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We are weeks away from closing the books on 2015, and while there are still numerous blockbusters preparing to drop between now and New Year’s Day – from Star Wars: The Force Awakens to The Revenant and The Hateful Eight -- we’re not ashamed to admit that we’re jumping the gun a tad and starting to look forward to the sheer number of eye-popping features that are going to entertain us in 2016.
Following on the rumor that Thor: Ragnarok may feature a female antagonist, we’ve provided a few other women villains female that would make worthy addition to the collection of rogues the MCU has already introduced.
Just because Marvel's Doctor Strange is about a former surgeon turned mystical spell caster doesn't mean there's no room for good old fashioned fisticuffs, and they just added a total badass to the cast to help in this regard.
Marvel’s first foray into the magical side of their cinematic universe, Doctor Strange, has put together a fantastic cast. And even though production has started, they’re not done filling out the call sheet and just added another great performer.
More Doctor Strange character information has been coming in over the last several weeks, but if Marvel is smart, they’ll also add these important players to either the first movie or one of the sequels.
New photos from the set of Doctor Strange have hit the web showcasing Benedict Cumberbatch as the titular sorcerer and Chiwetel Ejiofor as Baron Mordo.
In addition to Baron Mordo, a new report says that Doctor Strange will include a little-known villain from the Sorcerer Supreme’s earliest years in the comics.
Obviously its impressive cast raises our expectations significantly – but what is it exactly what we want out of the Doctor Strange movie? That’s the subject of this week’s Hero Blend.
The first picture of Benedict Cumberbatch filming Doctor Strange hit the interwebs yesterday and that was apparently the signal for everybody else to come out of the woodwork.
Doctor Strange is stopping by Nepal to shoot some scenes, and it’s there that we get our first taste of what Benedict Cumberbatch will look like as Dr. Stephen Strange for part of the story.
Doctor Strange has already built an all star cast, but as Marvel's magical adventure continues to inch closer to production, another actor is close to joining the project in this key role.
With Marvel’s Phase 3 in full juggernaut mode, we’re very close to Doctor Strange beginning production. While we know who will play most of the major roles, Rachel McAdam's part is still a bit of a mystery.
While it may be a while until Marvel announces what their movies in 2020 are, these are just some of the projects we’d like to see on the big screen for Phase Four.
Thanks to a new announcement from Marvel, take a look at the biggest changes we can expect from Phase Three starting in 2018 and even some hints about what’s in store after 2019.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has big plans for the coming years. To keep it all straight, we've laid out the next few years worth of Marvel Studios films, which encompass the remainder of Phase 2 and the officially announced Phase 3 lineup.
If the Marvel One-Shots eventually return, here are the characters we think would benefit from their own short film, both established and yet to be introduced in the MCU.
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.
When it was reported in late August that Mads Mikkelsen was in talks to join the cast of Doctor Strange, the news was met with tremendous enthusiasm. As it turns out, however, it may be a bad idea to start counting chickens before they hatch.
Tthere’s been a regular complaint about Marvel's movies: the villains. one of the problems is that they’re killed off too early, which is why it would be nice if Marvel isn’t so eager to pull the trigger on the bad guys during Phase Three.
One of the superheroes we’re most excited to see on the big screen coming up is Marvel’s Sorcerer Supreme in Doctor Strange, and while we knew Benedict Cumberbatch will play the title character, we now know who his leading lady will be.