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    Malaysia has banned Marvel's Thor: Love and Thunder film from the cinemas because of its 'gay elements' in an attempt to 'curb LGBT content'. The government said it objected to two minor parts in the film, with one being when a female character, Valkyrie, takes an interest in a concubine of Zeus. Another moment mentioned was when Valkyrie is told by rock creature Korg that he reveals that he has two fathers. His species is 'conceived' when two 'Kronan' men hold hands over a pit of lava. Distributor Disney submitted Thor: Love and Thunder as well as Pixar's Lightyear to Malaysia's Film Censorship Board, who asked for cuts which the studios rejecting, leading to the ban. Same sex relations are illegal in Malaysia, with those found guilty facing up to 20 yeas in prison and a mandatory whipping punishment.  Malaysia has banned Marvel's Thor: Love and Thunder film from the cinemas because of its 'gay elements' in an attempt to 'curb LGBT content' (pictured, Natalie Portman and Chris Hemsworth as Jane Foster and Thor) The government said it objected to two...
    Marvel director Taika Waititi has come under fire for resurfaced anti-trans tweets and for dead-naming Caitlyn Jenner after branding himself a 'gay icon.' The Oscar-winning director's name began trending on Twitter this week after it was revealed he and singer Rita Ora had got married, but for all the wrong reasons.  Unearthed tweets from almost a decade ago, drew criticism for shaming trans women and beauty pageant contestants.  A tweet from January 16, 2013 reads: 'No disrespect to men who want to be/dress as women. I should have just said their makeup looks manly. Also no disrespect to meth users.'  The 'meth user' remark followed an earlier rant in which he criticized beauty pageant contestants, writing: 'Combining heels and bikini whilst plastering your face in orange so you resemble a leather pudding is totes empowering.' The New Zealander was called out at the time, when a fellow Twitter user @carocreature, wrote: 'Slut-shaming, transphobia, and immense misogyny all in one tweet.  But dude, not cool.' Taika wrote back: 'No it is cool.' Not cool! Marvel's Taika Waititi has come under fire...
    SAN DIEGO -- "Avengers: Endgame" may have closed a chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the blockbuster factory is not slowing down and only expanding in scope and diversity.Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige led a marathon presentation at San Diego Comic-Con Saturday night, announcing plans for the first two years of "Phase Four," which will include Natalie Portman taking up the hammer as Thor, making Angelina Jolie an immortal for "The Eternals" and rebooting "Blade" with Mahershala Ali .The stars assembled in the San Diego Convention Center's Hall H as Feige ticked through the release calendar for 2020 and 2021 movie by movie, giving official cast lists, release dates, titles and logos for everything from "Black Widow," the "Doctor Strange" sequel, "Thor 4" to "Shang-Chi" to "The Eternals.""I'm so excited to be here," Jolie told the crowd.She said she's going to work "10 times harder" than she has on any of her other action roles because she knows what it means to "be part of the MCU" and "part of this family."Jolie, who is playing the character Thena, was...
    In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, heroines have gotten a villainous treatment. After famed alleged workplace harasser and reported creep Joss Whedon included a forced hysterectomy in Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow’s backstory in Avengers: Age of Ultron, a movie in which Romanoff described herself as a “a monster” because of this, the MCU’s poor depiction of their female heroes has been an abysmal pattern. From Black Widow making herself a martyr to motivate the boys in Avengers: Endgame to every MCU heroine meeting for the first time before teaming up against Thanos—ostensibly so Disney could have a gif for International Women’s Day—nearly every other Marvel flick has featured a disappointing portrayal of its female characters, often betraying the fans who invest in them. The streak of middling female representation sadly continues with Dr. Jane Foster (played by Natalie Portman) in Thor: Love and Thunder. (Warning: Spoilers ahead for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.) Marvel When it was announced in 2019 at San Diego Comic-Con that Natalie Portman would reprise her role and take up the mantle of The Mighty Thor, fans were excited....
    Getty Kyle Dugger If the analysts and NFL experts are correct, the 2022 season will be a big one for New England Patriots‘ third-year safety Kyle Dugger. Multiple publications have predicted a breakout year for Dugger as he and the Patriots defense attempt to build a few new pillars on that side of the ball. While Dugger is definitely being discussed on some websites and blogs, Bleacher Report’s Gary Davenport still considers Dugger the Patriots’ “best-kept secret.” Davenport wrote: “Over the first two seasons of his professional career, Kyle Dugger is probably best known for hailing from tiny Lenoir-Rhyne University. But if the 2021 season was any indication, by the time the 2022 campaign has come and gone, Dugger will be known as one of the league’s top young talents at safety.”Potential Problems and Successes For Dugger and the Patriots Secondary in 2022Things started to click for Dugger in 2021. He played in 15 of the Patriots’ 17 games with 13 starts. He had 4 interceptions, 5 pass breakups, a fumble recovery, and 92 tackles. He also doubled...
    Thor 4 fans are being called 'stupid' after some of them called for 'trigger warnings' to be inserted at the beginning of the movie due to an unpsetting scene involving chemotherapy that one of the main characters goes through.  The new box office hit, which came out five years after the 2017 film Thor: Ragnarok, stars Chris Hemsworth, Christian Bale and Natalie Portman. In her first appearance since the 2014 blockbuster Thor: The Dark World, Portman's character - scientist Jane Foster - is diagnosed with stage four cancer, as she battles the illness throughout the movie.  In one particular scene, she undergoes chemotherapy treatment and some fans are asking for a trigger warning to be inserted for future showings. The Marvel movie only came out on July 7, and those who want triggers to be added argue the chemotherapy scene may offend those who have experience with cancer in reality.  Marvel Studios' 'Thor: Love and Thunder' stars Natalie Portman, left, and Chris Hemsworth for the third time in four movies. Portman was noticeably absent from the movie Thor: Ragnarok, released...
    Four movies in, Thor is still bringing the hammer down at the box office."Thor: Love and Thunder " earned $143 million in its opening weekend in North America, according to studio estimates Sunday. It's a franchise best for the God of Thunder and another success story of the summer 2022 box office season.The second Thor movie directed by Taika Waititi opened on 4,375 screens this weekend, starting with Thursday previews. It easily topped the box office, bumping "Minions: The Rise of Gru" into second place. Including international showings, where "Love and Thunder" opened in 47 territories starting in the middle of last week, its global total is already at $302 million."It's another home run for Marvel," said Paul Dergarabedian, the senior media analyst for Comscore. "It's unheard of for a Marvel movie not to open at No. 1."The Thor franchise has grown with each subsequent film, which is both a rarity in franchise filmmaking in general but also not uncommon for those of the Marvel variety. The first film opened to $65.7 million in 2011, followed by $85.7 million for...
    Natalie Portman and Chris Hemsworth star in Marvel's "Thor: Love and Thunder."Disney With "Thor: Love and Thunder" zapping up an estimated $143 million during its domestic weekend, box office analysts feel confident that movie theaters are no longer on the road to recovery and have reached a pace of normalcy seen in pre-pandemic times. Over the weekend, the newest entrant in Disney's Marvel Cinematic Universe tallied $159 million internationally, bringing its global haul to $302 million. "Marvel fans turned out in force yet again this weekend as 'Thor: Love and Thunder' followed the success of Minions last week to combine for the first pair of $100 million openers on consecutive weekends since 2018," said Shawn Robbins, chief analyst at BoxOffice.com. "Thor: Love and Thunder" is estimated to have drawn in more than 10 million moviegoers this weekend, about 57% of all cinema patrons, according to data from EntTelligence. With continued ticket sales for movies like Paramount and Skydance's "Top Gun: Maverick," Universal's "Minions: The Rise of Gru" and "Jurassic World: Dominion" as well as Pixar's "Lightyear" and Warner Bros.' "Elvis,"...
    New York (CNN Business)The God of Thunder still has some pop."Thor: Love and Thunder," the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, made an estimated $143 million domestically for its opening this weekend, according to Disney (DIS).That number is on par with industry expectations, which had the film making around $150 million in North America. Despite it not being a record-shattering debut, or even the biggest opening for Marvel this year — which belongs to May's "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" — it marks another strong premiere for Hollywood's most reliable blockbuster franchise.The film, which has Chris Hemsworth's Thor team up with Natalie Portman's The Mighty Thor to fight off an evil force that is killing gods, has made $302 million worldwide so far. Thor: Love and Thunder doesnt rekindle the spark that Ragnarok ignitedThat's the good news. The not-so-good news is that "Love and Thunder" has garnered mixed reviews from audiences and critics alike.Read MoreThe film holds a 68% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and earned a "B+" CinemaScore from audiences. Now, a "B+" from ticket buyers is...
    It’s a quandary for the ages. On one hand, it’s certainly not my business to tell Thor: Love and Thunder star Natalie Portman—an Oscar winner and the Padmé Amidala—what she deserves. On the other hand...have you seen this most recent Marvel offshoot? Because much like Padmé, Portman’s Thor character, Jane Foster deserves a way better lover than this. That’s not to say there’s no romance in Taika Waititi’s Thor: Ragnarok follow-up. In fact, Love and Thunder reunites our braggadocious demigod with his deepest love: his mighty, heavenly mallet, Mjölnir. Of all the original Avengers hero series, Thor’s films might’ve had the roughest start. Thor: The Dark World, which saw Marvel unceremoniously fire Patti Jenkins and replace her with Alan Taylor, was a critical disaster. When Taika Waititi took over for Ragnarok, the story moved on without Jane. Love and Thunder, which reunites the two through urgent (and tragic) circumstances, seeks to heal the messy rift and provide closure. Unfortunately, this is a Marvel movie—which means that goal must take its place in a long list of cinematic-universe plot machinations,...
    Variety urges readers to "get ready for Marvel mania," with the trade publication and industry website predicting that "Thor: Love and Thunder" will "turbocharge the box office" this weekend after opening in 4,300 theaters.Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, and Russell Crowe were given permission to be adventurous but also to have fun and be funny in the fourth movie to feature Thor.The movie lives up to its title, with plenty of action accompanied by romantic tension between the lead character and his ex-girlfriend, Jane Foster, played by Portman.And there's no shortage of action thanks to Christian Bale's character, who is bent on eliminating all the gods -- with a special focus on Thor.ALSO READ | Susan Bridges, wife of 'The Old Man' star Jeff Bridges, opens photography exhibitEMBED More News Videos Actor Jeff Bridges and his wife Susan recently celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary, and the occasion comes at a remarkable time in their lives. During a recent conversation with Hemsworth, I enlisted the help of Sydney O'Malley, a graduating senior at Roosevelt High School in Yonkers.She's a big...
    THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER (12A) 120mins ★★★☆☆ THERE are many shocks for Marvel fans in the fourth Thor movie. Firstly, there is no small matter of Russell Crowe’s wayward accent as Zeus. 3When Natalie Portman’s Jane comes along, she suddenly becomes the male hero’s equal and that sets off a whole lot of funCredit: AP For reasons known only to the Australian actor, the Greek God’s voice has travelled via the Caribbean and probably some other places far from the Med. It’s not like he hasn’t got form — hints of an Irish accent were heard in his Robin Hood in the 2010 film. Then there is Harry Potter’s Voldemort turning up as the baddie. Well, that’s what Christian Bale’s Gorr the God Butcher looked and sounded like to me. Funny and heroic The deadened eyes and slithering gestures all came out of the Ralph Fiennes handbook. Read more on ReviewsDULCIE PEARCE Minions: The Rise of Gru is a cheerful barrage of madness far from DespicableREST IN PEACE Leeds pay tribute to ex-midfielder Mick Bates who passes away aged...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Natalie Portman returns to the Marvel cinematic universe in "Thor: Love and Thunder," now playing in Chicago theaters.This time her character Jane Foster isn't just a scientist; she's also a superhero."It was so incredible to get to play an astrophysicist in a movie of this size," Portman said. "When I first signed on to the role, to have this woman pursuing her science so doggedly was so incredible."In the movie, Foster transforms into Mighty Thor."I think it's pretty incredible to be tasked with playing a six-foot character, as a five-foot-three woman, so to get to have anyone see you as big and strong definitely increases your feelings of being powerful," she said.And working with this cast was a delight for her."It's so lucky to get to work with Chris, and Tessa and Taika every day, it was just constant laughter, constant creativity," Portman said.
    (CNN) — Dependiendo de a quién le preguntes, las películas de “Thor” son una historia de amor sobre un chico y su martillo, o el amor entre un chico y su hermano, o un chico y una brillante y hermosa científica o, más recientemente, un chico y un mapache intergaláctico. “Thor: Love and Thunder”, la última película centrada en el vengador asgardiano, introduce una nueva arista en esta historia tan conocida: hay un nuevo Thor en escena, y su nombre es Jane Foster. La suya es una nueva historia que contar. Con la nueva película, el Universo Cinematográfico Marvel introduce una versión de Jane Foster que apareció por primera vez en los cómics hace casi 10 años. Pero, ¿cómo se convirtió este antiguo interés amoroso de Thor en una heroína divina? Antes de ver a Natalie Portman como una Jane Foster con superpoderes en “Thor: Love and Thunder”, ponte al día sobre sus orígenes en los cómics. Puede que su historia no sea la misma en la pantalla, pero, al igual que en los cómics, lo más probable es que...
    (CNN)Depending on who you ask, the "Thor" films are either a love story about a boy and his hammer -- or the love between a boy and his brother, or a boy and a brilliant, beautiful scientist or, more recently, a boy and an intergalactic raccoon. "Thor: Love and Thunder," the newest film focusing on the Asgardian Avenger, introduces a new wrinkle to this well-trod lore: There's a new Thor on the scene, and her name is Jane Foster. Hers is a new story to tell. With the new film, the Marvel Cinematic Universe introduces a version of Jane Foster who first appeared in the comics almost 10 years ago. But how did this one-time love interest of Thor become a godlike hero herself? Before you watch Natalie Portman as a super-powered Jane Foster in "Thor: Love and Thunder," catch up on her comic book origins. Her story may not be the same onscreen, but, as in the comics, she'll most likely kick some villain butt. When did Thor stop being Thor?Read MoreBefore Jane Foster could become a superhero, Thor...
    (CNN Español) — Las películas y series de superhéroes están de moda y Marvel Studios se ha convertido en el principal exponente de esta tendencia gracias al desarrollo de su Universo Cinematográfico (o MCU en inglés por Marvel Cinematic Universe). Este está compuesto por todas esas obras protagonizadas por Spider-Man, Thor o Doctor Strange, entre muchos otros personajes, que están interconectadas entre sí. En total ya son más de 30 películas y series y, aunque todas pueden verse de forma independiente, sí que es cierto que para seguir al día toda la historia y captar todos los detalles al 100% es recomendable haber visto buena parte de las anteriores. Sin ir más lejos, en este 2022 llegan nuevas entregas como “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness”, “Thor: Love and Thunder” o “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”. Es por ello que, a la hora de ponerse al día o simplemente cuando apetece darse una maratón de superhéroes, muchos fans de Marvel se preguntan ¿en qué orden debo ver todas las películas y series de Marvel? Para responder a dicha pregunta, en...
    Hollywood star Natalie Portman has expressed her love that Disney-Marvel’s latest Thor sequel is being received as the “gayest” Marvel movie ever made. In an interview with the actress, entertainment journalist Andrew Freund laid out his hypothesis about Thor: Love and Thunder, which opens in the U.S. on Friday. “Is it safe to say that this is the gayest movie ever made in the MCU [Marvel comic universe]?” Portman replied, “I love that reading of it. Yes! I love that.” Watch below: Freund went on to elaborate his theory, citing sequences where the characters are flying on rainbows. The actress said, “That is the core of the comics. I feel like that’s where it all started. It’s very true to the source material.” Portman has returned to the Thor movies after being absent since the second installment. Her character, Jane Foster, plays a more prominent role that in past movies, sharing center stage alongside returning star Chris Hemsworth. Watch below: The Walt Disney Co. has come under fire for promoting LGBTQ ideology in its entertainment aimed at kids and...
    NEW YORK (AP) — To a large degree, modern blockbuster moviemaking has depended on the appeasement of fans to keep franchise juggernauts smoothly humming. But in making “Thor: Love and Thunder,” Taika Waititi had no interest in that. He approached the film from the opposite direction. What would actually make fans angry? “I wanted to show him in a light that most Thor fans wouldn’t really want if you were to tell them,” Waititi says. “If you were to say them: ‘Yeah, I’m going to make Thor in love,’ it’s probably the last thing that a Thor fan really wants to hear.” “Thor: Love and Thunder,” which opens Thursday, is Marvel’s fourth Thor movie and Waititi’s second after the 2017 smash success “Thor Ragnarok.” That film, a hit with fans and critics, reinvented Chris Hemsworth’s god of thunder and introduced a looser, idiosyncratic tone to Marvel’s most monolithic hero. But if “Ragnarok” was Waititi’s version of a Marvel movie, “Love and Thunder” might simply be a Taika Waititi movie, without equivocation. Of the 29 films thus far in the...
    Hollywood star Natalie Portman lit up in agreement last week when she was asked if Thor: Love and Thunder was the "gayest" Marvel movie. "Natalie, is it safe to say that this is the gayest movie ever made in the MCU?" Andrew Freund of Dish Nation asked the Oscar winner. "Uhm, I love that reading of it!" Portman said in response. "Yes, I love that!" WATCH: JOE ROGAN WILL NEVER HAVE TRUMP ON PODCAST, 'NOT INTERESTED IN HELPING HIM' The movie features at least one "fabulous queer character," according to co-star Tessa Thompson, and Freund pointed out other LGBT themes. "I mean, you're flying on rainbows, or am I imagining it?" Freund asked. "I mean, that is the core of the comics," said Portman, who plays Jane Foster in the film. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER "I feel like that's where it all started. It's very true to the source material, I think." Hollywood News Movies LGBT Celebrities
    Portman has also openly declared her political leanings when she joined other left-wing celebrities to make an anti-Trump video ahead of the inauguration of former President Donald Trump in 2017. She was also the object of scorn by fellow actress Rose McGowan after Portman wore a garment to the Oscars ceremony as a sort of feminist protest in February 2020. "Thor: Love and Thunder" with Portman and Chris Hemsworth will be released to theaters on July 8. Here's the video of Portman's comments: Christian Bale and Natalie Portman Dish on 'Thor: Love and Thunder Film', Fangs & Fun Makeup, & More www.youtube.com
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- We're counting down to "Thor: Love And Thunder," one of the most anticipated movies of the summer.You can see it starting Thursday. Oscar-winner Taika Waititi is one of the stars. He also directs and wrote the script. He spoke with ABC7 about the latest escapades in the Marvel Universe.When asked how he's feeling, Waititi, who plays "Korg," said "like a winner!""It's great. It's a huge relief. I've seen the movie so many times over the last year and a half," he said. "To go and see it in a proper cinema packed house, it played really, really well and that was just for me, validating it, maybe."Waititi said incorporating humor into his work is important."I think humor is medicine, and we could use some medicine right now," he said. "It's great to bring and lure an audience to drop their guard. When an audience does that, you can bring more meaningful content to them, more powerful, resonant themes."He also talked about what it's like working in the Marvel Universe."It's obviously beautiful. It's a great experience. It's really...
    One of the most anticipated summer blockbusters arrives this Thursday and the good news is that doesn’t disappoint. “Thor: Love and Thunder” tops our list of movies to see in the theaters this weekend. Meanwhile, Netflix’s “The Sea Beast,” Apple TV+s “Blackbird,” AMC+’s “Moonhaven” and FX’s “The Bear” are must-watches for streamers. Here is our roundup. “Thor: Love and Thunder”: Are you fed up and perhaps confused by so many intersecting plot lines when you dive into the Marvel Cinematic Universe of late? Oscar-winning filmmaker Taika Waititi comes to the rescue by tabling the entangling self-seriousness that’s become commonplace in the MCU productions by generating loopy irreverence and genuine emotions with his second directorial/co-screenwriting MCU gig (2017’s “Thor: Ragnarok,” being his first). The comic-book cinematic world is made all the better whenever Waititi (“Jojo Rabbit”) jumps into it. Cowritten with booster shots of feminist power by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, this “Thor” will likely inspire “how dare they’s” from devotees since it’s brainy scientist/past Thor love interest Jane Foster (Natalie Portman, terrific as always) wielding the high-impact hammer and getting all...
    (CNN)Chris Hemsworth is reflecting on 10-plus years in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the charming god with the flowing blond mane, Thor. In a video retrospective on Instagram, Hemsworth reminisced about his love for the role, and his Marvel collaborators praised him for bringing humor and depth to the character. "I have loved every single time I've played the character," Hemsworth said in the clip.When Thor's self-titled first film came out in 2011, Hemsworth was a relative unknown, and the MCU was still young -- "Thor" was the fourth film it released. But Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said that finding Hemsworth made the character work -- and helped launch the multibillion-dollar empire that the MCU would become. Read MoreNow, Hemsworth is helming his fourth solo film as the hammer-wielding god in Taika Waititi's "Thor: Love and Thunder," which also features Academy Award winners Christian Bale and Russell Crowe as villainous Gorr and god-ruler Zeus, respectively, and some of the gang from "Guardians of the Galaxy."Natalie Portman and Chris Hemsworth will both play versions of Thor in the newest Marvel...
    Marvel Comics is taking heat from fans alleging “racism” for its latest alternate reality “what if” book that ponders “what if” Miles Morales became the Mighty Thor instead of Spider-Man. One fan even said the book is “so woke that it circles back into being racist.” The book follows an alternate story arc for the popular black character who became Spider-Man in 2011. Morales was created by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Sara Pichelli and became so popular that he was featured as the main character in the animated 2018 blockbuster film, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse — the film won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. Watch below: The new comic featuring Morales taking the role of Thor instead of Spider-Man was written by Yehudi Mercado and illustrated by Paco Medina and Luigi Zagaria. But it is not being well received by black readers, according to CBR. Dissatisfied readers are upset with the stereotypical “hood” references in the comic as a black Thor lords over a world where ice giants have cornrow hair, characters spout hood-inspired quotes,...
    Is this the Thor: Love and Thunder trailer or the first look at Bridgerton Season 3? When we see a man stripped down to his shanties, we’re not programmed to think “Marvel movie.” Leave it to director Taika Waititi to change the game, because this new Thor: Love and Thunder teaser is a complete 180 from the MCU’s heinie-less past. But we’re getting ahead of ourselves here, because the stripped-down (and sadly blurred-out) Chris Hemsworth doesn’t appear until the very end of the trailer. We’ve glazed over the return of Waititi’s lovable Korg, the introduction of Christian Bale’s Voldemort-looking villain, and, the greatest gift of all, Jane, a.k.a. Goddess Natalie Portman. Literally—she’s a full-on deity now. Which has become a problem, as Bale’s “Gorr the God Butcher” has entered the arena to murder every divinity he can get his hands on: “All gods will die,” he proclaims, for good measure. Thor and ex-gf Jane are going to have to get those sparks flying into something of a greater electrical power if they want to make it out of this...
    "The way we could be getting bi thor and peter and it all feels delicious because this means chris pratt's homophobic ass probably hated himself on set," said another critic. The previous hatred against Pratt has been so bizarre that it prompted podcast superstar Joe Rogan to defend the actor. “What it is is a bully pile-on,” Rogan said on his podcast in December. “You see someone being vulnerable and you can snipe at them and you don’t have any repercussions and they’re not in front of you so you attack the guy.” "Thor: Love and Thunder" will be released in theaters on July 8. Here's the trailer that launched a thousand hate tweets: Marvel Studios' Thor: Love and Thunder | Official Teaser www.youtube.com
    MARVEL'S Thor, the God of Thunder, was first introduced back in 2011 in the self-titled film. Since then, the character has been seen in eight films across the Marvel Cinematic Universe and fans want to know when they can expect the latest film, Thor: Love and Thunder. 2Thor: Love and Thunder is Marvel's newest Thor film When will Thor: Love and Thunder be released? The countdown is officially on for Marvel fans as the upcoming superhero film is just a few months away. Thor: Love and Thunder, will reportedly be released on July 8, 2022. The film is reportedly a sequel to Thor: Ragnarok and is one of three Marvel movies debuting this year. The other films include Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which is scheduled to be released in May, and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which is scheduled to be released in November. more from marvel MARVEL-LOUS How to watch the Marvel movies in chronological order on Disney+marvel-lous X-Men movie timeline: How to watch the superhero films in orderSPIDEY STREAMING How to...
    MARVEL fans were blown away by the impressive number of cameos in Spider-Man: No Way Home, including a few former foes. The superhero film, which came out last week, has already taken £191million in its opening weekend and has topped the UK Box Office. 11Spider-Man: No Way Home has proven a hit at the Box Office and stars Tom Holland and ZendayaCredit: Alamy Tom Holland and Zendaya join webslinger villains of the past including Willem Dafoe's Green Goblin, Alfred Molina's Doc Ock, Jamie Foxx's Electro and Rhys Ifans' The Lizard. Fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), which is the highest-grossing film franchise of all time, raking in £17bn, were thrilled to see the big names back on screen again. The comic book-inspired flicks are well known for throwing in surprise guest appearances – easily missed by the average viewer. However, eagle-eyed fans are always on the lookout for their favourite stars - here we reveal the celeb cameos you may not have spotted. Miley Cyrus 11Miley Cyrus played AI character Mainframe in Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 Pop...
    A breakdown on the stand Judge approves $626 million settlement in Flint water crisis © Provided by INSIDER Paul Rudd and Chris Hemsworth in "Avengers: Endgame." Marvel Studios Paul Rudd spoke to People about training hard for the 2019 Marvel movie "Avengers: Endgame." "And I stood next to Chris Hemsworth, and I thought, 'What's the point?'" he recalled. Rudd and Hemsworth both got ripped for their roles as Ant-Man and Thor, respectively, in the MCU. Paul Rudd said that Chris Hemsworth's ripped physique for "Avengers: Endgame" made him question why he bothered training for his Marvel role. "I remember on the set of 'Endgame,' I was working out so hard, eating perfect, for so long, training like an athlete," Rudd, who was named 2021's Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine, told the publication in a new interview. "And I stood next to Chris Hemsworth, and I thought, 'What's the point?' Why even try, 'cause there's that." Hemsworth has portrayed Thor in the MCU since 2011's "Thor," while Rudd joined the franchise as Scott Lang/Ant-Man in...
    Roadside Attractions You Need to See to Believe Joel Embiids health is already a concern for 76ers, but Ben Simmons absence leaves little room for rest © Provided by INSIDER Taika Waititi and Chris Hemsworth in "Thor: Ragnarok." Marvel Studios Taika Waititi said that Korg was only supposed to appear in one or two scenes in "Thor: Ragnarok." The director said Chris Hemsworth suggested that he include him in more scenes. Waititi said that "all of Korg's stuff was pretty much ad-libbed on the day." "Thor: Ragnarok" director Taika Waititi revealed that Chris Hemsworth came up with the idea to extend the fan-favorite character Korg's screen time in the 2017 Marvel movie. "I just started reading scenes with Chris to see how they played for him, and [Korg] was only in one or two scenes," Waititi said in a new behind-the-scenes book called "The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe" by Tara Bennett and Paul Terry. Korg, voiced by Waititi, was first introduced to the MCU when Thor encountered the Kronan...
    Keri Russell Wows in a Vibrant Autumnal Look With Sharp Pumps for ‘Good Morning America’ Kelly Stafford Thanks Detroit Fans After Husbands Game vs. Lions © Disney/Marvel Chris Hemsworth in "Thor: Ragnarok." Disney/Marvel Chris Hemsworth was worried that he was being "written out" of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The actor said he grew concerned when he realized Thor wasn't in "Captain America: Civil War." "They said, 'You're doing your own thing,'" the actor recalled in a new behind-the-scenes Marvel book. Chris Hemsworth worried that he was being "written out" of the Marvel Cinematic Universe when he learned that Thor wouldn't be part of 2016's "Captain America: Civil War." "I remember being on the 'Age of Ultron' press tour, and everyone was talking about Civil War," Hemsworth said in a new behind-the-scenes book called "The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe" by Tara Bennett and Paul Terry. The actor continued: "I was like, 'What's 'Civil War?'' I asked, 'Are you doing a side-project or something?' They're like, 'Oh no, Captain America, y'know? The...
    We dodged a bullet: California oil spill could have decimated Huntington Beach. Why didnt it? Sinclair Broadcast Group hit by ransomware attack Letitia Wright in 'Black Panther.' Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is on the move. Disney made a number of changes to Marvel’s upcoming slate that, for the most part, sees titles delayed by several or more months, the studio said on Monday. That includes the Black Panther sequel, which moves from July 8, 2022 to Nov. 11, 2022. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness kicks off the reshuffling in relocating from March 25, 2022 to May 6, 2022, a date previously occupied by Thor: Love and Thunder. The next chapter in the Thor series will now open on July 8, the Black Panther sequel’s previous launching pad. The Marvels moves from Nov. 11, 2022 to Feb. 17, 2023, which bumps Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania to July 28, 2023. Disney’s live-action studio also revealed that it is pushing back its untitled Indiana Jones reboot by almost a year, from July 29, 2022, to June, 30, 2023. Studio...
    Disney and its Marvel unit have sued former comic book artists for taking full control of some of the comedic characters. Star Lee has sued the heirs of Steve Ditko, Don Heck, Don Rico and Jean Colen and entertainment company Larry Lieber. Magazine The Hollywood Reporter Disney was able to negotiate lawsuits and reports that it had full rights to characters such as Iron Man, Spider-Man and Thor. The lawsuit was probably funded by a lawsuit filed by relatives of the artist in an attempt to reclaim a portion of their exploitative rights. All of these artists co-created questionable superheroes between the 1950s and 1970s. Their works were created while they were working for “rent”. According to Marvel, this arrangement does not allow artists to claim their rights under copyright law. Read also – Marvel hits another US box office with ‘Shang-C’ Speaking of Stan Lee’s brother Larry Liber, Marvel said in it Case : “Marvel gave Liber stories to write and gave the company the right to exercise constructive control over Liber’s contributions. In addition, Marvel paid Liber a...
    The new chapter of What If …? – 84% moved Marvel fans to have Chadwick Boseman voicing T’Challa again, and also surprised them by showing a good version of Thanos. However, a detail that went unnoticed by many is the possible connection that the episode has with the next film of the God of Thunder, Thor: Love and Thunder. Subscribe here to Disney Plus As you might expect, you will find some spoilers here, so we hope you have already seen the latest from What If …? In chapter two of the series, titled “What If … T’Challa became a Star-Lord?” (What if … T’Challa became Star-Lord?), The protagonist faces off against The Collector, and he uses some of Marvel’s most famous weapons in battle, such as Captain America’s shield, but the most interesting thing is when he puts on the helmet of Hela, the villain of Thor: Ragnarok – 92%, and with it he can make use of the Necrosword, he himself declares it with these words: “a Necrosword, courtesy of the Asgardian goddess of death”. In the...
    It’s been eight years since the movie was released “Thor: The Dark World”. The second film dedicated to Thor is one of the films that fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have forgotten the most, despite the fact that it would have some importance within the arc of the Infinity Saga due to the explanation given of the Soul Stone. However, it is still part of the MCU, and consequently, some of the events of that movie continue to be referenced. It is also known that it is a film that went through some difficulties. After director Patty Jenkins (who years later would direct “Wonder Woman”) left the project, the director of the series “Game of Thrones”, Alan Taylor, he was hired to shoot the film but ended up being left out of the editing room when deciding what to leave and what to remove from the film. In a new interview, Taylor has spoken about “his original version”, what we could almost be the “Taylor Cut”, but which obviously we will never get to see. The filmmaker...
    One truth in the world of blockbusters is that studios have a habit of stepping in if they feel their investment is at risk. Today the studio that we all talk about most often is Warner and the fact that there is more than one Snyder Cut or the existence of the Yesterday Cut, which we may never see, is given as an example. Subscribe here to Disney Plus In the world of superhero cinema there is a studio that is also very famous for imposing its vision yes or yes. Needless to say, we are talking about Marvel. There is no doubt that the success of this study is due to Kevin Feige. If the MCU exists it is because he has been forging what is going to happen in each movie and how they are going to connect with each other. The problem with this is that it involves having directors who match your vision. More than one director has had to abandon that ship when they realized that Marvel is not interested in making films that adhere...
    One truth in the world of blockbusters is that studios have a habit of stepping in if they feel their investment is at risk. Today the studio that we all talk about most often is Warner and the fact that there is more than one Snyder Cut or the existence of the Yesterday Cut, which we may never see, is given as an example. Subscribe here to Disney Plus In the world of superhero cinema there is a studio that is also very famous for imposing its vision yes or yes. Needless to say, we are talking about Marvel. There is no doubt that the success of this study is due to Kevin Feige. If the MCU exists it is because he has been forging what is going to happen in each movie and how they are going to connect with each other. The problem with this is that it involves having directors who match your vision. More than one director has had to abandon that ship when they realized that Marvel is not interested in making films that adhere...
    Thor: The Dark World is probably one of the worst movies in the Marvel Studios Cinematic Universe, but its director assures that there is a different version. Alan Taylor is the director of some of the best episodes of the series Game of Thrones, that’s why he gained a lot of fame and signed to make some films that could be a tremendous success but ended up disappointing, such as Thor: The Dark World (2013) and Terminator: Genesis (2015). Now he has revealed interesting details of his version of the second installment of the God of Thunder of Marvel studios. In a recent interview, Alan Taylor revealed details of the rough cut he had done: “Kevin Feige was always smart to look at what worked and what didn’t work in the last iteration and try to rearrange it from there. So I came to bring some Game of Thrones to Marvel Studios. “ “The version I started with had more childish wonders. There was this image of children, which started it all. There was a slightly more magical quality....
    (CNN)What sets "What If...?", Marvel's newest show on Disney+, apart from previous offerings "WandaVision," "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" and "Loki" is that, while they all spin-off from the Marvel films and feature actors reprising their roles, "What If...?" is animated. It's still set in the same interconnected Marvel Cinematic Universe, though. Sort of. Roy SchwartzDebuting Wednesday, the premise of the show, executive produced and directed by Bryan Andrews, is this: an alien named Uatu, part of an ancient race called the Watchers (briefly seen in 2017's "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2"), observes and records events on Earth -- presumably, the same Earth the Marvel movies take place in. But he can also peer into alternate timelines and parallel dimensions, including our own. Like the comic book series it's based on, the show breaks the fourth wall, with Uatu introducing each episode's scenario. Each of the nine 30-minute episodes follows a different path from the familiar chain of events, branching off from a key moment where one thing happened differently. Some realities remain similar, others are greatly...
    Actor Idris Elba has played Heimdall since Thor (2011) and believes the character should have more of a run at Marvel Studios. The character of Heimdall interpreted by Idris Elba has always been a secondary luxury in the movies of ThorWe could also see him die in Avengers: Infinity War at the hands of Thanos right after sending to Hulk to the earth. So, it should not appear in the next movies of Marvel studiosLuckily the actor is more than willing to return. Now, Idris Elba is the protagonist of The Suicide Squad of James Gunn, where he plays the villain Bloodsport and in a recent interview promoting the movie of Dc comics, has commented on his possible return to Marvel studios. Since according to him, in the superhero genre everything is possible. “I think the limitations of the superhero universe type are zero, so anything is possible.” Idris Elba said. “I think Heimdall is an amazing character and he still exists.” The “multiverse” could be the solution. Marvel studios is exploring the multiverse, since we have been able...
    Thor: Love and Thunder is going to fly to become one of the most watched movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in its new stage, all thanks to the good taste of Thor: Ragnarok – 92% in viewers. Through social networks, new images of Christian Bale are disseminated on the filming set, this time characterized as Gorr, the butcher of gods, his character in the film. What kinds of trouble will it cause the popular God of Thunder? Subscribe here to Disney Plus When Christian bale was announced as part of the cast of Love and thunder not everyone was surprised. The 47-year-old actor already worked in superhero movies several years before as Batman, and only those who live under a stone do not know or remember that famous interpretation. Now Bale He hands over his talents to Marvel Studios and promises to be an appreciative villain in the sprawling saga. Thor is the first Marvel Studios superhero to get his fourth solo film. Thor: Ragnarok accomplished wonders in 2017 and Marvel Studios is not about to squander the potential...
    New photos arrive from the filming of Thor: Love and Thunder and we can see what Christian Bale will look like as the great villain. Since it was announced that Christian bale will play Gorr, the butcher of the gods in Thor: Love and Thunder There has been a lot of emotion to know what the actor has prepared for this villain of Marvel studios. Based on the comics, Gorr is an extraterrestrial being with gray skin who will obtain a weapon capable of killing any being in the Marvel Studios Cinematic Universe, this includes Thor, Zeus or other beings that consider themselves Gods. As we can see below, what it will look like Christian bale he is spectacular and is sure to become one of the franchise’s favorite villains. The first look at Christian Bale as Gorr the God Butcher in Thor: Love and Thunder! Filming has resumed in Malibu (via Daily Mail) pic.twitter.com/2RHo4zG1VJ – Thor: Love and Thunder News (@lovethundernews) August 4, 2021 What do you think? Leave us your comments below. Here we leave you the...
    Sylvie and Loki are at odds in the "Loki" season one finale. Their inability to come to an agreement puts the Sacred timeline in jeopardy. Chuck Zlotnick/Marvel Studios Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for "Loki." The season-one finale ends with Loki horrified to find himself in an alternate version of the TVA. Don't be surprised if we start seeing alternate universes in upcoming Marvel movies. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The "Loki" finale just turned the Marvel Cinematic Universe upside down and it may never be the same. The "sacred timeline" the Time Variance Authority (TVA) swore to protect has been compromised and the show ended with over 60 alternate realities starting to branch off from the main one we've followed since the MCU began. A visibly shaken Loki (Tom Hiddleston) was horrified to find he landed in some alternate TVA that's likely in a completely different universe, one that may not be overseen by a benevolent ruler. If you were left wondering what was going on at the end of episode six, let's unpack...
    Chris Hemsworth in "Thor: Ragnarok." Disney/Marvel Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for episode five of Marvel's "Loki." The latest episode of the Disney+ series featured a brief voice cameo from Chris Hemsworth. Hemsworth voiced a Thor variant known as Frog Thor, or Throg, from the comics.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Chris Hemsworth had a brief voice cameo on the most recent episode of Marvel's "Loki," and you probably missed it. The latest episode centered on Loki (played by Tom Hiddleston) getting pruned and waking up in The Void, a wasteland at the end of time where the Time Variance Authority sends branched realities to be devoured by a looming beast known as Alioth. There, Loki met several other variants of himself including Kid Loki (Jack Veal), Classic Loki (Richard E. Grant), Boastful Loki (DeObia Oparei), and breakout star Alligator Loki.  Loki met more variants of himself on episode five. Marvel Studios The Void was filled with plenty of Easter eggs that eagle-eyed fans noticed, like Doctor Strange's Sanctum Sanctorum, and the Thanos Copter. Frog Thor,...
    Disney has confirmed that the main character in its upcoming Marvel superhero series, Loki, is classified as “gender fluid,” thanks to one small detail in a promotional video. The determination flashes by the screen quickly, but in Disney’s latest Twitter tease for the debut of the series on Disney +, a file folder outlining Loki’s (Tom Hiddleston) vital statistics can be seen. If fans look closely and quickly, a line reading “sex” followed by the word “fluid” can be seen on the stat sheet. POV: Youve just arrived at the TVA ὗ Marvel Studios #Loki starts streaming Wednesday on @DisneyPlus. pic.twitter.com/fhP2pWvOz5 — Loki (@LokiOfficial) June 6, 2021 Until now, the status of Loki’s sexual identity has not been explored in the Marvel Universe of superhero movies and TV properties. However, the character has been shown as gender fluid in the Marvel comics. Loki, the Asgardian God of Mischief and brother to the Mighty Thor, has been portrayed as “Lady Loki” in the comics after the troublesome god inhabited a female body that was meant for the spirit of Lady Sif....
    Marvel bosses are reportedly not happy with director Taika Waititi after viral photos of him making out with actress Tessa Thompson and singer Rita Ora were released. An insider close to production of Waititi’s “Thor: Love and Thunder” movie reportedly said the actions shown in the threesome make out photos were “not exactly the image they’re looking to project in relation to one of their biggest franchises,” The Daily Telegraph reported in a piece published Wednesday. The post was noted by the Independent. Taika Waititi Rita Ora and Tessa Thompson were photographed just chillin and making out a bit…. But Its all love… pic.twitter.com/O1pCkkX8qE — Robby Robb (@RobNYNova1) May 27, 2021 The source reportedly went on to say that even though the director is known for being a “party animal,” the viral snaps reportedly “crossed a line” for Marvel. The director, “Thor: Ragnarok” actress and superstar British singer made headlines last week after pictures of the three getting cozy at Waititi’s home in Sydney surfaced on the internet. (RELATED: Marvel Unveils Details For Phase Four Superhero Films, Reveals Natalie Portman To...
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