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Captain Marvel Review, Article published by ReelingMedia on 07th April 2019
This is a prequel to Avengers. It gives an explanation to the post-credit scene of Avengers Infinity War where Nick Fury pagers Captain Marvel. Captain Marvel is a Kree warrior (from another part of the galaxy) who finds herself caught in the middle of an intergalactic battle between her people and the Skrulls. She lands on Earth in 1995 and keeps having recurring memories of another life as U.S. Air Force pilot ‘Carol Danvers’. With help from Nick Fury, Captain Marvel tries to uncover the secrets of her past while harnessing her special superpowers to end the war with the evil Skrulls. The film offers several positive messages related to perseverance, integrity, and more, but the greatest takeaway is watching a fearless, confident, mighty woman become a superhero. Carol Danvers is a fantastic role model: She always sees herself as capable, she’s not objectified, male counterparts recognize her intelligence and strength, and she has a strong sense of integrity. Women support women, the characters are diverse, ageism is nonexistent, and romance doesn’t figure into things at all.
Article Posted by Reeling Media on Avengers Endgame,26th April 2019
Finally, the wait is over and the biggest movie all times released today in cinemas. All the booking sites nearly crashed in India/Overseas with advance bookings. I have never seen such craze in my entire lifetime of watching Hollywood/Bollywood movies where people are standing in queues to enter the auditoriums for their shows. It was like a festival today. When the bookings opened initially, the show timings started from 8:00 AM which is early for any movie in India/abroad. Later due to audience response, the shows were increased and the earliest show was 6:30 AM, which was again full and whoa Avengers Endgame deserves this. It is a movie filled with emotions, and when I say emotions, it means every person watching the film connected so well. In the past 10 years, Marvel Studios has delivered many installments of its Superhero films where the characterization was wonderfully done. Endgame is an extension and conclusion to the same. Not only it is a conclusion, but it is also a beautifully described saga of each of its characters and past movies. Revealing the story or even discussing the same would be a major spoiler. The film elaborates how surviving Avengers and other people around the world are moving on their lives post snap. People have lost their loved ones and they have somewhere lost all their hopes. The best part is, each of you will connect with the Avengers as in real life too, we are sometimes devastated with atrocities. However, the movie at the same time depicts not only, how avengers live with that but they fight back with full force. Another interesting part about Avengers Endgame is that despite of all the loses around the world, the film nowhere loses its humor. You will definitely laugh in between the scenes. This is one such movie which will bring tears in your eyes when you are laughing. The final war scene will definitely give you goosebumps. The scenes are so magnificent, real and motivating that you feel as if you are the part of the ultimate redemption.The movie is three hours long and ‘Russo Brothers’ have judiciously utilized each second. You will fall in love back again with each Avenger. It is a blessing to experience Thor, Tony Stark, Captain Marvel, Captain America, Natasha, Clint, Banner together again. There are a lot more fighters to enjoy which I will not name here else it will spoil the entire fun.Avengers Endgame is a treat for all and for Marvel fans, it is a blessing. Every movie fan should go and watch this film not only because it is marvelous but also because such films never come again and again where you embrace the beauty and intelligence in movie making. Avengers Endgame Box Office: MCU’s superhero film earns Rs 1,186 cr; eyes to gross Rs 5,600 cr in 1st weekend.
Times of India published a review to Avengers Endgame,26 April 2019
REVIEW: Overwhelming. It best describes the final chapter that culminates Marvel Cinematic Universe’s 21 iconic films into one. And that also describes the experience of watching your favourite superheroes come together for a singular goal, for one last time. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo ensure that the humongous build-up and the avalanche of expectations do not get the better of them. They deliver a largely wholesome product that is full of moments laced with action, emotion, comedy and drama. Writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely take you along, even if you haven’t been following the franchise. They do an incredible job with the screenplay to balance emotions with visual spectacle. So if you’re not a fan yet, chances are, you might become one after watching this instalment.While the screen time for each character is not equal, their significance in the story is. And there are enough surprises in store, as far as their fates are concerned. ‘Endgame’ delivers quite well on the emotional quotient, bringing out superpowers and vulnerabilities of its cinematic demigods through their measured performances. From an upright Captain America (Chris Evans) to a stoic Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and from a straight-faced Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) delivering the punches to the reassuring presence of Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), ‘Endgame’ has it all and a lot more. Thanks to the conviction in performances, you also might just find yourself rooting for the bad guy, Thanos (Josh Brolin) at some point. However, it’s the comic collective of Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and Ant Man (Paul Rudd) that ensures there are enough lighter moments in this otherwise heartfelt finale.The action becomes progressively intense, but never overbearing. In fact, it remains relevant and true to the narrative, such that it weaves in enough opportunities for major plot twists that even the diehard fans may not see coming. The extensive CGI work adds to the visual appeal, even in 2D.For the non-fans, the film’s explanatory tone might come across as a speed breaker at times, but for the fans, the same invokes hope and excitement, leading to constant gasps and howls.
How old is Captain America, an article by Economic Times,14 Sep 2019
Played by Chris Evans, the beloved character decides to go back to the past to live with the love of his life Peggy Carter, and the viewers get to see a very old Steve. Jen Underdahl, who worked as a visual effects producer on Marvel Cinematic Universe’s ‘Avengers: Endgame’, discussed the visual aging process and may have revealed the age of the character.”In the case of Captain America, what would a super-soldier look like if he aged 106 years? What would his skin look like?
Is Captain Marvel powerful than Thanos, an article by Indian Express,26 Feb 2019
Marvel Studios president and the architect of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Kevin Feige has spoken about the power levels of Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel. The superhero is soon going to debut in the MCU with her own movie directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck.According to Feige, Carol Danvers, which is the superhero’s real-name, “will be” the most powerful character in the MCU.While speaking to Cosmicbook.news, he said, “Captain Marvel is a character in our comics and in a mythology whose got one foot on Earth, one foot in the cosmic arena. And now that we have made a number of movies that take place on Earth, and now a number of the cosmic adventures with Avengers, and with Guardians of the Galaxy and with Thor, we thought it was the right time to finally introduce Captain Marvel to the world.”He added, “She’s one of the most popular characters in our comics. She’s one of the most powerful characters in the comics and will be the most powerful character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.”The keyword is “will be,” which means she might not have reached her most powerful level yet.Feige also said one of the highlights of his career at Marvel was introducing Captain Marvel to the audience. He went on to make it clear she is the future leader of the Avengers after characters like Tony Stark and Captain America die or retire.“And one of the highlights at my career at Marvel was introducing her at Comic-Con and having her coming out on stage and stand there with literally almost every thing else from our universe, and there she was at the forefront, and it was a great foreshadowing of not just for how audiences are going to embrace Brie as this character, but also for how Captain Marvel is about to take the lead and be at the forefront of the entire Cinematic Universe,” he said.
Post by SCREEN RANT , 31 JAN 2020
Marvel Once ‘Killed’ The Avengers And Fantastic Four In INSANE FightThe Avengers and Fantastic Four are two of the biggest supergroups in Marvel Comics, whose adventures have spanned decades. Rarely has either team lost a fight resulting in the death of their entire respective teams. However, in a mid-’90s comic, the Avengers and Fantastic Four were both entirely wiped out by the same enemy.The character Onslaught first appeared in the pages of X-Men as a sentient entity created from the consciousness and dark psyche of both Charles Xavier and Magento. Onslaught was overpowered and had the goal to wipe out humanity. Mutants didn’t have much of a chance against the villain, as he became more powerful with each of their attacks. However, when the Avengers and Fantastic Four joined the fight, things turned deadly.
An unfinished scene from Avengers: Infinity War reveals Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye was meant to defend Vision from the Outriders. A new test shot from Avengers: Infinity War shows off an appearance from Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye, noting that the archer was meant to defend Vision from Thanos’ army at one point in the film. Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye didn’t appear in Avengers: Infinity War thanks to being put on house arrest after the events of Captain America: Civil War, but it seems that Marvel had originally intended to bring him back a little earlier. The new shot of Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye in Avengers: Infinity War surfaced on Reddit, showing the unfinished VFX of the scene. Many fans were quick to spot the location that the scene takes place in, debating whether Hawkeye and Vision were meant to fight the Outriders in Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum or on Hawkeye’s family farm. Take a look at the unfinished shot of Hawkeye in Avengers: Infinity War below.