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Captain America: Civil War has been doing gangbusters at the box office since its release, and now the film has reached a milestone in just 24 days. It now joins the ranks of three other Marvel Movies to reach the billion dollar mark.
The Avengers: Infinity War movies are very special in the grand scope of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Not only is it the first two-parter that the studio is putting together, but it’s truly expected to be the event to which every movie up until its release is really leading.
In the comics, Thanos is unquestionably one of the most formidable presences in the Marvel universe… but the same can’t really yet be said about his live-action counterpart. Audiences haven’t actually seen him do much more than sit in his giant throne and smile.
In Avengers 3 everything we’ve seen so far in the comic book movie world has been building towards an epic big screen battle against the alien warlord known as Thanos. It's called the Infinity War and Marvel will split it into two parts.
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It's hard to picture a world without the Avengers but as it turns out Marvel very nearly sold the rights to two of its most important characters. Check out who those characters were and the story of how it never happened.
Do you think, however, that you could tell the name of a Marvel movie just by looking at the credits scene that they showed? Then take a shot at our Marvel End Credits Quiz!
With the arrival of Captain America: Civil War, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is entering Phase Three of the franchise – so it’s a pretty natural time to look back and reflect on what’s come before. In eight years we have seen the release of 12 different comic book movies, and each one has helped lay the path that the series has taken.
With so many superhero movie entries, both live action and animated, there’s more than enough to determine which are the greatest of the bunch. With that in mind, Cinema Blend has put together its definitive list of the 30 best superhero movies ever made.
Before Captain America: Civil War arrives later this week, we’re highlighting Steve Rogers’ most heroic moments in the MCU so far, when he went above and beyond the call of duty.
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.
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.
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.
We’re a little under two weeks away from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and while we fully expect the film will have a strong opening weekend the real question is just how big.
Leading up to Captain America: Civil War, some theaters now have a way for you to prepare and bone up on your Cap knowledge. Though it will require some stamina, and your butt my go numb.
Although Disney owns both Marvel and Star Wars, right now there are no plans for a crossover between the two properties. Yet Marvel legend Stan Lee still thinks that we could see it happen one day.
Cate Blanchett has been cagey in interviews about whether she’s actually in Thor: Ragnarok, but so far it’s looking more likely than not she’ll appear. As for who she might/will play, that’s also still a mystery, but Mark Ruffalo has an idea.
The events of Captain America: Civil War are going to truly shake things up in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and present some fundamental changes for Earth's mightiest heroes.
In Captain America: Civil War, it will be decided that the Avengers can’t operate without supervision anymore. Now we have a better idea of how the world is striking back at the heroes in the 2016 blockbuster.
One of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's newest villains has stated that he would very much like to appear in an Avengers film at some point in the near future.