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Tony Stark and Steve Rogers wonít be the only heroes feuding with each other in Captain America: Civil War. Other characters will choose sides in the titular conflict, and new information has come out about who may be siding with whom.
As promised, MTV released a new clip from the highly anticipated Avengers: Age of Ultron. The video aired during the MTV Movie Awards shortly after Robert Downey Jr. took the stage to accept the Generation Award.
According to the man who created Deadpool, his solo film will be a tremendous offering for the superhero film genre on the same level as Iron Man and Guardians of the Galaxy, especially with Reynolds as the titular character.
One of the many rogues in next month's Avengers: Age of Ultron, played by Andy Serkis seems likely to be a well-placed seed that will sprout a great villain in the upcoming Black Panther film. Yet, oddly enough, a new official description of Serkisí character reveals an odd connection to Iron Man himself, Tony Stark!
That new and extended Avengers 2 TV spot that dropped online Thursday was pretty spectacular. But low and behold, thereís another variation to this preview that shows another, though small piece of footage thatíll put even more ants in your pants.
This sequence has been hinted at in pretty much every piece of marketing material leading up to the May 1 release of the Marvel sequel. And it includes a very important piece of information: Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) is, indeed, controlling The Hulk.
Seven-year old superhero fan Alex just received one of the coolest gifts in the world: a prosthetic arm made to look like Marvel superhero Iron Manís arm. And who better to have given it to him than Iron Man himself, Mr. Robert Downey Jr!
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.
Do you love Marvel movies? Do you love them so much that you could watch them for 29 straight hours? Well, then I have some amazing news for you, as two of the nation's biggest theater chains are planning marathons of that very nature leading up to special early screenings of The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Many have assumed that Ultronís transformation into an insane, genocidal robot is a freak mechanical development, but itís possible his sentience isnít entirely due to human error. There might be an Infinity Stone involved.
Superhero movies immune to a common problem that has plagued many franchises: recasting. With that in mind, here are the main superheroes and super villains that will need to be recasted soon for future appearances for a variety of reasons.
In addition to a new director being thrown in as a candidate for the upcoming Spider-Man solo film, today also brought hint of what we might expect in Spideyís next outing. Here are five big things you can expect from the rebooted Spider-Man in 2017.
There's still a great deal that we don't know about the upcoming Spider-Man film that will take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Of course, that's not going to stop the rumor wheel from turning, and now there are new reports coming out claiming to have the inside scoop on exactly what we can expect to see in the 2017 blockbuster.
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.
Stay near your social media one week from tomorrow, and prepare for a (potentially) seismic announcement from the suits at Marvel.
Marvel Studios wasnít always the superhero movie giant that it is today. Prior to the massive success of The Avengers, the films were hit and miss, and Robert Downey Jr.ís Iron Man movies were most reflective of this. While the first one did extremely well, the second one was a let down. But as with any hiccups, RDJ learned a valuable lesson in his path to becoming a mega superstar.
As the movie's title suggests, Captain America will remain the central character in Captain America: Civil War, with Robert Downey Jr. is still set to play a prominent role. The big question hanging in the air, however, is whether Tony will still come off and likable and reasonable in the story, or if certain events will lead to us hating his guts.
As Marvelís fan base braces for The Avengers: Age of Ultron to hit in May, they look back on the better timesÖ when a team came together to save one of our planetís most important cities from an extraterrestrial threat. But friction might threaten to tear away at this team of heroes in Ultron, because we already that a Civil War is coming in the third Captain America movie.
Marvel and Sony have set aside their differences are working together to bring Spider-Man into the cinematic universe of the Avengers! What are the odds that some of our favorite MCU characters will be popping up in a Spider-Man movie?
While most of the heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have managed to survive their dangerous adventures, the same canít be said for the villains. However, in the case of one notable antagonist, originally he wasnít even supposed to have been killed off.