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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has big plans for the future. To keep it all straight, we've laid out the next few years' worth of Marvel Studios films, which will take you through all of the official titles announced for Phase 3.
The Russos seem to understand the importance of variety, and firmly believe that big changes are needed in order to make sure that the Marvel Cinematic Universe remains viable following Civil War.
While itís essentially impossible to decide when the ďsummer movie seasonĒ starts anymore, if this year is any indication, summer could be getting off to one itís biggest starts ever,
Joe and Anthony Russoís Captain America: Civil War is overflowing with characters seen in previous Marvel Studios films, but two of the biggest highlights of the movie are the heroes being newly introduced: Chadwick Bosemanís Black Panther and Tom Hollandís Spider-Man.
Fans finally got a taste of Doctor Strange in a new teaser trailer that showed off some crazy Inception-like powers. You'd think that'd be intimidating to villains but this Marvel big bad ain't afraid of a little magic.
Kimmel might have heard the rumors that Downey Jr. might mentor Tom Hollandís version of Peter Parker, and so he jumped to the conclusion that RDJ might be in next yearís Homecoming. Only, the A-list mega star put him off at the pass.
Marvelís Phase Three of films officially kicks off next month with Joe and Anthony Russoís Captain America: Civil War, which brings several major superheroes to the big screen. After that, though, things in the MCU will get a little Ö strange.
Kevin Feige has admitted that we're probably not going to see Daredevil or Jessica Jones on the big-screen anytime soon.
Much of this anticipation for Civil War stems from the filmís rumored multiple endings, which could hold major consequences for the franchise going forward. However, according to those close to the production, the film only has one ending to speak of.
To prepare those of you who are unfamiliar with Black Pantherís background and skill set, here are the key points you need to know about him before heading into Captain America: Civil War.
Despite being already being shifted to from winter 2018 to summer 2019, it looks like Marvelís Inhumans movie will be delayed even longer. Hereís the reason why.
With so many Marvel heroes making appearances in the new Captain America: Civil War itís amazing that anybody was left out. And yet, with the Marvel Cinematic Universe existing on the small screen, there are many that have thus far been ignored.
When Tom Holland appears on screen in Captain America: Civil War heíll be the third Spider-Man in 14 years. Then, in 2017, heíll be starring in fist first standalone film within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, he may not be alone.
We have seen the first trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and itís not out until December. However, one of Disneyís other major divisions has yet to show us anything beyond a few still images of their major end of the year release.
To date, there has been a good degree of distance between the goings on in the film world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the television world. For example, we have not yet seen a character from any of the Marvel shows Ė either on ABC or Netflix Ė show up in one of the movies. Well, the good news is that relationship may soon grow closer.
James Gunn is fond of using social media to share bits and pieces from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 with fans, and he just dropped an image that hints at the identity of Star-Lord's father. We're just not sure what it is.
At this point it feels like Marvel Studios can do no wrong, but it wasnít that long ago that nobody knew quite what to expect when they decided to make a feature film based on The Guardians of the Galaxy. Now, it's become a major franchise.
It's not uncommon for actors to push themselves and try new and different roles. Cate Blanchett certainly is doing something unexpected in Thor: Ragnarok, but she has an awesome reason.
We've already seen quite a bit from Captain America: Civil War, but now we know when we'll get our next big blast of footage from Marvel's latest superhero team up.
Itís a busy week at the nexus of entertainment and politics. At the same time that Disney is threatening to cease filming in the state of Georgia if the governor signs a law they see as discriminatory, a similar battle is now taking place in North Carolina.