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If you spent any time on Facebook yesterday, and statistics say that you did, you know that yesterday was Friendís Day. Everybody got a cool little video about, including your favorite red, white, and blue superhero.
You might expect casting news to come from a podcast about movies, but you donít really expect to see it happen quite like this. A stand-up comic had to miss a recording session in order to film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Come 2018, itís predicted that every known hero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will join together in a battle against Thanos Ė a galactic emperor working to acquire the abilities of a god with the help of the six Infinity Stones.
For such a grand character to make such a grand entrance, Marvel seems to have made the right choice in their casting of Josh Brolin as Thanos. The only question is: how does he feel about taking on such a role?
Paul Rudd wasn't entirely sure what to expect when he signed up with Marvel, but as his role in the MCU continues to grow, he's on board for whatever comes his way.
Marvel has set the bar for the comic book movie adaptation, and now itís DCís job to try and clear it. 2016 is set to be the year that DC and Warner Brothers have their coming out party, and in at least one regard, they're ahead of the competition.
Since Mark Ruffalo's Hulk was first introduced in The Avengers he's only been a supporting player. When we see him in Thor: Ragnarok he'll have a much larger part to play. This means it's time to address the big green monster in the room.
The bar for the major Marvel smack down that is Captain America: Civil War was already pretty high, but if new reports are any indication, you may want to set your expectations even higher.
The Hulk may not be getting a solo adventure, but Phase 3 will showcase a major story arc for the big, green Avenger.
John Krasinski clearly doesn't hold any grudges about being beaten to the role of Captain America by Chris Evans back in 2010. That's why he wants to play a Captain America villain.
The Guardians of the Galaxy post-credits scene was a lighthearted, off-the-cuff epilogue that felt different than previous Marvel movies, but for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, theyíre taking a different approach.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has become a well-oiled machine at this point. Captain America: Civil War is ready to go. Doctor Strange is filming. Finally, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is making sure that their script is ready to rock and roll.
With Spideyís MCU debut coming in Civil War, fans of Peter Parkerís adventures can then look forward to the first new Spider-Man solo flick in July 2017. It has now been revealed why the use of IMAX is happening for the untitled Spider-Man movie
How is Marvel going to keep the superhero genre afloat and keep people from getting sick of them? Well, according to the big man in charge, they have a relatively simple game plan, to keep making great movies.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe was an experiment in film continuity that nobody had ever tried before. Several years later we can call it an official success with individual films in the franchise breaking the billion dollar mark. How much longer can it last?
Don't expect War Machine to just play a minor, supporting role in Captain America: Civil War, as Don Cheadle just assured fans that his character plays an important, integral part.
Evangeline Lilly's Wasp will be the first superhero to co-lead a Marvel movie, but the question remains, will she get her own solo adventure? The answer, at this point, is a firm maybe.
Weíve known for a couple months now that Thor: Ragnarok will see the Prince of Asgard work with his Avenger teammate, Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Hulk. Now the latest rumor indicates how the Green Goliath may be thrown into the mix.
The Russo brothers explain why we have yet to see a single glimpse of Spider-Man during the promotional campaign for Captain America: Civil War.
One of the big questions around Captain America: Civil War is how will the movie be able to give all of the respective characters enough screen time and material to make us actually care about which side they are on? Director Anthony Russo recently opened up about how such a large ensemble of actors were wrangled and utilized throughout the third Captain America film.