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The Walking Dead’s Danai Gurira Talks Black Panther & Tupac Biopic TV fans recognize Danai Gurira as katana-wielding hero Michonne in AMC’s The Walking Dead. Gurira has garnered much praise for her four-seasons-long portrayal of Michonne, whose complex backstory is laden with trauma. We last saw Michonne and other members of Rick’s squad in immediate peril at the hands of the villainous Negan, and are eager to see more from her when the show returns to AMC this fall. Outside of The Walking Dead, though, Gurira is a bit of a Renaissance Woman.

Chadwick Boseman Says ‘Black Panther’ Will Explore the Character’s Origins Chadwick Boseman‘s T’Challa may have made his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Captain America: Civil War, but he raises many questions that are still unanswered when the credits roll. Some of this is due to him being a supporting player in a movie that is really about Captain America and Iron Man, but much of it has to do with the fact that he’s going to be the subject of his own solo adventure, due out in 2018. So fret not!

Every Shot of Black Panther in 'Civil War' Was CG Here’s another mind-boggling tidbit from the fascinating Captain America: Civil War Blu-ray commentary. Every shot of Black Panther in Civil War is CGI. Not just the obvious ones, like where Panther’s chasing the Winter Soldier on foot or he’s in a hand-to-claw fight with Captain America. Every. Single. Shot. Continue reading…

‘Captain America: Civil War’ Concept Art Features Alternate Scarlet Witch, Black Panther & More Plenty editions of Superhero Bits recently have featured some concept art from Captain America: Civil War. Some of it showcases scenes that ended up in the movie while other pieces have revealed some alternate costume designs for some of The Avengers. Now a new batch of Captain America Civil War concept art has emerged online with both kinds of images. Along with images of Captain America and Iron Man going at it, you’ll also find different designs for Black Panther, Scarlet Witch and Vision, who gets some stylish wardrobe options to wear around The Avengers headquarters.

While watching the Extended and Deleted Scenes from Deadpool, I stumbled upon a scene that features the name of a particular Marvel prison. The Raft is used to house supervillians and criminals of the Marvel Universe, and makes an appearance in the MCU film Captain America: Civil War after the Airport battle between the opposing sides.  This little nod to the prison was included in a deleted scene which shows Ajax (aka Francis) being excorted by boat to the "entrance" of The Raft for release, implying that Ajax has been in prison before the events of Deadpool.

Deadpool 2 writers are also working on the Zombieland sequel Sure, DEADPOOL was a big hit and everyone is anxiously awaiting the upcoming sequel, but screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick have another much anticipated sequel which they've been working on for quite some time: ZOMBIELAND 2. A sequel to the surprise zombie hit has been in the works pretty much since the first was released back in 2009 and, aside from a brief detour in which is was... Read More...

3 Comments From Mackenzie Davis About Deadpool And Blade Runner Sequels In an interview with GQ, Halt and Catch Fire actress Mackenzie Davis addressed the swirling rumors that she will be playing Domino in Deadpool 2. No! [laughs] It’s very interesting. People keep sending me printouts being like, ‘This is so cool!’ And I’m like, ‘Right? I also think it’s cool! But it’s not true!’ I mean. I’d love to keep the ruse going. It’s sort of cool that people think I’m doing Deadpool. But no! I don’t have any news to share.

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