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Turkish Spider-Man Film, 3 Dev Adam, Gets Documentary

There’ve been a lot of adaptations of Marvel’s Spider-Man over the years, particularly in live-action. One that you might not know about released in 1973, and because it’s turning 50 years old in November, a new documentary is aiming to shed some light on the cult film.This Week's Toys Are Straight From a Multiverse of Marketing MadnessFilm historian Ed Glaser, who previously found the last 35mm print of The Man Who Saves the World (aka, “the Turkish Star Wars”) has released another mini-documentary for his “Deja View”…

Marvel Releases Map, Trailer for X-Men Comic Event

Location-wise, superheroes tend to operate in two modes. Either they’re firmly in one city, with occasional stops at other places nearby, or they’re gallivanting around basically anywhere in the world (or galaxy, in some cases). It can be dizzying sometimes, to the point that you might need a map to keep track of everyone—and fortunately, Marvel’s done just that for the X-Men.She-Hulk: Attorney at Law Episode 9 Finale ReviewWith Fall of X in July, things are set to go pretty bad for the mutants and their island nation of…

Sonic Prime Gets Season 2 Trailer Ahead of July Premiere

Image: WildBrain Studios/NetflixMultiverses have been all the rage as of late, to the point that even Sega got in on it with its iconic mascot, Sonic the Hedgehog. In last year’s Sonic Prime series for Netflix, the Blue Blur (voiced by Devon Mack) ended up breaking the Paradox Prism, which in turn created an assortment of alternate realities collectively dubbed the “Shatterverse.” While hopping from reality to reality and meeting new versions of his friends like Tails (Ashleigh Bell) and Amy (Shannon Chan-Kent), Sonic

Across the Spider-Verse Sounds Like Another Animation Nightmare

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is hard to describe to those who haven’t seen it. The huge amount of characters on the screen at any time, the beauty of its composition, the kinetics of its action, the sheer variety of its artistry—it’s a stunning visual achievement. And, as we’ve seen far too often recently, this achievement seems to have come at a major cost to the animators that created that beauty, both literally and figuratively.io9 Interview: Oscar Isaac Was 'All In' on Moon KnightWith information gleaned from…

Secret Invasion’s Olivia Colman Reveals Her Marvel Fandom

Sure, winning an Oscar is huge for an actor—but making your Marvel Cinematic Universe debut is also kind of a biggie. While we were thrilled when Olivia Colman was cast in Disney+ series Secret Invasion, we did sort of wonder why she wanted to sign on. Now we know: she’s a fan, too.Sony's Morbius is a Messy Void“I’ve been asking if I can join for ages,” Colman told the Hollywood Reporter in a joint interview with co-star Samuel L. Jackson, who stars as Nick Fury on the series.I’ve been phoning my agent. I have loved

Cobie Smulders Has Thoughts About Secret Invasion Premiere

Although the first episode of Marvel’s Secret Invasion series only premiered Wednesday, people can’t stop talking about its, um, final moments. Maria Hill, who’s been played by Cobie Smulders since 2012's The Avengers, has weighed in on what she thinks happened. The news has already pervaded most of the nerdernet, but just in case you’re lucky enough not to know...Behind the Choice of the New Black Panther Maria Hill, right-hand woman to Nick Fury, has died, shot in the gut by a renegade Skrull masquerading as her friend…

15 Dragon Ball Movies Kamehameha Their Way Onto Crunchyroll

The cinematic adventures of Goku, Vegeta, and the rest of the Z Warriors are (cha la) heading (cha la) to Crunchyroll. The anime streaming service has announced that 15 movies—including all 14 Dragon Ball Z films, and one from its sequel series, Dragon Ball Super—will soon become available all over the world.The Woman Who Would Be PhotonThese movies include almost every Dragon Ball Z movie since the first, Dead Zone, debuted in Japan in 1989. For those still missing Goku since the Super series concluded in 2018, that’s a…

Guardians of the Galaxy 3 Reveals Blu-ray Special Features

Dave Bautista as Drax and Pom Klementieff as Mantis in Marvel Studios’ Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.Photo: Photo by Jessica Miglio/MarvelDid you really think Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3—which caps not only Marvel’s trilogy with the heroic misfits, but James Gunn’s own stint in the MCU—would come home without a zillion extras? Ahead of its arrival on digital July 7 and Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD, and DVD August 1, we now know what’ll be included in the bonus content. Watch Chris Pratt and the Guardians of the Galaxy Cast

Marvel’s ‘What If?’ Novels Will Star Loki, Scarlet Witch, Venom

You’ve read the comics and watched the animated TV show—now prepare to enter the mixed-up, switched-up, upside-down world of Marvel’s “What If...?”through the pages of three new novels. Loki, Valkyrie, Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man, Moon Knight, and Venom will star in the books from an acclaimed trio of authors.The Woman Who Would Be PhotonAs Random House Worlds’ press release reminds us, “This officially licensed series reimagines the origins of iconic Marvel heroes and allows readers to discover what can happen when the…

Marvel’s Sam Jackson Wishes Nick Fury Was in Black Panther

When Samuel L. Jackson joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it wasn’t a universe at all. It was just the 2008 film Iron Man... but Marvel Studios was clearly feeling ambitious. Itsigned Jackson to a nine-movie deal even before its first movie had come out, and now, 15 years later, the actor has starred in far more than nine films since. But surprisingly, it turns out, Jackson wishes he’d had even more.The Woman Who Would Be PhotonThis info comes from a previously mentioned Rolling Stone article, where the actor also