Owen Wilson has joined the cast of Loki, with various outlets confirming that he will be a major character in the upcoming Disney+ series.
When Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige announced that he was heading south of the equator to attend CCXP in Sao Paulo, there were rumblings of what he would unveil for phase four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When the panel started, the crowd, once again, erupted with an ovation that rivals Hall H — and […]
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Plans for a reboot of Starsky and Hutch on Amazon from Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn have been axed, it has emerged. The director was in line to bring the 70s cops, originally played by David Soul and Paul Michael Glaser, back to TV for the streaming studio, in an announcement made last summer. It follows Disney’s decision to axe the director from the Guardians of the Galaxy series, after details of offensive tweets posted some years ago came to the fore thanks to a far-right activist.
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Winston Duke reprises role as T'Challa's brother M'Baku, strengthening rumours of strong links between 'Black Panther' and 'Avengers: Infinity War.'
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Marvel reveals the full track list which the Guardians will be getting down to on 28 April, including... The Hoff?!
As if hopes were not already high enough for ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,’ audience expectations just went through the roof with the news that the upcoming Marvel sequel got a 100% approval rating from a recent test screening. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news, noting that scores this high are extremely rare from test screenings, and unprecedented for Marvel movies: the previous highest-scorers were ‘Avengers Assemble’ and ‘Iron Man 3,’ which reportedly both scored somewhere over 90%. Naturally, this got fans pretty excited – but returning ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ writer-director James Gunn had a somewhat self-deprecating response to the news.
‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ director James Gunn has revealed the creative process behind deciding to make Groot a pint-sized star in his Marvel sequel. Responding to an article about his own comments saying Baby Groot is not a marketing ploy, Gunn decided to elaborate on Facebook. “When I was first working on the script for ‘Vol. 2’ I was planning on it being years after the first movie and for little Groot to be a grown Groot.
We’ve already had one brief teaser trailer for Marvel’s hotly anticipated ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2’ – now we have a somewhat meatier look at what James Gunn’s sequel has in store.
The one major thorn in the side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has always been that the comic book label-turned-studio does not own the movie rights to a small portion of their best-loved characters. This is question often asked of Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige – and, right now, his answer is definitively negative. Asked by Variety about the likelihood of such a deal between Marvel and Fox, the producer responded, “It’s an impossibility at this juncture.