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We’ve accumulated the biggest changes Marvel will have to make in order for Captain America: Civil War to work within the confines of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Replying back to Steven Spielberg’s recent comments about superhero movies, Marvel Studio president Kevin Feige says the genre still has plenty to offer for the foreseeable future.
Now that Spider-Man is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel and Sony aren’t interested in making any of the previous revealed spinoffs for this reason.
A few weeks back, Emily Blunt discussed the lack of female action stars, and now, Jessica Chastain is speaking out on a similar notion. Specifically, Chastain is finding big problems with female superheroes these days, problems that need to see some change.
We’ve already heard from Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige that Captain America: Civil War is more about our plucky star-spangled hero than it is an Avengers installment. To further cement the identity of the film, Feige has again spoken about how Marvel is looking at the MCU event.
We got a glimpse of the worlds beyond at the end of Ant-Man when Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang entered that trippy Quantum Realm. Doctor Strange will broaden those horizons even further by diving deeper into the concept of parallel dimensions, but the Marvel hero won’t be our only lens into these uncharted terrains.
Some of comic book giant Marvel's biggest characters belong to other people, at least as far a movies go, but that doesn't mean they don't have a plan in place should they suddenly find themselves in possession of certain character rights again.
Vision was arguably the breakout character in Avengers: Age of Ultron, but beyond the positive reception from fans and critics, playing the character was important to Paul Bettany because it helped save his career.
If you’ve read more than one Avengers comic book, you know that the superhero team’s lineup is never the same. Well, it’s no different in the MCU, and the team will go through a massive change following the Avengers: Infinity War movies.
As you probably already know, Spider-Man is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But how is Tom Holland going to stand out alongside Captain America, Iron Man, et al. Well, Kevin Feige has the perfect plan ...
If you are hungering for new Marvel faces, you need only wait for next summer’s Captain America: Civil War. In addition to bringing back pretty much everyone – from Iron Man to Ant-Man – the sequel will give fans their first real looks at Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and the MCU’s Spider-Man (Tom Holland).
Captain America: Civil War is basically Avengers: 2.5. However, Kevin Feige recently revealed that, even with all this incredible talent, the film won’t feel like an Avengers in-betweener.
The general consensus on Avengers: Age of Ultron is that it didn’t quite measure up to what its predecessor had accomplished. That makes it appropriate fodder for a new Honest Trailer.
After the shit show that was Ben Affleck’s Daredevil, the “man without fear” returned to Hell’s Kitchen for Netflix’s first Marvel original series from Drew Goddard. As it turns out, though, we could’ve gotten another big-screen adaptation. In a new interview, the series showrunner opened up about why Daredevil made the move from feature film to Netflix original.
Anthony Mackie is adamant that superhero films need to become more racially diverse, and he believes that by doing just that they can have a huge impact on today's youth.
Just like the original Civil War story, who fans are siding with in Captain America: Civil War will depend on their personal beliefs, but Marvel legend and cameo king Stan Lee has made his position in this event official.
Avengers: Age of Ultron had so much content that we have only begun to get a glimpse of what made it to the cutting room floor. With an original runtime of 195 minutes, there are plenty of deleted scenes to open up and dissect. Check out one of the more interesting one’s involving Thor and Erik Selvig.
You soon will be able to skip to your favorite scenes in Avengers: Age of Ultron, as the movie hits home video on Oct. 2. Which scene will you watch first?
Looking ahead to what’s coming between 2016 and 2019, we’ve picked the 10 likeliest contenders to die in Marvel’s Phase Three film slate. Obviously none of these have been confirmed yet, but going off comic book history and analyzing how events will go down in the near future.
As the Marvel Cinematic Universe rolls into Phase 3 of its franchise, we have been introduced to a whole slew of new and exciting characters to follow on the New Avengers’ journey. Among them, Elizabeth Olsen’s Scarlet Witch a.k.a. Wanda Maximoff--but what does her future hold?