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10 Ways the Marvel Cinematic Universe Has Changed Marvel Comics Fans freak out about the movies being loyal to the comics – but more and more the opposite tends to be equally important. Continue reading…

ANOTHER WOLFCOP Exclusive Clip: Willie Confronts a Strange Animal RLJE Films will be releasing Lowell Dean's Canadian horror, comedy Another Worlfcop on DVD, Blu-ray and Digital HD on July 3rd. The sequel to Dean's breakout horror comedy WolfCop delivers a higher level of gore and laughs than the first film and we are pleased to present to you an exclusive clip that hilights the laughs part.    In it, WolfCop's best friend Willie confronts a special bad guy some time during the climax of this film. It has a couple good swear words thrown in there for good measure so just be aware of that.

Kevin Feige’s Favorite Marvel Movies Might Not Be The Ones You Expect Marvel The Marvel Cinematic Universe has come a long way in the last decade, expanding into one of the most successful franchises of all time. While superhero movies have become a massive part of the cinematic landscape, Iron Man was a risk back in 2008 and building a massic connected universe was a massive gamble. Luckily for Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, that gamble paid off and became the MCU that we know and love today. During the junket for next week’s Ant-Man And The Wasp, io9 asked Feige which films out of the twenty (!!!) he considers the most gratifying.

Doctor Strange 2 Is Definitely Happening Confirms Marvel Boss Kevin Feige says Doctor Strange 2 will happen, but the question of when may be tougher to answer.

Jeff Goldblum Feels Confident That His Grandmaster Character Survived The Events Of ‘Infinity War’ Marvel Warning: Spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War can be found below. The lead-up to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has, inevitably, featured stark revelations about the true origin of Jeff Goldblum’s notoriously heaving shirtless scene in the original film. Goldblum’s Doctor Ian Malcolm only appears in a clinical cameo in the new movie (arriving on June 22), but he’s giving plenty of face time to the press. During the process, Goldblum talked about his role in another juggernaut enterprise, the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Jeff Goldblum Comments on the Grandmaster’s Fate After Avengers: Infinity War [Spoilers] When you make a world as vast and massive as the Marvel Cinematic Universe there are going to be a lot of questions about the side characters that we don’t see. In the case of Avengers: Infinity War it comes down to “did we literally see a body? No? Then who knows.” Anthony and Joe Russo have been slowly revealing the fates of characters we didn’t see but this time it’s Jeff Goldblum to tell us what we want to know. Goldblum revealed the fate of the Grandmaster to Digital Spy but since the movie is still only six weeks old or so here is a spoiler warning.

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