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BLACK PANTHER Takes On THE WINTER SOLDIER In This 'CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR' Clip! One of the most buzzed-about new elements from Marvel's upcoming blockbuster, CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, is Chadwick Boseman's entry into the MCU as Black Panther. Boseman is known for serious roles in biopics like 42 and Get On Up where he played Jackie Robinson and James Brown, respectively. The word coming out of early screenings is that Boseman's T'Challa is just as electrifying.During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Boseman presented to the world a fresh clip from CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR.

'Doctor Strange' screenwriter clarifies statements on Ancient One casting Doctor Strange cowriter C. Robert Cargill has clarified his comments over the casting of Tilda Swinton as the Ancient One in Marvel Studios’ new superhero movie (out Nov. 4). Cargill had previously said on the Double Toasted podcast that the decision to cast the actress as a...

Marvel Releases Statement Regarding Tilda Swinton's Casting in 'DOCTOR STRANGE' Mashable.com has posted an official statement from Marvel Studios regarding actress Tilda Swinton controversial casting as “The Ancient One” in DOCTOR STRANGE. The actress is seen in the trailer of the film as a white female but the character is depicted in the Marvel Comics as an aged Asian man. Marvel has released the following statement regarding the backlash:“Marvel has a very strong record of diversity in its casting of films and regularly departs from stereotypes and source material to bring its MCU to life.

Seems Ryan Reynolds did more than just re-post our link to the story about the Utah theater that was fined for showing Deadpool and selling beer. The movie’s star reportedly donated $5,000 to Brewvies defense fund… or at least someone using the name. A GoFundMe account had been set up to help the theater and had raised $7,000 before a $5,000 donation was added in the name of Ryan Reynold.

DOCTOR STRANGE Writer Addresses Casting Controversy Hollywood "whitewashing" has become a rather hot-button issue as of late, with films like Gods of Egypt and the upcoming Ghost in the Shell receiving widespread criticism for casting white actors to play people of colour. Upcoming Marvel film Doctor Strange has also received some of this criticism for casting the Scottish Tilda Swinton as The Ancient One, who in the comics is Tibetan. During a recent interview on the Double Toasted podcast, Strange screenwriter C.

Tilda Swinton explains her casting in Doctor Strange There's certainly been some intriguing casting from Marvel Studios and director Scott Derrickson as they put together the pieces to make the Marvel Cinematic Universe a bit more mystical for DOCTOR STRANGE, and each bit has had some degree of bellyaching to go along with it. Couldn't they get anyone less Cumberbatch-y than Benedict Cumberbatch? Since when is Baron Mordo a black... Read More...

Tilda Swinton explains her casting in Doctor Strange There's certainly been some intriguing casting from Marvel Studios and director Scott Derrickson as they put together the pieces to make the Marvel Cinematic Universe a bit more mystical for DOCTOR STRANGE, and each bit has had some degree of bellyaching to go along with it. Couldn't they get anyone less Cumberbatch-y than Benedict Cumberbatch? Since when is Baron Mordo a black... Read More...

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