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The Real Reason Jessica Henwick Turned Down A Role In Shang-Chi

If you’ve already re-entered the Matrix this week, you know Jessica Henwick’s Bugs is on her way to becoming a fan-favorite character within the sci-fi franchise. In “The Matrix Resurrections,” blue-haired Bugs is a rebellious new leader who has a special connection to Neo (Keanu Reeves) and his simulation alter ego, Thomas Anderson. Henwick recently […]

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Tony Leung Chiu-Wai Chinese-Propaganda Blockbuster Eyes 2022 Release

Tony Leung Chiu-wai will follow up his turn as the controversial patriarch Wenwu in “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” with a lead role in Bona Film Group’s next patriotic juggernaut: the World War II-era spy thriller “Anonymous,” which just wrapped shooting this week.The movie is the third installment of Bona’s “China Victory […]

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Hawkeye Episode 6 Credits Scene Explained: The Most Important MCU Moment In Years?!

Spoilers abound for episode 6 of “Hawkeye.”Last night’s series finale of “Hawkeye” put a bow on an incredibly busy year for Marvel Studios’ superhero output. Things first kicked off in January with “WandaVision,” eventually leading to the debuts of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” “Loki,” “Black Widow,” “What If…?,” “Shang-Chi and the Legend of […]

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Kevin Feige Thinks Marvel Studios Films Are The Victims Of “Genre Bias” During Awards Season

For more than a decade now, Marvel Studios films have dominated the box office. They’ve even (mostly) earned rave reviews from just about every critic. And yet, outside of the rare technical category nomination, the Academy Awards have snubbed the superhero film studio. That is, until “Black Panther” earned seven nominations a few years ago. […]

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‘Shang-Chi’ Sequel in the Works with Filmmaker Destin Daniel Cretton

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings director Destin Daniel Cretton is staying in the Marvel fold, with the filmmaker signing an overall deal with Marvel Studios and Hulu’s Onyx Collective. The deal allows him to produce projects for television for both.Cretton is also developing a sequel to Shang-Chi, the well-regarded superhero movie that […]

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What Were the Number-One Movies and TV Shows of 2021? We May Never Find Out.

IndieWire turns 25 this year. To mark the occasion, we’re running a series of essays about the future of everything we cover.What is the number-one movie of 2021? We may never know. It could be Marvel’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”; at $224 million, its domestic gross is the year’s biggest to […]

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Simu Liu Brings Plenty Of Confidence To Saturday Night Live’s Stuffed But Satisfying Thanksgiving Episode

This weekend, “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” star Simu Liu arrived on “Saturday Night Live” and proudly announced himself as the first Chinese host on the show to be the fourth Chinese host on the show (see what he did there?). It was actually a preview of one of the funniest sketches of […]

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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Could Let Sony Beat Disney at Its Own Marvel Box Office Game

For Marvel, this has been a year both decent (“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings”) and disappointing (“Eternals”), but Sony’s December 17 opening of “Spider-Man: No Way Home” could end 2021 on a major upswing. It could also suggest a Marvel revolution that begins (yes) at home.Let’s assume that “No Way Home” grosses […]

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‘No Time to Die’ Sweeps VOD Charts as Netflix Originals Dominate the Streamer’s Top 10

Exhibitors who still believe that studios might settle on a 45-day minimum on theatrical exclusivity saw their hopes crushed by “No Time to Die.” A month after its release, United Artists debuted the title on Premium VOD at $19.99. The timing parallels Universal’s 31-day strategy for films that open over $50 million.As anticipated, the latest […]

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Venom Becomes Second Movie Of The Year To Pass $200 Million At The Domestic Box Office

If you had said two years ago that “Venom: Let Their Be Carnage” would wind up being the second-highest-grossing domestic release of the year you might have been laughed out of the middle school cafeteria. Yet here we are, as Deadline reports that the Sony Pictures Spider-Verse film has become only the second movie of […]

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