I take a look at how Marvel fared in the 2010s, from the comics to the Marvel Cinematic Universe to their TV productions (both live-action and animated).
As a companion to an earlier blog post, I look at what the most popular superhero movies are at the box office outside of North America.
I take a look at the 2019 summer blockbuster box office, including which movies did well, underperformed, or flopped.
I offer my thoughts on the Sony versus Disney Spider-Man movie rights situation, plus the ongoing reaction by fans.
I offer some reasons why the intermission deserves to make a comeback at movie theaters, as a way to make very lengthy films more enjoyable for viewers.
I take a look at the top 10 movies at the box office for 2018, both domestic and global, from “Black Panther” to “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.”
I look back at some of my favorite TV shows and movies I watched during 2018, from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to “Adam Ruins Everything.”
In a followup to my similar post about the Justice League, I take a look at what a diverse Avengers roster should look like.
The latest trailer for 2017’s Spider-Man film, “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” has been released. Miles Morales fans will find a few familiar elements.
The summer movie season is officially over, so it’s once again time for my annual look over what films succeeded, which ones underperformed, and which films were flops.