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Avengers: Twitter Adds Emojis For 3 Of The 6 Infinity Stones Emojis for Avengers: Infinity War‘s Time Stone, Mind Stone, and Space Stone have been officially released – but they aren’t what fans may be expecting. A few weeks ago, Twitter revealed the official emojis for the Infinity War characters prior to the release of the film’s Super Bowl spot.

A brand new Avengers: Infinity War promo spot released alongside the Marvel Studios massive class photoshoot and 10th-year banner may have revealed that Thanos’ (Josh Brolin) gauntlet is missing only two more stones: Time and Soul. Although the MCU has been building up to Infinity War for years already, not much is known about it except that the purple supervillain is coming and he’s out to collect all six Infinity Gems to execute is universe-altering plans. This causes all heroes in the MCU to come together and make sure that doesn’t happen.

How the Disney Buyout of Fox Could be Bad for Marvel Fans One of the downsides to the proposed Disney buyout of Fox is the likelihood of another Guardians of the Galaxy becomes slim. When Marvel Studios first launched it was met with headlines touting how the company was relying on C-list heroes to build a brand. They didn’t have the X-Men or Spider-Man and had to start off with the little known character of Iron Man. That said, the expectations for the first Iron Man film were minuscule.

Black Panther Gets a New Action Packed International Poster The buzz around Black Panther is most certainly beginning to boom. The release of the Infinity War trailer has shown how important Wakanda is going to be to the story, and also the fact that Ryan Coogler is making a rad looking film has the hype juices flowing. To keep that blender going, here is a new poster for you to get excited about. It’s an international poster, so you might have some trouble reading it, but I think you can make a pretty educated guess as to what the big, bold words under Marvel Studios mean.

Mads Mikkelsen in Talks for the Villain (Quelle Surprise) in YA Thriller 'Chaos Walking' Mads Mikkelsen, like Jack Nicholson and Vincent Price before him, is one of those villain actors. He’s played the baddie so many times and so well, that it’s weird now to see him in a role like he had in Rogue One, where he’s not eating people’s limbs in front of them or trying to kill James Bond. Which is why it’s great to see him back in his nefarious little comfort zone as the antagonist in Doug Liman’s upcoming post-apocalyptic thriller Chaos Walking. Continue reading…

Like Ant-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy before it, Doctor Strange was one of those movies that could revealed itself as the chink in the proverbial Marvel Studios armor. It was a property few mainstream audiences knew about, and it also threatened to tear down the very logic on which the Marvel Cinematic Universe was grounded in. Could they manage to incorporate magic and sorcery into this world with the likes of Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor without breaking it completely?

48 Things We Learned from Scott Derrickson’s ‘Doctor Strange’ Commentary “Diversity is the responsibility of directors.”Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

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Doctor Strange

Based on one of Marvel Comics' titles, Doctor Strange tells the story how a selfish doctor named Stephen Strange learned compassion while transforming into the most powerful sorcerer on Earth. The script is written by Joshua Oppenheimer and Thomas Dean Donnelly.
Scott Derrickson
Marvel Studios