Marvel Studios

22 Jul 19
Steven Millan,Genre Addict

First off,I was recently thinking of calling it quits with this blog and moving onward since the stench of Harry Knowles and his endless array of talent laden minions have overtaken the fandom community and the filmmaking industry(as well as many of the 90s’ bravely relentless genre rebels having either disappeared or sold out their […]

22 Jul 19
WWD

Marvel Studios’ massive phase-four announcement made this year’s San Diego Comic-Con jam-packed with celebrities.

22 Jul 19
East Bay Times
Neytiri, voiced by Zoe Saldana, and Jake, voiced by Sam Worthington, are shown in a scene from “Avatar.” (AP Photo/20th Century Fox)LOS ANGELES, July 22 (Reuters) – Director James Cameron on Monday handed over the baton for the biggest box-office movie of all time to the makers of “Avengers: Endgame” after it ended the 10-year record of “Avatar.” The Marvel Studios superhero movie “Avengers: Endgame” over the weekend overtook the $2.789 billion record set by Cameron’s 2009 sci-fi film “Avatar,” according to box-office data. “I see you, Marvel,” Cameron tweeted, using a greeting in the Na’vi language featured in “Avatar” over a graphic of Iron Man surrounded by Pandoran woodsprites. “Congratulations to Avengers: Endgame on becoming the new box-office king,” the director added. “Endgame,” released in theaters worldwide in April and featuring more than 20 superheroes, is the culmination of a story told in 22 Marvel films that have drawn crowds to cinemas for a decade. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo on Monday returned the compliment to Cameron. “You’re a monumental reason why we fell in love with film in the first place. Thank you for always inspiring us and opening the world’s eyes to what’s possible. We can’t wait to see where you take us next,” the brothers said to Cameron on Twitter. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige told fans at Comic-Con in San Diego on Saturday that “Endgame” probably would eventually lose its box-office king title to Cameron’s next film. Cameron, 64, is scheduled to release four “Avatar” sequels starting in December 2021. Disney this year acquired the “Avatar” franchise with its purchase of film and TV assets from Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox. The top three all-time biggest box-office movies are now “Avengers: Endgame,” “Avatar” and “Titanic” — the last of those also directed by Cameron.
22 Jul 19
The Mercury News
Neytiri, voiced by Zoe Saldana, and Jake, voiced by Sam Worthington, are shown in a scene from “Avatar.” (AP Photo/20th Century Fox)LOS ANGELES, July 22 (Reuters) – Director James Cameron on Monday handed over the baton for the biggest box-office movie of all time to the makers of “Avengers: Endgame” after it ended the 10-year record of “Avatar.” The Marvel Studios superhero movie “Avengers: Endgame” over the weekend overtook the $2.789 billion record set by Cameron’s 2009 sci-fi film “Avatar,” according to box-office data. “I see you, Marvel,” Cameron tweeted, using a greeting in the Na’vi language featured in “Avatar” over a graphic of Iron Man surrounded by Pandoran woodsprites. “Congratulations to Avengers: Endgame on becoming the new box-office king,” the director added. “Endgame,” released in theaters worldwide in April and featuring more than 20 superheroes, is the culmination of a story told in 22 Marvel films that have drawn crowds to cinemas for a decade. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo on Monday returned the compliment to Cameron. “You’re a monumental reason why we fell in love with film in the first place. Thank you for always inspiring us and opening the world’s eyes to what’s possible. We can’t wait to see where you take us next,” the brothers said to Cameron on Twitter. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige told fans at Comic-Con in San Diego on Saturday that “Endgame” probably would eventually lose its box-office king title to Cameron’s next film. Cameron, 64, is scheduled to release four “Avatar” sequels starting in December 2021. Disney this year acquired the “Avatar” franchise with its purchase of film and TV assets from Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox. The top three all-time biggest box-office movies are now “Avengers: Endgame,” “Avatar” and “Titanic” — the last of those also directed by Cameron.
22 Jul 19
GoldDerby
The surest way to win a competition is to own both teams, and Disney has certainly done that. It owns a huge share of the movie business, especially after they bought 20th Century Fox earlier this year, so when “Avengers: Endgame” (Marvel Studios, owned by Disney) finally crept past “Avatar” (Fox, owned by Disney) for the global box office record over the weekend, the record didn’t really change hands. All those billions are firmly gripped in Mickey’s white-gloved palms. Over the weekend, “Endgame” made another $1.19 million at the domestic box office, bringing its total to $854 million on these shores. Overseas, meanwhile, it has grossed $1.936 billion. Put it all together and that brings “Endgame” to a worldwide total of $2.7902 billion dollars, which exceeds the $2.7897 billion taken in by “Avatar” by about $500,000. [pmc-related-link href=”https://pages.email.goldderby.com/signup/” type=”SIGN UP” target=”_self”]for Gold Derby’s free newsletter with latest predictions[/pmc-related-link] Disney owns 7 of the top 10 biggest moneymakers of all time. Marvel accounts for five of them, including four “Avengers” movies: “Endgame” at number-one, “Infinity War” at number-five ($2.048 billion), the original “Avengers” at number-seven ($1.518 billion) and “Age of Ultron” at number-nine ($1.405 billion). “Black Panther” rounds out the top 10 with $1.346 billion. Fox’s “Avatar” is number-two, and Disney-owned “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” ranks fourth ($2.068 billion). The rest of the top 10 consists of Paramount (third-place “Titanic” with $2.187 billion) and Universal (sixth-place “Jurassic World” with $1.671 billion, eighth-place “Furious 7″ with $1.516 billion). Those companies aren’t in the Disney vault … at least not yet. [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2019/spider-man-far-from-home-reviews-critics-marvel-news/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ reviews: Do critics think it’s worth going ‘Home’ again after ‘Avengers: Endgame’?[/pmc-related-link] Of course, Disney didn’t just have a good weekend when it comes to the all-time box office record. Their CGI remake of “The Lion King” opened with $185 million domestic and already more than half a billion dollars worldwide. Will it ultimately out-gross the original 1994 animated version, which made $968 million across the globe? There’s a good chance of that, though perhaps not if you account for inflation. Either way, that’s another case of Disney fighting itself for bragging rights. Box office supremacy is starting to look like a game of solitaire.
22 Jul 19
Your Phoenix CW | KASW
PHOENIX – Avatar has been dethroned, thanks to Avengers: Endgame. The Marvel Studios sequel surpassed James Cameron’s 2009 sci-fi hit this past weekend, earning 2.9 billion in revenue. To the greatest fans in the universe, from the bottom of our hearts, thank you…https://t.co/MRKEKaKvVW— Russo Brothers (@Russo_Brothers) July 21, 2019 The film was first released back in April, holding the biggest global opening title of all time. The re-released version of it, with extended scenes catapulted Avengers: Endgame into new territory, beating out Cameron’s Avatar and claiming the top spot. In the most unique crossover yet, James Cameron congratulated the Russo Brothers on their monumental win with a post from Twitter. Fans of both movies will be able to recognize the Pandoran creatures embracing Iron Man in the poster. Congratulations, @MarvelStudios! pic.twitter.com/DWZDX0uDVi— Avatar (@officialavatar) July 22, 2019 The feelings were mutual, according to the Russo brothers. They shared a post, thanking Cameron for his inspiration throughout the years. Noting, their movie-making magic would’ve never happened, if Cameron hadn’t paved the way. *sheds tear* View this post on Instagram @jamescameronofficial, you're a monumental reason why we fell in love with film in the first place. Thank you for always inspiring us and opening the world’s eyes to what’s possible. We can’t wait to see where you take us next… A post shared by The Russo Brothers (@therussobrothers) on Jul 22, 2019 at 7:18am PDT Only time will tell how long the Russo brothers will reign ‘Box-office Kings,’ as Avatar is due to become a four-part sequel starting December 17, 2021. For now, Marvel’s biggest stars are enjoying these newly discovered, historic heights. View this post on Instagram Thank you to all the fans around the world that lifted Avengers Endgame to historic heights making it the top grossing film of all time !! A post shared by Chris Hemsworth (@chrishemsworth) on Jul 20, 2019 at 11:52pm PDT View this post on Instagram Thanks to all the fans, ENDGAME is #1 at the box office all time ! Wow! @marvel @marvelstudios @avengersendgamemovie @avengers #jawdrop #amazing #mcu #fansrock A post shared by Jeremy Renner (@renner4real) on Jul 21, 2019 at 5:44pm PDT
22 Jul 19
StarMoon

UPCOMING MARVEL MOVIES FULL LIST OF UPCOMING MARVEL MOVIES May 1, 2020 – Black Widow November 6, 2020 – The Eternals February 12, 2021 – Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings May 7, 2021 – Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness November 5, 2021 – Thor: Love and Thunder February 18, 2022 – Untitled Marvel Movie 1 (Our Guess: Black Panther […]

22 Jul 19
Cassius | born unapologetic | News, Style, Culture

Marvel Studio’s epic 90-minute presentation at San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend was the talk of the internet. Not only did we learn that Mahershala Ali will be taking over as Blade, but it was also a night of many firsts for the billion-dollar movie studio. Tessa Thompson confirmed that her character Valkyrie is bisexual […]

22 Jul 19
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22 Jul 19
The Warren Word

Everyone anticipates the Summer, the impeccable list of activities to complete with your squad dominates the group chat, and the inevitable end-of-the-school-year-lethargicness kicks in. Despite the anticipation of it all, the million dollar question is what should we do? Well, never fear — Here are ten ideas you can add to your Summer bucket list: […]

22 Jul 19
Cape & Castle

Marvel Studios announced on Saturday that Natalie Portman will be making a comeback in Thor: Love and Thunder, the fourth installment in the Thor series, reprising her role of Jane Foster who will now be “Lady Thor.” Does this mean that we will finally learn what really went down between Thor and Jane after Age […]

22 Jul 19
Tristan Zelden

Marvel unveiled all of its plans for the next phase of the MCU after Spider-Man: Far From Home with a hint at phase five with Blade. Not much is known about some of these projects, but the little information available gave me a nerdgasm. Black Widow Initially rumored to take place in possibly the 90s, […]