Josh Brolin is a fantastic actor. He knows what he does and doesn’t want. And the real reason he played Thanos is because of what he didn’t want.
Thanos was one of the single greatest villains ever seen on the big screen. Is it possible to top a villain like that? Luckily, Marvel has a few options.
To the contrary of what the Russo Brothers want the Marvel faithful to believe, the Infinity Stones will not be making a comeback. Ever.
This is definitely not the last record this movie will set. Mark that down.
Not even its amazing character work is enough to save the day. This one is going to hurt a little.
With Avengers: Endgame less than a month away, and time travel most likely playing a key role in its story, here’s a quick recap
Avengers: Infinity War is the culmination of what the Marvel Cinematic Universe has built the past decade. Marvel has introduced 18 movies, developed countless superheroes, and created 10 years worth of storytelling that have all led to this ambitious crossover comic-book movie, arguably the best of all-time.
The endgame mojo isn’t stopping any time soon. Thanos just made a stop to dominate the UK.
While Thanos was the villainous focus of ‘Infinity War,’ there may be three other people that can be considered “the bad guy.”
There are so many references so let’s just focus on what Peter Cottontail left behind. Here are 20 of the biggest Cadburys.
Continuing our journey in the MCU, we walk through Phase 3 to see what got us to the ‘Endgame’. And it’s a lot.
Marvel Studios has proven they know how to make and promote movies. Now, they’ve proven how to plan for global domination with Phase 4.
Benedict Cumberbatch is no stranger to acting. Despite all his accolades, what he did in ‘Avengers: Endgame’ may be his crowning achievement.
Float like a butterfly,
Sting like a bee,
A three-hour film,
Bet you don’t go pee!
Welcome to the inaugural post for the ‘RetroLight’ Awards. Who wins? Brolin. For what? Take a look inside. And grab your popcorn!