LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Two of Broadway's biggest stars teamed up to release a song on Monday in support of the March for Our Lives gun control movement started by students at a Florida high school.

Brie Larson’s MCU debut looks to have been shelved until 2019.

This past weekend saw another flurry of rumors suggesting that Captain Marvel was a shoo-in for Avengers: Infinity War, leading many to assume that Carol Danvers would receive a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cameo similar to Flash’s bit part in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Turns out that’s not the case, after Disney (h/t /Film) confirmed today that Captain Marvel won’t be featured in Avengers: Infinity War whatsoever, and that Brie Larson’s first screen appearance as the supercharged heroine will be arriving in 2019 – across both Captain Marvel and the so-far untitled Avengers 4.

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There’s never been a movie quite like Avengers: Infinity War.

Sure, The Avengers and 2015’s Age of Ultron assembled vast swathes of Marvel characters in a similar fashion. But read between the lines and you’ll begin to realize that Infinity War is the culmination of a 10-year storyline – a 10-year legacy – that began with the humble release of Jon Favreau’s Iron Man movie all the way back in 2008.

It’s also unique in the sense that Thanos, the film’s primary antagonist and the one true source of chaos in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has affected most, if not all of our leading heroes – either directly or indirectly – thereby giving them a reason to take up arms against the Mad Titan.

With that in mind, Sam Wilson (Falcon) himself, Anthony Mackie recently warned fans of the “shocking moments” to come in Avengers: Infinity War.

Avengers 3 is going to be very different and they’re gonna be a lot of shocking moments. And I think the fans are gonna get more than they expect out of this movie, from all characters. I think this is the most human of the Avengers movies, of all the Marvel movies. So I think you’ll be really surprised to see how normal these superheroes could be. It’s a very very interesting storyline that we’ve chosen to tell. Like I said, it just gives a humanity to...

Will Avengers: Infinity War and the still untitled Avengers 4 be Robert Downey Jr.’s final appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? With the duology marking the culmination of the first ten years of the franchise, it would make poetic sense for the daddy of the MCU to bow out in order to signal the beginning of a new chapter, but at this stage, all we have are fan theories as the cast and crew remain quiet on the topic.

While talking with Empire Magazine, for example, the man who is Iron Man was asked what he’ll do when his Marvel career comes to an end. He explained that he’ll take the future as it comes, cleverly circumnavigating the question of whether his time as Tony Stark will be over soon.

“You know what, I’ve learned a lot from the missus. You know how what or how you’re gonna end until it is. That takes a lot of the edge off. She’s learned how to be like, ‘You won’t know until you’re there so you’re wasting your time on that equation. That’s not on the test.'”

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You might expect that the gag reel to The Disaster Artist would be extremely funny, and you’d be right to expect it. A lot of the bloopers seem to be the cast getting the giggles, which is funny since it’s still better than the movie they’re spoofing by mile and miles. If you don’t know the movie that this is a parody of then you might need to bite the bullet and watch The Room. I can’t believe I just said that but I did. Then you might get an idea of why everything seems so funny. At the very

“The Disaster Artist” Gag Reel is as Funny As You’d Expect

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