In September, Avengers 4 directors Joe and Anthony Russo tweeted a mysterious image that was apparently from the set of the still-mysterious superhero sequel, asking fans to “look hard” for clues. On Friday, the Russos announced that they had completed production on the still-untitled Avengers 4, commemorating the event with another cryptic image. This time around, though, there’s not much for us to examine, just a single blue light: The Hollywood Reporter says that the hot theory is that the single light means that a single hero will die in the movie, and while we’re pretty sure Captain America’s going to get killed in Avengers 4, that seems like a bit of a reach. It could just be a random light from the set, like when you want to respond to somebody’s Snapchat but you don’t have anything fun to take a picture of so you just zoom in on a wall or a table (or a light on the set of Avengers 4). That theory is boring, though, so we still … [Read more...] about is done, and the Russo brothers have shared another cryptic image
Fans of Marvel’s superheroes, sick and tired of never having any Marvel superhero movies to watch, are eagerly anticipating the next Avengers. Desperate for any clues as to what’s next after this year’s Infinity War ended on a big old cliffhanger, they’ve now been given something huge to look into: a photo of an empty room with some construction equipment in it tweeted by directors Joe and Anthony Russo. Urged to “look hard,” the internet has set itself to the task of decrypting this tantalizing image. Normal eyes may see only ladders and chairs and partially constructed sets, but the x-ray vision of Marvel diehards are able to discern much more. For instance, that ladder near the center of the shot? Why, friends, that’s a capital “A”—and we all know what “A” stands for. So, sure, that makes enough sense. But, considering we can safely predict at least 27 more Avengers movies in the years to come, simply finding a … [Read more...] about The Russos tweet a cryptic image that definitely reveals everything about the next
Fresh off the finger-snapping fun of Avengers: Infinity War—and even as they’re deep into post-production work on the still-untitled Avengers 4—brothers Joe and Anthony Russo are revving up their next big project. Amazon announced today that it was teaming up with the pair—who got their start in TV, back before they made the move to billion-dollar movie franchises—for some kind of extremely mysterious-sounding “global television franchise.” We’ll be honest: We have no frickin’ clue what this thing is all about, but it sounds aggressively ambitious; hell, the press release for the announcement uses the word “layered” in two separate paragraphs. Amazon’s keeping extremely quiet about the plot or logline for the project, but did reveal that there’ll be some sort of “fire-starter” mothership series for the whole affair, which will then bud out to a number of local language shows, all of which … [Read more...] about The Russo brothers are plotting some sort of mysterious, hyper-ambitious “global television franchise”
It’s perhaps the rule of the universe, at least this galaxy – if you set your expectations up too high for anything, the odds are that you might be left under-whelmed or so overwhelmed, in this case, that you stare at the screen wordlessly for a good long while and then – “Sigh!”. Ten years of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe (MCU) set us up for this. The Infinity War. Never before have so many listicles/trivia pieces cropped up about one movie – What’s the right order to watch the MCU flicks? What are the infinity stones and where are they? Who are the Avengers you’ll see in this one? What is the exact MCU timeline? We wanted to know and we were invested. After skirting around spoilers for a while, when Avengers: Infinity War hits you – it doesn’t just do that. It smashes into your face like Hulk taking a punch from Thanos and slams you into your seat. And that’s five minutes into the movie. You are now prepared to … [Read more...] about Infinity War review: I don’t know what I feel about the movie and that’s a problem
(Image Courtesy: BossLogic) We were blown away by the Venom trailer and frankly, while we wait for Avengers 4 (that’s coming next year) and while our time away with Ant-Man and the Wasp and the much-awaited Deadpool 2, Tom Hardy’s latest offering is right up our alley. In case you have not seen the trailer, here - While Venom IS a part of the Marvel comic-verse, Avengers: Infinity War director Joe Russo has confirmed that the character has nothing to do with Marvel’s cinematic universe or the MCU. But, why is that? To put it simply, it is a Sony property as Russo said. But let’s break it down a little. Sony owned Spiderman till Disney took over and rebooted the franchise (for a second time) to make Spider-man: Homecoming with Tom Holland. This rebooted Spider-man, a second edition, was first seen in Captain America: Civil War when Tony Stark recruited Peter Parker. In the MCU timeline, Spider-man: Homecoming happens in 2016 following the Civil War in 2015. The … [Read more...] about Venom is not a part of the MCU, sorry Tom Hardy!