Here is the major Blu-ray being released this week!
This year’s San Diego Comic Con gave us tons of exciting trailers, announcements and news regarding the future of the superhero movie genre, but one piece of information that appeared to go somewhat under the radar, with all the focus on Justice League, Thor: Ragnarok and Infinity War, were the comments made Noah Hawley, the man behind the Fargo and Legion TV Series, where, when asked about his upcoming projects, stated “I wanted to let you know about a movie I’m developing for Fox… the first word is ‘Doctor’, and the second is ‘Doom.’” While the news that Fox are at least considering making a feature film centred around Victor Von Doom may angst some fans desperate for the Fantastic Four rights to return to Marvel, I think there’s something extremely interesting about the possibility of a Doom movie, with Hawley at the helm.
All good things must come to an end. This phrase applies no differently to the tenure of Kevin Feige with Marvel Studios. Feige began producing for Marvel 17 years ago with the first X-Men movie (directed by Brian Singer), and last week’s Spider-Man Homecoming marks the 16th film within the Marvel Cinematic Universe that Feige has overseen since 2008 (Iron Man).
Owen Farrington from Own Likes Comics has provided us with his script for his latest case study of Spider-Man coming home to Marvel! It's quite the read or watch and if you don't have the time to watch it just read it here and enjoy what he has to say in written form! This will be a treat on the Men vs. Movies site every now and again, let us know how you like it and check out Spider-Man: Homecoming this weekend!
Wonder Woman blasts into theaters this weekend! Have an itch to hear a little bit from the movie? Well look no further because you can hear the score in it's entirety hear before on iTunes and enjoy it for all of it's wondrous glory! So kick back, relax, and listen to the score and get even more amped for this film this weekend, that's exactly what we are doing! Wonder Woman premieres Thursday June 1st!
With the release of Logan, many people have been speculating as to where and which timeline the film takes place. Many timelines go as follows - First Class, Origins, X-Men Trilogy, The Wolverine, Days of Future Past (2023), Days of Future Past (1973), Then Apocalypse, Days of Future Past (Fixed 2023), and ending with Logan.