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More People Watched Moon Knight Than Hawkeye, But Loki Is Still The King

In the first five days of its premiere, from Wednesday to Sunday, more Disney+ subscribers watched “Moon Knight” than “Hawkeye,” the next-most-recent streaming series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Yet the star power of Oscar Isaac wasn’t quite enough to bait more eyes to the platform than “Loki,” which remains the most-watched premiere for […]

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Khonshu Has Blessed Moon Knight With A ‘Certified Fresh’ Rating On Rotten Tomatoes

The Disney+ era of live-action Marvel series is now five for five: “Moon Knight” has officially reached Certified Fresh status on review aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes. The show joins “WandaVision,” “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” “Loki,” and “Hawkeye” in the designation, which signifies acclaim across the board with over 20 positive reviews. Additionally, the […]

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Critics Choice Super Awards: ‘Spider-Man,’ ‘Justice League’ Among Film Nominees; ‘Evil,’ ‘Midnight Mass’ Lead TV

The Critics Choice Association announced the nominations for the 2nd annual Critics Choice Super Awards, honoring the most popular, fan-obsessed genres across film and television.Destin Daniel Cretton’s “Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” and Jon Watts’ “

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How Hawkeye Finally Gave Clint Barton Closure

Once Marvel Studios added Disney+ streaming to its storytelling arsenal, fans were quick to recognize the sheer potential of giving main characters who otherwise received the short end of the stick a longer, more extended spotlight than the movies would otherwise allow. Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), though embodying popular characters who have […]

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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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Here’s How Many Episodes The Book Of Boba Fett Will Run

The introduction of the Disney+ streaming service, as recently celebrated in this year’s Disney+ Day, immediately created a whole new set of storytelling possibilities for the many, many properties under the studio’s umbrella. The unveiling of “The Mandalorian” on the very first day of the streaming platform’s launch proved to be a massive hit, conditioning […]

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Anthony Mackie Set to Return for ‘Captain America 4’

Anthony Mackie will officially suit up in Marvel Studios’ upcoming “Captain America 4” movie, co-written by “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” head writer Malcolm Spellman.Mackie first appeared as Sam Wilson (aka the Falcon) in 2014’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” and reprised the role in five subsequent movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After […]

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‘Loki’ Pulls Further Ahead in Nielsen Ratings Report

“Loki” is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so the fact that it was a viewership success every time a new episode dropped is unlikely to surprise anyone. What might turn heads, however, is just how popular “Loki” was compared to every other streaming television show on the market during the Disney+ show’s release window.The […]

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‘Loki’ and ‘Lucifer’ Ratings Hold Strong on Nielsen’s Latest Streaming Report

It was another banner week for “Loki” and “Lucifer,” which have been dominating the streaming television market by viewership for several weeks.The latest viewership report from Nielsen stated that “Loki,” the Tom Hiddleston-led Disney+ show, was viewed for 713 million minutes from June 21 through June 27, making it the most-viewed streaming show of that […]

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‘Why Women Kill’s’ Veronica Falcon on Beating the Odds as a Foreign Actor on American TV

Veronica Falcon has had quite the 2021 — and we’re only halfway through it. This year alone the actress has created eye-catching characters in the Paramount+ series “Why Women Kill” and HBO’s “Perry Mason,” as well as made a very brief appearance in Disney’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.” But while Falcon is getting […]

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