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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.
There have been rumblings about the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy eventually joining forces in the MCU. Here’s what Dave Bautista, a.k.a. Drax the Destroyer, thinks about such a team up.
Wesley Snipes hasn't had a chance to play the vampire-hunting Daywalker known as Blade for more than a decade now, but it seems the guy isn't quite ready to let go of the character.
There’s one fight that most people probably haven’t pictured Batman in: going up against Marvel’s Avengers. Well, screenwriter Max Landis has been thinking about it, and he has it all worked out how Batman would win.
Marvel fans are all brought together through their mutual love of the brand’s fantastic superheroes and adventures… but like every fanhood, not everyone is always on exactly the same page. While some enthusiasts love one aspect of the comics, movies or television shows, there’s usually an equally-sized group of others who couldn’t more wholeheartedly disagree with them.
This week will see Ed Skrien try and replace Jason Statham’s place in pop culture as The Transporter franchise’s new Frank Martin – so we figured now would be a great time to take a look back at some of the instances where a franchise changing actors for a character actually worked out for the best.
When will the Avengers finally encounter the Guardians of the Galaxy? According to recent comments made by Jeremy Renner, however, it doesn’t seem like these worlds will be merging until after the Infinity War is over and done.
Using what they call Sentiment Analysis, they looked at the content of the Tweets to determine if heroes were liked or loathed. For example, the data showed that not a lot of people Tweeted about Quicksilver from The Avengers: Age of Ultron. But those who DID Tweet about him said nice things!
After sending around a poll to all the writers and staff here at Cinema Blend, we’ve crunched the numbers and created our Top 12 rankings for the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far. What’s the order, you ask? Read on to find out!
In case you haven't noticed, Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World has made a whole lot of money. It broke opening weekend records when it first came out in early June, and the money train hasn't stopped since.
This year’s Joss Whedon panel was held in Hall H instead of its usual home in the smaller Ballroom 20, but the content of the show was no less captivating and fun. So what did the great filmmaker reveal this year? Read on to find out!
It’s possible that one day soon, we’ll grow tired of seeing our beloved pop culture icons created in LEGO form. But thanks to these displays – particularly a LEGO Chris Pratt! – that day hasn’t yet arrived.
With Ant-Man two weeks away from release, Marvel is making one last marketing push to plug the tiny superhero’s movie, and in the latest trailer, they name-drop their biggest superhero team as potential allies.
Furious 7 is still going strong, apparently strong enough to put its total grosses in a very pretty position in the record books. After the jump, find out how well Furious 7 is doing for itself.
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.
Jurassic World continues to make an absurd amount of money at the box office, including passing yet another record held by The Avengers.
Even Earth's Mightiest Heroes are in awe of Jurassic World. In the wake of the mammoth opening, Marvel paid the dino film a huge compliment.
Shia LaBeouf is the personification of virality. These videos implanting LaBeouf shouting, “Just do it!” into classic movies are by far the best, and safest for children’s eyes.
Marvel's latest superhero opus Avengers: Age of Ultron just passed another huge milestone, earning $1 billion worldwide.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron will not only ultimately prove to be one of the biggest movies of 2015, but it’s also one of the most significant chapters in the timeline of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.