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With the upcoming Ant-Man movie we’ll get introduced to both Ant-Man and The Wasp for the first time. We know we’ll see Ant-Man again after this but what about The Wasp?
It’s a testament to the popularity of Spider-Man that we still can’t stop talking about him. After one film trilogy and a near instantaneous reboot into two more we’re still wondering what’s going to happen when we see him next, in his third iteration in a decade.
Reports have said that the 2017 blockbuster won’t be an origin story, and it’s been said by Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige that the film will have a stronger focus on the titular character’s famous sense of humor. But what will being a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe mean for the story?
Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn has been promising new and exciting changes ahead for the franchise. As progress is made on the sequel to his Marvel Cinematic hit, the director loves to tease fans with news on what’s to come. And this time around, the director emphasized just how different Guardians of the Galaxy 2 will be from its predecessor.
Most of us have had some pretty crappy jobs, and superheroes are no exception. Watch as Paul Rudd gets fired from one of his in this international Ant-Man trailer.
The summer movie season has already delivered big hits, but if you think we’re close to done you better think again. The next couple months are filled with more anticipated blockbusters. Certainly towards the top of the list is Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man, and now social media reactions to the movie have already begun pouring in.
Earlier this month, it was reported that Thaddeus Ross will turn into Red Hulk in Captain AMerica: Civil War. Although that rumor has yet to be confirmed, William Hurt already has something to say on the matter.
Captain America: Civil War is already packed with superheroes, villains, and other supporting characters, but if you thought the 2016 blockbuster couldn’t squeeze in a few more players, you’re wrong.
Within the grand scheme of things going on in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ant-Man arguably feels like it has had the odds against it for a long time.You’d think this might hurt the morale of those involved with the making of the project, but the reality is that director Peyton Reed actually sees it as a rare and important opportunity.
To this point, there has been a certain uniformity in the director choices that Marvel Studios has made for their feature films.In the near future that may change in a big way, however.
Marvel Studios Kevin Feige is taking exception to the idea that Marvel, unlike DC, isn’t being fair to its directors and allowing them to fulfill their visions for these superheroes.
As Phase 2 of the MCU wraps up and actor's contracts start to come to a close, Marvel president Kevin Feige admits that, should the need arise, they're willing to recast your favorite superheroes.
While it sometimes seems like Ant-Man got lost in the MCU shuffle, the film actually occupies a place of great importance, closing out Marvel's Phase 2.
Actor Tom Holland will make his MCU debut as Spider-Man cameoing in Captain America: Civil War, and now we’ve learned that other Marvel characters could show up in the Web-Slinger’s territory.
The previous big screen incarnations of Spider-Man that we've seen featured him as the only superhero in his world - but that won't be the case when the character officially joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not only will the webslinger be throwing down with supervillains, but he will now also have the opportunity to pal around and trade stories with the likes of The Avengers and others.
While Ant-Man’s special shrinking and growing powers are arguably the most anticipated elements of the character’s upcoming film, fans shouldn’t forget the other unique ability that that the titular character possesses: his ability to communicate with ants.
Knowing that Ant-Man was going to feature specific flashback sequences with a young Dr. Hank Pym, fans wondered if the production would soon be hiring an actor to play a young Michael Douglas. This never happened for a specific reason.
Allowing Spider-Man into the MCU gives future writers and directors countless possible avenues for this iconic hero. They’re really only limited by their imagination now. So tell me. What do you hope that Marvel and Sony will do with Spider-Man. Because the future of the hero on screen starts now.
Now that Tom Holland has been cast as the MCU’s Spider-Man, Marvel and Sony need to start thinking about the villain our web-slinging hero will face. Here are our top picks of antagonists that should battle the Wall-Crawler for his next movie.
Sasha Fierce herself, Beyonce Knowles, is looking to get back into the acting game, and in an unlikely turn of events, some suggest she could be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.