Just a couple of months ago (yeah, it was that recently), “Black Panther” was obliterating the box office. News of a sequel hit the internet, to a chorus of “Wakanda Forever.”
“Black Panther” and “Avengers: Infinity War” have dominated theatres around the world. Now Marvel is branching out its comics division on a global scale.
Give me a T-H-A-N-O-S! What does that spell?
The hype of Infinity War is becoming a reality.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige confirmed to Entertainment Weekly in an interview published Friday that ― SHOCK! ― a “Black Panther” sequel is certain.
The numbers indicate moviegoers might agree.
The king of Wakanda roared into theaters.
The team is back in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 which is probably one of the most anticipated movies of 2017.
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Visually, Guardians of the Galaxy is a stunner. Colours positively burst from the screen as if from a Pixar movie. The rather saturated Captain America Winter Soldier is positively bland and lifeless compared to the astonishingly vibrant world brought to life in Guardians.