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Big Hero 6 was a huge hit, so a sequel felt inevitable, and according to Stan Lee, it's already on the way.
Avengers: Age of Ultron has already opened in nearly 30 international markets. While most of these countries are showing the film without a hitch, Germany is encountering some trouble.
The Netflix series Daredevil has earned critical acclaim both fans and regular viewers, but series star Charlie Cox is keen on taking the Man Without Fear back to the big screen.
As the connected cinematic universe of Marvel Studios gets set to unveil its latest crown jewel with Avengers: Age of Ultron next week, the film that will immediately follow in the continuity, Ant-Man is still in the odd position of having to explain its place in the grander scheme. This is a fact not lost on star, Paul Rudd, as he attempts to illustrate where the film falls, genre-wise.
Marvelís main push this year is Avengers: Age of Ultron, but thereís a little, big-budget movie coming just a few months after. That would be Ant-Man! Marvel has unleashed the first clip from the superhero heist movie.
At the moment, I could care less who gets to play Peter Parker next. The five mentioned actors sound fine. Pick either of them. Pick someone else. Because while I think itís important to find a talented actor to eventually play Peter Parker in Marvelís first pure swing at an MCU Spider-Man movie, I think this casting decision is easily the fifth or sixth most important thing the studios need to be worrying about.
In addition to setting up whatís to come down the road in future Marvel movies, Avengers: Age of Ultron introduces us to a bevy of new characters, one of the more important ones being Scarlet Witch. Will she be back sooner than we thought?
Add Dave Bautista to the pile of fans who want an Avengers/Guardians of the Galaxy crossover. But is Drax The Destroyer enough to green light this idea with the public?
Now that Marvel and Sony have come to an accord that will bring Spider-Man to the MCU, there has been a great deal of chatter about who will play the latest incarnation of the web slinger. A number of names have been bandied about, but a new list claims that the search has been narrowed down to five.
Avengers: Age of Ultron is already on track to put up huge box office numbers in the U.S., but by the time it touches down on American shores it will already have a nice chunk of change in the bank as a gargantuan international haul is also expected.
While you can see Phil Coulsonís small screen adventures on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., some fans have wondered whether he might return to the movies at some point. However, that isnít looking likely anymore.
Iíll continue to protect the biggest reveals in this fun list exploring the joys of Joss Whedonís Avengers sequel. But there are a handful of interesting elements that I wanted to discuss in greater detail to help get you fired up for the first Marvel movie since last summerís Guardians of the Galaxy.
Marvel has been staying secretive about whatís in store for Hulk following Avengers: Age of Ultron, but new information suggests that they wonít be skimping on future appearances from the Green Goliath.
You may not know this unless youíre a hardcore Star Wars fan, but there is one particular violent act that occurs in just about every single film in the franchise: a character gets a hand or an arm cut off. What you may not know, however, is that Marvel Studios took a great deal of inspiration from this piece of trivia.
So, weíre back to where we think we are on Square One. Itís believed that the new Spider-Man will make his screen debut in Captain America: Civil War, though that hasnít really been confirmed with anyone at Marvel.
Marvelís Ant-Man is becoming kind of a big deal, at least in terms of its marketing. Movie posters for the upcoming superhero film starring Paul Rudd have been popping up all over the place, but in new and seriously unexpected ways.
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.
Though there are a lot of moving parts to juggle in the massive superhero extravaganza, paying attention to the little details Whedon and his actors brought to the characters and the action will make you appreciate their effort Ė and the movie Ė all the more.
Despite rumors that Chris Evans will be leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe permanently after his contract runs out, the actor has suggested he may want to stick around as Captain America for a little longer.
Stephen Colbert and George Lucas are sitting opposite each other having an intense conversation. The setting is the Tribeca Performing Arts Center. The topic is Howard the Duck.