Marvel Studios will take a leap in LGBTQ representation by developing their first openly gay character. Filmmakers Joe and Anthony Russo shared on EW Morning Live that a character in an upcoming film will be openly gay. "The topic came up when hosts Dalton Ross and Jessica Shaw were asking the Russos about the small part Joe played as a grieving man in a therapy session that was intended to show how ordinary people are dealing
The future is looking brighter than ever.
Marvel not only stepped right over the opportunity to honor its own legacy/canon/source material by casting a black woman as Captain Marvel, in order to do so Marvel fans have been punished with Larson's insufferable presence.
On today's Movie Talk, the panel offers up their MCU Phase 4 predictions ahead of the official announcement we're expecting this summer.
Lori Lightfoot told those assembled at her inauguration in Chicago that she meant what she said on the campaign trail about top-to-bottom reforms in the nation’s third largest city.
It is believed that the formation and growth of most galaxies across the history of the universe has been fueled by supermassive black holes growing together with their host galaxy as they collect matter to attain millions of solar masses. Chasing the early stages of these extreme objects is among the missions of future powerful telescopes.
This July, the end is finally upon the inmates of Orange Is The New Black. Netflix has released the first photos and a lovely teaser for the seventh and final season of its flagship series. Honestly, given how season six played out with everyone shipped off to different prisons and only a precious few bunking together, the end may be overdue. But damned if this teaser didn’t make me a teensy bit emotional for the women of Litchfield (or wherever the hell they are these days):
APEX, N.C. (AP) - Jim Burch, the first black man to officiate a basketball game in the Atlantic Coast Conference, has died at his home in North Carolina. He was 91. ACC official Jamie Luckie says Burch, whose career spanned 60 years, died at his home in Apex, outside of
French-Senegalese director Mati Diop is the first black woman filmmaker in competition in the 72 year-history of the Cannes Film Festival, which she says saddened her at first because her inclusion wasn’t ‘completely natural or normal’
French-Senegalese director Mati Diop is the first black woman filmmaker in competition in the 72 year-history of the Cannes Film Festival, which she says saddened her at first because her inclusion wasn't 'completely natural or normal'
CANNES, France (AP) - The 36-year-old French-Senegalese director Mati Diop is the first black woman filmmaker in competition in the 72 years of the Cannes Film Festival. Her film, "Atlantics," is about women left behind in Dakar when many of the local young men flee to Spain by boat. In
CANNES, France (AP) — Mati Diop was initially disappointed when she, by reading a news article, discovered that she was the first black female filmmaker in the Cannes Film Festival’s prestigious competition in its 72-year