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A new rumor says that current True Detective actress Rachel McAdams has been offered the lead female role in Doctor Strange. No other details have been provided, but here are the characters we think she could end up playing.
Over the years, many leading ladies have been drawn to the Marvel Cinematic Universe - from Gwyneth Paltrow to Scarlet Johansson to Natalie Portman - and if new rumors are to be believed, then Rachel McAdams might be the next name to join that esteemed group. Pretty fetch, right?
McAfee has released this yearís list of Most Toxic Superheroes, i.e. the heroes that are likely to give your computer a virus when searching for them. Check out who all earned this less-than-stellar honor.
The transformative Tilda Swinton recently signed on to play the Ancient One, Doctor Strangeís mystic mentor. According to Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, this was the perfect opportunity to play with gender.
Baron Mordo trained under the Ancient One (the role reportedly going to Tilda Swinton), and is the rival to Stephen Strange. There have been a number of rumored villains for Marvelís first Doctor Strange movie, so if Deadline is correct, then Mordo will be the first one on the docket.
Tilda Swinton is joining the Marvel verse in a key role, though the studio is making one drastic change.
Scott Derrickson has been reading a ton of Doctor Strange comic books and posting his favorite panels to social media in anticipation of his Marvel movie with Benedict Cumberbatch as the Sorcerer Supreme. His recent tweet revealed that we'll be meeting the personification of Death in this Phase Three installment.
For most of the major superheroes (and even a few villains), theyíre lucky enough to have a love interest as an important part of their mythos. Thatís continued in the movies, and here are the comic book romances we could see on the big screen soon.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron will not only ultimately prove to be one of the biggest movies of 2015, but itís also one of the most significant chapters in the timeline of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The cast of Captain America: Civil War has been announced, and while the movie is filled with a lot of familiar faces, Hulk is nowhere to be seen. This begs the question: what does Hulk being left out mean for his future in the MCU?
We gathered five comic-book heavyweights from the CinemaBlend staff and asked them 6 probing Marvel questions.
Identified as the remnants of the six singularities that existed in the universe prior to the Big Bang - Space, Time, Reality, Mind, Power and Soul Ė we have been slowly learning about all of them in Marvel Studiosí movies for years now, and it wonít be long before they are put center stage in the upcoming two-part epic The Avengers: Infinity War
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.
These next few years are packed full of the most highly anticipated movie releases. As if this slate of upcoming titles couldnít get any better, IMAX has just announced a massive renewal deal to make your movie-going experience all the more enticing.
Doctor Strange star Benedict Cumberbatch may have just given us a hint of what we can expect from the Master of the Mystical Artsí live-action debut, specifically voice-wise.
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?
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.
Some say heís playing the villain, others say itís still up in the air who heíll be, although it will definitely be a leading role. This leaves plenty of options from the good Doctorís cast of allies and enemies for the Oscar nominee to play.
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.
When those Sony emails leaked and teased an appearance from Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fans went into a tizzy. Will he show up in Captain America: Civil War? Doubt had been cast on whether this deal actually went through. But you can rest assured now, because apparently it did! The only thing is, we might have to wait a long time before seeing the web-slinger swing in to meet the Avengers.