Now that we've cast a critical eye over the previous three phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it's time to cast our eyes ahead to what comes next. Once Spider-Man: Far From Home has hit cinemas, Phase 3 will be done and in the books. However, Disney has confirmed several potential release dates for future Marvel movies, plus you know damn well that this money making machine isn't going to stop until all of those cows are milked dry. So, let's see if we can achieve true clairvoyance and guess the titles, casts and release dates of every new Marvel movie in Phase 4!
Now that Avengers: Endgame is out and the Infinity Saga has come to a close, it's time to look back on everything that got us to where we are; from movies to short films, from network TV to streaming platform binge watches, we're going to be taking a look back at every single aspect of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, from 2008's Iron Man right up to this week's Avengers: Endgame. 11 years and counting of media to compile, analyse and rank... Sounds like a job that only a fresh-out-of-retirement Pop Culture Club can tackle! Let's get this show on the road.
Pop Culture Club - 5 Things That Will Definitely (Maybe) Happen In Avengers: Infinity War (30 Days of Stuff)
I'm excited for Avengers: Infinity War, you're excited for it, everyone is excited for it. It's the culmination of almost 10 years worth of of movie making from Marvel Studios, that started way back in 2008. Since then, they've somehow pulled off an almost effortlessly great track record, with genuine gems of cinema like The Avengers, Guardians of The Galaxy, The Winter Solider and Civil War. However, the impending threat of Thanos and the Black Order will only be an impending one for the next 9 months or so. Unlike the arrival of a newborn, this is a 9 month wait that probably won't end in disappointment. But, the question is, can we correctly predict the events of Infinity War and ruin it for ourselves and everyone else? We can damn well try!
With another Marvel/Netflix series comes another Pop Culture Club to get you in the know before taking another 13-hour dive into the world of the MCU's gritty New York setting. This time, the destination is Harlem and the hero of the day is Luke Cage in Marvel's Luke Cage. Here's everything you need to know about the first Hero for Hire and his entourage.
Welcome once again to FoulENT's 30 Days of Stuff! Whilst the 1st of May means outdoor fucking to some people, to us it's the start of another crazy month of non-stop content, every single day for 30 days. Check back every day this month for a new piece of content!
Similarly, welcome back to Pop Culture Club, where we over-analyse and fanboy over nerd and pop culture and film-making. Whilst there has been no lack of superhero media for these first few months of 2016, there has been a lack of PCC coverage. This was partially intentional, because of this simple observation: The biggest superhero movies and TV this year all based on heroes fighting each other.
This years big movies read more like a superhero WrestleMania than they do a film slate. So far, three big matches have gone down without any written review from us. That changes today. With the recent release of Civil War, the bill has been completed and our fight night is ready to get under way. Let's take a look back at the years grudge matches and rank them, worst to best!
Considering that 2016 is shaping up to be the year of big superhero face-offs, it seems odd that we haven't had many PCC articles up, doesn't it? Let's get back into the swing of things with EVERYTHING you need to know about the first big hero vs. hero face-off of the year, which takes place in the second series of the Marvel/Netflix Daredevil!
Hell's Kitchen has another hero. Marvel's Jessica Jones has arrived, with its first season available to stream right now on Netflix. Watching 13 hours of anything is always a tough slag, but I've finally finished the series. So, what's to be said about Marvel's latest heroine? Read on to find out if Jessica Jones is worth your time.
You thought this series was dead? It was just resting, waiting for a big juicy new thing for Marvel to release... So hey, Marvel's Jessica Jones releases tomorrow on Netflix. How about that, eh? Almost like we planned it. Funny how that worked out, eh?
We stayed fairly silent on Ant-Man, but we covered Daredevil pretty intensively, so I'm back to do the same for the second of the four Netflix heroes. Here's everything you need to know about Jessica Jones.
Oh hey, Pop Culture Club is a thing we still do! So how about that Spider-Man, eh? It only took Marvel and Sony over four months, but we finally have our new Spider-Man, our new director and confirmation of his inaugural appearance in the MCU.
It’s the sequel that the world has been foaming at the mouth for. The Avengers assemble again this week in Avengers: Age of Ultron, as Earth Mightiest Heroes face disassembly, robot legions and big ol’ trust issues in their latest outing. But is this movie a noticeable step up from their last outing? Let me explain my feelings toward this movie is a single sentence:
Avengers: Age of Ultron was the movie that showed me that I will never be happy.
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