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He will be an inexperienced hero, though one who is responding to actions that occurred in Avengers: Age of Ultron. As you may recall, during the scenes with Andy Serkis, Ultron acquires a large shipment of vibranium Ė the chief export of the fictional kingdom of Wakanda. This land is highly evolved, but has remained in seclusion from the outside world.
To this point, there has been a certain uniformity in the director choices that Marvel Studios has made for their feature films.In the near future that may change in a big way, however.
According to a new report, Marvel has hired Selma director Ava DuVernay to helm their upcoming adaptation of Black Panther.
New information has revealed what Black Pantherís costume may be lined with in Captain America: Civil War, and itís going to spell trouble for the titular hero.
One of the biggest reveals left to connect to Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) is how Marvel will tie the hero in to the already-established MCU. Weíre starting to get answers.
Yesterday, Selma director Ava DuVernay was reported to being looked at by Marvel Studios to possibly helm Black Panther, but no she may be facing some competition from another filmmaker.
Captain America: Civil War will bring the popular comic book story arc to life on the big screen, pitting Steve Rogers against Tony Stark in a political battle over the future of all superheroes. But if the latest rumor is correct, then thereís also going to be another epic face-off to look forward to.
Back in February, Selma director Ava Duvernay was quoted in an interview explaining why she would be interested in making a superhero movie - and now it looks like she may actually get a chance. According to new reports, Marvel Studios is courting the filmmaker to consider helming one of their upcoming projects.
In order to help you both learn whatís been officially announced by Marvel what whatís currently swirling around as rumor, weíve constructed yet another one of our handy guides to help you keep track of everything related to Captain America: Civil War.
The first Avenger and the billionaire playboy philanthropist are going head to head over politics. But with all the new Marvel heroes introduced in Age of Ultron and the veteran players coming back for the big showdown, which side will they choose?
In Avengers 3 everything weíve seen so far in the comic book movie world has been building towards an epic big screen battle against the alien warlord known as Thanos. It's called the Infinity War and Marvel will split it into two parts.
With Marvelís Phase Three beginning next year, it stands to reason that certain MCU characters, be they old or new, will get the chance to up their game and become more prominent as the years pass. Here are the folks we think will fill those roles.
Exciting as it was when it was announced earlier this year that Spider-Man would be coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the reveal also resulted in a schedule disruption for four of Marvel Studiosí upcoming projects. As it turns out, Spider-Manís inclusion to the MCU actually didnít really disrupt things all that much, and itís for a rather simple reason.
Andy Serkis has what could wind up becoming a incredibly important role in the MCU. Though his part was kept under wraps for months, it has been confirmed that he will be playing Ulysses Klaw in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, and given character's the comic book history, that positions him to become a key villain in Marvel Studios' upcoming Black Panther film.
Anthony Mackie has cemented his stance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since debuting in Captain America 2 as The Falcon. But before he was officially cast, he was campaigning hard to become Black Panther.
After many years of waiting, Black Panther is finally coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As was confirmed last October, the character - played by Chadwick Boseman - will be making his debut in Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: Civil War.
Early this morning, Robert Downey Jr. teased that thereís a big announcement coming next week. Here are the five likeliest possibilities for next weekís announcement might be, whether itís Marvel related or something completely different.
By jumping the gun, perhaps in competition with DC, and by showing all of their Phase Three cards much sooner than they had to, I wonder if Marvel Studios created a planning and scheduling headache that easily could have been contained to the boardrooms of the massively successful studio?
While the news of the Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios working together on Spider-Man is exciting, how will his inclusion in the MCU affect what Marvel originally had planned for Black Panther?
Now that Spider-Man is coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we can expect a lot of change in the world of comic book movies. The first big alteration that has come as a result, however, is in the release dates of future Marvel movies.