With the imminent release of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and following the multiversal hi-jinks of Spider-Man: No Way Home, the lines between the canon MCU films and the other ‘legacy’ films are becoming more and more blurred and in the upcoming Doctor Strange sequel it appears Patrick Stewart’s Professor Charles Xavier is about to make a return.
To honour this, I thought I would whittle down the 60+ films based on Marvel Comics to just the top 5. That’s 1998’s Blade all the way through to Spider-Man: No Way Home.
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19 films and billions of dollars later, the MCU has led us here. A decade of plot threads and stories has built up to Infinity War, so it’s not surprising that it just might be the biggest film of all time.
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After his scene-stealing appearance in Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man gets his own film. About time! Said no one, this being the character’s 6th solo film.
Have director Jon Watts (Cop Car) and star Tom Holland done enough to differentiate themselves from previous incarnations of the famous wall crawler?
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“We try to save as many people as we can. Sometimes that doesn’t mean everybody, but you don’t give up.” I hope Zack Synder and the rest of the DCU people are watching because they could learn a thing or two from Captain America: Civil War. When I think about DC’s filmic offerings this year, […]
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