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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.
Many actresses have either been rumored to play or have expressed interest in playing Captain Marvel in 2019, and now we can add American Sniper’s Sienna Miller to the list.
There are two types of actors in Hollywood today. Those who are in talks to be in Marvel movies and those who already are in Marvel movies. At the rate at which the MCU is growing, they’ll have to leave Hollywood and start casting everybody else in these things.
The Marvel Studios Juggernaut continues on and it seems that every top actor is being rumored to play this role or that one. Some actors would love to be part of the Marvel universe while others have shown disdain for the idea.
Marvel has Captain Marvel arriving in theaters on March 8, 2019. That’s a long way away, but could you see Olivia Wilde in the suit?
UFC fighter Ronda Rousey has her eye on playing Captain Marvel in the MCU, and now she’s taking steps to convince Marvel that she’s the right candidate for the part.
Looking at both the direct effects of today’s announcements, as well as considering some other choices that the studio could have made, we’ve collected a list of five different groups of Marvel fans who were probably left a bit bummed by the developments. Read on to find out who.
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.
In the script and during production of Avengers 2 there were machinations in the works that almost saw Captain Marvel introduced as one of the new members of the team - but those plans were scrapped. This development disappointed some fans, but one person who isn’t upset is Meg LeFauve.
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.
With Pan, Rooney Mara stars in her first real action film. Is this something that she wants to repeat? Or did she find the experience exhausting? Click inside to find out.
Ronda Rousey wants to be Captain Marvel, and a Marvel exec has some strong feelings on the prospect.
Despite the fact that Captain Marvel is over three years away from release, 2015 has been filled with rumors on which actress will play Carol Danvers in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and one of the more frequently mentioned names is Emily Blunt.
In the last year or so, we've heard about many actresses potentially vying for the role of Captain Marvel in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is a list that includes names like Jessica Chastain, Bryce Dallas Howard, Katheryn Winnick, Charlize Theron, and more. We still don't know who Marvel Studios will ultimately cast in the highly sought-after part, but there may be a new frontrunner.
Both Thor: Ragnarok and Captain Marvel are being considered for filming in a place the Marvel films haven’t visited yet: Australia.
After expressing her desire to play Captain Marvel in the upcoming Marvel movie, Ronda Rousey is getting her chance to play the strongwoman with half-Kree, half-human DNA. The sad part, though, is that it’s not at all what she had in mind.
Should Marvel take a long, hard look at Ronda Rousey for its upcoming Captain Marvel movie? Possibly. The fighter has been collecting screen experiences over the years, usually because of her fighting skills (like in Furious 7) but also because of her presence.
While Marvel Studios has already found numerous men to premiere in its Phase 3 films, one very important role has yet to be cast: Captain Marvel. Ever the fighter, MMA champion Ronda Rousey has flooded her social media channels with fan art, vying for the coveted role as the female hero.
UFC fighter Ronda Rousey is the latest actress to throw her name into the ring for Captain Marvel, and quite frankly, we’d be a little frightened to tell her no.
Marvel fans continue to await the 2018 arrival of Captain Marvel. A longtime part of the comic book landscape, the character’s feature film debut is nevertheless loaded with logistical and political baggage. For the two women currently writing the script, those issues have apparently provided quite the creative challenge.