Tag: MARVEL COMICS
Wonder Woman opened to stellar reviews this weekend and will no doubt be a huge financial hit. In honor of the Princess of the Amazons being the one to break the DCEU losing streak, Cinelinx looks back at the history of live-action superhero TV shows and movies with female leading characters.
The trailer recently came out for the upcoming Netflix Defenders series, and it looks like it should be fun. However, shared universe projects cane easily go awry. Cinelinx looks at 7 things the Defenders needs to avoid in order to make this work.
About 3 weeks ago Jason wrote a story that The New Warriors live action comedy TV series was coming to FreeForm (read story here). At the time the only character announced to be on the team was Squirrel Girl. Well true believers Marvel has just released the full team lineup of the group so without further ado let’s check out that line up!
Marvel has some great comic book villains. Although people have complained that the cinematic interpretations of Marvel villains in the MCU have been mostly lackluster--which they have been--there have been a few fun Marvel bad guys who buck the trend. Aside from the Disney MCU, we have bad guys from the Fox films and the Netflix shows. Here are five well-done live-action villains appearing on Marvel shows or films.
Marvel’s latest Netflix show Iron Fist was released yesterday and it’s gotten punched in the gut by critics, receiving a paltry 17 % fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and a somewhat higher 37% on Metacritic. Is it really that bad? Cinelinx break down the show to see if it’s as dismal as advertised and if so, what went wrong. (Spoilers ahead)
Samuel L. Jackson is a very busy actor, having starred in over 20 movies in the past five years. However, one movie he won’t be appearing in is Marvel’s upcoming Black Panther film…and he’s not happy about that!
Ouch! Advance reviews for the first Six episode of the upcoming Netflix super hero show Iron Fist are so bad, it has a 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. While not all the reviews are in yet, it’s currently the worst reviewed super hero show ever.
With Logan getting such great reviews, it’s become one of the best received comic book adaptations ever, both with fans and critics. Is this film good enough to be considered in the same class as The Dark Knight, and overcome the label of being a “super hero movie”?
There have been four not-so-fantastic attempts to bring Marvel’s Fantastic Four to the big screen. After so many failures, is there still hope for this foursome as a film franchise? Without even a comic book on the market to help promote it, is there any hope for a future FF film or is the damage already done?
Will DC’s Aquaman have some seafaring competition? According to Reel News Hawaii, he will. Is Namor the Sub-Mariner heading to the big screen?