Movie News Editor's Picks tagged Comic-book

  • Alicia Silverstone says she would love to play Batgirl again

    The former Batgirl recollects about playing the heroine…

    With all the comic-book movies that we are being treated to, perhaps one in recent times stands out as a “what-not-to-do” blueprint and paved the way for a more serious approach to the genre. That film, as you may have guessed, was 1997’s Batman and Robin, the mega-budgeted blockbuster that failed miserably and set the Batman…
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  • Kirsten Dunst talks Spider-Man; says "everyone likes" their version of the superhero

    With the impending release of Spider-Man: Homecoming getting closer and closer, many have begun to reminisce about Spider-Men past. Some fans enjoy the Sam Raimi trilogy of films more than any others, while others have said that the Andrew Garfield/Marc Webb duo of films were much more fitting to the character.

    Well one former Spidey alum has had her say on the history and indeed future of…
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  • Kingsman: The Golden Circle - Trailer

    When their headquarters are destroyed and the world is held hostage, the Kingsman’s journey leads them to the discovery of an allied spy organization in the US. These two elite secret organizations must band together to defeat a common enemy.
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  • Jeff Bridges on how he helped re-write Iron Man

    Remember back in 2008 when Marvel was just starting out and their expanded cinematic universe was just a glint in producer Kevin Feige’s eye? That year, the first Iron Man film was released and while it was considered a bit of a risk at the time (not just the film but the casting of post-controversy Robert Downey Jnr) but they needn’t have worried: the film was a smash, grossing over…
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Movie News tagged Comic-book

  • First Look at evil Captain America in his new Hydra costume

    Last year, the author of Marvel’s Captain America comic, Nick Spencer, was sent death threats on Twitter, after revealing that Steve Rogers is in fact a Hydra Agent, and now we have our first look at the character in his new Hydra costume.
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    Marvel has been quick to jump on the SJW band wagon and cave in to the demands of a small minority. Their sales are hurting as a result. Being PC doesn't sell and it's not attractive. To then take (one of) the most iconic characters and do this shows a lack of understanding of the who their customers are. Saying "be patient" may indicate a more appropriate story ending for the iconic character, but considering their recent history, it could indicate that they are merely caving in to sales pressures to create an ending more in keeping with what their customers want. Their actions and stories of late make it too difficult to tell what their true motivation is (other than, of course, money). I'm tired of the social activism. I get too much of it with politics and every news agency (both left & right). I don't want it fed to me with my entertainment as well.
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  • Man suing his date for using phone during Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2; James Gunn agrees

    Did you hear the story of the guy who sued his date after she whipped her phone out during a cinema visit to watch Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2? Well, you have now.

    A report on the American Statesman reveals that the story comes from Austin, Texas where 37-year-old Brandon Vezmar says that the woman who he took on the date to the cinema was on her phone “at least 10-20 times in 15 minutes…
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    That's one bald-headed foo i'd never date!
    Valinda
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  • Alicia Silverstone says she would love to play Batgirl again

    The former Batgirl recollects about playing the heroine…

    With all the comic-book movies that we are being treated to, perhaps one in recent times stands out as a “what-not-to-do” blueprint and paved the way for a more serious approach to the genre. That film, as you may have guessed, was 1997’s Batman and Robin, the mega-budgeted blockbuster that failed miserably and set the Batman…
    Read More »

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  • Kirsten Dunst talks Spider-Man; says "everyone likes" their version of the superhero

    With the impending release of Spider-Man: Homecoming getting closer and closer, many have begun to reminisce about Spider-Men past. Some fans enjoy the Sam Raimi trilogy of films more than any others, while others have said that the Andrew Garfield/Marc Webb duo of films were much more fitting to the character.

    Well one former Spidey alum has had her say on the history and indeed future of…
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