BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
When Edgar Wright walked away from directing Ant-Man, he cited "creative differences," but now thanks to a new report, we have a better idea of what some of these differences were.
Marvel Studios may not have another movie coming out until next May, but things are very busy behind the scenes right now.
Spielberg's comments likely are accurate, and it’s more a matter of when the cycle will slow down, rather than “if” it will ever decrease in speed. What do you think? Are superhero movies on borrowed time? Or do we have decades of great stories still to come? Weigh in
Inherent Vice star and self-proclaimed Oscar hater Joaquin Phoenix was considered for a role in Marvel’s Doctor Strange. By now you hopefully know that the part ultimately went to Benedict Cumberbatch, and Phoenix is totally fine with that. In fact, he says he’d rather stay away from all of those Marvel movies, and even the upcoming slate of Star Wars films.
“I was never Spider-Man.” So says Andrew Garfield. Whether or not you believe Garfield was a poor choice for the character, the actor spoke out about his time in the role and think she failed in many ways.
Both Thor: Ragnarok and Captain Marvel are being considered for filming in a place the Marvel films haven’t visited yet: Australia.
It was reported that actor Mads Mikkelsen is in early talks to join Doctor Strange, and word has it he might be a villain. Here are our top five contenders for the antagonist he may end up playing in the 2016 blockbuster.
The Mad Titan Thanos has faced off against numerous heavy-hitters of the Marvel Universe since his first appearance in 1973. With Josh Brolin primed and ready to take on the entire heroic roster of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers: Infinity War, just which hero is he most excited to take on?
It turns out that in order for Paul Bettany to become The Vision in Avengers: Age Of Ultron he had to be put through quite the rigmarole on a daily basis.
We now have our first look at Hawkeye’s new costume from Captain America: Civil War through concept art shown by Jeremy Renner himself. It's way more purple than before.
Earlier this week, the Avengers: Age of Ultron post-credits scene was posted online. As cool as it was to see Thanos put on the Infinity Gauntlet, we have some questions about what precisely went down, and why then.
James Gunn just confirmed that Vin Diesel will reprise his role as Groot, the eight foot tall alien tree with a limited vocabulary, in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but with only three words in his lexicon, some have wondered why.
It was a carefully guarded secret. Then, it showed up in a few of the early commercials. Now, the fantastic Ant-Man fight scene between Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and Sam Wilson, aka Falcon, can be seen online.
It's been more than a full decade since we last saw the vampire-hunting daywalker known as Blade on the silver screen - but if new rumors are to be believed, then the character may soon be making a comeback. But rather than a movie following the incarnation fans are familiar with from the Wesley Snipes films, it appears that a new movie about the hero could actually center on his daughter.
Just like the original Civil War story, Captain America: Civil War will pit Steve Rogers against Tony Stark, a.k.a. Iron Man. Now it’s being reported that Cap may get some assistance from his oldest friend in this big rumble.
Thanos just couldn’t help himself in showing up for an instant in the Avengers 2 post-credits scene. While you can re-watch this scene on the Age of Ultron home release, the clip hit the web in glorious HD for your enjoyment. Check it out below.
Be wary of potential spoilers from Captain America: Civil War, but it seems like everyone and their moms are in this next Marvel movie — or should we say aunts?
When will the Avengers finally encounter the Guardians of the Galaxy? According to recent comments made by Jeremy Renner, however, it doesn’t seem like these worlds will be merging until after the Infinity War is over and done.
It’s being reported that Spider-Man won’t just swing across the screen and drop a couple one-liners next year in Captain America: Civil War, he may also tangle with one of the Avengers.
Should Marvel take a long, hard look at Ronda Rousey for its upcoming Captain Marvel movie? Possibly. The fighter has been collecting screen experiences over the years, usually because of her fighting skills (like in Furious 7) but also because of her presence.