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Straight From Ant-Man and the Wasp: Scott Lang’s Fun-At-Home Kit

I loved Ant-Man. Such a hugely emotional story packed into a teeny tiny character. So when Ant-Man and the Wasp came out, I was blown away at twice the action, twice the teeny tiny superheroes and twice the shockers! If you haven't seen Ant-Man and the Wasp yet... shut the door! No, really. Go shut the door then sit on your couch and start streaming it because that bad boy is available now on digital download! And on October 16, you can take Ant-Man and the Wasp home as a super spiffy Blu-ray. Without giving too much away, the film sees our hero Scott Lang stuck at home. Following the amazingly awesome ...

The Captain Marvel Trailer Looks Out of This World

Marvel's first female-lead film soars onto screens next year. But the potential world-savior known as Captain Marvel is already causing fanboys and fangirls' minds to explode. No clue what I'm talking about? Well, while March's Captain Marvel takes place in the 1990s, a few decades before Thanos snapped his fingers, this film looks to set the stage for the greatest showdown in cinema history. You thought the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe (minus Hawkeye, Ant-Man and a handful of others) against Thanos and his army was ginormous? Just you wait for round two next summer in the Avengers sequel. See, Carol Danvers has a very interesting past tied to alien races and galactic ...

Win SOLO: A Star Wars Story Blu-ray/Digital Combo Edition

One of the highlights of 2018 for me was attending my very first Star Wars Red Carpet Event! It was, to say the least, a once-in-a-lifetime experience chatting it up with the stars of SOLO: A Star Wars Story and walking in the footsteps of greatness (yeah, I stood "this" close to George Lucas). If you missed all the excitement (where were you?), here's a quick list of highlights from my L.A. trip to a Galaxy Far Far Away: Woody Harrelson Interview Phoebe Waller-Bridge Interview Joonas Suotamo Interview Paul Bettany Interview Director Ron Howard Interview Emilia Clarke Interview Alden Ehrenreich Interview SOLO: A Star Wars Story Review SOLO: A Star Wars Story Red Carpet Recap But then there's the movie itself. ...

Oh, Snap! Avengers Infinity War Hits Home on Digital July 31 and Blu-ray Aug 14

It seems like only yesterday I was picking my jaw up from the popcorn-filled floor at my local AMC Theater after seeing the credits roll for Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War. Easily the most epic superhero movie ever made, this was one massively entertaining 149-minute comic book battle. Some 10 years in the making, Avengers: Infinity War features nearly every hero from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (sorry, no Ant-Man or Hawkeye to be found!) joining forces in one massively heroic effort to save humanity's very existence from the supremely powerful baddie Thanos. Apparently, I'm not the only one who dug this movie since it shattered opening records and earned more than $2 billion worldwide ...

The Buzz on Ant-Man and the Wasp

Photo: Film Frame. ©Marvel Studios 2018 Hank Pym has always been one of my favorite comic book characters. He's an incredibly complex individual who's donned a ton of different superhero identities. Yellowjacket is my favorite, but Ant-Man is a close second. When Marvel announced they were doing an Ant-Man movie, I loved the idea but feared the execution. I mean, come on, a guy who talks to ants? But like every other movie in its 10-year history, Marvel Films delivered big with 2015's Ant-Man starring Michael Douglas as Dr. Henry Pym and Paul Rudd as the hilariously outmatched new Ant-Man Scott Lang. I LOVED the first Ant-Man. It had everything you'd want ...

Clorox and Disney•Pixar’s Incredibles II Team Up for One Incredible Summer

This post is sponsored by Clorox. All thoughts and opinions are my own. It's no secret that I love comic books. I've always loved those masked marvels and caped crusaders, ever since I was a little boy. In fact, I used to think of my dad as a superhero. Just like most kids, I'd run around pretending I was Superman. I'd tie my Nun Nun (i.e. my security blanket) around my neck and race around the house flying. Dad would often scoop me up and toss me onto his bed, adding to the magic of the moment. On Saturdays especially, he'd play around with my sister Beth and I, lifting us up and ...