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While the news of the Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios working together on Spider-Man is exciting, how will his inclusion in the MCU affect what Marvel originally had planned for Black Panther?
Spider-Man is coming back to the big screen... again. With a third round on tap, it's time for Marvel to do something big to make the friendly neighborhood franchise exciting again. Read on to see what we think could do the trick!
By now everyone has heard the exciting news of Spider-Man and Marvel being reunited, that left some of us with our heads spinning. Looks like we superhero fans weren't the only ones who had our minds blown by the big news, however, as this recent clip of Hugh Jackman proves he too was actually quite surprised.
The biggest question stemming from this deal is, “How will this work, creatively?” The financial side of it makes so much sense, I’m still surprised the deal went through. Both studios seem to benefit, financially. But will the Spider-Man solo movies pull plots from the MCU? Will they continue to exist separately, or will the actions of the MCU movies dictate what Sony can (and will) do.
While we have our guesses as to who could play the next Spider-Man, but at this point we don't know much about what direction Marvel and Sony are looking in for the reboot. Oone thing does seem certain, however: they're looking to go young.
As exciting as Spider-Man joining the MCU is, there’s still a lot we don’t know about what this entails. Here are the five most important questions that still need to be answered regarding Spider-Man’s new status quo between Sony and Marvel.
Earlier today, I put together a list of 10 talented young actors who would be suitable candidates to play the latest incarnation of Spider-Man in the Marvel Studios/Sony Pictures team-up movie. But while there are many performers out there who could potentially take the part, there is only one director the two studios should be looking at to make the new solo film.
With official confirmation of of Spider-Man’s impending Marvel Cinematic Universe debut, Marvel Comics’ most popular and iconic character will finally web-swing his way towards an on-screen team-up with The Avengers. Where does that leave the wise-cracking wall-crawler’s spinoff movie project, The Sinister Six?
Marvel and Sony have set aside their differences are working together to bring Spider-Man into the cinematic universe of the Avengers! What are the odds that some of our favorite MCU characters will be popping up in a Spider-Man movie?
We’re still sifting through the pieces, and trying to reassemble the larger puzzle, but from what we can see, we now know when Spidey will make his first official appearance in the MCU.
In order to help narrow down the perfect choice to play the next cinematic version of Spider-Man, we’ve put together a list of 10 great young actors who could potentially do the part justice. Read on to see our choices!
Now that Spider-Man is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we can expect a lot of change in the world of comic book movies. The first big alteration that has come as a result, however, is in the release dates of future Marvel movies.
After word of Spider-Man related negotiations between Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures leaked last year, many comic book fans have been wondering if there would ever be a chance to see the famed web-slinger back in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Today we learn that the answer to that question is an extremely exciting YES!
James Gunn stated Guardians of the Galaxy 2 will introduce several new characters “important to Guardians movies and probably important to the Marvel Universe as a whole.” Here are the people we think fit that criteria.
Director Ava DuVernay is having a phenomenal year, racking up dozens of award nominations and wins her film Selma. Riding high on her latest successes, she recently entertained the idea of heading up a Marvel movie.
It’s damn near shocking that Tom Hiddleston’s Loki has become such a staple of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, thanks to the massive outpouring of love from the fans. As a reporter recently mentioned to the actor on the red carpet of the BAFTA awards this past Saturday, his mischievous acts have the potential to go on and on in this shared universe, but it seems that Hiddleston sees an end in sight.
Late last year Marvel announced super heroine Carol Danvers would lead their first female-driven film, Captain Marvel, marking up the nineteenth installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There's still tons of time before its slated 2018 release but right now it looks very probable that Angelina Jolie may be the one sitting in the director's chair.
Joining the list of actors eager nab a role in a superhero movie is mustached comedian and The Daily Show contributor John Hodgman, who has his eye on a certain gigantic headed villain from Marvel Comics.
While most of the heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have managed to survive their dangerous adventures, the same can’t be said for the villains. However, in the case of one notable antagonist, originally he wasn’t even supposed to have been killed off.
Joss Whedon has said he most likely won’t return to helm Avengers: Infinity War. But what about some of the filmmakers of Marvel’s past? Kenneth Branagh, the man who directed the first Thor movie, was asked about whether he’d ever return to the MCU, and he seems game for it.
It was yesterday morning that the first Daredevil trailer dropped online, and it honestly took us by surprise. This is clearly a much darker, grittier side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the trailer has some serious dramatic impact to go with showrunner Steven S. DeKnight’s interesting visual style.
Could there come a time when properties like Star Wars and Marvel are available exclusively on a Disney streaming service? Well, the possibility is not all that preposterous, at least if Disney’s CEO, Bob Iger has anything to say about it. -- Which, he presumably does. Some recent statements from the head Mouseketeer hints at that possibility.
This is probably the most extreme fan tribute to a comic character we've ever seen, and it's also definitely the freakiest. Read on to see the man who's become the Red Skull in the flesh.
Because Black Panther isn’t being released until 2017, it will be awhile until we learn who the main players will be - but that isn’t stopping Lance Reddick from cluing Marvel in on a role he’d like to play in the movie.
Because Marvel Studios doesn't have the rights needed to call any of their characters "mutants" - as that power entirely belongs to 20th Century Fox - we have spent months and months wondering exactly how Aaron Taylor-Johnson's Quicksilver and Elizabeth Olsen's Scarlet Witch gained their powers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.