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Honor Blackman, the British actress who played the Bond girl Pussy Galore in “Goldfinger,” has died. She was 94.
With over $2 billion and counting, ‘Avengers: Endgame’ inches closer to ‘Avatar’s’ all-time global record.
“Avengers: Endgame” has shattered the record for biggest opening weekend with an estimated $350 million in domestic ticket sales and $1.2 billion globally.
Faster than the Milano on its way to Xandar with Korath the Pursuer hot on its trail, “Avengers: Endgame” took in a domestic record of $60 million in Thursday night preview shows, setting the picture up for what many predict will be an all-time high opening this weekend.
The good news: The latest installment in the popular Marvel Comics Cinematic Universe opens today: “Avengers: Endgame.” The bad news: It’s long—very long. Which could pose a problem to those of us who do not have superpowered bladders.
The journey that began in “Iron Man” culminates this weekend with “Avengers: Endgame.” To celebrate the “Endgame,” take a ride with Thor and Mjolnir (his magic hammer) on a journey through the best and not-so-great moments of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
If many of us have grown up with the MCU, the films themselves have also grown more complex, like a fine wine.
Thirteen summers ago, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige was asked during a relatively small Comic-Con panel whether he could ever see his company’s characters interacting on screen. “Who knows?” Feige teased. “This is a big new experiment for Marvel. But it’s no coincidence that we have the rights to Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Cap” – and right then, before he could finish, he was interrupted by the volume of audience glee and hopeful extrapolation.
Chris Evans has wrapped his final performance as Captain America.
Deadpool and his foul-mouthed crew of misfits and malcontents have taken down the Avengers.
Based on a recent “whimsical by design” analysis, Northeastern University engineering professor Steven Cranford calculated that Thanos is powerful enough to dead lift the RMS Titanic.
“Avengers: Infinity War” easily retained the No. 1 spot at the domestic box office for a third straight weekend, adding $61.8 million in ticket sales. What’s more, the Disney/Marvel film launched to more than $200 million in China, giving it a global haul of more than $343 million over the weekend.
After breaking opening weekend records, “Avengers: Infinity War” continued to dominate in its second weekend in theaters, but alternative programming like the romantic comedy “Overboard” also found an audience in what has historically been considered the “official” kick-off to the summer movie season.
A whole lot of superheroes added up to a whole lot of ticket sales. The superhero smorgasbord “Avengers: Infinity Wars” opened with predictable shock-and-awe, earning $250 million in box office over the weekend and edging past “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” to set the highest opening weekend of all-time.
“Infinity War” is a very dark film about loss and grief, following our group of superheroes through the traumas and violence they’ve endured. Don’t worry though, there’s still a healthy amount of easy humor threaded throughout (one of the hallmarks of the Marvel superhero films, where the heroes crack wise as much as they crack heads).
Avengers star Mark Ruffalo said Thursday that his dual roles as Dr. Bruce Banner and the Hulk in the upcoming “Avengers: Infinity War” cleverly reflects the duality of anger.
When Cate Blanchett, as Hela the Goddess of Death, strides through the treasure storehouse of her father, Odin in “Thor: Ragnarok,” she casts her eye about. One by one, the film’s black-antlered villainess assesses the artifacts – which include the highly sought-after blue “infinity stone” – with a series of blunt dismissals: “Fake!” “Weak!” “Smaller than I thought it would be!”
Whether inadvertently or intentionally, Chris Pine and his tongue-in-cheek ‘Saturday Night Live’ monologue once again highlighted Hollywood’s diversity problem, particularly when it comes to big-budget superhero movies.
Nigerian militants said they have blown up another crude pipeline owned by Italian oil company Agip.