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After their double header of awesome in 2014 Marvel came back in 2015 with Avengers Age of Ultron and Ant-Man, two of their most troubled productions. How do they hold up and show the way for what is to come?
Include in Walt Disney Studios release of new images from its upcoming films that’s sure to get Marvelites excited, a new picture of the titular heroes Wasp/Hope Van Dyne (Evangline Lilly) and Ant-Man/Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) in costume from ANT-MAN & THE WASP While Avengers: Infinity War might be the Marvel film event of the summer, it’s easy to […]
Marvel Studios returns to some familiar names for their bug-sized sequel
Howard Stern fans got a candid interview with Paul Rudd the star of the well received and latest semi-successful Marvel film, “Ant-Man.” The interview took place on Monday after Stern admitted that he tried to buy the film rights because he believed in the character well before anyone else did, and Rudd discussed how he […]
After a painfully long production process, Marvel’s smallest big-screen hero has finally arrived, and according to studio estimates (which could see some adjustment by Monday morning) Ant-Man is looking at about a $58 million domestic haul. For what it’s worth, that’s the second lowest debut for a Marvel Studios picture, just shy of 2008’s The […]
We’re a little over a month away from the release of Marvel’s next big adventure, the Paul Rudd starring Ant-Man. Today sees a new television spot that showcases some not yet seen footage, including a bit featuring Michael Peña, whose role looks to be along the lines of additional comic relief. That seems like a bit […]
Marvel reveals the full cast and synopsis for their big 2016 release
Here’s a fun way to open your Monday morning; the next trailer for Ant-Man has appeared before your eyes. In all the marketing push for Avengers: Age of Ultron (which opens next month), it’s almost easy to forget Marvel has another film opening this year, but here’s your newest look at the Paul Rudd-starring adventure. […]
It is popular now to say that Guardians of the Galaxy was a risky movie and everyone thought it would suck until it turned out to be the biggest movie of the year but…from the first time they showed the footage at San Diego, it looked like EXACTLY what it was. A big SF actioner with heart, a quirky sensibility and actual humor. It was still risky because no one know who Starlord was, but the movie always looked like a fun ride.