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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has big plans for the coming years. To keep it all straight, we've laid out the next few years worth of Marvel Studios films, which encompass the remainder of Phase 2 and the officially announced Phase 3 lineup.
Marvel is offering up some major updates today, among which are the planned release dates for their hugely anticipated upcoming projects, specifically in Phase 3. Here's the list of movies they announced with release dates and some excellent title art...
In Marvel Comics, the team known as The Avengers has never included just one particular set of heroes; it's a rotating membership. We've always expected that the movie version of the Avengers would follow the same path, but it looks like it's happening sooner than we thought - as in some time in the midst of Joss Whedon's The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
The Avengers: Age Of Ultron has started sharing its secrets with the rest of us common folk. However, as much as they reveal in the teaser trailer on a surface level, you'd be surprised how many moments had us throwing our hands in the air, screaming "WTF?"
Thanks to the rights to certain Marvel Comics characters belonging to different movie studios, it has long been assumed that the chances of ever seeing a really complete Marvel Cinematic Universe are zero.Because of the legal and business issues behind it all, there are very big walls blocking crossovers between universes Ė but if new rumors are to be believed, then itís possible that one of those walls could be crumbling.
There is a really, REALLY big rumor going around out there involving the fate of The Avengers 3, and its a rumor so good that it needs to be addressed. Here's why we think that The Avengers 3 should branch out into two films.
Robert Downey Jr. is joining the fight for a Black Widow movie. But she's not the only Avenger he thinks deserves a shot in a solo adventure.
Before Guardians of the Galaxy came to steal our hearts and dominate the summer box office, Marvel gave us The Avengers, a movie stuffed to the brim with bonkers action sequences. But just in case you ever wondered what The Avengers would look like as an old-school, 8-bit video game, we've got you covered.
It's time to answer another burning question from the annals of the Marvel Cinematic Universe! This week, we answer the question of who we think would be the most (and least) worthy to wield the power of Thor's epic hammer, Mjolnir.
Above is a neat-o little video regarding the history of the onscreen Marvel universe, and the various nods and Easter Eggs regarding each film thus far - from the studio's first (Iron Man) to its tenth, this weekend's Guardians Of The Galaxy. Well, technically its eighth, since it stops before Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which doesn't hit Blu-ray/ DVD until September 9th.
Joss Whedon is well known as the emperor of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but before he claimed his throne he still had a fair amount of clout. At least, he had enough clout to demand the previous draft of the script be jettisoned in favor of his own.
Thanks to some unbridled critical and box office success, practically everyone in the world knows the big stars of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Iron Man, Thor, Hulk and Captain America (and the actors who play them) are all not only true blue household names, and the same can be said for their females leads and villains. But what about the supporting players of the big screen comic book world?
Mark Ruffalo, who is currently in production on Avengers: Age of Ultron, shared a few details about what Hulk fans can anticipate in the sequel.
Marvel Studios has been on a rather unprecedented run over the last few years, not only creating four $200 million-plus box office hits in the last two and a half years, but receiving consistent critical acclaim doing so. Itís the kind of success thatís actually good for both fans and the industry alike. In Hollywood, however, it always seems that incredible success is eternally paired with controversy.
Hardcore movie fans love to play the what-if game. What if Robert Zemeckis had kept Eric Stoltz in the part of Marty McFly? What if Molly Ringwald had taken the Vivian Ward role in Pretty Woman? And, of course, what if Lindsay Lohan had been cast in The Avengers?