This decade has welcomed a host of new films, TV shows and music onto the entertainment scene. The Avengers franchise dominated the box office, while television saw hits like Fleabag, Game Of Thrones and the first female Doctor Who in the show’s history. It’s also been a big year for music, with new artists emerging from One Direction to Stomzy.
A break between the studios could mean the superhero would no longer be a member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe – or the Avengers.
Having recently announced that they have taken full control of streaming service Hulu, The Walt Disney Company continues to dominate the entertainment industry. As well as its own famous studios, Disney also owns Lucasfilm, Marvel Studios and 20th Century Fox, so it’s hardly surprising that the media powerhouse amassed almost $60 billion in global revenue last year.
‘Captain Marvel’, Marvel Studios’ first female-fronted superhero movie, launched with an estimated $153 million in the US and $455 million globally. That’s the highest grossing debut for a female-led movie of all time.
Like Ghostbusters and Star Wars before it, the usual band of idiots are coming out of the woodwork to sabotage a film about a powerful woman
Stan Lee created Marvel superheroes for a living, but for many of his fans, he too became a hero.
Featuring nostalgia, A-list stars and a smack in the face for one unlucky old woman.
He says the film industry still has a long way to go when it comes to 'masculinity and homosexuality'.
Brie Larson, the star of Marvel’s first female-led superhero movie, seems to have indicated that “Captain Marvel” has finished shooting.
While the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) has made a significant amount of money at the box office, it clearly has a lot of catching up to do when compared with the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).