"Ant-Man and the Wasp" star Evangeline Lilly talks about the challenges of living up to "comic book images of female superhero characters."
Of all the super people that make up Netflix’s Marvel mini-verse, Luke Cage is easily the least vulnerable of all of them. He’s super strong, like Jessica Jones and Danny Rand, but his defining physical trait is his impenetrable skin. You can’t shoot Luke Cage — the bullets just bounce right off him. But Luke is certainly not unkillable. So as we head into the second season of “Luke Cage,” it’s worth looking again at how a bad guy might be able to take Luke out.
Speaking to the Disney-affiliated ABC News, sources at the studio said that the report, which came from movie site Collider, is 'inaccurate'.
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“Luke Cage” Season 2 continues the story of the bulletproof “Hero of Harlem,” picking up shortly after the events of 2017’s “The Defenders,” when he helped his fellow Marvel Netflix heroes defeat The Hand. Here are all the story events and characters that have informed Luke’s journey across three shows, to understand everything that is yet to come in “Luke Cage” Season 2. Luke’s dad and Willis Stryker: Luke Cage was born Carl Lucas, son of Georgia preacher James Lucas.
2018 isn’t even halfway done, and Disney has already crossed the $2 billion mark at the domestic box office thanks to its Marvel — and Pixar — superheroes. Meanwhile, Disney’s two Marvel Studios releases, “Black Panther” and “Avengers: Infinity War,” have both grossed over $650 million in North America.
“Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” marks the fifth movie in the long-running “Jurassic Park” franchise, picking up three years after the events of “Jurassic World.” With a franchise with such a long history — the first movie was released in 1993 — it’s clear that even more sequels are likely in the offing. The answer is yes: you’ll want to hang around even after the last dinosaur roars in the latest “Jurassic World.” The movie contains a post-credits scene that, while short, gives a hint toward where future “Jurassic World” movies might be headed.
Former “Daredevil” showrunner and executive producer, Steven S. DeKnight, is headed back home with a new multi-year overall deal at Netflix. Under the pact, the writer, director and producer DeKnight will create new series and other projects for the streaming service. DeKnight’s relationship with Netflix began with his work on the first season of Neflix and Marvel’s “Daredevil” series.
EXCLUSIVE : David Ayer is squeezing a gritty indie crime thriller in between directing Bright and its sequel. Ayer has begun pre-production on Tax Collector , a crime thriller he wrote and will direct in Los Angeles this summer with Shia LaBeouf and Bobby Soto starring. Cross Creek Pictures is funding the film, which is a co-production between Cross Creek and Cedar Park Entertainment. Latter is led by Ayer and Chris Long, who just made a first look deal with eOne for…
Edgar Wright is following in the footsteps of Martin Scorsese, Jonathan Demme, and more in taking on the rock-doc genre.