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Marvel's Cine-CHAT-ic Universe: Iron Man 2 (2010)

Posted by Ali Gray, Matt Looker, Becky Suter, Ed Williamson at 15:30 on 12 Nov 2017
Marvel's Cine-CHAT-ic Universe: Iron Man 2 (2010)
It's time for a brand new installment of the feature we can't believe no one else is doing: talking about Marvel movies! After kicking off with Iron Man and seriously questioning the format with The Incredible Hulk, we're officially into sequel territory with Iron Man 2, the first movie that knew it was part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Or should we say... Cine-CHAT-ic Universe? No. No we shouldn't. We should use the correct terminology.

Marvel's Cine-CHAT-ic Universe: Iron Man (2008)

Posted by Ali Gray, Matt Looker, Becky Suter, Ed Williamson at 11:30 on 22 Sep 2017
Marvel's Cine-CHAT-ic Universe: Iron Man (2008)
Is it too late to change the name?

More Sony franchises that need Iron Man to rescue them

Posted by Ali Gray at 07:30 on 11 Jul 2017
More Sony franchises that need Iron Man to rescue them
Critics can't fawn over Spider-Man: Homecoming enough: hooray for a competent Spider-Man movie! There's no doubt that Marvel have to take some of the credit for Homecoming's success - Kevin Feige was parachuted into Sony HQ to save the franchise, and he did so by basically letting them have a go on Iron Man for a bit. Is it really that simple? Does adding Iron Man always improve a franchise? Sony aren't waiting around to find out: they've already green-lit the following new sequels to their existing franchises. Now to contact Robert Downey Jr and assume he's available!

Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming

Posted by Matt Looker at 13:30 on 30 Jun 2017
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Following his glorified cameo in Captain America: Civil War, everyone has been wondering exactly how how Marvel will reboot the character in his own solo outing. No one wants to see another bitey radioactive spider, but how do you tell an origin story without actually telling the origin story? Is he definitely part of the ongoing Marvel timeline forever more? Can he suddenly slot into the meticulously planned MCU? Basically, is the title correct? Is Spider-Man really coming home?

Man who saw Civil War to share definitive MCU rankings

Posted by Matt Looker at 07:00 on 03 May 2016
Man who saw Civil War to share definitive MCU rankings
"Just seen Captain America: Civil War. Need to revise my MCU rankings!!" a man promised his legions of Facebook friends this weekend and now the Internet has halted to a standstill awaiting what will surely be the definitive list of Marvel Cinematic Universe films, ordered by quality.

Finding five nerd rage moments in the new Civil War trailer

Posted by Matt Looker at 07:00 on 11 Mar 2016
Finding five nerd rage moments in the new Civil War trailer
Marvel have released a new trailer for Captain America: Civil War and it showcases thrilling action, real investment in emotional plot beats and an awesome first look at our brand new Spider-Man. The problem is, it has been met with overwhelming excitement and positivity. Don't they know that the Internet wasn't built to sustain such a thing?

Interview: Jon Favreau on Swingers, Friends, Iron Man and Chef

Posted by Ali Gray at 21:15 on 23 Jun 2014
Interview: Jon Favreau on Swingers, Friends, Iron Man and Chef
This may not have escaped your attention, but I like films. I also like food, which definitely hasn't escaped your attention. I've loved the work of Jon Favreau ever since Swingers got me out of a five-year relationship slump, so you can imagine my delight when I learned of Chef: a film about food, written by, directed by and starring Jon Favreau. On the surface it's about sandwiches, but it's really all about getting back to your roots; for Favreau, it's a return to the style which made Swingers so beloved by proto-hipsters like myself. When given the chance to interview Jon, I practically bit his hand off. Because I was hungry. Hungry for journalism. And sandwiches.

Christmas Playlist: The Best Of 2013

Posted by Neil Alcock at 06:00 on 21 Dec 2013
Christmas Playlist: The Best Of 2013
It's Christmas, apparently, not that you'd notice. So here's The Shiznit's present to you: a shiny Spotify playlist of the best bits of movie music from 2013. It was that or a PS4, but we knew you'd rather have the chance to listen to the Iron Man Three theme again than receive the world's most advanced games console for free.

Serious corner: Why nostalgia is stunting Hollywood's growth

Posted by Ali at 07:30 on 11 Jun 2013
Serious corner: Why nostalgia is stunting Hollywood's growth
Yeah, this is a long one. If you want a TL;DR, then I guess I can sum up this article by saying 'Wah wah waah'. Also spoilers for Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3.

2013: officially the year of bling

Posted by Ali at 12:05 on 18 May 2013


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