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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been incredibly successful in its ability to create a shared universe of superheroes, with each one being a fully realized and unique character. For all the success that Marvel has had with creating their heroes, one place where they have been routinely criticized is in their villains.
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After decades of playing an important role in the history of Marvel Comics, Black Panther is finally getting his day on the big screen. Captain America: Civil War marks the characterís first live-action adaptation, and as part of the unfolding Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he will soon be at the center of his very own solo movie.
Everyone has their own opinion as to who should debut in the MCU next, and it seems that the writers of Captain America: Civil War want to see a certain aquatic hero make his debut.
The MCU features a variety of heroes, but there still has yet to be any major LGBT representation on their big screen endeavors. Hereís what Captain America: Civil War directors Joe and Anthony Russo think about the chances of that changing.
While the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to unleash their 13th film, there are several heroes within the MCU who have never been given their share of the spotlight. 1,000 movie fans were recently asked which hero, currently on Marvelís second string, should get the promotion to headliner.
Captain America: Civil War introduces two extremely important superheroes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. One of them is Spider-Man, who has already been at the center of five of his own movies. The other character, however, is TíChalla a.k.a. Black Panther Ė a hero making his live-action debut in the blockbuster who isnít terribly well-known to mass audiences.
On one side, we have audiences who are willing to pay the full price for a 3D ticket to Marvelís latest adventure. And on the other side, we have loyal To 3D readers who need to know if the time and effort put in to the Civil War conversion is worth it.
Joe and Anthony Russoís Captain America: Civil War caps off the trilogy that began with Joe Johnstonís Captain America: The First Avenger back in 2011, but it is so much more than just another film about Chris Evansí Steve Rogers.
With each step closer to Captain America: Civil War we also take a step closer to the point at which the Marvel Cinematic Universe will need to go through major changes. Actors will begin to leave at some point, and one of the first expected to go is Robert Downey Jr.
The deal that helped send Spider-Man back to Marvel (or, officially to Marvel mfor the first time) raised a lot of hope and awarenessÖ but also, a lot of questions. The wall-crawler had been a major player in Sonyís superhero game. How iwll Marvel be involved now?
With the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe we've finally seen definitive versions of some of our favorite heroes on the screen. The problem with movies, however, is that unlike a comic book, they donít simply create the characters, they also link actual people to those parts.
Being a superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a pretty amazing thing for an actor, but some of them have to go through a process that is quite torturous. Paul Bettany and Chadwick Boseman certainly qualify in this area.
Five reasons why Tony Stark is the best member of the current Avengers roster to take Peter Parker under his wing in the coming Marvel Cinematic Universe movies.
While many have decried the fact that Disney now controls several major companies responsible for numerous aspects of pop culture, there is one significant benefit to it. It's all available at one theme park.
One of the first films announced for the epic Phase Three, the future of Inhumans just got a little darker. After multiple delays, the film has another major obstacle to hurdle.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe started out like an exclusive party. If you wanted in at the beginning you either had to be somebody or know somebody who was somebody. Recently, however, it's been more about who's not there than who is.
Weíre moving closer to the point when Marvel will announce whatís coming in Phase Four post-2019. There a lot of strong possibilities, but then there are some that stand little chance of happening. These are the movies that are unlikely to be in the next Phase.
With Captain America: Civil War on the way, we've compiled a list of the 5 mistakes Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice made that Civil War needs to avoid.
Marvel Studios is now entering the third Phase of its increasingly popular cinematic universe, and in the eight years since it began the films have been getting more and more mature, complex and interesting.