Don't expect a Sam-and-Diane paradox to develop between Dax and Mantis à la Star-Lord and Gamora, at least according to the actors portraying them.
Wonder Woman is the first major female-led superhero movie to come out in more than a decade and unquestionably the most anticipated one in comic-book film history. While Gal Gadot stars as Amazonian warrior Diana Prince, Chris Pine plays Steve Trevor, an Air Force officer who in some of the trailers is seen being defended by Wonder Woman, as Superman once protected Lois Lane.
Will they or won’t they? It looks like two “Spider-Man: Homecoming” characters won’t be getting together after all.
By now, the trailers for Logan (in theaters March 3) have made it very clear that this is not a typical superhero movie. Quiet and despairing, light on special effects and heavy on character drama, the third Wolverine solo film looks to be a drastic departure from previous X-Men films, not to mention the Marvel and DC Comics films that dominate the genre. At a December press event last year, I previewed the first 40 minutes of Logan, and I can tell you that superhero films are never going to be the same.
Ryan Reynolds cooks up even bigger and bolder things for Deadpool — and tries to convince another Marvel A-lister to join him in a standalone adventure.