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Deadpool 2 concept art reveals more comics-accurate look for Juggernaut It goes without saying that a lot of comic book fans lost their sh*t upon learning that the classic X-Men villain Juggernaut would be making an appearance in DEADPOOL 2. After all, Fox had already fooled us once when they included the big galoot in X-MEN: THE LAST STAND, in which Juggs was played by Vinnie Jones, to alarmingly eye-rolling effect. "I'm the Juggernaut, bitch!" Yeah,... Read More...

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Honest Trailer: There’s a Lot of Movie Packed into This Movie Now that Avengers: Infinity War has come home for you to watch over and over again, it’s time to crack some jokes at the expense of what will likely be the most successful movie of 2018, even if it didn’t make quite as much in the United States as Black Panther did on his first solo outing. So settle in and laugh at Thanos as he tries to destroy half of all life in the universe, a task that has taken him so long that his skin has changed color twice since he was introduced in the mid-credits scene of The Avengers. Watch the Avengers Infinity War Honest Trailer Even though this mo

'The Meg' Devours Competition, Debuting with a Monster $146.9M Globally It was a monstrous weekend thanks to Warner Bros.'s The Meg, which devoured everything in its path en route to a nearly $150 million global debut. As a result, the weekend box office was up 5.7% compared to last weekend and over 25% compared to last year, with the top twelve grossing over $132 million. It was also a strong weekend for Focus Features's release of Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman and Screen Gems's Slender Man even over-performed against expectations, though a disappointing CinemaS...

Weekend Box Office: 'The Meg' Chomps Its Way To Number One Jason Statham’s shark movie is a surprising box office hit, while Spike Lee has his best opening weekend in nearly a decade. Continue reading…

When Sony first announced that it was developing a Venom movie, the descriptor “R-rated” immediately followed. Venom was touted as Sony’s first R-rated Marvel film, an intriguing draw for the infamous antihero character. Without the kid-friendly Spider-Man dragging Venom down, the comic book movie was to be Sony’s grasp at being taken seriously. And coming off the heels of the success of Fox’s Logan, it seemed like a perfectly reasonable goal. But a new report suggests that the highly-promoted Venom rating may not be set in stone.

Venom No Longer R-Rated Because of Possible Spider-Man Crossover? Despite assuring fans that Venom will be an R-rated shocker with horror movie tropes, Sony seems to be getting cold feet by opting for a hard PG-13.

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