Blogger update) Sorry for the lack of post, I spent the holiday with family and ended up getting very very sick so I haven't had the energy to do a thing but I'm back to it now and we will keep the ball rolling!
True to Reynolds fashion, we have the first very awkward and kind of hilarious teaser for 2018's Deadpool trailer and I'm sure it's going to be all over the internet for the next 24 hours. Take a look at the brand new teaser and keep an eye out for some returning heroes, a short shot of Cable, and what might be the central villain of the film. Deadpool 2 is due out next summer on June 1st, 2018.
Thor:Ragnarok took a lot of creative risks and it seemed to pay off big time. Thor opened the weekend with the 4th biggest opening weekend this year with a whopping 121 million for Marvel studios. If that isn't impressive, it the 17th consecutive number 1 for the MCU, which isn't much of a surprise but Superhero movies have certainly not lost their appeal. Thor: Ragnarok was easily one of Marvel most fun films currently with a 93% rating on rotten tomatoes and an A on cinemascore, it's definitely the movie to check out in theaters right now. It will most likely hold strong next weekend too, up until the release of DC's second film of 2017, the highly anticipated Justice League, which is sure to cut into Thor box office but, seeing as the movie has been fairly successful overseas, the God of Thunder shouldn't have much to worry about. Make sure you see Marvel's latest and look out for Marvel's next film, Black Panther, next February.