Josh Brolin much preferred working on Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame as Thanos than shooting Deadpool 2 as Cable.
'Terminator 2' was the most expensive movie ever when it hit cinemas in 1991. With a new sequel out this week, we look at the most costly productions ever.
Sales of 'Bohemian Rhapsody' outstripped those of previous title holder 'Avengers: Infinity War'.
It’s been a busy and eclectic year at the cinema, including superhero sequels, far away galaxy prequels and one of the most interesting awards seasons in ages. But what films did you spend 2018 excited about? Here’s the list of the flicks Yahoo users spent most time looking for online.The Yahoo Year in Review MethodologyTo develop the Yahoo Year in Review, our editors analyse Yahoo Search queries based on a number of factors, including absolute volume and growth from previous periods, to see which themes and trends bubble to the surface. Individuals and their Search queries always remain anonymous. This list is constructed without navigational searches – i.e. searches where the intention is clearly purely to navigate to a site rather than to discover information.Read moreThe stars we lost in 2018Incredible actor transformationsMost bizarre Disney crossovers
Compared to last year, the summer of 2018 proved to be 16 percent more entertaining with $4.3 billion in ticket sales.
Gwyneth Paltrow may be playing a bigger role in the next Avengers film than first thought.
The "SNL" Emmy nominee speaks for all of us when she asks of the film's ending: "That's how it f*cking ends? Are you f*cking serious right now?"
Disney-Marvel Studios’ “Avengers: Infinity War” has surpassed the $2 billion mark at the global box office in 48 days. Disney made the announcement on Tuesday. The superhero tentpole joins three other films that have crossed the milestone — “Avatar” at $2.79 billion, “Titanic” at $2.19 billion, and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” at $2.07 billion. […]
“And also, I blame Thanos, OK? Jeez, how come he’s not getting any blame?"
The actor confirmed his return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe despite the events of Avengers: Infinity War.
Disney CEO Bob Iger has reportedly told investors that there is a possibility for more Avengers movies to be made.
<strong><em>SPOILER ALERT: This story contains plot details about </em>Avengers: Infinity War.</strong> Last weekend, Disney’s <em>Avengers: Infinity War</em> broke a profit in its theatrical window after just 10 days, a box office triumph uncommon with many rival studio movies, yet increasingly common for the Marvel and Lucasfilm titles. While Disney does not disclose or comment on the profitability of its films, our financial analysts figure that <em>Infinity War </em>by the end of its run stands to make close to…
“Avengers: Infinity War” doesn’t just bring together almost all of the storylines of the Marvel Cinematic Universe over the past 10 years — it also shakes everything up, changing everything we know about the MCU in the process. The story concerns Thanos (Josh Brolin), a massively powerful super-bad guy whose arrival the MCU has been teasing since 2012’s “The Avengers.” Thanos has one big goal: Wipe out half the life in the universe, in order to allow the other half to thrive with abundant resources. It’s kind of a genocidal approach to garden pruning, and all the heroes of the MCU are fighting against it.