Welcome to One Year Later, a new series where we examine popular, newsworthy, divisive or misunderstood movies one year after they’ve been released to see how they’ve fared in an extended re-review. Our first entry comes from the 2017 smash hit film Thor Ragnarok, directed by Taika Watiti. The film was met with critical acclaim and made boatloads of money, $853, 977,126 worldwide to be … Continue reading One Year Later: ‘Thor Ragnarok’ – ScreenHub Entertainment
Spoilers for Avengers Infinity War, but if you haven’t seen it by now we figure you’re just not that interested.
Infinity War starts things off with a bang, with Thanos attacking, killing half of the Asgardian refugees and claiming the Space Stone for himself. Victims of this cleansing include Idris Elba’s Heimdall and Tom Hiddleston’s Loki. The deaths definitely set the stage for the rest of the film tonally, as it proved that no one will be safe this time around. But upon rewatching the movie at home, I began to wonder if there was more to Loki’s death than meets the eye.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that Jared Leto would star in a film about Morbius the Living Vampire, the sometimes villain, sometimes anti-hero character from the Spider-Man comics. The film is set to be directed by Daniel Espinosa, who most recently worked on Life. The news came just days after it was revealed that Sony was also considering going ahead with a Silk spinoff, another character from the Spider-Man roster and who actually has already appeared in the MCU with Spider-Man: Homecoming in a way. With Venom on the horizon and word of a potential Silver Sable and Black Cat film in the works, one has to wonder if all these Spider-Man related films can work in a universe without Spider-Man?
Avengers: Infinity War is in theaters now and it’s blowing audiences away. It’s been ten years for the MCU now and six years since Thanos was revealed to be the mastermind behind the New York Attack. Well, Thanos is finally here and he’s not messing around. Things went down in the third Avengers film and some of it audiences likely didn’t see coming. The board has been reset and what comes next is anybody’s guess at this point. But in the midst of all the turmoil, some questions arise that will likely be answered in the untitled fourth Avengers film.
Disclaimer: This post contains hard spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War and potential spoilers for Avengers 4 and Captain Marvel. Also, none of this should be taken as fact, it is all purely speculation as to what the end-credit scene for Infinity War may mean. Last Thursday, Avengers: Infinity War stormed into theatres and left fans stunned (though not necessarily for the right reasons). The film, ending on a massive cliffhanger for Avengers 4 (which … Continue reading [SPOILERS] How The ‘Infinity War’ End-Credit Scene Sets Up ‘Avengers 4’! – ScreenHub Entertainment
Directed by the Russo Brothers (Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War), and starring an all-star cast including Robert Downey Jr. (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Chaplin), Scarlett Johansson (Lost In Translation, Isle of Dogs), Josh Brolin (Deadpool 2, Sicario), and Mark Ruffalo (Begin Again, Spotlight), Avengers: Infinity War draws in the best in the business to create the biggest film of all time. The lead-up … Continue reading ‘Avengers: Infinity’ War Spoiler-Free Review – ScreenHub Entertainment
(Disclaimer: This post contains spoilers for every MCU film other than Guardians of The Galaxy 2, Iron Man 2 & 3, Ant-Man, and Thor but only under the headings of the title of each film.) Avengers: Infinity War has been 10 years, 17 films, and 21 seasons of TV in the making and, in case you haven’t been keeping up to date on it all, I have compiled … Continue reading A Quick Run-Down Of Vital MCU Events Leading Up To Infinity War – ScreenHub Entertainment
Avengers Infinity War is almost upon us and everyone seems to be talking about it. A film ten years in the making, people seem legitimately worried about the livelihood of some of these heroes and directors Joe and Anthony Russo aren’t helping, promising that no one is safe for this film. The MCU has been criticized for being “too safe” and “easy” in the past, but it looks like all that is about to go out the window now that Thanos is on the scene. Heck, they won’t even reveal the title of the fourth Avenger film for fear of upsetting people, as they stated fans should be worried. With all that mind in, let’s take a speculative look at who’s most likely to permanently bite the dust in the upcoming blockbuster epic.
Marvel’s Agent Carter debuted 3 years ago and ran for only two seasons before being cancelled, not by Marvel, but by ABC. Since then, there have been many movements to get Agent Carter to return to the screen. Kevin Feige has commented that he would ‘love to see Peggy return in a movie or a third season’ and Hayley Atwell consistently hints at her return … Continue reading 3 Ways We Could See Agent Carter Return To The MCU – ScreenHub Entertainment
The hype for Avengers Infinity War is rising tremendously and all eyes are on the film’s villain, Thanos. The directors, the Russo Brothers, have stated that the villain is the lead character and that he’s a deeply layered character. We’re going to hold them to that as we want Thanos to be one of the best villains in the franchise. We already wrote about we think are the best villains in the MCU, now it’s time for the other end of the spectrum. Marvel is notorious for producing one dimensional and bland villains, so compiling a short list was easier said than done. Of course, we want to know if you agree with our lists and who would be on yours. Without further ago, here are the worst MCU villains to date according to Screenhub Entertainment!