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Female Thor is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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There’s a new Thor in town, and it’s Jane Foster.

Marvel Studios announced as much during their Comic-Con panel Saturday, revealing that the fourth Thor movie, now titled Thor: Love and Thunder, would reveal Thor’s erstwhile girlfriend as the new God of Thunder. The film will be based on the Mighty Thor comics, written by Jason Aaron. 

Natalie Portman, who played the character in Thor, Thor: The Dark World, and Avengers: Endgame, will once again play Jane.

Chris Hemsworth will return as Thor Odinson (and wow, is it going to get confusing real quick to have two characters called “Thor” running around). Thor will now be the first Marvel Cinematic Universe lead to get four standalone films. Read more…

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The first reactions to ‘Avengers: Endgame’ are in, and it’s one heck of a finale

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Welcome to the end.

The world premiere of Avengers: Endgame took place on Monday evening, with critics and industry peeps getting a look at the much-hyped film before it hits cinemas.

Based on the first reactions on social media, the epic, three-hour long Endgame is a satisfying conclusion to a series which began 21 films ago, with most reviewers leaving positive comments about the film.

As Mashable’s Angie Han and Ali Foreman noted, Endgame is quite the send off.

#AvengerEndgame is an immensely satisfying payoff, not just to Infinity War but to all the films that came before. This is why the MCU. (And I say this as someone who was not especially enamored of Infinity War, FWIW.) ♥️💙💜

— Angie J. Han (@ajhan) April 23, 2019 Read more…

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Marvel's 'Inhumans' hits Comic-Con with a super-sized IMAX trailer

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Meet the royal family of Marvel — or Attilan, anyway.

At Comic-Con on Thursday, ABC debuted the new trailer for Inhumans, a new TV show described by Marvel’s Jeph Loeb as being “so big, we could not contain it to television.” 

Indeed, it’s so huge it’s hitting IMAX before it comes to ABC. And that means we’ve got a special IMAX trailer to share with you today.

It goes without saying, of course, that watching an IMAX trailer on your laptop or phone won’t do it justice – so if you’d like to get the full effect, keep an eye out for the new Inhumans IMAX trailer in front of Dunkirk this weekend. Read more…

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