Avengers: Endgame has just come out, ending the Infinity Saga. The next Marvel movie to look forward to is Spider-Man: Far from Home which will be the official end of Phase 3 in the MCU. But what comes next? What new Marvel movies can we look forward to? Well, that’s what I’m here to share with you. Get excited ’cause we’ve got a lot to be excited for in the future. 🙂
SPOILERS from Endgame AHEAD!
Black Widow-May 2020
If you were disappointed with Black Widow’s involvement in Avengers: Endgame don’t worry, Marvel’s got you covered. Next year the super-assassin-turned-Avenger’s origin story will come to light as Scarlet Johannsson gears up one last time for this highly-anticipated standalone film. While much hasn’t been said about the movie it’s currently underseeing production. Starring alongside Scarlet Johannsson in the film is David Harbour (Hellboy), Rachel Weisz (The Mummy and The Favourite), Florence Pugh (Fighting With My Family), and O-T Fagbenle (The Handmaiden’s Tale). It will also be directed by a female director, Cate Shortland, and written by Ned Benson and Jac Schaeffer. Sounds exciting.
Continue reading The Upcoming MCU Films Coming After ‘Spider-Man: Far from Home’
I’m sure you saw the title of this post and said, “What?! Sonic the Hedgehog has a movie?!” Yes, he’s got a movie that’s coming this November and the first trailer just dropped. And, to be honest, it’s not that bad. Here it is.
First off, love the song choice for the trailer. Secondly, I am LOVING the casting. Jim Carrey as the iconic Dr. Ivo Robotnik is amazing. He’s one of those characters that you recognize instantly and seeing him in this trailer put a massive smile on my face.
Will this movie be good? Probably not. But it definitely looks like a fun film to watch this fall.
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Sterk’s Distrust and Phasma’s Wariness
Poe Dameron walked through the city looking for Admiral Sterk. Sure enough, he found her by a pier, gazing at the moon that glowed brightly in the night sky. He suddenly stopped, dissuading himself from talking to her, but she had already spotted him.
Continue reading The Chosen One: Chapter Fifteen
Christopher Nolan is one of my favorite director/writers in Hollywood. His movies have fascinated me over the years with their bold storytelling, trippy concepts, and dazzling plot twists that have managed to make each of his films that I have seen not only extremely enjoyable but very memorable as well. Now, after watching The Prestige for the first time last week, I’ve decided to write a post ranking all of the Christopher Nolan films that I have seen so far. Enjoy!
7. The Dark Knight Rises
I love The Dark Knight trilogy. They are easily some of the best superhero movies ever made with complex storylines and fascinating characters played by brilliant actors. Unfortunately, The Dark Knight Rises was a bit too eloquent for its own good. With a two hour and forty-four-minute runtime, this film drags along, slowly building up to a mediocre final confrontation between the good guys versus the bad guys. While the movie is still better than most films it’s nowhere near as good as its two predecessors or the other Christopher Nolan movies. Hence, it’s my least favorite.
Continue reading Ranking All of the Christopher Nolan Movies I’ve Seen; from least Favorite to Favorite
Avengers: Endgame was expected to shatter box-office records and to potentially make a billion dollars in its opening weekend. It ended up making more than that with $1.2 billion! dollars, absolutely devastating any box-office records in the past.
Infinity War barely managed to surpass The Force Awakens‘s record with $257.7 million dollars in its opening weekend but Endgame DESTROYED that by making $350 million dollars this past weekend. And overseas in China, it made $330.5 million in its opening weekend, barreling past its past box-office records.
Avengers: Endgame, in one weekend, has made more money than nearly every single Harry Potter film, excluding Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 which it will probably exceed in the next couple of days. It’s made more money than The Dark Knight trilogy, nearly every Star Wars movie except for The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi. Basically, Avengers: Endgame has made more money than most movies have ever made in a single weekend!
The question is, can this momentum continue and lead Avengers: Endgame to FINALLY dethroning Avatar? We’ll have to wait and see. 🙂
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a spectacular day.