By James Bonner
Movies have a way of bringing a community together through
Marvel Studios is celebrating its 10 year anniversary; Disney continues to make
With the acquisition of Marvel by Disney, along with their purchase of Fox and Lucasfilm, new merchandise and films for franchises like Star Wars, the Marvel films and so on are being released
Comic book fans have much to look forward this spring with releases like “Hellboy” on April 12, 2019, alongside “Avengers: Endgame” and a reboot for “Men in Black” called “Men In Black: International.”
Most popular films are connected to other movies, mostly due to audiences already invested in the world and characters. For instance, Iron Man and Luke Skywalker were set up through years of films so the audiences’ connection to them is more personal
Following the inevitable triumph of heroes in “Avengers: Endgame” comes the sequel to Marvel’s “Spiderman: Homecoming” with “Spiderman: Far From Home,” coming out July 5, 2019. Tom Holland and Samuel L. Jackson reprise their roles as Spiderman and Nick Fury in the new setting of London.
”Frozen II” premieres on Nov. 22, 2019, continuing the adventures of Anna, Kristoff
“Men In Black: International,” the reboot of the MIB film franchise, releases this summer on June 14, 2019, offering past and potential fans a new duo of laser shooting spies with Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson.