Meet the Eternals cast

Meet the Eternals cast thanks to Entertainment Weekly

The film is due in November, but you can meet the Eternals cast now thanks to Entertainment Weekly Entertainment Weekly has published a set of exclusive interviews with the Eternals cast. We won’t steal their thunder, but will tell you why it’s worth taking a look, and remind you about the film (due November 5). … >

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Marvel Eternals

Eternals — teaser trailer released for Marvel’s film due in November

Marvel has released an official teaser trailer for Eternals — the excitement is building There’s a new Marvel teaser trailer, and it’s for Eternals a big extension to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), due in cinemas in November. While the MCU stage 4 is steaming ahead on Disney+ with WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and June’s Loki, there’s anther … >

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Captain Marvel movie: Gemma Chan shares set photos

Humans star Gemma Chan has shared a couple of photos from the set of her next big screen project, Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel movie. Chan’s role in this 2019 blockbuster is Minn-Erva, an alien scientist from the comics who traditionally has blue skin. Chan posted these two images of her on-set seating arrangement, confirming that she is on … >

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Captain Marvel: Gemma Chan joins the cast

English actress Gemma Chan has signed up for a role in Marvel Studios’ female-fronted superhero flick, Captain Marvel. Brie Larson will headline the movie, in the role of fighter-pilot-turned-superhero Carol Danvers (aka Captain Marvel, the film’s title character). Chan, who is currently best known for her starring role in Channel 4’s Humans series, is widely … >

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‘Humans’ finale review: Hester has been the core of Season 2

Alexander Pope said it: ‘To err is Human; to forgive, divine.’ And if Alexander Pope were alive today and watching Humans (which he absolutely would be, in between penning The Rape of the Lock and watching Homes Under The Hammer in his pants), I’m sure he’d amend that phrase to ‘To err is Human; to … >

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‘Humans’ Season 2 Episode 7 review: Neil Maskell is disarmingly natural

Glass. I’ve been thinking about glass this week, and if you’ve just watched tonight’s Humans then you can probably see where I’m going with this. It’s often the case that separating a conversation with a sheet of glass instantly makes it more interesting (Silence of the Lambs, Skyfall, Star Trek Into Darkness, me last Thursday telling … >

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‘Humans’ review: Season 2 Episode 4 is a chance to slow down

For as long as there’s been technology, there’s been a pervading worry about the effect it’ll have on our lives. In the Victorian era, people worried that terrifying speeds of 30mph on the railways would cause organ failure. At the dawn of radio, some naysayers proclaimed it was a distraction for young minds. And in … >

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‘Humans’ review: Season 2 Episode 2 sees more fantastic world-building

With the Elster software spreading like a virus, Humans starts to explore the idea that acquired consciousness doesn’t automatically mean instantly acquired intelligence. For instance, my 10 month old nephew possesses a consciousness, and he keeps smushing broccoli into the carpet and repeatedly forgets that he’s scared of Mr. Pontipine’s moustache on In The Night … >

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