To say the latest Marvel Studios show “WandaVision” is different would be an understatement. It is safe to say the Infinity saga, which consisted of 23 films, has come to a satisfying finish. Now the live-action comic studio juggernaut directs a focus toward Phase 4 and the future ahead. However, this is where many felt Marvel would start to plateau or run out of steam.More
Alison Araya is known for her raw performances and inventive storytelling abilities. Alison can be seen in the anticipated HBO Max series “Peacemaker” starring John Cena from Director James Gunn’s “The Suicide Squad.” Fascinated by the prospect of viewing life from another’s experience and perspective, Araya discovered acting in her birthplace of Sydney, Australia.Keep Reading
Legendary Comic-Book Author and icon George Pérez, 67, has revealed in a Facebook post that he has Stage 3 pancreatic cancer and approximately six months to live.
With Marvel’s upcoming blockbuster “Spider-Man: No Way Home” right around the corner, and titles like “Hawkeye” rolling out on Disney+, it’s easy to miss a headline in the hype filled shuffle.
Lucie Guest is a Canadian-born actress, director, and writer who has been on series such as “The CW’s Supernatural”, “iZombie”, and Netflix’s “The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina”. She is a powerhouse talent both in front of and behind the camera and in 2021 her dynamic talent as a storyteller was on full display.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is one of the most highly-anticipated films of 2021, and Marvel fans have been eagerly waiting for any presence of marketing. And it seems their prayers have finally been answered with a new trailer.
The concept and thematics around the brilliance of introducing the Guardians of the Galaxy in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) to the primary general audience were interesting, to say the least, back in 2014. Still, it was clear that fictional icons can be personified to showcase human emotions and are relatable.
At last year’s DC Fandome, Rocksteady surprised fans in attendance to a first look teaser at the latest installment of DC gaming in the presence of “Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League.” The reveal came as a sudden shock.
Actor Trae Romano is dedicated to his craft and shows his passion through his portrayal as Mike Dugan on “Stargirl.” Being only 16, Trae shows promise for a lengthy and successful career.