Avengers: Endgame is close to coming out and that means other properties within the Marvel Cinematic Universe are starting to ramp up production. The Black Widow movie is building its cast with three actors set to co-star alongside Scarlet Johansson.
Florence Pugh, who is hot off the heels of starring in the critically-acclaimed film, Fighting With My Family, is set to play the “moral opposite” of Johansson’s Black Widow while David Harbour and Rachel Weisz are playing undisclosed roles in the movie.
Two years ago my blog had only been around for a total of four months. At that time I didn’t write very often but one thing I definitely was going to write was my excitement for The Last Jedi teaser.
In just one week us Star Wars fans will get the chance to finally see legitimate footage of Episode IX and we’ll finally get to learn what the dang movie is going to be called. That’s a very exciting thought indeed.
So, in preparation for this weekly countdown, here’s a look back at my excitement when teaser for The Last Jedi dropped. Enjoy! 🙂
It has been almost a year and a half since The Force Awakens came out in the movies. Since its debut I have been so ready to find out what’s going on in this next installment. Last year we were introduced to the first anthology film in Star Wars which was Rogue One. Yes it was a fantastic movie and yes it is now my favorite Star Wars movie of all time (even now it’s still my favorite Star Wars movie) but it is nothing compared to my excitement for The Last Jedi. Well, the teaser, after this eternal wait is finally here. Enjoy!
From The Avengers to Avengers: Endgame Bruce Banner has had many internal problems with his monstrous alter-ego, The Hulk. In The Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron he was struggling with being perceived as a hero instead of simply a destructive freak. In Avengers: Infinity War and now Avengers: Endgame he’s struggling to return to being The Hulk, which seems kind of hilarious considering how long he wanted to stay away from being his alter-ego.
These posters throughout the Avengers films are kind of a story in itself as it shows the evolution of the character. So, on that note, here are the posters.
There were actually two character posters for Bruce Banner/The Hulk but I found this one to be far cooler. I love that it highlights Bruce Banner in his regular form as the scientist and as his superhero alter-ego, The Hulk. I mean, I love it. The partially green face, the green eyes, it’s all really cool looking.
This poster highlights his internal struggle with being Bruce Banner and controlling the green man within.