The coming of the New Year is seen as an opportunity to turn over a new leaf for those looking for a fresh start. What better way to celebrate the new dawn than by talking about superhero reboots!
Marvel Comics and DC Comics dominate both the comicbook shelves and the arenas of film and television these days, but there are many non-Marvel and DC comics out there that have had lasting impact and influence on pop culture.
Welcome back, True Believers! In our last movie trailer article we took a gander at rankings 7 through 12 of our top superhero trailers. This time we’re taking on the best of the best with our top 6.
There have been a lot of superhero movies over the years, and even more superhero movie trailers! We decided to take a look at our top twelve totally terrific trailers of the superhero genre. Without further ado, here’s the first half of our list, starting from number 12.
Did you know there are superhero Christmas movies? That’s right, there’s even enough to make a list!
The original script for Avengers: Endgame has been making the rounds online ahead of awards season. Inside the pulse pounding pile of pages are a number of scenes that didn’t make the cut, including one that involved Doctor Strange’s villain from the dark dimension.
As 2020 approaches, fans look forward to Phase 4 of the MCU, which will be an unprecedented combination of six theatrically released films and seven to eight episodic television series on Disney+, as of right now.
Last year, we saw the impact our beloved Stan Lee had on the world in many ways. One such way was the fact that Stan topped the list of Google searches in 2018.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles first appeared in May 1984 in a self-published comicbook by independent creators Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird. Their creation spawned a wildly popular children’s animated series, toy line, film franchise, and video games.
Michael Chabon wrote the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay almost 20 years ago. Now, the beloved book is finally getting a live-action adaptation on the small screen.