Tag: Sebastian Stan

Florence Pugh Shares Thunderbolts Set Video

If you’re not excited for Thunderbolts yet, get ready to have your anticipation gauge stay exactly the same. Today, Florence Pugh shared a video on her Instagram account where she takes her followers on a tour of the Thunderbolts set, walking from her trailer to the stage, where director Jake Sc...

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Steven Yeun Leaves Thunderbolts

Marvel’s next superteam is down one member. Deadline reports that Steven Yeun has exited the upcoming MCU film Thunderbolts due to “scheduling conflicts” created by production delays in the wake of the actors’ strike. Yeun was set to play Sentry, a hugely powerful hero from the comics. Thun...

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Sebastian Stan Will Play Donald Trump

The Winter Soldier will be donning a MAGA hat, or at least an elaborate blond wig. Deadline exclusively reports that Sebastian Stan will play President Donald Trump – before he became the President – in a biopic about Trump building his real estate business in the 70s and 80s, as well as his rel...

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Thunderbolts Gets a New Screenwriter

Marvel’s newest superteam is getting a new script. Variety exclusively reports that Lee Sung Jin has been brought in to rewrite the Thunderbolts screenplay. As with pretty much everyone Marvel hires for creative work, you’ve probably never heard of Lee Sung Jin; he’s written episodes of variou...

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REVIEW: What If…? – Season 1, Episode 1 “What If… Captain Carter Were the First Avenger?”

After giving us a month to regain our sanity and gastrointestinal fortitude following the merciful end of Loki, Marvel has released its first animated series set in the MCU, What If…? Based on the comic series, What If…? takes us on a tour of the multiverse with Uatu the Watcher as our guide, sh...

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REVIEW: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Episode 6 “One World, One People”

“One World, One People” is, if nothing else, the blissful end to this tedious chore of a series. It’s as obnoxiously preachy as you’d expect after last week, but it’s worse because it revels in its effectively admitted ignorance. Parts of it are good, though, and those parts frustrate beca...

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