Samuel L. Jackson may have just accidentally let slip how Captain Marvel will foil finger-clicking mass murderer Thanos in Avengers: Endgame.
Jason Momoa channeled his inner Polynesian at the premiere of Aquaman in Los Angeles last night, performing a traditional haka on the movie’s blue carpet. Momoa – never one to not show off where the opportunity presents itself – led the Māori chant with a group of his Polynesian cast-mates, including veteran Kiwi star Temuera Morrison and, rather cutely, his kids. Momoa is himself Hawaiian born, and while there’s been some ‘discussion’ online over whether he should be leading a traditional Māori haka, it appears he’s been largely given a pass on ‘cultural’ grounds by the Polynesian community (not least those musclebound gents who were actually involved).
The film follows the adventures of Aquaman (Jason Momoa) a year after the events of Justice League, as he struggles to save the world from certain doom.
The reviews for Aquaman are in, and while you couldn't quite call them universally 'glowing', Justice League would have given an arm and a leg for them.
The age of the two-hour movie could be coming to an end, reckons Joe Russo, one of the directors of Avengers: Infinity War.
No sooner has Brie Larson's Carol Danvers got her super-suit in the new Captain Marvel trailer, she's beating up pensioners on the subway.
Stan Lee loved his fans, and in a touching final video taken of the Marvel legend, just released on his Twitter feed, he revealed just how much they meant to him. “So many wonderful moments with Stan came spontaneously,” the post reads. Lee died at the age of 95 on November 12, after being rushed to Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, though the cause of death is as yet unknown.
The little known New Zealand newspaper the Gisbourne Herald went viral yesterday, after it confirmed the death of director Spike Lee.
It all seems innocuous enough – Brie Larson in an old school phonebox, surrounded by posters for MTV's 90s Rock The Vote campaign.