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Danny Elfman on Why Writing Music for the Scarlet Witch Was a Challenge
The acclaimed composer on combining horror and superheroes, reflecting the Scarlet Witch's role, and including musical nods to Marvel's past.
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How the New Guardians of the Galaxy Coaster Links Marvel & Disney World History
We went on Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind and found out how it reaches deep into MCU and Disney World history thanks to a Star-Lord link.
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Where ‘Moon Knight’ Could Go Next, MCU Team-Ups Included
'Moon Knight's Executive Producers on the big finale events and what they'd like to see next for the character as we wait to find out if he'll return.
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Who's More Powerful: Doctor Strange or the Scarlet Witch?
'Doctor Strange' director Sam Raimi and the cast on some big magical showdowns, bringing a horror element into the MCU, and more.
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What We Know About the Afterlife in the MCU
On the heels of Moon Knight's revelations, we take a look at what we've seen so far of the MCU's afterlife and some possibilities from the comics.
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‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Trailer Has All Eyes on Jane Foster
The Fandom MCU wiki saw a big jump at the page for the newly Mighty Jane Foster, while the villain Gorr is getting a ton of interest, sight unseen.
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Ethan Hawke on Arthur Harrow’s History as the Previous Moon Knight
Ethan Hawke ponders the history (and prequel potential) for his 'Moon Knight' character, Harrow's cult leader role, and the actor's new bad guy era.
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Why ‘Moon Knight’ Tells a Notably Standalone MCU Story
'Moon Knight's creators on the importance of doing right by the character's mental health elements and keeping his story self-contained (for now).
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Peacemaker: John Cena on Why He's Grateful for That Big Finale Cameo
With 'Peacemaker' Season 1 wrapped up, John Cena talks to us about Chris' big choice, why Vigilante rules, and why he's up for anything in Season 2.
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Could Superpowered Villains Fit into 'The Batman' Version of Gotham?
Matt Reeves, Robert Pattinson, and Zoe Kravitz on Bruce Wayne's mindset, Selina Kyle's role, and if this Batman could fight superpowered villains.
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Why the Eternals Costumes Were so Tricky to Design
Check out an exclusive clip from the Digital and 4K Eternals release, as the costume designer and cast discuss creating 10 new superhero costumes.
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Gunn and Cena on Why Peacemaker Deserves the Spotlight
The cast and creators of the first DCEU TV series on why you may think of 'The Suicide Squad' character differently going forward.
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Peacemaker's History: From His Watchmen Connection to His Own TV Show
How a fairly obscure character from a defunct comics publisher ended up partially inspiring Watchmen and making his way to his own HBO Max series.
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‘Hawkeye’ Directors on Bringing Back Kingpin and Yelena Belova
Bert & Bertie on crafting a beloved scene over a bowl of mac and cheese, the suspicions about Clint's wife's past, and more.
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Exploring the Hot Toys Versions of the Spider-Verse
We take a look at three currently available Spider-Man-based Hot Toys figures, covering both the MCU and 'Into the Spider-Verse' worlds for Spidey.
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How to Get Your Own Iron Spider Electronic Helmet
Win an Iron Spider Electronic Helmet to celebrate the release of ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’
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The History of the Spider-Verse is Longer Than You Might Think
With 'No Way Home' and 'Across the Spider-Verse' both involving multiple universes, we look back at the many iterations the Spider-Verse has taken.
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What it’s Like to Be Part of the Tracksuit Mafia
'Hawkeye's Fra Fee on what Kazi really thinks about Maya and all that speculation on who Uncle is.
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Who’s Next Into the Spider-Verse?
Who do you want to see next in the ever-expanding Spider-Verse?
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Marvel’s Weirdest and Wildest Hero Might Be Hit-Monkey
The creators of the new animated series 'Marvel's Hit-Monkey' on getting to explore the dark and comic world of a character who terrifies Deadpool.
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Marvel Legends Celebrates 20 Years With Old School Captain America and Iron Man
Exclusive: Get the details on the first releases from a new 20th anniversary line of Marvel Legends figures, paying tribute to their Toy Biz origins.
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Oscar Isaac Down for Spider-Man 2099 Return
The 'Addams Family 2' star on why Gomez & Morticia are a couple to look up to and getting to go to interesting places in the MCU 'Moon Knight' series.
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‘What If…?’ Designers on Reimagining the MCU in Animation
How Team 'What If...?' approached translating the MCU into animation and introducing new takes on familiar characters mixed with brand new locations.
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How ‘Shang-Chi’ Reinvents The Mandarin
Director Destin Daniel Cretton on the film's complicated family dynamics and who got Snapped. 
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‘What If…?' Includes MCU Deep Cuts and Live-Action Potential
The 'What If...' team discuss twists on familiar stories, Chadwick Boseman's final performance as T'Challa, and the show's Multiverse possibilities.
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Cena Guesses Our 'The Suicide Squad' Fan Poll
James Gunn, John Cena, and Joel Kinnaman discuss who to watch out for on the team, mixing outrageous moments and emotion, and the 'Peacemaker' series.
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Hasbro’s Approach to Bringing G.I. Joe to Old and New Fans In the Modern Era
We speak to Hasbro's Design Manager about getting G.I. Joe action figures back on shelves, updating characters, and listening to fans.
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‘Loki’ Director on How the Beginning and End of the Finale Changed
Kate Herron on cutting a big action scene from the finale, why Sylvie and Loki make sense, Easter eggs, cameos, and audience reaction.
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James Gunn on Why He Wanted to Take Risks With ‘The Suicide Squad’
The writer-director of the new film on putting the audience in his characters' point of view, the power of Harley Quinn and Starro, and more.
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From the TVA to The Void: Designing the Look of ‘Loki’
The Production Designer for 'Loki' explains the approach to bringing the show's many worlds and environments to the screen.
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‘Black Widow’ Director on Showing a Darker Side of the MCU
Cate Shortland talks to Fandom about why it important to delve into Natasha Romanoff's dark past and introducing Yelena Belova into the MCU.
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Evolution of a Spy: The Psychology of Black Widow
As Natasha Romanoff finally gets her own solo film, a clinical psychologist analyzes what drives the assassin turned Avenger.
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Creating ‘Loki’s Rules for Time Travel
'Loki's creators and cast members on figuring out what all the squiggly lines mean when it comes to the timeline.
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The God of Mischief Who Would be King: The Psychology of Loki
More insight into what motivates Loki's frequent betrayals and changes of heart.
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We Tackle the Entire DCEU for Honest Trailers #400! 
Celebrate our 400th Honest Trailer with this look at the DCEU.
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M.O.D.O.K.: The Appeal of Marvel’s Most Offbeat Supervillain
'Marvel's M.O.D.O.K.' cast Patton Oswalt, Aimee Garcia, and Melissa Fumero and Fandom's Marvel community on why they love the unusual character.
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‘Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Director on Sam’s Costume and Isaiah’s Impact
With 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' concluded, we talk to the show's director about where we left off with Sam, Bucky, Walker, and Sharon.
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From ‘Loki’s TVA to Kang: The Marvel Time Masters Coming to the MCU
The 'Loki' trailer, along with the villain for 'Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,' indicate time travel is the MCU's way of the future (and past).
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John Walker Shows the Volatile Side of a Superhero
Wyatt Russell discusses 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' and how his new Captain America is trying to figure out what kind of superhero he is.
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Captain America’s Legacy Looms Over ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’
The head writer and director of the new Marvel / Disney+ series on Zemo's return and depicting life after The Blip in the MCU.
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The Long Road to ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’
With The Snyder Cut finally being released on HBO Max this week, we look back at the complicated path it took to get here.
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Prepping for 'Madness': The Psychology of the Scarlet Witch
A clinical psychologist examines Wanda Maximoff and why it's relatable that she retreated into a story to process her grief.
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‘WandaVision’ Creators Discuss the Finale, Ralph, and Whether Wanda Feels Guilty
SPOILERS! 'WandaVision' showrunner Jac Schaeffer and director Matt Shakman discuss how the show ended, the big reveals, and what's next.
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7 MCU Moments That Showed The Falcon Was Worthy of Cap’s Shield
With 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' upon us, we look back at why Steve Rogers felt Sam Wilson should be Captain America.
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'Agatha All Along' and More: Creating the Visuals of 'WandaVision'
The show's cinematographer and production designer on how they craft the show's decades-spanning look. 
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Superman and Lois: A Romantic History on Page and Screen
Ahead of the premiere of The CW's Superman & Lois, take a look back at a timeline of Lois and Supes' relationship in the comic books and on screen.
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Monica Rambeau’s Path From ‘WandaVision’ to ‘Captain Marvel 2’
Teyonah Parris on 'Geraldine' not being who she says, that face off with Wanda, and her big MCU future teaming up with Carol Danvers.
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Looking Beneath the Surface with ‘WandaVision’s Neighbors
Kathryn Hahn and Debra Jo Rupp on playing classic sitcom roles with a mysterious MCU twist in the new Disney+ series.
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Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany on the MCU Getting Weird in ‘WandaVision’
The stars promise that the first TV series from Marvel Studios shows just how 'bonkers' a Marvel superhero story can get.
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What Wonder Woman Was Actually Up to in the 1980s
Wonder Woman's new movie brings Diana to 1984, so we're taking a look at what the original comics had the hero up to during that era.
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