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We now have our first look at Hawkeye’s new costume from Captain America: Civil War through concept art shown by Jeremy Renner himself. It's way more purple than before.
Earlier this week, the Avengers: Age of Ultron post-credits scene was posted online. As cool as it was to see Thanos put on the Infinity Gauntlet, we have some questions about what precisely went down, and why then.
James Gunn just confirmed that Vin Diesel will reprise his role as Groot, the eight foot tall alien tree with a limited vocabulary, in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but with only three words in his lexicon, some have wondered why.
It was a carefully guarded secret. Then, it showed up in a few of the early commercials. Now, the fantastic Ant-Man fight scene between Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and Sam Wilson, aka Falcon, can be seen online.
It's been more than a full decade since we last saw the vampire-hunting daywalker known as Blade on the silver screen - but if new rumors are to be believed, then the character may soon be making a comeback. But rather than a movie following the incarnation fans are familiar with from the Wesley Snipes films, it appears that a new movie about the hero could actually center on his daughter.
Just like the original Civil War story, Captain America: Civil War will pit Steve Rogers against Tony Stark, a.k.a. Iron Man. Now it’s being reported that Cap may get some assistance from his oldest friend in this big rumble.
Thanos just couldn’t help himself in showing up for an instant in the Avengers 2 post-credits scene. While you can re-watch this scene on the Age of Ultron home release, the clip hit the web in glorious HD for your enjoyment. Check it out below.
Be wary of potential spoilers from Captain America: Civil War, but it seems like everyone and their moms are in this next Marvel movie — or should we say aunts?
When will the Avengers finally encounter the Guardians of the Galaxy? According to recent comments made by Jeremy Renner, however, it doesn’t seem like these worlds will be merging until after the Infinity War is over and done.
It’s being reported that Spider-Man won’t just swing across the screen and drop a couple one-liners next year in Captain America: Civil War, he may also tangle with one of the Avengers.
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.
Although the Ant-Man mid-credits scene showed that Hope Van Dyne is set to become The Wasp, Evangeline Lilly hasn’t actually worn the costume yet for one significant reason.
It’s clear that Marvel has something special planned for the following five individuals in big ways for Phase Three and maybe even beyond. Take a look at the heroes and villains you should keep a watchful eye on in the coming years.
After seeing the post-credits scene of Ant-Man, we know that Falcon, Captain America and Winter Soldier were going to play critical roles in the upcoming feature. But it is may actually be Falcon who is guiding this important storyline.
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.
After months of being in production, Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: Civil War is finally about ready to wrap principal photography on the epic 2016 blockbuster. This schedule suggests that it’s going to still be a while before any official footage is actually released from the film in the form of a trailer… but today we actually got a very early look at the movie.
Disney held its massive D23 convention in Southern California this weekend, and part of that celebration was a sprawling panel covering all of the live-action films that the studio will be bringing to theaters in the coming months. Part of the fun of covering these panels – both on the ground (as our own Eric Eisenberg is doing) and from afar – is guessing what might pop up in footage presentations.
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.
We don’t know much about Captain America: Civil War beyond the fact that it’s going to be overflowing with superheroes, and that a piece of legislation causes a rift between these costumed folks. Now, however, we may know the specific impetus for this political move.
Eight years after the disappointing release of Tim Story’s Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer, the Fantastic Four franchise has once again found itself facing big trouble and big question marks.