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Captain America: Civil War might have received better reviews and is likely to trounce Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice at the box office, but there's still one thing Warner Bros' does better than Marvel ...
With Captain America: Civil War now behind us rather than in front of us, we are yet another step closer to the inevitable conclusion of all of this, Avengers: Infinity War, and its villain, Thanos.
Do you know who REALLY loves The Incredible Hulk? People who live in North Carolina. And how about Iron Man? Well, heís reportedly incredibly popular in Alaska, Idaho, and Pennsylvania, to name just a few states. These arenít just random assumptions. These are the results of a survey conducted by Ranker on popular Marvel heroes, ranked by U.S. state.
In a movie entitled Captain America: Civil War itís easy enough to throw your support behind the guy whose name is in the title. But maybe that's not the best option.
SPOILER ALERT: The following article contains spoilers for Captain America: Civil War. If you have not yet seen the film, and donít wish to know about any specific details going in, we recommend clicking away to another one of our wonderful articles.
SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Captain America: Civil War. If you havenít had the chance to see the film yet, and donít wish to know any specific details about what happens in the movie, we recommend clicking away to another one of our wonderful articles.
Itís very difficult, though not quite impossible, to keep a secret intact in a superhero property these days. And itís not really because of fans, though social media and comments sections do spoil a great deal of the fun. But studios also share far too much in the marketing materials of major movies.
While Captain America: Civil War is the 13th chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it also acts as a major turning point in the story of the Avengers, and the end of a trilogy for Captain America himself. So what's next?
No film is perfect, and even the wildly successful Captain America: Civil War has problems that commonly plague Marvel films.
Actress Sharon Stone has revealed that she has signed on for a mysterious role in a future Marvel Cinematic Universe adventure.
Aside from 2008ís The Incredible Hulk, Hulk has yet to be featured in a standalone movie. According to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, this is the issue needed to be worked out to get the green powerhouse another solo adventure.
With any major film release, there are going to be rumors. In most cases rumors donít turn out to be true. While many of these achieved varying degrees of believability, having now seen the film, we know how far off the mark many were.
Marvel spent years building up is Cinematic Universe. And with one movie, theyíre ready to tear it all down. Captain America: Civil War puts the bulk of the Avengers on opposite sides of a very difficult conversation, and also drops a hand grenade into the volatile relationship between Alpha Male team leaders Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and Steve Rogers (Chris Evans).
SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains spoilers about the end of Captain America: Civil War, particularly the events of the movieís mid-credits sequence. If you havenít seen the movie yet, and donít wish to know any details before hand, please click away to another one of our wonderful articles!
Do you think, however, that you could tell the name of a Marvel movie just by looking at the credits scene that they showed? Then take a shot at our Marvel End Credits Quiz!
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been incredibly successful in its ability to create a shared universe of superheroes, with each one being a fully realized and unique character. For all the success that Marvel has had with creating their heroes, one place where they have been routinely criticized is in their villains.
SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains key, albeit vague, spoilers about the end of Captain America: Civil War. If you havenít had the opportunity to see the movie yet, and donít wish to know any big or small details going in, we recommend clicking away to another one of our wonderful articles!
After decades of playing an important role in the history of Marvel Comics, Black Panther is finally getting his day on the big screen. Captain America: Civil War marks the characterís first live-action adaptation, and as part of the unfolding Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he will soon be at the center of his very own solo movie.
Everyone has their own opinion as to who should debut in the MCU next, and it seems that the writers of Captain America: Civil War want to see a certain aquatic hero make his debut.
The MCU features a variety of heroes, but there still has yet to be any major LGBT representation on their big screen endeavors. Hereís what Captain America: Civil War directors Joe and Anthony Russo think about the chances of that changing.