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Doctor Strange is one of those Marvel properties that’s been around for decades. He’s a character that fans of the comics can remember popping up all over the place in cameos. I think the first time I saw him was…
Hey there! You like the Marvel Comics movies? You do?! Awesome! I do too! You like the colorful, inspiring heroes? Me too! You like the frenetic action choreography? Me too! You like the seat-rattling CGI spectacle? Me too! You like…
Rogue One takes a different approach, and is both a prequel and an interquel, taking place between Episodes III and IV (immediately before Episode IV, as it eventually turns out) and details how the Rebellion managed to get hold of the Death Star plans that served as the MacGuffin of the original film.
December is the time of the year that brings yule tidings, whatever the hell those are, along with the studio's most family-friendliest blockbusters and their most Oscar-batiest of awards contenders. The release of another Star Wars film is imminent and looms large over this month's releases, but there are still plenty of other films vying for your hard-earned ticket dollars this December.
Considering their earlier efforts to downplay or explain away any and all “supernatural” characters and occurrences in the MCU as simply “aliens” or “really advanced science”, I do get the impression that Marvel made this movie less because they wanted to than because the fans wanted them to.
"Hannibal" fans are being called on to save their favorite show from cancellation, and HNTP has an elegant idea how to show your support for the series and get some serious media attention at the same time.