And so here we are… at the end. A journey that’s encompassed 10 years, 22 movies (and counting) and rewrote the rules of franchise filmmaking
Avengers: Endgame is released at the end of next week and big changes could be on the cards for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Chris Evans
The first Iron Man and The Avengers aside, there was a distinct feeling by 2014 that the MCU was somewhat of a one trick pony.
Batten down the hatches, tighten those Web-shooters and charge up that arc reactor, because with a resounding “ding” Marvel’s 13th entry in it’s ever expanding
Bottom line? The Avengers simply shouldn’t have worked. No, seriously, why should it have? Slamming characters together from multiple franchises either means said franchise is
In a series of films that have contained a suit of techno-armour wearing one percenter, a raging id monster and a hammer throwing Norse God,