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It feels like just yesterday that 2015 began, but the reality is that we’re now deep into the final months of the year, and getting deeper and deeper into the fall. In fact, we are now just one week away from Thanksgiving, and our annual look back at the past year to give thanks to what is meaningful to us.
Earlier this year saw an interesting battle going on behind the scenes in Hollywood, as Marvel Studios worked to find a filmmaker to take the helm of their upcoming Spider-Man movie. The company wound up selecting Cop Car director Jon Watts for the gig, but considered a number of names before him – including The Night Before director Jonathan Levine.
While the Iron Man films may not be for everyone, there's one particular person that's most displeased with their content. Read on to see why the Russian culture minister has problems with the multimillion dollar franchise.
Being an android, Vision's thought processes are obviously much different than anyone around him – and while that means he will comprehend certain things much better than his Avengers teammates, there are other things that he will struggle to work his mind around.
Obviously its impressive cast raises our expectations significantly – but what is it exactly what we want out of the Doctor Strange movie? That’s the subject of this week’s Hero Blend.
There exists a great deal of potential in Marvel Studios’ upcoming Ant-Man And The Wasp. Not only will it wind up being the company’s first film with a titular female character, and the first to feature eponymous co-leads, but there is the opportunity to build upon what worked in Ant-Man, and work to avoid what didn’t.
Now that Phase Two has come to an end, Marvel is once again marking the occasion, this time with another box set made to look like a container for one of the six Infinity Stones. And it comes with a lot of great prop replicas from the movies for you to own
There is no franchise in the world quite like Star Wars. The George Lucas-created space adventure set a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away has enchanted multiple generations of movie lovers, and people of every color, creed, gender and religion appreciate it around the world.
As far as Marvel Cinematic Universe movies go, Peyton Reed's Ant-Man wasn't exactly a huge success when it played here in the United States - but it looks like the film will be making up plenty of ground over in Asia. We now know this because the superhero blockbuster just premiered in China and had a major opening weekend.
Looking at both the direct effects of today’s announcements, as well as considering some other choices that the studio could have made, we’ve collected a list of five different groups of Marvel fans who were probably left a bit bummed by the developments. Read on to find out who.
In the script and during production of Avengers 2 there were machinations in the works that almost saw Captain Marvel introduced as one of the new members of the team - but those plans were scrapped. This development disappointed some fans, but one person who isn’t upset is Meg LeFauve.
At Marvel Studios, the small screen stories have functioned as preambles and consequences for the big screen stories (in addition to borrowing characters), but we have not yet seen movies reflect what’s going on in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent Carter or Daredevil.
Looking ahead to what’s coming between 2016 and 2019, we’ve picked the 10 likeliest contenders to die in Marvel’s Phase Three film slate. Obviously none of these have been confirmed yet, but going off comic book history and analyzing how events will go down in the near future.
When Spider-Man joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe earlier this year, it only managed to delay the in-development Sinister Six film. Many fans have wondered how this could be, as the script was written for Andrew Garfield's version of the wall-crawler, but now screenwriter Drew Goddard has explained the situation
Sony and Marvel’s Spider-Man deal formed earlier this year meant that Sony had to abandon their earlier plans for the Wall-Crawler. Here’s how Marc Webb feels about not being able to finish his story with The Amazing Spider-Man 3.
Wesley Snipes hasn't had a chance to play the vampire-hunting Daywalker known as Blade for more than a decade now, but it seems the guy isn't quite ready to let go of the character.
Where the Marvel Cinematic Universe version of Spider-Man is concerned, the key word in the conversation has been "young." Since Marvel Studios made a deal with Sony earlier this year, it has been consistently stressed that the new version of the superhero isn't going to be rushed into college, and will stay a kid for a little while.
Sadly, the big screen has run out of comic book-based adventures in 2015, but don’t fret: there’s still plenty of superhero action to be found on television. The arrival of the fall season means that all of our favorite DC and Marvel shows have returned – and this year we’re even getting to see a few new ones!
With continuity being key to the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, one would think that once you're done playing a role, you're done in the MCU. Apparently, this isn't so, as Zachary Levi got the scoop from Kevin Feige himself that actors can play more than one Marvel character.
During the big Phase Three slate presentation, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said that the company has known where they were headed since Nick Fury introduced himself to Tony Stark at the end of Iron Man. But how far in advance are these films really mapped out?