There are big picture political issues in play in Captain America: Civil War, but the Russo Brothers want to keep it grounded and personal, too, which is why Bucky Barnes needed to play a major role.
Though he didn't appear in the trailer for Captain America: Civil War, we're excited to see Spider-Man, who, according to Tom Holland, represents something very different from the other superheroes.
The Secret Warriors have been taking a back seat this season on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but next year the show will pick up on the superhero team again, which will include introducing this member from the comics.
There was a lot to take in from the first Captain America: Civil War trailer, but there were a few things missing as well. We’ve gone through and highlighted the five big things we didn't get to see.
The Arrow Season 4 premiere had a flash-forward showing Oliver standing next to a grave. While fans are still speculating who will die in the near future, John Diggle’s actor David Ramsey has a few ideas of his own.
One character originally slated to appear in X-Men: Days of Future Past, but who wound up on the cutting room floor, was Anna Paquin’s Rogue. As it turns out, however, she didn’t really mind being left out all that much.
Few details have emerged about what to expect from 2018’s Aquaman, but we may have an idea who the King of Atlantis will do battle with, and it’s someone literally close to home.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has successfully taken the continuity and character crossovers that people love in comic books and transplanted it into film. They have also taken several of their successful major comic storylines and rewritten them for the screen.
The hot news of the day, of course, is last night’s release of the first trailer for the next Marvel Studios project, Captain America: Civil War. Everybody is analyzing every single frame of the trailer to see what there is to see.
Oliver Queen and Co. of Arrow have the week off for Thanksgiving. Happily, a double dose of the Green Arrow will be hitting the waves next week, and it looks worth the wait.
So now that we have our first look at scenes from next summer’s Captain America: Civil War we have our first look at the newest member of the MCU, Black Panther.
When Marvel threw a Samuel L. Jackson cameo after the credits of the first Iron Man movie it was a gamble. With one sentence, the studio put in motion a plan that nobody had ever tried before.
The CW’s Arrow has been much more good than bad up to this point in the fourth season. There is, however, a certain something that may just ruin the entire show unless something changes. It's hard to care about characters' lives if their deaths don't matter, and Arrow has a bad habit of untwisting its own plot twists.
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So, what was YOUR favorite moment in the new Captain America: Civil War trailer? Weigh in in the comments section. Then go watch the trailer again and again.
From the very first episode of Supergirl, the show has not shied away from tying its mythology to that of Krypton’s most valuable former citizen, Superman. And now he's officially coming to the show, but there's a twist!
With the release of Jessica Jones on Netflix, Marvel Studios is done for the year when it comes to releasing new titles – but 2016 is a whole new ball game. Phase Three is kicking off on the big screen, and now we have our first official look at the film that is going to kick it all off: Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: Civil War!
Last week, it was announced Colton Haynes will reprise Roy Harper later this season on Arrow, and now we’ve learned the character’s return will be due to a DC supervillain that has just been cast.
Just like Marvel’s other projects, there are plenty of references from the House of Ideas’ lore sprinkled through Jessica Jones’s first season. Here are the ten biggest ones we spotted.
Well, that didn't take long. Earlier today, a rumor made the rounds about the identity of Star-Lord's father in Guardians of the Galaxy, but director James Gunn says it's not right. And he probably knows.
Wondering how Rosario Dawson’s character Claire Temple became so awesome in Daredevil? Easy, she got it from her momma. Here's what that fabulous lady is going to look like when she appears on the streaming service's upcoming TV show.
In December, Netflix will be adding a number of exciting new films to its library of streaming features – including Sam Raimi’s Darkman and the buzzed-about 2015 indie film Tangerine - but sadly the new month means that the service will also be losing a lot of great movies as well. The good news is that there is still some time to watch them before they go.
If there is one genre that is taking the entertainment biz by storm, it's comic book properties. Both DC and Marvel have planned out plenty of ventures years and years in advance, and it seems like there’s always a new superhero movie or TV show coming together.
The Honest Trailer for Fantastic Four is just as punishing and brutal as you probably thought it would be.
Well this sounds promising. Some might even say it is Super. Little by little, details are squeaking out regarding the highly anticipated The Justice League: Part 1.
While the DC Extended Universe appears to be firing on all cylinders with Batman v Superman, Suicide Squad, and Wonder Woman, Aquaman is apparently not as far along as we thought.
The Flash is finally taking a breather, which means there’s no new episode tonight. Not to worry, though, this break isn’t going to last long, as the following week it will return to kick off its latest crossover with Arrow. Check out the preview!
An updated list of all of the scheduled arrivals to Netflix's streaming service for both TV and movies.
Speculation has been rampant on who Peter Quill’s father will be in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but now the identity of this mysterious individual may have finally come out.
Everything from the food they eat to the clothes they wear are chosen so that they can help tell the story about who a character is without having to waste precious time, and now we know a little more about the Joker's new car in Suicide Squad.
I think the one thing we all can agree on is that restarting The Fantastic Four would be a terrible idea. Much like Spider-Man, we don’t need a third iteration of the familiar characters on screen again. Something about these characters is very hard to crack on screen.
Tonight’s Gotham introduced a few names that audiences might not be that familiar with, and one M. Malone almost immediately became one of the most important characters in this story, at least to a point. But who is he?
If you thought Deadpool was going to sit and wait for February to roll around, you've got another thing coming. The Merc With The Mouth is headed to Sao Paolo, and he's got some... choice words for the locals.
If you’re like some of us here at CinemaBlend, then you spent a good chunk of your weekend binge-watching the hell out of the Marvel’s latest Netflix series Jessica Jones and are already in need of a Season 2. Unfortunately, the wait might be a long one.
Comic books are generally focused on the good guys saving the day, especially in the superhero genre, but that altruism is only as interesting as the villains trying to destroy things. And when it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the TV side wins hands down.
Back when Legends of Tomorrow was first announced, The CW and the show’s producers put together a huge trailer to introduce this world to audiences, but the first real trailer is here, and it is absolutely fantastic. Check it out!
At this time, we don’t actually know if Jessica Jones will be getting a second season, but we’re certainly hopeful that it will, and have a specific wish list of things that we want to see play out in future episodes. Read on for our thoughts, and leave your own in the comments section at the end!
Creed director Ryan Cooler is the most recent contender to helm Black Panther, and while that didn’t pan out, he does believe that it’s important that a black director be the one at the helm.
The DC Extended Universe is already gearing up to introduce a lot of famous superheroes. Now there’s word that Black Canary may be brought to the big screen as well, and we could see her as early as 2017.
We're nearing the holidays, which means a ton of big box sets have been appearing at various retailers over the last several weeks. It's a trend that will continue in December, as The Walking Dead fans and more will see a few really cool sets hit shelves.
If you ask Nick Fury himself Samuel L. Jackson, he’ll tell you that the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe isn’t due so much to the talent as it is for this other reason.
Thor: Ragnarok promises action on an apocalyptic level, however there's one more thing that Chris Hemsworth feels the series could include in its bag of tricks. The key to the third Thor film's success may lie within Hemsworth's remarks inside.
Supergirl viewers will remember that two weeks ago, Jimmy Olsen’s ex-girlfriend Lucy Lane was introduced at the end of “Fight or Flight,” with the following week’s “How Does She Do It?” set to elaborate on their past relationship. Where has she been?
Warner Bros. has just revealed Wonder Woman's full cast to coincide with the film's production commencing. Get the details, as well as a healthy dose of speculation, after the jump.
Jessica Jones predominantly centers on the incredibly strong, alcoholic private detective that the show is named after, but she’s not the only superhero given a piece of the limelight. The series also happens to be the launching ground for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s version of Luke Cage.
Frank Miller, one of the more polarizing figures in the comic book world, will return to the Batman universe following the complete release of The Dark Knight III: Master Race, which kicks off later this month.
For years and years, Batman and Superman have been the main focus of attention when it comes to DC Comics movies, but that era is officially coming to an end. The expansion of the DC Cinematic Universe means that all kinds of characters are going to now get their time in the spotlight – and that very much includes Wonder Woman.
When Arrow returns from its midseason hiatus next year, this character who hasn’t been seen since last season will return. Spoiler alert! If you don't want to know which former Arrow character will be returning to the series, read no further!
The identity of Felicity Smoak’s father remains a mystery on Arrow, but there’s a big moment coming up that will find Oliver somehow intertwined with the mysterious man.
Although a preview for the upcoming crossover between The Flash and Arrow came out earlier this week, now there’s an extended trailer out that gives viewers a better idea of what’s to come. And it is fabulous.
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