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Why 'The Marvels' Is Actually One Of The Most Important Films Of Phase 5
Things aren't looking good for The Marvels. Following a lower than expected opening weekend, it has continued to struggle at the box office, and seems to be well on the way to becoming the MCU's first flop. There are a few reasons why this may have occurred. For one thing, the film's promotion took a hit due to the SAG strike, which left cast members unable to hit the Talk Show circuit or do any other promotional appearances until after the film was already in theatres.
The Origins of Underrated Comics: "Darkchylde"
Since it was October and the spooky season is over, why not do a creepy monstrous comic origin to end it? Well with this comic origin it's far from your usual monsters like vampires, zombies, and werewolves etc. No, this beautiful but deadly creature is far from what anyone would expect in a monster of death. I hope you all will enjoy reading this and be interested in the comic yourself. Here is the origin of "DARKCHYLDE"...
Ranking Superhero Movies
Many movies were watched this year, even among one of the biggest strikes in entertainment industry history. That said not all of them did well at the box office. We know by now that box office numbers mean absolutely nothing to me and they are no indication of quality. We also know that I am the indication of quality for superhero movies so here we go we are ranking the superhero movies of 2023 from worst to best.
The Marvels (A Film Review
WARNING: contains minor spoilers for The Marvels (2023) Cast: Brie Larson, Teyonah Parris, Iman Vellani, Samuel L. Jackson, Zawe Ashton, Gary Lewis, Park Seo-joon, Zenobia Shroff, Mohan Kapur, Saagar Shaikh
3 Possible Storylines For 'Thor 5'
A fifth Thor film is reported to be in development at Marvel Studios, extending the God of Thunder's already existing record as the Marvel hero to star in the most solo adventures. Taika Waititi, who directed the third and fourth instalments, Thor: Ragnarok and Thor: Love and Thunder, is not expected to return as Director, but may still reprise his role as Thor's Kronan ally, Korg. The news of another film is not surprising, considering that Love and Thunder's post-credits sequences offer not one, but two teasers towards potential future instalments.
Is The Marvels a Subversive Film?
We have different definitions of a man, Bishop! The scathing reviews and 'I-told-you-so-s' regarding the new The Marvels reminded me of a video that circulated on social media a little while ago. It’s a clip from an hour-long Father’s Day sermon from author/speaker/Bishop T.D. Jakes.
The Trailer for the Live-Action Avatar: The Last Airbender Is Officially Here
In some past chats, I’ve chatted about cool TV shows, and you can find those links at the end of this post. But today, let’s get into the live-action adaptation we’ve all been hyped up about — Netflix’s Avatar: The Last Airbender.
From Hero To Villain: Loki's Redemption In The MCU
Loki in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Fans of the MCU for the past 14 years have been treated to the delightful depiction of the Norse God Of Mischief, Loki of Asgard. To say that Tom Hiddleston did a phenomenal job bringing Loki to life is an understatement. Not only has Loki been an intriguing character and entertaining to watch, but Hiddleston took ownership of the role in a way that makes him as irreplaceable as other MCU talents such as RDJ, Chris Evans, and the late Chadwick Boseman.
The Marvels Review
The Marvels is finally out. This is something that I have been waiting for a while now as the release date was delayed. There is always hate on the internet but I am very happy to say that haters on the internet are very very wrong. This movie was fun and sweet and the most like phase 1 & 2.
WHY THE MARVELS WILL FAIL?
Hey there, geeks, and welcome back to Feta Geek News, the channel where we leap tall plotlines in a single bound and navigate the multiverse of fandoms with the grace of a web-slinging wonder! Today, we're navigating the stormy skies of the MCU to talk about ‘The Marvels’ and why this superhero landing might be a little... rougher than expected. Don't worry, though; we're all about the love of the game here, so let's keep it friendly and fun as we unravel this caped conundrum!
Self-Awareness: The Backbone of the MCU
Even as a fan of the Marvel Universe, sometimes it’s difficult not to feel as though we’re being completely inundated with new projects, movies and shows. Since the start of the pandemic alone, Marvel has released more than ten blockbuster movies — and that’s without even mentioning their burgeoning world of new TV shows. From Loki and Wandavision to Hawkeye and the increasingly notorious She Hulk: Attorney At Law, Marvel fans have had a lot to keep up with in recent months.
Max Fleischer's SUPERMAN
I watched all seventeen short episodes of Max Fleischer's excellent, excellent "Superman" series from the early Forties, from start to finish. They were great, well-animated, slam-bang actioners the lot of them, and, although there was little plot to get in the way of the derring-do, they were all that much more a visceral bang of enjoyment, an old-fashioned childlike pulp fiction, comic book dive into all-American costumed hero mythology.