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When Joss Whedonís The Avengers came out in 2012, it truly delivered on being a true action-packed blockbuster, and its sequel, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, promises to not only live up to that legacy, but expand it. Need proof? Just check out all of the awesome action in this brand new TV spot:
Fans have long been wondering if there's any chance we might one day see a big screen version of Namor The Submariner and have been asking about him for years. Sadly, new information suggests that we are still a long ways away from actually seeing an adaptation happen.
Ant-Man will include many lighthearted moments interspersed among the superhero and heist elements. One of these humorous scenes will be a sparring match between Scott Lang and Hank Pymís daughter Hope Van Dyne.
In an interesting discussion of something that could have been, Obi-Wan Kenobi was almost cast as Doctor Strange. Yes, Ewan McGregor, the actor who played the great Jedi warrior in the Star Wars prequels was actually at one point quite close to playing Marvelís Sorcerer Supreme. And he has now looked back on his brief opportunity to nab the role.
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Since being officially announced as the Marvel Cinematic Universe's Doctor Strange, Benedict Cumberbatch has been all alone on the cast list for the upcoming Scott Derrickson-directed solo film, but now it sounds like he may soon have a co-star. What's more, it's someone that the Sherlock star has already had the pleasure of working with.
Anthony Mackie has an interesting approach when it comes to dealing with his Marvel bosses on ideas regarding his character The Falcon.
Falcon was one of the standout characters from Captain America: The Winter Soldier. While his return in next yearís Captain America: Civil War has been confirmed, there are still questions about whether the subject of Capís new bromance will show up in this summerís The Avengers: Age of Ultron
Perhaps the most indirect effect of the success of Guardians Of The Galaxy is the renewed public interest in one of Marvel's more second string characters, Howard The Duck. James Gunn has sparked a new round of duck fever for audiences far and wide, and one could see it impacting the future of the MCU.
In recent months, weíve seen reports about actors getting into talks with Marvel only to balk at the idea of signing long multi-picture deals Ė the performers fearing that locking themselves to a role might prevent them from pursuing other creative endeavors. This is definitely not an issue for Chris Hemsworth.
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One of the most intriguing head scratchers from the new Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer is who the mystery woman is at the 0:33 mark. From a powerful telepath to an elite warrior, here are our educated guesses on who this character might be.
The Avengers: Age Of Ultron just dropped the most serious looking Marvel Studios trailer ever. Find out which moments will probably keep us up all night, trying to decode their mysteries.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer is finally here, folks! After teasing us a couple months ago with some footage of Earthís Mightiest Heroes grappling with the likes of the psychotic A.I. Ultron and "The Twins," Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver, Marvel has unleashed an extended look. And it did not disappoint.
Have you been just itching to see more footage from Joss Whedonís The Avengers: Age of Ultron? Of course you have! Fortunately, Marvel has delivered just that in the form of a brand new trailer:
While we likely wonít be getting answers to every inquiry thatís plaguing our thoughts (they have to save some stuff for the actual film!), weíre hoping that the new Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer can at least provide a few big answers. Such asÖ
It would seem that Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: Civil War is going to be no ordinary solo film for Marvel Studios. Not only will the movie see Chris Evans' Cap and Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man face off over superhero rights, but apparently there will be a bit of globetrotting involved.
Marvel Studios certainly has an interesting year ahead of it in 2015. The Avengers: Age of Ultron is unquestionably one of the most anticipated blockbusters of the year and is expected to break all kinds of box office recordsÖ and then thereís Peyton Reedís Ant-Man.
As exciting as it is that Captain America 3 will be an adaptation of the comic book crossover Civil War, it does present an interesting conundrum for Marvel. After all, that particular storyline heavily involved costumed heroes working to protect their secret identities, and at this point there arenít many heroes in the MCU whose real names are mysteries to the world populace.
After weeks of nothing on the preview front, Marvel has finally released some new footage from The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Get the descriptions of the scenes here.
After whetting fansí appetites with both an insect-sized clip and a human-sized teaser, Marvel has finally unleashed the full trailer for Peyton Reedís Ant-Man, a Phase Two movie that will introduce Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilly to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Are you ready to get you Ant on?
Benedict Cumberbatch has hinted that en element of the Doctor Strange story will not only be crucial to the filmís story, but change the entire MCU as we know it.
It seems that with each year that passes, Emily Bluntís profile increases. The actress starred in three films in 2014, two of which were major blockbusters, so itís no surprise that the her name frequently pops up on fan casts for superhero movies.
It turns out that Vin Diesel isn't satisfied just voicing Groot in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He wants to play a live-action character in the comic book world, and he's openly campaigning for the upcoming movie that he wants to be a part of
When it comes to nit-picking Guardians of the Galaxy, one of the most commonly repeated points is that Star-Lord's cassette and Walkman would either have not survived the rough-and-tumble 26 years that he has spent in space. It turns out that director James Gunn is kind of tired of people bringing this up.