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Scarlett Johansson Suggests ‘Black Widow’ Film Could Be Set In Russia and Explore Widow Program

Scarlett Johansson Suggests ‘Black Widow’ Film Could Be Set In Russia and Explore Widow Program

In an interview with Variety, Scarlett Johansson spoke about the potential of Marvel making a Black Widow standalone film, giving her own ideas of what that film could explore. I think there’s a lot of opportunity to mine that storyline. She’s got a really rich origins story. There’s a lot of places you can go

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Diversity Aboveground: Free Comic Book Day 2016

Saturday, May 7, 2016 is Free Comic Book Day! Yes, it’s time once again to locate your participating stores, show up, check out the free comics and give them some love with your cash, too. Store vary from the usual comic book stores to book sellers like Books a Million to collectibles shops. You can

Russo Brothers Tease Interest In Making ‘Black Widow’ Movie

The Russo Brothers are really making a huge impact upon the Marvel Cinematic Unvierse, directing Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, and Avengers: Infinity War.  They haven’t made their post-Infinity War plans known, but they’ve hinted in an interview from China (via CBM) that they’d be interested in making solo Black Widow

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Diversity Aboveground: New Magneto Needed?

Nowadays, it can feel like Marvel is nothing but change. Thor, Wolverine and Hawkeye are women. Captain America is African-American. Spider-Man has a Latina mother and an African-American father. With the end of Secret Wars: House of M coming up on October 28, is it time for a new Magneto? The current Magneto, Erik Lehnsherr

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Diversity Aboveground: Flashback Friday- Tammy

Sometimes, there are works in the media that are ahead of their time or mis-categorized. They either fail or have a mediocre following before plunging into dark forgotten regions of Riley’s brain like Bing Bong. In Flashback Friday, those forgotten gems will be explored. This week it’s… Tammy was a dramedy released in time for

Diversity Aboveground: More Action Films Starring Females!

1939 is known as one of the greatest years in motion picture history. The biggest blockbuster didn’t arrive until December 15 but it was about a young southern woman fighting to keep her family farm among war and romances. Gone with the Wind was the highest grossing film for decades and is still argued to

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