There are 23 great films produced to date by the Marvel Cinematic Universe. From the first MCU movie, the Iron Man to the block-buster films like Avengers: Endgame, the world is watching and can’t get enough of these classics. Have you ever wondered how much money Marvel Cinematic Universe films have made over the years? From the first MCU movie to the last I have ranked these films in line with their published earnings since they were featured in Theaters across the world. Their worldwide Box office earnings will blow your mind away. Included also is the budget cost of producing each movie. Have fun, I hope you like what you read here. Enjoy!
It is safe to say that in the past decade, Netflix has created an online entertainment empire. With over 3000 movie titles available in most regions (and new ones being added every day), as well as around 700 Netflix Original series (so not even including the ones they licence from other networks), there is certainly no slowing down for the streaming giant.
Disney+ has been unexpectedly leading the way for Disney with the closure of Disney Parks, learning centres and shops around the world. The online store remains open, but the Disney+ streaming service connects millions of people to Disney's original content. Disney ventured into the streaming business at almost the latest time as a resource to compete against other content services. Disney+ has been modelled around the pure Disney form (unlike Hulu, in which Disney has diverse assets) with the now mammoths in Star Wars, Marvel, and National Geographic and Disney originals. But how will Disney+ be part of the next generation's memory of Disney and will tv shows or movies dictate the playing field?
When I first had ambitions of being an artist several years ago I was advised you could earn money off Youtube! Little did I know you would have to get an insane amount of views to appreciate any real amount of money to make any difference to your life!
You’re sitting in front of your laptop. It’s 2AM, and you’ve just gotten the forty-seventh rejection email from a film festival you entered your short film into. Depressed, you slump and lay your face on the keyboard, questioning why you ever thought you could make a movie.
There's no other feeling like watching a movie that completely moves you. One that either makes you laugh, cry, shout, or leave the cinema (or computer tab) feeling better than when you came.
Just a few days ago, it was announced in the upcoming Disney Pixar film, "Onward", the film will feature a lesbian character --Disney's "first"-- named Spector voiced by Out actress and filmmaker Lena Waithe.
I’ve always thought that DC’s cinematic universe should pull from it's rich cartoon history as they have always performed better in that medium then they have in their comics. Both in animated television and movies they’ve already provided themselves with rich source material to adapt into live action, yet that seems to not have crossed any DC executives mind. However Harley Quinn doesn’t have much in the ways of independence in the cartoon universe, nearly all of her appearances are tied to another major character in the Batman universe, that said she does have plenty of her own story lines in the comics. Today we will be discussing the origins of Harley Quinn and what solo story lines would have been a better jumping off point for the character then Birds of Prey, a team she was never apart of and had very few interactions with...
It’s a familiar sight. You enter the local comic book shop (if you even have a comic book shop) and see the shelves packed full of bland, stupid looking funko pop dolls and done to death recycled trite. Books that sell based on nothing more than name recognition and an endless series of gimmicks. What if Thor was a woman? What if Spiderman was black? What if ice man was gay? Forget telling a compelling story, simply changing the characters demographic data to the trending minority of the week should be more than enough to draw new readers. Right?
Earlier this year, a widespread scandal of lies and false assumptions was whirling around the media/internet with a frenzy, this was the notion that the upcoming film by director Todd Philps "JOKER" depicting the clown prince of crime was a dangerous film and might inspire mass shootings or violence/impersonators of the character depicted in the film.