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Doctor Strange’s Multiverse Of Madness Isn’t Nearly As Impressive As Miles Morales’ Spider-Verse

Warning: This article contains Major Spoilers for “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.””Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” finally brings the concept of the multiverse to the MCU after a long lead-up that sort of started in “WandaVision” (until Ralph Bohner ruined that) and then carried over to the surprisingly great “What If…?” […]

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Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Is The Most Gruesome Marvel Movie Yet

Sam Raimi is a director who has been primarily known for two things throughout his illustrious career: horror and superhero movies. The man behind “The Evil Dead” and the original “Spider-Man” trilogy is a master of his craft and, even though he’s accomplished much outside of these genres (see “The Quick and the Dead“), these […]

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Sam Raimi and Danny Elfman Reflect on How Marvel Universe Has ‘Exploded’ Since ‘Spider-Man’

It has been 20 years since Sam Raimi‘s “Spider-Man” changed Hollywood forever, proving that the superhero movie genre offers the opportunity for massive box-office success while also garnering critical appreciation.“The world that they’ve created since ‘Spider-Man,’ which is the last time we have worked on a Marvel film together, look what’s happened! It’s exploded! It’s […]

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Every Major Cameo In Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness, Ranked

After “Spider-Man: No Way Home” delivered multiverse mayhem that brought together the heroes and villains of the “Spider-Man” film franchises that came before it, anticipation was high for what kind of shenanigans were in store for “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.” Not only does the Marvel Studios title clearly state that we’ll be caught […]

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Doctor Strange 2 Director Sam Raimi Says He Made A Marvel Movie First, And A Sam Raimi Movie Second [Exclusive]

After revolutionizing the superhero movie genre twenty years ago with the seminal “Spider-Man,” acclaimed filmmaker Sam Raimi returns to theaters this summer with another tale of suspense based on another Marvel Comics hero. This time around, rather than swinging around New York City with the friendly neighborhood web-slinger, the modern horror master is applying his […]

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Arthouses Fight to Survive Pandemic: ‘Everyone Says It’s Dead But It Never Is’

Audiences and exhibitors may have been cheering the Spider-Man movie for months, but 2022’s most emotional theatrical experience so far is watching Greg Laemmle struggle with the fate of his family’s eponymous arthouse business in the documentary “Only in Theaters.”Premiered at the Santa Barbara Intl. Film Festival in March, “Only” inevitably focuses on the 84-year-old […]

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Superhero Bits: Thor: Love And Thunder Poster, Josh Brolin On Almost Becoming Batman & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)In this edition of Superhero Bits:”Thor: Love and […]

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‘Jackass Forever,’ ‘Moonfall’ Aim to Take Down ‘Spider-Man’ at the Box Office

Will this be the weekend that “Jackass Forever” and director Roland Emmerich’s disaster epic “Moonfall” certainly hope that’s the case. After an excruciatingly slow January at the movies, one that let “Spider-Man” tower over the competition for weeks, the two nationwide releases will try their hand at getting audiences to multiplexes.“Jackass Forever,” the fourth installment […]

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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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