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Marvel moviegoers may remember the key scene in Captain America: The Winter Soldier in which Cap and Black Widow stumble upon the phalanx of ancient computer hardware that made up the preserved “brain” of the villainous Arnim Zola. However, in some newly-surfaced storyboard animatics chronicling an alternate take things go down quite differently than the scene we saw.
The actor who was left for dead near the end of Captain America: The Winter Soldier is reprising his villainous role of Crossbones in Civil War. And from what we were able to see in leaked set visit photos and footage, he will fight Captain America and Falcon (Anthony Mackie) in what looks like a small African city, probably Wakanda.
Tilda Swinton is joining the Marvel verse in a key role, though the studio is making one drastic change.
Scott Derrickson has been reading a ton of Doctor Strange comic books and posting his favorite panels to social media in anticipation of his Marvel movie with Benedict Cumberbatch as the Sorcerer Supreme. His recent tweet revealed that we'll be meeting the personification of Death in this Phase Three installment.
The comic-inspired costume that Paul Rudd wears in the upcoming Ant-Man seems to be controversy-free. However, some notable critics regarding the unitards’s utilitarian value happen to be the people who created the getup. Apparently, a gaping, potentially fatal flaw was left in the design for the sake of aesthetics for the would-be Avengers team member.
With Marvel and Sony Pictures newly working together on Spider-Man, opportunity to give the story new and different iterations than previous films has arisen. And though Emma Stone is not sure of the reality of a female-centered Spider-Man movie, she could be interested.
Marvel likes to throw us curveballs. The one for Ant-Man, however, could possibly mean the inclusion of a surprise villain to battle both the size-shrinking Scott Lang and the rampaging Yellowjacket.
For now, what we know about Ant-Man is that it will be the final movie in Marvel’s Phase Two, and it’s going to establish Scott Lang (Rudd), Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and Hope Van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) as vital components of Marvel’s history… and the history of The Avengers. Find out how when the movie opens in theaters on July 17.
Because of the way Marvel Studios operates, it’s very easy to predict that there will be a film somewhere down the line that lets the characters of The Avengers mingle with those from Guardians of the Galaxy.
We should start facing one harsh reality: not everyone will live to see the end of the Civil War. The third Captain America movie, which is just as large in scale as The Avengers, is in the midst of production, and set photos have been leaking left and right. The latest to drop reveals the first Marvel character to meet her maker in Civil War.
While fans are already looking ahead to next year’s Captain America: Civil War, it can be fun to reflect on what could have been in regards to the past entries; in this case, last year’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier. It seems that some storyboard-based animatics have surfaced, revealing that the film had a different opening sequence in mind than the one we ultimately got.
Now you can re-experience the awesomeness of Steve Rogers’ last solo outing Captain America: The Winter Soldier in a brand new way thanks to this 8-bit remake.
One of the biggest reveals left to connect to Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) is how Marvel will tie the hero in to the already-established MCU. We’re starting to get answers.
The action has begun on the set of Captain America: Civil War, and while we can be sure that the film will ultimately include all kinds of flashy sequences, today we get a preview of one of them. Watch Anthony Mackie as Falcon take flight!
The past few years have been big milestones in Matthew McConaughey’s acting career. After earning an Academy Award for Best Actor in Dallas Buyer’s Club in 2013, and an Emmy nomination for his stellar performance in True Detective, the 45-year-old actor has become a hot commodity in building critically-acclaimed films. So would the elite actor step into the realm of superhero movies?
Marvel's latest superhero opus Avengers: Age of Ultron just passed another huge milestone, earning $1 billion worldwide.
Again, right now, it’s all speculation. But it’s fun speculation, egged on by a calculated Tweet dropped by Mark Ruffalo, who HAS to know that he can’t innocently Tweet Marvel stuff without whipping comic-book-movie fans into a frenzy.
With Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: Civil War now in production, we knew it was only a matter of time before Marvel Studios finally settled on an actor to sign as their new version of Spider-Man.
Yesterday, Selma director Ava DuVernay was reported to being looked at by Marvel Studios to possibly helm Black Panther, but no she may be facing some competition from another filmmaker.
A lot went down in Avenger: Age of Ultron, and if you weren't already versed in Marvel Cinematic Universe lingo, then it could've been difficult to follow. Here's our recap of happened to each of the Marvel heroes and where they're likely to go post-Ultron.