Actor Michael Keaton, who played Bruce Wayne in Tim Burton's Batman and its sequel, revealed that he's never watched a single DC or Marvel movie – even his own.
In an interview with Variety, the actor explained "I know people don't believe this, that I've never seen an entire version of any of those movies – and Marvel movie, any other. And I don't say that I don't watch that because I'm highbrow – trust me! It's not that." He added "It's just that there's very [few] things I watch. I start watching something and think it is great and I watch three episodes, but I have other shit to do!"
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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3's new addition to the franchise's cast, Will Poulter, has dished on what was a prolonged audition process.
In an interview with ITV's This Morning, the English actor explained how securing a role in James Gunn's highly anticipated entry into Marvel's Guardians franchise was no easy feat. He said that he sent in "a number of" audition tapes and then was asked to fly out for an in-person audition. This was made even tougher due to the fact that, according to Poulter, he is not great at auditions; something he attributes to his nerves.
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Actor Christian Bale explained that a lot of material in Thor: Love and Thunder was deemed too scary for family audiences.
With Thor: Love and Thunder's July 8 release date around the corner, Christian Bale, who plays Gorr the God Butcher in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film, revealed in an interview that director Taika Waititi is "a funny bastard, and he did a lot funnier stuff than was allowed to be in the film, in my opinion."
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Some people might say that it’s absolutely bonkers to list every song in a Marvel movie or TV show. Would those people be right? Absolutely. Is that reason ever going to stop us over here at Consequence? Absolutely not. The below is an exhaustively researched, super-long playlist of (most) of the songs featured in the soundtrack of a Marvel film or TV show, compiled in an attempt to capture the unique way that music is used in the MCU.
In our research, we chose to focus on the MCU’s theatrically released films, plus its Disney+ series, as they are all tied together by a single megamind, Kevin Feige, and are thus certifiably canon.
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Paul Thomas Anderson Cites Fast Times at Ridgemont High as a Licorice Pizza Inspiration, Lists Venom 2 as 2021 Favorite
Licorice Pizza, beloved director Paul Thomas Anderson’s highly anticipated new film, has been the talk of the town. Ever since it was announced, details of the feature remained largely under wraps but things have slowly begun to emerge since its first trailer. Luckily for all of us, Variety sat down this week with Anderson and talked juicy LP deets.
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