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Another Hollywood Chris Is Off the Market

Evans quietly married 26-year-old Portuguese actor Alba Baptista over the weekend

(Newser) - There is apparently only one of the four Hollywood Chrises who still qualifies as a bachelor, and he is Chris Pine, not Hemsworth, Pratt, or Evans. The 42-year-old Evans, aka Captain America in the Marvel franchise, quietly got himself married to Portuguese actor Alba Baptista over the weekend, reports Page...

Marvel Came, Changed, Conquered Hollywood
Tone of Marvel Films Have
Changed Since Iron Man

Tone of Marvel Films Have Changed Since Iron Man

They're getting nuttier. 'New Yorker' digs deep into how the MCU has taken over Hollywood

(Newser) - "Twenty years ago, few people would have bet that a struggling comic-book company would turn a bunch of second-string superheroes into movie icons—much less swallow the film industry whole," writes Michael Schulman in the New Yorker . And yet here we are in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. At...

Harrison Ford's Marvel Debut: Captain America: Brave New World

Ford takes over a role vacated by the death of actor William Hurt

(Newser) - Iconic actor Harrison Ford is trading in his fedora and bullwhip for a role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. CNN reports that a recent Instagram post from Anthony Mackie, who stars as Captain America in the upcoming movie Captain America: Brave New World, Ford is seen sharing a laugh with...

Guardians of the Galaxy 3 Drops a Bomb (an F-Bomb)

Chris Pratt has MCU's first major profanity in clip from James Gunn's upcoming sequel

(Newser) - It's the day some of you cuss-prone people have been waiting for, at least according to Gizmodo : The Marvel Cinematic Universe has logged its first F-bomb. The Marvel Studio's franchise features the profanity in a new clip from the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, with Chris...

First Trailer for The Marvels Is Out
First Marvels
Trailer Released

First Marvels Trailer Released

Captain Marvel is joined by 2 other MCU women

(Newser) - When Captain Marvel became the first female-fronted Marvel Cinematic Universe movie in 2019, studio president Kevin Feige said there would be many more to come. On Tuesday, Marvel released the first trailer for sequel The Marvels, starring three women: Brie Larson returning as Captain Marvel, Teyonah Parris from WandaVision, and...

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