The first movie in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe is very clear as to where it takes place in film, but future films disrupt the timeline immensely. This is part 1 of a 20-part video series dedicated to determine where each Marvel film takes place. So when exactly does Iron Man occur? “Jarvis. Sometimes you gotta run before you can walk.” – Tony Stark We know Iron Man must occur after January 2008, as this Wired Magazine is dated to that month. We also know he was captured by the Ten Rings before the month of June, as the MIT commencement speech … Continue reading When Does Iron Man Take Place?
The Marvel Cinematic Universe now comprises some 20 films and is inarguably the greatest feat in cinematic history on both a critical and commercial level. But these films don’t always get released in chronological order. Add onto that the fact that Marvel also has nearly a dozen shows and other content that brings the MCU’s total watch time to over 10 days in length. With every release the universe grows larger and more complicated, especially when you try to place each project side by side on a timeline. What is the best way to watch the Marvel Cinematic Universe in … Continue reading The Marvel Cinematic Universe Chronological Timeline v5.0 (2018)
Hey guys, Avengers: Infinity War is upon us finally and, while this may be a bit late, some of you may wish to watch some of the movies in preparation for the big event. With only a limited amount of … Continue reading The TOP 3 MCU Films to Watch BEFORE Infinity War
We’ve updated our MCU timeline video to include The Punisher, Runaways, Black Panther, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 5, and Avengers: Infinity War. Find out where the entirety of the Marvel Cinematic Universe falls into place chronologically. We’ve also added a … Continue reading It Will Take You Over 9 Days to Watch the Entire MCU
Quick update for you Star Wars fans, which… hopefully you are one if you’re here…, but also interesting news for fans of Game of Thrones because today it was announced that the creators of the hit HBO series, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss are going to write and produce a new series of Star Wars films. And while the mind may jump to the conclusion that this has some connection to Rian Johnson’s proposed new trilogy of films OR the continuing episodic Skywalker saga, it has been confirmed this new series of films will be separate from those projects. As … Continue reading STAR WARS // New Movies + Multiple TV Series Incoming
For our weekly poll this week we asked you what news would be the most exciting for you to hear as a Star Wars fan (beyond what we can reasonably expect from the next several years). We gave you 5 … Continue reading 5 Things Star Wars Fans Want Most!
News abounds on the Doctor Who front this week. We’ve discovered that there will be 3 new companions filling the TARDIS interior alongside or first female Doctor, along with the 10×50 minute episodes becoming the new norm. But there’s a … Continue reading Doctor Who: Sci-Fi Show No Longer?
A year and a half ago I wrote an article just after the Marvel Cinematic Universe reached a worldwide gross of 10 Billion dollars in ticket sales. Captain America: Civil War was the film that pushed the franchise over that … Continue reading Marvel’s Unprecedented Growth: Can It Be Stopped?
Yesterday we were gifted a bit of light news from the set of the Untitled Han Solo solo film from Ron Howard. In an Instagram video, he revealed to the world what very easily could have been revealed the moment … Continue reading The New Han Solo Film Title Is Dumb, and Here’s Why
The last day of New York Comic Con was great, albeit short. Still, one needs to stop by some of their favorite booths for the last time, and one booth we simply could not miss going back to was GinGee … Continue reading The Geekiest Mugs EVER