Potential SPOILERS, depending on your level of spoilage. Proceed at your own risk. Chances are you’ve seen CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR already and chances are you enjoyed the hell out of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man.
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Editor’s note: Today is the debut of The Undefeated, a new ESPN website that explores the intersections of race, sports and culture.
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The wait is finally almost over and you will soon be able to see Captain America: Civil War, this week, at your local multiplex. But, before you do: On Wednesday, we met directors Joe and Anthony Russo at a Midtown Manhattan hotel as part of the almost one last “victory lap” of a press tour.
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With ‘Angry Birds’ headed to theaters, producer David Maisel spills all on how he played a key role in turning Marvel Studios into a global film power as, he says, an inventor of its sequels and quasi-sequels strategy and engineer of the Disney sale.
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DC came first. That’s the most important thing to know, that DC was there first. They were called Detective Comics, Inc, later to be called National Publications, later to be called DC, and they invented superheroes with Action Comics #1.
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To borrow a line from the jaded antihero of a recent $250 million-plus blockbuster, superhero movies are like weeds. Pull one up—or let it die a grisly death from crushing reviews or worse, an anemic box office take—and another one is green-lit in its place.
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