‘Endgame’ aftermath is tackled in the ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ trailer

Two weeks after Marvel’s culmination event, Avengers: Endgame, fans had to wonder what direction Spider-Man’s MCU sophomore film would take as Phase 3 comes to a close. The spoiler ban was active until this past Monday, when the new trailer dropped to reveal more about this adventure.

Trust me, it’s Endgame spoiler-heavy. So you have been warned (Even Tom Holland warns you before it starts)!

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Marvel Studios pulls all the stops in a spectacular superhero epic with ‘Avengers: Endgame’

Long live the Avengers.

For this review, I felt compelled to start off by honoring these comic-book heroes that have touched the lives of millions of fans around the world, both new and old. Since 2008, Marvel Studios has been on a superhero odyssey; creating memorable moments, whole standalone franchises and bringing the comic books to life.

After the devastating end to last year’s Infinity War, there had to be one last sequel in order to set things right in the universe.

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Episode IX marks the ‘Rise’ of a family and The End of a Saga

That tremor that you felt on Friday afternoon? The Force had awakened once again…possibly for the last time.

Star Wars Celebration 2019 emanated from Chicago, IL, introducing fans to what’s to come from those creative minds that work in a Galaxy Far, Far Away. From a new video game to the upcoming live-action show, The Mandalorian, coming to the Disney+ streaming network, the future seems bright for the groundbreaking science-fiction universe.

But after months of secrecy, fans were treated to a first look at Episode IX.Read More »

‘Shazam!’ is the word the DC Film franchise has needed

Despite his similarities to DC’s boy scout mascot, Shazam! is not one of the most well-known superheros from the world of DC Comics. The only thing I know about Shazam was the mega-watt, All-American smile and the yellow lightning on his red suit with a white cape flying in the background. I didn’t even realize that he had a cheesy ’70s show, when superheroes were considered kids’ stuff and not the bankable franchise it is now.

And when your fictional hero lives the fantasy every child has had at one time about what it would be like to become an actual superhero, well you have audiences in the palm of your hand. Read More »