MCU Spider-Man…no more (updated)

So…here’s a thing that happened, Spider-Man is (potentially) no longer a part of the overall Marvel Cinematic Universe. Just in case you didn’t know, Spider-Man was basically on loan to Marvel and Disney from Sony Pictures. Spider-Man could appear in Marvel films, but there was basically some type of split between the profits of the […]

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The DCEU to be split in two…

It’s hard being a fan of DC movies nowadays. It shouldn’t be that big of a deal to say that you’re a fan of a certain movie. Honestly, I shouldn’t have to defend the fact that I think Batman v Superman (director’s cut) is an amazing film that finally let me see Batman and Superman […]

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Real talk

I was going to talk about the fact that actress Brie Larson clarified her comments made to Marie Claire UK. I won’t go into it, but I will provide a link to the article and the new interview in question with Kevin McCarthy of Fox News 5 below.   You may have noticed that Kevin […]

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not so Marvelous

There is a huge blow up in the MCU fandom right now over comments from Captain Marvel star Brie Larson. In an interview with Marie Claire UK (February 7th), Ms. Larson is interviewed by journalist Keah Brown, a journalist that seems more concerned with her readers knowing that she has cerebral palsy. The interview in […]

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Captain America and Adaptability

So I think we’re all fans of what Disney and Marvel studios have done with movies nowadays, right? While I really hope the lesson movie studios would unlearn from the MCU is that everything has to be part of a cinematic universe, you can’t deny both their popularity and their contribution to the film industry. […]

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