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Black Widow, The Eternals, Doctor Strange, or Black Panther? We investigate which heroes will form the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s 2020 slate.
What is queerbaiting and why is it so strongly linked to pop culture, whether in movies, television, and music?
Mysterio and the idea of a Multiverse seem like exciting additions to the MCU, except Marvel may be fooling everyone about both.
The first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home starts a new era and opens up a world of possibilities for the MCU.
It ends up tripping over genre conventions, but Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen’s Long Shot is an otherwise impressive romcom with plenty of laughs and a political edge.
After Endgame’s massive weekend gross of $1.2 billion (yes, billion), we look at what records the movie has smashed and which ones are still left.
Jim Carrey tries to foil Sonic the Hedgehog in the first bizarre glimpse of the iconic video game character’s theatrical debut.
Showrunners may have hurt the rest of the season by not killing off enough characters in last night’s episode 3. Here’s why.
Here’s your update on who died in episode 3’s Battle of Winterfell and where the pool participants stand now on points. Warning: major spoilers.
The epic conclusion to the Marvel saga is a thrilling, emotional, and awe-inspiring film that more than lives up to the hype.
The latest rom-com from Netflix, starring Gina Rodriguez and Lakeith Stanfield, isn’t trying to be revolutionary and that’s part of the magic.
The fallout from losing The Office and other shows, and the arrival of Disney+ in the fall, could end Netflix’s time as the streaming king.
With Avengers: Endgame just hours away, we predict which of the big heroes live and which heroes bite the dust (for real this time).
A trailer has dropped for the new political doc that follows four trailblazers, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, during their 2018 midterm election Congressional runs.
From Rocketman to Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time In Hollywood, here are the most exciting films making their debut at 2019’s Cannes Film Festival.