Monday Movie Report: Casting News For ‘Black Panther’ And ‘Godzilla’ Sequel Loses Director

While much of the film world is still focused on the Cannes Film Festival, there’s still some goings on back in Hollywood. Late last week, The Wrap reported that “Creed” star Michael B. Jordan and Academy Award winner Lupita Nyong’o were both in negotiations to join “Black Panther.” The movie is one of the films…
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Monday Movie Report: ‘Civil War’ Adds To Disney Box Office Dominance

As many expected, the third installment of “Captain America” was the overwhelming No. 1 movie at the box office this weekend, earning $179,139,142, the fifth highest in history. The successful opening is the latest in a superb year for Disney, which has owned Marvel since 2009. Other than “Civil War,” Disney has also landed smash…
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REVIEW: ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Endures Some Flaws To Deliver Solid Blockbuster

Iron Man’s repulsor beam finally matches up with Captain America’s shield in a full on fight in “Civil War.” The third installment of the series dedicated to the stars and stripes wearing hero starts off with the Avengers, sans Hulk and Thor, on a mission in Africa. While the mission goes well at first, there’s…
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Ranking The Marvel Villains, From Worst To Best (Includes Spoilers)

Marvel’s latest film coming out this week will put Iron Man against Captain America. However, in “Captain America: Civil War,” it probably won’t be a surprise if the Studio inserts another villain. With that in mind, now is a good time to look back to who the Avengers fought before they start fighting each other,…
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Monday Movie Report: ‘Flash’ Needs New Director, ‘Civil War’ Dominates Int’l Box Office

In the ongoing attempt to get its cinematic universe off the ground, Warner Bros. and DC Comics hit another snag recently. According to Variety, Seth Grahame-Smith is leaving the director position of “The Flash” because of “creative differences” with Warner Bros. “The Flash,” which was scheduled for release on March 3, 2018, would have been…
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