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Ant-Man 3 has cast Jonathan Majors as the next Marvel Cinematic Universe villain. The “Lovecraft Country” star is set to portray the supervillain Kang the Conqueror in the sequel to 2018’s Ant-Man and the Wasp. The site also claims that Kang, a time-traveling opponent of the Avengers, could make an appearance in future MCU films, too. Meanwhile, Peyton…

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Jamie Foxx has claimed that Black Panther opened the door for a Spawn reboot by increasing diversity in the genre. The Oscar-winning actor is attached to star as Al Simmons, who becomes the demon soldier, in Todd McFarlane’s superhero movie and credits the 2018 Marvel Cinematic Universe flick for increasing diversity in the genre. In…

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Kevin Hart is set to star in superhero comedy. The Night School actor is producing the third movie he’s done with STXFilms in a partnership with his own HartBeat Productions. Hart previously announced Black Friday and an untitled comedy with the studio. Night Wolf sees the comedian play an “everyday guy” who discovers he’s a titular superhero…

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There will soon be a new and openly gay Black male superhero to hit the screens, and that hero’s name is SuperB—-. So says Oscar-winning director Lee Daniels, according to a recent Instagram post. The character has become a viral video sensation that features a man in high heeled thigh boots and a shiny skintight spandex shirt…

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Stan Lee, the creator of today’s big screen superheroes including Spider-Man, Hulk, Fantastic Four, Black Panther and others, has died. He was 95. Born Stanley Martin Lieber on Dec. 28, 1922, to immigrant parents in the Washington Heights section of New York, Lee grew up in poverty. He started his career in the comic book world…

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Michael B. Jordan captured audience members with his passionate portrayal of Killmonger in the hit superhero film, Black Panther. Jordan could possibly be casted as the creme de la creme of superheros in the next installment of the Super Man series. According to reports by Hollywood Reporter, Henry Cavill, the actor who played Superman in three…

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For many decades, when it came to the science fiction and fantasy genres, Blacks were sadly missing or present only in the background. For many, the presence wasn’t solidified until the premiere of the hit TV show “Star Trek” in 1966 that America saw Nichelle Nichols portray Lt. Uhura that showed Black people somehow survived…

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