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Joe and Anthony Russoís Captain America: Civil War caps off the trilogy that began with Joe Johnstonís Captain America: The First Avenger back in 2011, but it is so much more than just another film about Chris Evansí Steve Rogers.
Much like Hulk, adding Thor to Civil War would lead to an imbalanced team. That might be part of the reason why Marvel sidelined the Asgardian for the third Captain America movie. Also, putting a hero on the shelf for a few movies creates anticipation.
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.
The deeper we dive into the Marvel Cinematic Universe the closer we come to one undeniable truth: people are going to start dying. While we donít know exactly when or how it will begin to happen itís a near certainty at this point.
A lot of the news concerning Thor: Ragnarok have revolved around The Hulkís involvement and Cate Blanchettís rumored villain, but what about the existing players in the God of Thunderís world? In one actorís case, heís not sure heís coming back.
Weíve known for a couple months now that Thor: Ragnarok will see the Prince of Asgard work with his Avenger teammate, Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Hulk. Now the latest rumor indicates how the Green Goliath may be thrown into the mix.
One of the things that Marvel has been really good at is blending their superhero action with quality comedy. From the first moment we met Robert Downey Jr.ís Tony Stark we knew that humor was going to be a major part of the MCU. The question is: will the new Thor movie be able to follow suit?
In 2017, the God of Thunder is joining forces with his Avengers teammate Bruce Banner, a.k.a. The Hulk. Thatís enough to differentiate Thor: Ragnarok from its predecessors, but according to Mark Ruffalo, the story will also fit into this genre.
Cate Blanchett has been cagey in interviews about whether sheís actually in Thor: Ragnarok, but so far itís looking more likely than not sheíll appear. As for who she might/will play, thatís also still a mystery, but Mark Ruffalo has an idea.
One of the biggest challenges in producing a series of movies with the same characters is making them all feel different, but Thor: Ragnarok is taking great pains to set itself apart from the God of Thunder's previous adventures.
In The Heart Of The Sea was intended to be an awards contender and a box office bonanza, but it now looks as though Warner Bros. simply have yet another 2015 flop on their hands.
Deleted scenes can be some of the more interesting aspects of film making. In addition to showing you ideas that the creators decided to abandon, it can also show you just how good the editing team of a film actually is.
The God of Thunder's next Marvel adventure is still a ways away, but the development of Thor: Ragnarok just took a big step forward.
Itís being rumored that Thor: Ragnarok will feature a female as the lead antagonist. There are a few names from the comics who fit that bill, so letís take a look at the prime candidates who might trouble Thor Odinson in 2017.
One of the greatest things about comic book movies is watching characters we know and love kick the hell out of each other, and it's starting to sound like Thor and Hulk are next up to throw down.
Recent rumors going around have said that Mark Ruffalo's next appearance as The Hulk will be in the cosmic adventure Thor: Ragnarok - but if a new report is to be believed the God of Thunder and the Green Goliath may not be the only heroes featured in the 2017 blockbuster.
Marvelís Phase Three seems to be marked by multiple high-profile team ups. Ant-Man is coming back, with The Wasp at his side. Captain Americaís sprint through the Civil War will showcase nearly a dozen different superheroes. And now weíre getting a report that Hulk may get a team up.
Avengers: Age of Ultron had so much content that we have only begun to get a glimpse of what made it to the cutting room floor. With an original runtime of 195 minutes, there are plenty of deleted scenes to open up and dissect. Check out one of the more interesting oneís involving Thor and Erik Selvig.
After sending around a poll to all the writers and staff here at Cinema Blend, weíve crunched the numbers and created our Top 12 rankings for the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far. Whatís the order, you ask? Read on to find out!
1987ísAdventures in Babysitting was a big hit that virtually everybody of a certain generation remembers fondly. One of itís best scenes is when Thor-obsessed child Sara believes a mechanic is in fact the Asgardian god, but that was almost very different.