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Articles by Daniel Ricwulf
Hugh Jackman's Wolverine both inspired and mirrored the rise of superhero films. With Logan ending his 17-year run, we analyze his legacy.
The Deadpool 2 teaser short ends with a rapid-fire wall of text. For those who can't speed read, here's Wade's entire essay.
The Moonlight actress, and the 007 series' most recent Moneypenny, doesn't think that Daniel Craig is out for the count just yet.
For those fans chomping at the bit to get your next glimpse at Justice League in action, Director Zack Snyder has good news.
One of the coolest Batman action scenes ever filmed is now set to one of the zaniest Batman theme songs ever recorded.
Pom Klementieff may be Vietnamese, but her cinematic iteration of Mantis isn't the comics' human, Celestial Madonna of the Kree.
If early reviews for Logan are any indication, fans of Hugh Jackman's Wolverine are in for a unique and intense experience.
Samuel L. Jackson may have started work on The Incredibles 2, but his day of recording may have just been reference material.
Brie Larson talks about the responsibility of playing Captain Marvel, and the benefit of having access to fans on social media.
As filming for Infinity War begins, Robert Downey Jr. dishes on what has changed most about playing Tony Stark since Iron Man.
A synopsis for Kong: Skull Island suggests that the film's spotlight will primarily focus on the struggles of Kong himself.
The virtual reality experience that puts you and your friends in charge of a Federation starship adds the U.S.S. Enterprise.
After months of uncertainty, the Divergent lead confirms she will not reprise her role as Tris in the made-for-tv, Ascendant.
There are a number of anticipated films releasing next weekend, but only one of them features Keanu Reeves taking names.
The MCU has gone to the dogs. Benedict Cumberbatch makes an appearance in this humorous promo for Doctor Strange's video release.
One talented fan adds Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Martian Manhunter, and Superman (in black) to the Justice League lineup.