Mr. Russell plays it brilliantly making him more three-dimensional to a character that could've easily been one-note.
Enter Hawkeye's number one fan, Kate Bishop, a naive and adventurous college student who has a knack for archery herself.
Ranging from period dramas to indie horror hits, Florence Pugh has made quite the career lately.
Oscar Issac has to pull off a "Peter Sellers" and not just play one but THREE different characters.
One of the few films in Phase 4 that isn't a sequel or a spin-off with an already introduced character, Shang-Chi was new ground.
Carl makes every minute count from his conversations with Sam to his tearful silence at the Smithsonian.
Richard E. Grant chews up every scene he is on display in as one of the many Loki "variants."
Johnathan Majors' brief appearance as one of the countless iterations of Kang the Conqueror was unique.
The incredible Christian Bale is one of the few actors to have maintained his career since childhood.
Ms. Marvel is the first of its kind to give more merit to that type of hero and Iman portrays it marvelously.