The up and coming End Game is going to be the fourth Avengers film and I thought this was the perfect opportunity to take a look at the main character posters for each film. How we have plenty more within the Universe and how they have changed.
I actually think I love the End game one the most, Inifity War is a little bit disappointing I feel. Age of Ultron shows how crazy the film was going to be.
I thought it was about time to take a little look back at the world of film a whole decade ago, yes really we have had Heath Ledger’s Joker for that long now! I was seriously hoping for a re-release at the cinema in all honesty, felt it would have been perfect to celebrate the 10th anniversary.
I am going to take a look at some of the films that I enjoyed most from 2008, this might be looking back to having seen them for the first time at the cinema or just catching up with them later. It’s actually quite scary when you look back 10 years and not realise which films were actually released then and we can now call old. I would think most of them are standing the test of time pretty well in all honesty.
Set several months after the events of Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker is still very excited about his experience with the Avengers and wants to do a lot more. Tony Stark attempts to mentor the teenager and wants him to be the man on the ground in New York City but also still attend school and have a normal life.
I must have been under a rock for the past week as totally missed watching this new trailer for Civil War! The build up surrounding this film really has been huge and I am rather excited about it in all honesty. The Marvel Universe has been pretty disappointing recently and I am hoping this will bring it back up the high levels they have set in the past for the different films!
Nice to see they have eventually brought Spider-Man into the same Universe and that was a nice way to end this trailer. Which also made me book my midnight screening ticket, luckily off work that week.
Throughout the history of cinema, there have been famous duos: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid; Han and Luke (or Han and Chewie for that matter); Doc Brown and Marty McFly; Jake and Elwood Blues. The pairings go on and on (and actually, this list sums up a lot of the best ones).
For most of the famous duos in cinema, there’s an iconic status that comes into play. We love these duos not just because they were great together on screen but because their projects have stood the test of time and now resonate as classics. That makes it a little harder to determine who the lasting, impactful duos of modern cinema will be. But in the spirit of a certain goofy movie about male models coming out soon, let’s take a stab at it anyway…