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The blockbuster of the summer Avengers: Age of Ultron is almost upon us and with that said it's time to bring a little hype to Scarlet Witch. We've seen some small clips and a few stills of the goth-looking hex-artist/superhero (we never said mutant!) but now it's time to meet her in the ďSuper SiblingsĒ featurette.
Marvel's Inhumans may have found a director, the writer of Ant-Man.
Captain America and Thor team up perfectly for the latest Avengers: Age Of Ultron clip, while there's also new footage of the much hyped Iron Man vs Hulk tussle too.
Keeping in mind how exponentially popular the superhero film genre is growing, thereís a belief that certain characters should be brought back for another round. This lists features the heroes and villains that shouldnít appear again for the foreseeable future.
One of the biggest questions Marvelites have regarding the Avengers cinematic universe is, who will be cast as Captain Marvel in the Phase 3 film? Well, the latest word on the street is that they already found her!
As is common for many major blockbusters, Ant-Man recently underwent reshoots, and as a result, fans will see a shift in protagonist Scott Lang that reportedly draws the character closer to how the original director Edgar Wright wrote him.
When Marvel Studios hired Joe and Anthony Russo to make Captain America: The Winter Soldier, it turned out to be a rather inspired choice. This success is obviously something that one would expect the studio to celebrate, and they've apparently been doing so in a big way.
Punisher: War Zone's director thinks her movie would have been much better if Marvel had been more involved.
For decades, Peter Parker has been the lone identity of the amazing Spider-Man, but that persona has been passed to at least two other characters in recent years, and some fans thought it might be time to give Mr. Parker a rest. Well, Marvel apparently disagrees.
Itís true that DC Comics will be beating Marvel Studios to the box office with their first female-led superhero blockbuster in the form of 2017ís Wonder Woman, but the folks at the House of Ideas truthfully arenít trailing too far behind.
For several months, it has been teased that the Avengers team seen next month in Avengers: Age of Ultron will not look the same by the time the story is finished. We may know who will comprise the teamís new lineup.
An interesting new report has released containing the profit rankings of each major studio in the entertainment industry. As the results seem to indicate, the ever-changing methods through which the studios channel their content are making it increasingly difficult to discern who truly has the upper hand.
Director Joss Whedon stated that Avengers: Age of Ultron will feature appearances from Marvel characters that havenít been seen yet in previews or photos for the movie. If the skyís the limit, here are 5 heroes who could appear and surprise us with cameos.
Dylan O'Brien has suggested that, if he was asked, he probably doesn't have room in his schedule to play Spider-Man.
That new and extended Avengers 2 TV spot that dropped online Thursday was pretty spectacular. But low and behold, thereís another variation to this preview that shows another, though small piece of footage thatíll put even more ants in your pants.
Much like how The Winter Soldier completely changed the trajectory of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so too will Captain America: Civil War. As Marvel continues to firm up its casting, a plot synopsis for the film has been unearthed, which teasse the events leading from Age of Ultron into Civil War.
There have been plenty of instances where a hero or villainís costume was either an eyesore or completely opposite of the characterís look from the comics. Here are the 10 characters that wore the ugliest costumes in all of superhero movie history.
It looks like yet another Marvel Comics property will soon be making its way to the big screen in what will surely be a magnificent montage of monstrosity. The title of said property? Crash Ryan! Wondering who the hell is Crash Ryan? Well, he is a character who once graced the pages Marvel Comics and, thanks to a producerís recent purchase of the film rights, it looks like heís getting a movie
Captain America: Civil War already has an impressive superhero lineup, but it may be getting even bigger.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has done a good job of keeping its superheroes alive over the last seven years, but that soon may change. Itís being suggested that one of Earthís Mightiest Heroes wonít make it out alive in the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Now comes the hard part: Waiting until May 1, when The Avengers: Age of Ultron opens everywhere and kicks off not only a massive summer blockbuster season, but also a transition into the comic-book studioís Phase Three.
Jason Momoa took the opportunity at a recent comic-con appearance to throw some gasoline on the DC versus Marvel fire.
When one thinks of Marvel movies, they likely think of imagery tailored to the male demographic. But if Disney fins success with its new plans, aimed at marketing Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron more to women, we may begin to see the brand establish a more symbiotic relationship across both sexes in the coming years.
How much money do you think The Avengers: Age Of Ultron is on track to make in its first weekend? Take that number, write it down, and compare to what we've heard in the story you're about to read. The most recent estimates may surprise you.
With all the darkness expected in Avengers: Age of Ultron, thereís bound to be casualties along the way in the fight against Ultron and his minions, and not just civilians or minor characters. Here are the major players that could be killed off during the movie.