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Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: Civil War caps off the trilogy that began with Joe Johnston’s Captain America: The First Avenger back in 2011, but it is so much more than just another film about Chris Evans’ Steve Rogers.
Being a superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a pretty amazing thing for an actor, but some of them have to go through a process that is quite torturous. Paul Bettany and Chadwick Boseman certainly qualify in this area.
Are Stan Lee's cameos all connected? One YouTuber think so, as they've crafted a backstory so intricate, it pretty much covers everything.
Marvel Studios is now entering the third Phase of its increasingly popular cinematic universe, and in the eight years since it began the films have been getting more and more mature, complex and interesting.
The Avengers: Infinity War movies are only a couple years away, and by all accounts, they’re going to be the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s biggest entries yet. Maybe even the biggest superhero movies ever.
Much like Iron Man, who has reformatted his armor nearly 50 times in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain America has gone through a number of costume changes during his time on the big screen.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has big plans for the future. To keep it all straight, we've laid out the next few years' worth of Marvel Studios films, which will take you through all of the official titles announced for Phase 3.
Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: Civil War is overflowing with characters seen in previous Marvel Studios films, but two of the biggest highlights of the movie are the heroes being newly introduced: Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther and Tom Holland’s Spider-Man.
To date, there has been a good degree of distance between the goings on in the film world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the television world. For example, we have not yet seen a character from any of the Marvel shows – either on ABC or Netflix – show up in one of the movies. Well, the good news is that relationship may soon grow closer.
In 2015, Marvel Studios opened up a whole new side of their Marvel Cinematic Universe. While the company spent years making feature films and television shows intended for all audiences, Daredevil marked a turn into much darker territory, delivering a street-level hero who gets quite a bit bloody in his fight against crime.
Pudd recently screened Captain America: Civil War under the guise of co-star Chris Evans, and the result is something as delightfully funny as one would expect.
The actor was a special guest this weekend at the newly launched Silicon Valley Comic Con, and he had the opportunity to discuss the "Netflix model" when asked about it during a spotlight panel.
The next chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is getting closer and the tension is getting so thick you can cut it with a knife. After so many films where we’ve had a chance to know and love each of these characters, they now find themselves on opposite sides.
Come 2018, it’s predicted that every known hero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will join together in a battle against Thanos – a galactic emperor working to acquire the abilities of a god with the help of the six Infinity Stones.
After all, the world of blockbuster franchises has changed a great deal since both of the previous Star Wars trilogies, and the reality is that they’re meant to operate much differently than before. To keep up with fan demand, a new movie – if not two – is demanded every year.
When Rhodey first strapped on a suit in Iron Man 2, we got to know him as War Machine. But then Iron Man 3 gave him a red-white-and-blue paint job, renaming him Iron Patriot. But then, of course, in The Avengers: Age of Ultron he was back to being called War Machine.
Captain America: Civil War isn’t exactly a capstone movie like The Avengers or its sequel, but it is anticipated that the film will have some massive repercussions on the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a whole. After all, just about every big screen hero we know about is not only going to be in the movie, but going toe-to-toe with other big screen heroes.
Ant-Man And The Wasp should be a very different kind of movie for Marvel Studios – and the reason why is right there in the name. The film will be the first from the company to feature two titular heroes – and they happen to not only be partners in saving the world, but also romantically linked.
Marvel Studios’ upcoming Ant-Man And The Wasp is a project packed with potential. It’s the first film from the company with two titular heroes, and there’s a lot of room to grow with the fun characters introduced in the first movie.
Director Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man primarily functions as a heist story, but it’s one that also has to step through some of the superhero origin basics. The audience not only has to get to know the characters, but also understand the abilities that they possess.