Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan have a history of collaboration that goes far beyond Wakanda, having worked together on Fruitvale Station and Creed.
Imagine you were a sculptor who also had a job at an L.A. comics shop, and you sold these cute little monster sculptures you made at the register.
Star Wars actor Oscar Isaac hasn’t been shy about his affection for the fan pairing of his character, Poe, with John Boyega’s Finn.
Terry Crews’ case against William Morris Endeavor agent Adam Venit is now being reviewed by the L.A. County District Attorney’s office, and when Crews attended the Esquire 2018 Mavericks of Hollywood party, he had a lot to say about the frustrating nature of his situation.
Happy Black History Month! For each of the 28 days of February, we at The Mary Sue will have a post about a black woman you should know about—some you may have heard of, some a little bit more obscure, and some fictional who still deserve a lot of love. ‘Girlfriend of the forces’ Una Marson (1905 -1965) broadcasting to British troops in the West Indies from a theatre in London, 23rd February 1942.
[Spoilers for the live action Fullmetal Alchemist] The long-running saga of Fullmetal Alchemist, told in manga and anime, is one of the best-known properties of its kind, with ardent fans who have loved it for whole decades.
This post originally appeared on Early Bird Books. It has been republished here with permission. Though Valentine’s Day typically evokes the idea of celebrating romantic relationships, it is slowly but surely evolving to include friendship as well, with the cheesy, yet appropriate, identifier: Galentine’s Day.
It’s hard to believe that Black Panther could be any more a perfect nugget of a film than it already is, but apparently one of the best-acted scenes in the film, an absolute favorite of director Ryan Coogler’s, nonetheless had to be cut from the movie.
Minnie Driver has long been outspoken on issues of sexual harassment and assault, both within Hollywood and without, as well as speaking openly about her own experiences with assault.
Netflix has dropped the new trailer for Lost In Space, their upcoming adaptation of the 1960s science fiction series.
Jennifer Lawrence is annoyed at people who are making an issue about her wearing a dress for her London photocall premiere, while her male co-stars were all in coats, boots, and other “weather appropriate” wear.
Cover for Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #11, by Amy Reeder Black-ish and Grown-ish executive producers Laurence Fishburne and Helen Sugland, along with Cinema Gypsy Productions and Marvel Animation, are working on an animated series based on the Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur comic book series.
Megan Fox recently had an interview with E!, about both her family life and how she balances work with raising three sons, but also, in her usual blunt way, coming down on Hollywood and the “glamour” people associate it with.
Marvel and DC movies tend to get compared a lot because, really, there’s no other meaningful point of comparison for cinematic superhero movie universes of this scale.
April 3? April 3. April 3 is real. EverYthinG else is……… you. r delusion. #LegionFX pic.twitter.com/cTfZTDcBWY — Legion (@LegionFX) February 20, 2018 The latest teaser for Legion very smartly draws on one of the show’s biggest strengths: Aubrey Plaza.
#WakandaForever pic.twitter.com/CmJySoHFjB — Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) February 21, 2018 Black Panther director Ryan Coogler has a whole lot to be happy about these days.
Annihilation is one of those films with a concept that seems like it’s right up my alley, so I’ve been excited about it since it was announced.
Tiffany Haddish was the undeniable breakout star of last year’s Girls’ Trip (not to mention The Carmichael Show before that), and despite being snubbed by Golden Globes and Oscars voters, her career isn’t slowing down anytime soon.
You can finally watch Thor: Ragnarok in the comfort of your own home, and the digital edition comes chockful of bloopers, shorts, and deleted scenes—including one with…Yondu?
So, when I said “tomorrow” at the end of my first Cloverfield article, what I really meant was when I damn well feel like it.