Superhero Night: Oscars Made Things Super

This past Sunday, February 24th was the Oscars, but it was also a huge night for the superhero genre. For the last ten years, superhero films have been present at all award shows and even taken home some awards, most notably The Dark Knight with the legendary Heath Legder taking home the award for Best Supporting Role. Superhero films are always there but they rarely … Continue reading Superhero Night: Oscars Made Things Super

Black Panther Surpasses $700 Million at Domestic Box Office

Black Panther is a phenomenal movie that has been breaking records since its release, such as being the first Marvel movie led by a black superhero (Chadwick Boseman) and one of the only mega budgeted movies with a predominantly black cast and black director. Even though Black Panther premiered almost six months ago and was released on Blu-Ray three months ago, it has continued to … Continue reading Black Panther Surpasses $700 Million at Domestic Box Office

Black Panther Now The Highest Grossing Domestic Superhero Film

Black Panther has been breaking many records since its release on February 16th, including records for films with black directors, films with a predominantly black cast, superhero solo films and superhero films in general. But today, Black Panther broke another record, perhaps the film’s most impressive yet: the highest grossing domestic superhero film. The record, previously held by another Marvel film, The Avengers, was reached … Continue reading Black Panther Now The Highest Grossing Domestic Superhero Film

Road To Infinity War – Avengers: Age of Ultron Review

We, the fans of Marvel Studios’ Marvel Cinematic Universe, are nearing just a month left of waiting for the heroes to come together once again in Avengers: Infinity War. That being said, the last time all of them were really working together was in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Luckily, the eleventh installment in the MCU is the next to be reflected on here at Geek Motivation! Age … Continue reading Road To Infinity War – Avengers: Age of Ultron Review