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"Your reality… everything you're holding on to – I know how it ends." During the Brazil Comic-Con event today, Marvel revealed a brand new special preview for Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania titled The Legacy of Ant-Man, looking back over the past two Ant-Man movies before this. This next sequel is set to open in theaters in February early next year, kicking off MCU's 2023 selection - watch the full trailer. Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne, along with Hank Pym and Janet van Dyne and Scott's daughter Cassie, go on a new adventure exploring the Quantum Realm.

This post contains spoilers for "The Fabelmans" and "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade."With his semi-autobiographical film, "The Fabelmans," our beloved master of the modern American blockbuster, Steven Spielberg, has reached the pinnacle of self-reflection over his career. Spielberg has always had a gift for capturing the most personal and intimate essences of his life in his films, from the fraught family dynamics portrayed in "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" and "E.T.

It's impossible to think of a bigger cinematic madman than James Cameron. For over 13 long years, the visionary behind some of the most endurable blockbusters ever made ("Terminator 2: Judgment Day") has been working long and hard to bring his four "Avatar" sequels to the screen. Ever since "The Way of Water" was initially slated for release in 2014, it became a joke every time they had to push it back another year.

It largely speaks to how different the landscape of Hollywood used to be compared to our present that even though Harrison Ford has been immortalized in two of pop culture's biggest Blockbuster franchises, he still has had a long and fulfilling career outside of those bubbles. Maybe it's the transition into IP-driven pictures and cinematic universes, but where most actors these days often find themselves stuck typecast, Ford thrived beyond his time as Han Solo and Indiana Jones.

"If you want to live here, you have to ride." "Let's do it!" 20th Century Studios has released the final official trailer for James Cameron's highly anticipated sci-fi sequel Avatar: The Way of Water, also known as just Avatar 2. Less than a month until this is in theaters worldwide!! Who's ready?? Following the events of the first movie, Jake Sully now lives with his newfound family formed on the planet of Pandora. Once a familiar threat returns to finish what was started, Jake must work with Neytiri and another new army of the Na'vi race to protect their planet.

Nostalgia is usually a surefire way to get an audience excited. After all, we're all getting older and the world is changing fast. Films are becoming an escape again fast, and what better world to escape into than one we already know well — which is why the news that our very own Indiana Jones, also known as the great Harrison Ford, will be de-aged in the opening sequence of "Indiana Jones 5" is so exciting."This is the first time I've seen it where I believe it," Ford told Empire about the young version of himself during an interview published in November 2022. "It's a little spooky.

Iconic fedora? Check. Dusty old jacket? Check. Trusty whip? Of course. The upcoming "Indiana Jones" movie even has a dangerous new locale for our beloved hero to traverse (New York City), so all that's missing is a formidable opponent with a meltable face. It's a good thing that director James Mangold ("Ford v Ferrari," "Logan") called up Mads Mikkelsen, because nobody wears villainy quite as well as him.In 2023, Harrison Ford will star as the titular archaeologist for the fifth time, bringing us through the end of his heroic journey after 42 years.

In the past, George Lucas himself has admitted that he's not exactly a wordsmith when it comes to movie dialogue. In 1999, just as the "Star Wars" prequel trilogy was getting underway with "The Phantom Menace," Lucas spoke at length to Empire magazine about his utilitarian attitude toward dialogue, saying things like, "I'm aware that dialogue isn't my strength," and, "I'd be the first person to say I can't write dialogue."If he'd be the first, then Harrison Ford would surely be the second.

If there's a highlight of "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," it's Namor the Sub-Mariner (Tenoch Huerta Mejía). For the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Namor was reinvented as a man of Mayan descent, with his underwater kingdom renamed from Atlantis to Talokan. He's still just as self-righteous as his comics self, though, and a scarier fighter to boot.Like Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) before him, though, one can view Namor as an anti-hero, a man with some good ideas who's going about them in all the wrong way.

Iconic fedora? Check. Dusty old jacket? Check. Trusty whip? Of course. The upcoming "Indiana Jones" movie even has a dangerous new locale for our beloved hero to traverse (New York City), so all that's missing is a formidable opponent with a meltable face. It's a good thing that director James Mangold ("Ford v Ferrari," "Logan") called up Mads Mikkelsen, because nobody wears villainy quite as well as him.In 2023, Harrison Ford will star as the titular archaeologist for the fifth time, bringing us through the end of his heroic journey after 42 years.

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