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‘Captain Marvel’ Character Posters Feature Captain Marvel’s Cat! (And Some Other People)

Every single dang character in Captain Marvel now has their own fancy character poster – including Captain Marvel’s cat, Goose. This is the first pet character poster in Marvel Cinematic Universe history, thus making this a momentous day for cinema. Also on display: young Nick Fury, young Agent Coulson, badly photoshopped Jude Law, and of course, Captain Marvel herself. See the Captain Marvel character posters below, and familiarize yourself with everyone human, alien, and feline. I know wha...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Jackson, Air Force, Poster, Jude-Law, Ben Mendelsohn, Marvel Studios, Samuel-L-Jackson, Lee Pace, NICK, Carol, Carol Danvers, U S Air Force, Danvers, Ronan


‘Glass’: M. Night Shyamalan pieces together an effective creepshow

It’s a doom-soaked enterprise in which “Unbreakable” stars Samuel L. Jackson and Bruce Willis are teamed up with James McAvoy of "Split." Rating: 2.5 stars out of 4.
Tags: Movies, News, James McAvoy, Samuel L Jackson, Bruce Willis


Glass Review

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Tags: Movies, David, Movie Reviews, Philadelphia, James McAvoy, Sarah Paulson, Samuel L Jackson, David Dunn, Bruce Willis, Joseph, Clark, Dunn, Willis, Elijah, Shyamalan, Ellie


‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Trailer: Peter Parker Seems to Be Feeling Just Fine

It’s been a week full of Marvel Studios mania. The week kicked off with a new trailer for Captain Marvel and it wrapped up with the mysterious teaser for Avengers: Endgame. However, let’s not forget that there are three movies coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe next year, and the first trailer for the third and final one has been released. Spider-Man: Far From Home has Peter Parker (Tom Holland) getting back to heroics, but the question is whether or not this movie takes place before the e...
Tags: Movies, New York City, Spider-Man, Jake-Gyllenhaal, Sequels, Sony, Movie Trailers, Marvel Studios, Michael Keaton, Samuel L Jackson, Cobie Smulders, Tom Holland, Spidey, Peter Parker, Steve Ditko, Nick Fury


‘Glass’ Clips Reveal Secrets Behind M. Night Shyamalan’s New Thriller

Glass smashes into theaters next week, and if you’re still looking forward to the M. Night Shyamalan film (despite mostly-negative early reviews), there’s a while bundle of Glass clips awaiting you below. First, take a look inside the film with a behind-the-scenes featurette. Then, watch a clip from the film in which Mr. Glass meets one of Kevin Wendell Crumb’s personalities. Finally, watch Shyamalan break down one of the pivotal scenes from the movie. I’ve already seen Glass, and…I did not ...
Tags: Movies, Glass, Sequels, James-McAvoy, Jackson, Sarah-Paulson, Samuel-L-Jackson, James, Video Clips, Patricia, Kevin, Elijah, Shyamalan, Ellie, McAvoy, Comic Book/Superhero


Watch David Dunn Battle The Horde in the Latest Glass Clip

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Watch David Dunn battle The Horde in the latest Glass clip In the latest clip for Glass, David Dunn (Bruce Willis) faces off against The Horde (James McAvoy). While Dunn may have super-strength, his abilities will be pushed to the limit when dealing with The Horde’s many personalities — particularly The Beast. EW got an exclusive look at the fight scene, which you can watch below. Exclusive: Watch Bruce Willis' David Dunn take on James McAvoy's Beast in a new clip from #...
Tags: Movies, Glass, James McAvoy, North America, American Horror Story, Sarah Paulson, Jason Blum, Samuel L Jackson, Universal Pictures, David Dunn, Bruce Willis, Clark, Dunn, Shyamalan, ComingSoon, Anya Taylor Joy


Brick From ‘Anchorman’ Crashes M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’

“I didn’t ask for these powers. I was given them.” In this explosive, pulse-pounding thriller, M. Night Shyamalan not only brings together the narratives of two of his standout original films — 2000’s Unbreakable and 2016’s Split — but he also masterfully weaves in one of cinema’s most legendary masterminds from 2004’s Anchorman — the one and only Brick Tamland. From Unbreakable, Bruce Willis returns as David Dunn as does Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah Price, known around town by his pseudony...
Tags: Humor, Funny Or Die, James McAvoy, Samuel L Jackson, David Dunn, Bruce Willis, Brick Tamland, Steve Carrell, Anya Taylor Joy, Kevin Wendell Crumb, Casey Cooke, Elijah Price


Superhero Bits: ‘World of Warcraft’ Honors Stan Lee, John Glover May Appear in ‘Shazam’ & More

What is the Rotten Tomatoes score for M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass? How did World of Warcraft pay tribute to Stan Lee? Does Smallville star John Glover have a role in Shazam? How did Peter Parker make his perfect Spider-Man suit? Who is Samuel L. Jackson‘s favorite Avenger? When does DC’s Legends of Tomorrow return from the midseason break? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. The Thing has a long history in Marvel Comics, and this edition of The Pull List hits some finer mom...
Tags: Movies, Spider-Man, Superman, Glass, Batgirl, Black Widow, Batman, Thor, Stan-Lee, Marvel Comics, Avengers, Cw, Aquaman, Smallville, Samuel L Jackson, Shazam


The Avengers Might Assemble to Present at This Year’s Host-Less Oscars

Now that Kevin Hart has officially turned down the second chance at hosting the Oscars, even after some poking and prodding from Ellen DeGeneres, the ceremony is officially without a host. But that doesn’t mean the evening will be without serious starpower, because the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences may be assembling The Avengers for an appearance. The Hollywood Reporter has the update on the Academy’s plan to proceed without a host for the 2019 Oscars ceremony that will be broad...
Tags: Movies, Benedict Cumberbatch, Stephen Colbert, Abc, Awards, Oscars, Scarlett Johansson, Kevin Hart, Academy Awards, Avengers, Academy, Marvel Studios, Samuel L Jackson, Ellen Degeneres, Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences, Marvel Cinematic Universe


Patricia Doubts The Beast’s Abilities in New Glass Clip

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Patricia doubts The Beast’s abilities in new Glass clip Universal Pictures has released a brand new clip for M. Night Shyamalan’s upcoming Glass. The video features Kevin Wendell Crumb’s other personality Ms. Patricia, doubting The Beast’s superhuman abilities while Elijah Price tries to convince her that this isn’t just a fantasy.  Check out the video below (via IGN). RELATED: New Glass Trailer: Something More Than Human Returning for Glass are cast members Bruce Willi...
Tags: Movies, James McAvoy, North America, Sarah Paulson, Jason Blum, Samuel L. Jackson, Universal Pictures, Bruce Willis, Patricia, Clark, Dunn, Shyamalan, ComingSoon, Movie News, Anya Taylor Joy, Steven Schneider


‘Glass’ Review: M. Night Shyamalan’s Superhero Sequel Is Anything But Super

With Glass, M. Night Shyamalan brings together the worlds of Unbreakable and Split, and the result is depressing and disappointing. After regaining most of his directorial mojo with his most recent work, Shyamalan now takes a huge, unfortunate step backwards, tarnishing the legacy of Unbreakable, his best movie, in the process. In 2000, M. Night Shyamalan dropped Unbreakable on unsuspecting moviegoers. The filmmaker was still riding high from his acclaimed, breakout hit The Sixth Sense, with...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Superman, Features, Glass, David, Movie Reviews, Thriller, Sequels, Philadelphia, Batman, Jackson, Split, Sarah-Paulson, Steven Spielberg, Bruce-Willis


Daily Podcast: We Visit The Set of ‘Captain Marvel’ And Talk With Samuel L Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn & Jonathan Schwartz

On the January 8, 2019 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor in chief Peter Sciretta is here to play a few interviews from the set of Captain Marvel . We will hear from Samuel L Jackson, who reprises his role as a young SHIELD head Nick Fury, Ben Mendelsohn, who plays a Skrull commander, and Jonathan Schwartz, the executive producer of the film who reveals everything we need to know about Marvel’s first female-led superhero film. You can subscribe to /Film Daily on iTunes , Google Pla...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Marvel, Ben Mendelsohn, Marvel Studios, Samuel-L-Jackson, Jonathan Schwartz, Nick Fury, Set Visit, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Disney/Pixar, Captain Marvel, Peter Sciretta, Featured Stories Sidebar, Film Daily Podcast


Captain Marvel Can Time Travel, According to Samuel L. Jackson

In the wake of all of our own Captain Marvel set visit coverage today, a different report from a separate set visit includes a jaw-dropping quote from star Samuel L. Jackson about Marvel Studios’ new title character. Jackson, who plays a younger version of Nick Fury in the new movie, says Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) can time travel. Wait. What? In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Jackson revealed a heretofore unseen superpower of Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel: “She’s pretty much ...
Tags: New York, Movies, Jackson, Time Travel, Thanos, Marvel Studios, Samuel-L-Jackson, Samuel, Carol Danvers, Lois Lane, Peter Quill, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Disney/Pixar, Captain Marvel, Carol Thor


‘Captain Marvel’ Will Also Double as a Nick Fury Origin Story

Brie Larson‘s Carol Danvers is, of course, the main focus of Captain Marvel. But the superhero film also has a few familiar MCU faces backing her up – most notably Samuel L. Jackson‘s Nick Fury. Since Captain Marvel is set in the 1990s, we’re going to see a much younger, eyepatch-free Nick Fury. And based on the trailers released, Fury almost looks like Carol’s sidekick in the film, hitting the road with her when she crashes to earth. Does that make Captain Marvel a Nick Fury origin story as mu...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Features, Jackson, Vfx, Marvel Studios, Samuel-L-Jackson, Carol, Brie Larson, Schwartz, Carol Danvers, Larson, Jonathan Schwartz, MCU, Nick Fury, Comic Book/Superhero


New Glass Teaser Shows the Return of David’s Son, Joseph

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New Glass teaser shows the return of David’s son, Joseph While writer/director M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass will tie together characters from 2000’s Unbreakable as well as 2016’s Split, and the movie’s official Twitter account posted a special featurette that shows the evolution of Joseph Dunn. The character, played by Spencer Treat Clark, was the son of Bruce Willis’ David Dunn in Unbreakable, and will be also reprising his role in Glass. Every hero has a code. #GlassMovi...
Tags: Movies, Glass, David, James McAvoy, North America, American Horror Story, Sarah Paulson, Jason Blum, Samuel L Jackson, Universal Pictures, David Dunn, Bruce Willis, Unbreakable, Joseph, Clark, Dunn


‘Captain Marvel’ Star Samuel L. Jackson Talks the Origins and Legacy of Nick Fury [Set Visit Interview]

In May 2018, I visited the set of Marvel Studios and Disney’s next superhero movie, Captain Marvel, which was shooting in Los Angeles. On set, we had a chance to talk with Samuel L Jackson, who is reprising his role as Nick Fury in this prequel. He walked in the room with performance capture tracking dots on his face, perhaps to help with the de-aging visual effect that we’ve seen in past Marvel films. Or perhaps they were shooting a scene where we find out how Fury loses his eye, as he also ha...
Tags: Movies, Interviews, Disney, Los Angeles, Features, United States, Jackson, Marvel Studios, Samuel-L-Jackson, NICK, Mark Millar, Carol, Kingsman, Wakanda, Nick Fury, Set Visit


One More 'Special Look' TV Trailer for Boden & Fleck's 'Captain Marvel'

"I have this power, but I don't know where it came from." Marvel Studios + Disney have released a new "Special Look" 90-second TV trailer for the exciting new Captain Marvel movie, starring Brie Larson as the Marvel superhero. This new preview has a bit of extra footage in addition to everything in the first two trailers. Larson plays an Air Force fighter pilot who becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien race...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Marvel, Earth, Air Force, Samuel L Jackson, Brie Larson, Larson, Boden, Fleck, To Watch, Marvel Studios Disney, Boden Fleck


‘Captain Marvel’ Trailer: Everything Begins with a Hero

Captain Marvel is coming to save the MCU. Brie Larson stars as the out-of-this-world hero who gets caught in the middle of a galactic war. Rather than jump right in after the catastrophic events of Avengers: Infinity War, Captain Marvel goes back to the 1990s to officially introduce us to Carol Danvers. A new Captain Marvel trailer has just arrived to hold you over until the March release date. Plus, you can also buy tickets for the film right now. Captain Marvel Trailer It took a while...
Tags: Movies, Mississippi, Movie Trailers, Marvel Studios, Joss Whedon, Carol, Michael Douglas, Brie Larson, Carol Danvers, Larson, Ultron, MCU, Mendelsohn, Nick Fury, Comic Book/Superhero, Captain Marvel


‘Glass’ Will Feature Unused ‘Unbreakable’ Footage

M. Night Shyamalan is about to release a sequel to not one, but two of his films. Glass will conclude the story first begun in Unbreakable, and then (secretly) continued with Split. And he’s making sure he covers all his bases. To properly connect Unbreakable to Split, Shyamalan has cut unused Unbreakable deleted scenes into Glass. He also clarified the timeline of just when Glass takes place. Ready for the M. Night Shyamalan Cinematic Universe? It all comes together next week with Glass. Sp...
Tags: Movies, Glass, Sequels, James McAvoy, Split, Samuel L Jackson, David Dunn, Fandango, Bruce Willis, Unbreakable, Dunn, Elijah, Shyamalan, Touchstone, Crumb, Comic Book/Superhero


The Not-So-Secret Ingredient to Making a Successful Sequel More Than a Decade Later

There are hundreds if not thousands of sequels out there in the ether, and while they’re not inherently good or bad their existence typically makes sense. A movie is popular, and within a couple years it gets a sequel. It’s basic Hollywood math as studios and filmmakers understandably want to strike while they still have the public’s attention. Sometimes, though, for all manner of reasons, the wait for a sequel is far, far longer. Mary Poppins Returns hit theaters a whopping 54 years after the ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Mexico, Disney, US, Features, Green, Sequels, Pixar, Tom Cruise, Indiana Jones, George Lucas, Jamie Lee Curtis, Spielberg, Samuel L Jackson, Steven Spielberg


‘Captain Marvel’ TV Spot: Carol Danvers Searches for the Key to Her Past

Carol Danvers is looking to unlock the answers to her past, but it may be a long journey until she finds the key. In the latest Captain Marvel TV spot, the titular cosmic superhero searches for meaning behind her strange memories of Earth while promising to “end” the war between the Kree and the Skrulls. It’s a narrative we’ve seen before in the last few Captain Marvel trailers, but the latest TV spot gives us a glimpse of some new footage of the first female-led Marvel superhero movie. Cap...
Tags: Movies, Earth, Jude Law, Ben Mendelsohn, Marvel Studios, Samuel L Jackson, Carol, Brie Larson, Talos, Carol Danvers, Larson, Comic Book/Superhero, Captain Marvel, TV Spots, Kree, STARFORCE


Some of the Most Excellent Movie Posters for You to Marvel on

There have not been any movies that come out without an accompanying set of poster to promote them. A movie benefits greatly from a series of posters that helps with the marketing of that movie as a product to sell. However, despite the major part it plays, a movie poster is not always effective in doing its job. Some posters are a hit; others do not fare very well in this regard. This time around, here is served a look at some of the biggest movies’ posters ever come out. For the sake of simpli...
Tags: Movies, Clint Eastwood, Stanley Kubrick, Ryan Reynolds, Whitney Houston, Samuel L Jackson, Kevin Costner, Hitchcock, Sophia Coppola, Florida Project, Night Shyamalan


‘Glass’ Expected to Shatter January Box Office Records

It’s still a few weeks away from release, but early Glass box office tracking indicates M. Night Shyamalan‘s climb back to the top is holding strong. The thriller, which serves as a sequel to both Unbreakable and Split, is expected to haul in around $50 million when it opens January 18, kicking-off the MLK weekend. If this turns out to be accurate, it would give Glass the second-biggest MLK weekend opening ever. I’m very happy for M. Night Shyamalan. The filmmaker had great critical and box ...
Tags: Movies, Glass, David, Clint Eastwood, Sequels, Box Office, Will Smith, Sarah Paulson, Samuel L Jackson, Logan, Kevin, Elijah, Shyamalan, Comic Book/Superhero, M.-Night-Shyamalan, David Dunn Bruce Willis


‘Glass’ Has A Twist You Won’t See Coming, Because Of Course It Does

Peanut butter and jelly. Gin and tonic. Cookies and milk. M. Night Shyamalan and plot twists. All of these things go together – it’s common knowledge, and we’ve all learned to accept it. That said, you never know just what twist Shyamalan might have up his sleeve. The filmmaker has a new thriller hitting theaters in a month – Glass. And I bet you’re already guessing it has a twist. And you’re correct! In a new interview, Shyamalan confirms that there will indeed be a Glass twist, but you’re not...
Tags: Movies, Glass, Sequels, Split, David Dunn, Bruce-Willis, Unbreakable, Shyamalan, MCU, James-McAvoy, Samuel-L-Jackson, M. Night Shayamalan, Kevin Wendell Crumb James McAvoy, Mr Glass Samuel L Jackson, Geek Shyamalan


Three Generations of ‘Shaft’ Unite in First Look Photo

Director Tim Story (2005’s Fantastic Four, Ride Along) is resurrecting the long-dormant Shaft franchise with a new movie next summer, bringing actor Richard Roundtree back to reprise his role from the original 1970s blaxploitation movies and luring Samuel L. Jackson back as his nephew, John Shaft II, from the 2000 sequel. Joining them as the youngest member of the family is Jessie T. Usher (Independence Day: Resurgence), and a new photo shows all three of them together for the first time. Check...
Tags: Images, Movies, New York City, Fbi, Netflix, Sequels, Alexandra Shipp, Jackson, Junior, Samuel-L-Jackson, Warner Brothers, Harlem, Jj, Jessie, Shipp, John Shaft


Three Generations of Shaft Assemble in First Look Photo

Three generations of Shaft assemble in first look photo The famous street-wise detective odyssey Shaft is getting another installment. Richard Roundtree first played the character back in 1971. Then, almost 30 years later, Samuel L. Jackson donned the leather coat as his nephew, John Shaft II. Now, Entertainment Weekly has a first look at the next installment of Shaft, including the newest member to their family tree. [email protected] suits up again as 'Shaft' in exclusive first look https:...
Tags: Movies, Fbi, Alexandra Shipp, Jackson, Samuel L. Jackson, John Shaft, Richard Roundtree, ComingSoon, SHAFT, Movie News, II Now Entertainment Weekly, John Shaft II


‘Glass’ International Trailer Goes For Full-Blown Horror

Another new look at Glass is here, and it’s leaning heavily into horror movie territory. It’s been interesting to watch the progression of marketing for M. Night Shyamalan‘s new Unbreakable and Split sequel: some trailers have played up the superhero angle, some have looked more like mystery-thrillers, and now this, which sets out to give you the creeps. Watch the latest Glass international trailer below. Glass International Trailer  Uh-oh. Things are getting spoopy in this new Glass in...
Tags: Movies, Glass, David, Sequels, James-McAvoy, Movie Trailers, Sarah Paulson, Samuel-L-Jackson, David Dunn, Bruce-Willis, Kevin, Dunn, Elijah, Shyamalan, Crumb, M.-Night-Shyamalan


Black List 2018 Scripts Include Films Based on Pat Tillman and Bob Ross

Black List 2018 scripts include films based on Pat Tillman and Bob Ross The annual release of Hollywood’s Black Scripts is here, and the list features a couple of high concept ideas that may or may not ever see the light of day. Read more about them below (via Slashfilm). Frat Boy GeniusElissa Karasik A disgruntled employee of Snapchat tells the rise of her former Stanford classmate, preeminent douchebag and current boss Evan Spiegel. PB = PB || {}; PB...
Tags: Europe, Florida, Isis, Hollywood, Movies, Mississippi, La, Stanford, China, Iraq, New York City, US, NFL, America, San Francisco, Syria


The 2018 Black List Pinpoints This Year’s Best Unproduced Screenplays

The 2018 Black List is here. The annual compilation surveyed over 300 film executives, who voted on their favorite scripts of the past year that have not yet been produced. Previous years’ entries have included movies like Argo, Whiplash, Zodiac, In Bruges, Juno, The Wolf of Wall Street, Looper, The Social Network, The Prestige, There Will Be Blood, Inglourious Basterds, The King’s Speech, Take This Waltz, Arrival, John Wick, and Manchester by the Sea. Could your new favorite movie be lying in ...
Tags: Europe, Florida, Isis, Movies, Mississippi, La, Stanford, China, Iraq, New York City, US, NFL, America, San Francisco, Syria, Nasa


10 Rewatchable Movies You Just Can’t Turn Off

10 rewatchable movies you just can’t turn off One main characteristic of cinephiles is that their favorite movies are incredibly rewatchable.  Sometimes, these rewatchable movies are a bit odd and esoteric. This author will watch random films like The Ninth Gate and Starship Troopers until he knows them by heart.  Rewatchability is one of the best qualities a movie can have.  It is great to go back and watch Inception again to try and discover a few more nuggets of information as to wh...
Tags: Amazon, Feature, Movies, Article, Brooklyn, Harry, Secret Service, Scorsese, TNT, Imdb, Peter Jackson, Middle Earth, Mel Brooks, Tolkien, Samuel L Jackson, Ian Mckellan



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