The hefty 'Infinity Saga' boxset from Marvel, announced back in October and comprising a total of 23 movies, will feature a host of deleted scenes and alternate endings.
Avengers: Endgame's editor Jeff Ford has opened up about the concluding battle in the film, admitting that a lot of changes were made during its production.
Ben Mendelsohn said 'cooler heads prevailed' in the dispute over Spider-Man's future in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Last week Brie Larson said that there had been a 'passionate' appeal to Marvel boss Kevin Feige to sort out an all-female Marvel movie.
Brie Larson has said that the female members of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have approached studio boss Kevin Feige to make an all-female superhero movie.
Brie Larson’s strongest Avenger, Captain Marvel, returns to the summit of the Official Film Chart this week thanks to its release on DVD and Blu-ray, after shooting into the top spot two weeks ago on digital sales alone. The superhero epic shifted over 231,000 copies and outsold the rest of the Top 10 combined this week as its fellow Marvel Universe title, Avengers Endgame was announced as the highest grossing film of all time at cinemas. Last week’s Number 1, Fisherman’s Friends is forced to third position as Alita: Battle Angel fights its way up the chart at Number 2 on digital downloads only; the most downloaded movie of the week. There’s more superhero action at Number 4 as Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse crawls up a place. This week’s highest new entry goes to creepy horror-thriller Us which enters at Number 5 on digital downloads only. Written and directed by Jordan Peele, who also wrote and directed the Oscar-winning Get Out, the film sees one family’s summer holiday turned on its head when they are confronted by their doppelgängers. At 6, Mary Poppins Returns floats back into the Top 10 as Emily Blunt takes on the task of portraying the famous nanny. Based on a true story, wrestling biopic Fighting With My Family tumbles down to 7; Bohemian Rhapsody stands firm at 8 and How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World floats down to 9. Making a grand re-entrance at Number 10, is 2018 biggest film, The Greatest Showman which has spent 37 weeks on the Official Film Chart to date. Further down the Top 40, Disney’s animated classic The Lion King enters at Number 12 as the new adaptation of the film gets its theatrical release. This week's Official Film Chart online show has a thrilling featurette on the remake of Stephen King’s Pet Sematary, available to Download & Keep from July 29th.
Captain Marvel proves it’s the biggest film of the week as it flies into the Official Film Chart top spot on digital downloads only. Brie Larson’s portrayal of the strongest Avenger proved a big box office hit and now leads its closest competition by nearly 3:1 in its first week of release on digital. As a result, Fighting With My Family loses the championship belt and drops to Number 2. With Toy Story 4 in cinemas, it’s no surprise that the original Toy Story climbs one place to Number 3 with Toy Story 3 at Number 6 and Toy Story 2 at Number 8. Former chart-topper How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World drops to Number 4; Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse jumps four spots to Number 5 following Spider-Man – Far From Home hitting the big screen. There’s another superhero further down the Top 10 as Aquaman splashes in at Number 9, and, finally, the biggest seller of the year so far Bohemian Rhapsody returns to the Top 10 at 10. This week’s Official Film Chart online show features a clip of Jordan Peele’s modern-day horror Us, which is available to Download & Keep from July 15. Following the success of Jordan’s Get Out, Us is another horror-thriller with a big twist and stars Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke.
Captain Marvel star Brie Larson shared her MTV Movie Award last night with her stunt doubles, bringing them on stage with her to pick up the gong for Best Fight.
Both DC and Marvel created legendary comic characters with the same name, and both can be seen in cinemas this spring.
Marvel Studios is about to release a movie starring its 'most powerful character ever,' and it is a woman. Captain Marvel is the comic book studio's first female superhero, and she could be Hollywood's next billion-dollar blockbuster franchise, going toe-to-toe with DC Comics' Wonder Woman.