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Is Doctor Strange’s Eye of Agamotto the Fifth Infinity Stone? Earlier this week, Benedict Cumberbatch let slip that he will probably play a role in Avengers: Infinity War. The epic event film will bring together many of the major players in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but how does Doctor Strange fit into the mix? Could his Eye of Agamotto actually be the fifth Infinity Stone? image credit: CBM A History of the Infinity Stones Thus Far Before we delve in, let’s back up and take a look at the playing field.

Wolf of Wall Street writer to tackle script for Antoine Fuqua's Scarface Terence Winter is no stranger to tackling the criminal element after his work on The Sopranos, THE WOLF OF WALL STREET and Boardwalk Empire (which he created), so it should come as no surprise that the writer is now set to board Antoine Fuqua's remake of SCARFACE which will follow a Mexican immigrant fighting for his version of the American Dream in Los Angeles. Per Variety, Winter... Read More...

DOCTOR STRANGE: The Eye Of Agomotto Confirmed As An Infinity Stone? Slowly but surely, Marvel has introduced many of the Ininity Stones, all of which will play a big role in the upcoming Marvel Studios teamup flick, Avengers: Infinity War.

Why Doctor Strange’s Costume Was A Big Challenge To Adapt For The Big Screen Academy Award-winning costume designer Alexandra Byrne has worked on a bunch of the previous Marvel Studio films, but the challenge to adapt Doctor Strange‘s costume for the big screen was harder than even she could have imagined. We conclude our on-set coverage from Doctor Strange with a brief chat with Doctor Strange costume designer Alexandra Byrn. We usually talk to costume designers on our set visits but don’t typically post the full interview transcripts, often incorporating the information into our set visit reports.

Martin Scorsese's Silence finally lands an Oscar-friendly release date The release of a Martin Scorsese film is always a special event, but when that film is SILENCE, a passion project of Scorsese's for close to three decades, you can't help but let your expectations spiral out of control. Production on Scorsese's epic wrapped up last year but Paramount Pictures has been fairly quiet on when SILENCE might be released, until now. Feeling as though they have... Read More...

New DOCTOR STRANGE Stills And Character Posters Explore The Sorcerer Supreme's World They're cutting it pretty close, but Marvel Studios has lifted the embargo on Doctor Strange set reports today, and with those come a new batch of stills and character posters (unfortunately, there's still no sign of one final trailer). The latter are particularly eye catching, though the former provide an intriguing look at what's to come for Stephen Strange during his training with The Ancient One. Doctor Strange follows the story of neurosurgeon Doctor Stephen Strange who, after a horrific car accident, discovers the hidden world of magic and alternate dimensions.

Benedict Cumberbatch Confirms Doctor Strange’s Return for Infinity War Marvel Studios is fresh off their biggest film yet in Captain America: Civil War, a movie that featured twelve super powered people fighting one another. If viewers thought this was the maximum number of heroes that they could fit in a single film, Avengers: Infinity War and the currently Untitled Avengers sequel will be quite the surprise.

Martin Scorsese‘s “Silence” will be getting an awards-season run. The film will open limited on December 23, 2016, and then go wide in January 2017. “Silence” is a historic drama based on the novel by Shūsaku Endō. It is produced by Scorsese, Paul Breuls, Vittorio Cecchi Gori, Barbara De Fina, Randall Emmett, George Furla, Emma Tillinger Koksoff and Irwin Winkler. Also Read: Martin Scorsese Hopes to 'Direct a Few More' Episodes of 'Vinyl' The script was adapted by Scorsese and Jay Cocks, and stars Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver and Liam Neeson.

Rings Has Been Delayed Into 2017 Poor Rings. The film has had a rough go of it, with it already being delayed two times. Well, it has just seen one more, moving from a lucrative October spot to February 3rd 2017, Variety report. It’s a pretty sudden move, with the film originally slated for not too far away. There is no official reason for the move either, but there is speculation that it might be about financials and Paramount’s lackluster showing this summer. Lets hope this really is the last move for the film.

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