It was confirmed all the way back in February that the brand new live-action version of Spider-Man would be making his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: Civil War, but what has remained a question in the months since is the exact extent of the webslinger's role in the 2016 movie.
While Ant-Man’s special shrinking and growing powers are arguably the most anticipated elements of the character’s upcoming film, fans shouldn’t forget the other unique ability that that the titular character possesses: his ability to communicate with ants.
The Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 two-part finale “S.O.S.” seemed to close the book on the villainous Calvin Zabo’s journey, but Kyle MacLachlan has hinted it might not be as cut and dry as we were led to believe.
Knowing that Ant-Man was going to feature specific flashback sequences with a young Dr. Hank Pym, fans wondered if the production would soon be hiring an actor to play a young Michael Douglas. This never happened for a specific reason.
Allowing Spider-Man into the MCU gives future writers and directors countless possible avenues for this iconic hero. They’re really only limited by their imagination now. So tell me. What do you hope that Marvel and Sony will do with Spider-Man. Because the future of the hero on screen starts now.
Now that Tom Holland has been cast as the MCU’s Spider-Man, Marvel and Sony need to start thinking about the villain our web-slinging hero will face. Here are our top picks of antagonists that should battle the Wall-Crawler for his next movie.
Sasha Fierce herself, Beyonce Knowles, is looking to get back into the acting game, and in an unlikely turn of events, some suggest she could be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The wait is finally over, True Believers, we finally know who will play Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as who will helm his first solo venture.
James Horner, legendary film composer of such films as Titanic and The Rocketeer, is dead at 61. Read on to get the details, as well as celebrate his life's work.
So over at Marvel Comics they’ve got this whole Secret Wars, reboot, relaunch, “All-New, All Different” thing going on. As part of that we’re seeing the ending of some books, the ending of some characters, and everything is being reset back to Issue #1 to start at the top. It’s not bad news for every character though.
Before Sara Lance stars in Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow viewers may get to see her and Laurel together again in Season 4, though not necessarily under the best of circumstances.
Although he’s famous as Marvel’s first and primary Spider-Man, there have been been questions about what Peter Parker’s role will be following the universe shattering events of Secret Wars. Well, wonder no longer.
Ant-Man’s shrinking powers guarantee that his upcoming Marvel Studios film will have sequences unlike anything we’ve ever seen in a big budget superhero blockbuster - if not only because the very special locations the movie can use for action scenes.
Earlier today Marvel Enterprises won a multi-decade long battle over a simple Spider-Man toy. The toy was called the Web Blaster, and it's been causing the company a whole lot of problems with the original inventor.
So far only three individuals have been able to lift Thor’s hammer in the MCU, but a fourth name might be added to the list, as a new rumor suggests one of the stars of Captain America: Civil War will get to wield Mjolnir.
According to a new report, Marvel has hired Selma director Ava DuVernay to helm their upcoming adaptation of Black Panther.
I could spend a while talking about all the ways in which Netflix is a powerhouse of entertainment, so here's a list of the 10 best original series that Netflix has to offer, not counting imports like The Fallor series extensions like Arrested Development.
Ron Perlman’s mission to get Hellboy 3 made continues. In a recent interview, he teased the story for Hellboy 3, and if you liked the first two films, apparently you’ll be blown away.
When it was revealed that Marvel Studios would finally be moving forward with their plans for an Ant-Man movie, one big question raised was whether or not the feature would also feature the live-action debut of Wasp – the shrinking, flying female superheroine who is married to Dr. Hank Pym a.k.a. Ant-Man in the comics.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a special kind of franchise. The details of the world-building in the MCU means that each story must be looked at like a puzzle piece helping create a larger picture. So where does director Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man fit into this ever-growing timeline?
Comic book movie fans may still be coming down from the blockbuster high that was delivered earlier this year in the form of Joss Whedon’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron, but Marvel Studios isn’t wasting any time giving movie-goers another taste of their Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures still haven’t chose who should play Spider-Man in the MCU, but candidate Tom Holland is already showcasing his Spidey skills to the public through some impressive videos.
Mark Ruffalo told reporters a couple months ago that the studio didn't actually have the full rights to the Hulk character, calling him "Universal's property," and that's what was preventing the company from creating a new project. As it turns out, Ruffalo was mistaken.
Given that Deadpool is a character unlike any other in comics, we expect his upcoming solo film to have the same kind of standing in the comic book movie genre. So kind of tone should we be anticipating in the feature? According to Deadpool's co-creator, we should get something akin to the voice of the great Quentin Tarantino.
After a long and heated battle over which version of Spider-Man we would see next on the screen, Marvel announced that it would indeed stay Peter Parker. Needless to say, fans of the Miles Morales character were incredibly disappointed. But in an attempt to ease that pain, Marvel has just announced that Miles Morales will be joining the official Marvel Comics universe as the new Spidey in the Spider-Man comics relaunch.
News can come from the strangest places. It’s been a question in recent weeks whether or not Hugh Jackman would be appearing in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse. It now looks like we do have confirmation that Wolverine will be in the new film.
Marvel has never shied away from using humor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films. However, when they cast Paul Rudd in the lead for Ant-Man it was obvious that Marvel was looking for a more comedic tone than we had seen in previous films.
Details have been scarce on what to expect in Arrow Season 4 and what the hero will be up to in quasi-retirement. But according to series lead Stephen Amell, fans can look forward to some shocking moments in the season premiere.
Jurassic World continues to make an absurd amount of money at the box office, including passing yet another record held by The Avengers.
While Scott Lang’s future following Ant-Man and Captain America: Civil War is uncertain, according to Paul Rudd, we’ll be seeing a lot of him in the MCU in the coming years.
Zoe Saldana is seriously annoyed with Hollywood’s lack of respect in her choosing to be a mother. The Avatar star has had no problem scoring bigger and better roles over the years, but when Hollywood found out she was pregnant a little over a year ago, their reaction was not exactly of congratulations.
There’s been a lot of speculation about Hugh Jackman’s last Wolverine movie will be about, but the creative talent are staying silent. However, we may now know which storyline will be adapted for the actor’s last hurrah.
Just in case you somehow forgot, superhero movies are big, big business these days, and DC and Warner Bros. are pushing for a ton more over the next few years.
There is little doubt that director, Kenneth Branagh played a huge part in how successfully Marvel’s 2011 entry, Thor translated to the big screen. Possibly a testament to that, a recently cited rumor indicates that the studio was looking to reacquire his services for the still-vacant director’s chair for the series’ upcoming third film, Thor: Ragnarok.
Jesse Eisenberg has explained how his Lex Luthor will be different to the previous incarnations.
The X-Men franchise’s upcoming Gambit stand-alone has spent many months with some major question marks surrounding it. The film has seemingly spent the last few months making very little forward movement in development, but that changed in a big way this week.
When Season 2 of Daredevil arrives next year, our hero will be facing deadly competition. Frank Castle and Matt Murdock have clashed many times in the comics, but when Punisher makes his MCU debut in Daredevil next year, it may result in a change of the crimson-clad crimefighter.
In the midst of superheroes battling each other and the titular character taking down various unpatriotic foes in Captain America: Civil War, there’s is going to be major vehicular damage as well!
Marvel has been planning some big changes as of late, especially when it comes to their comics. Just recently the publisher announced an “All New” and “All Different” Marvel would soon be hitting the shelves, introducing a whole slew of new characters along with significant changes to existing ones. Now, along with the reboot, Marvel has also announces more accessibility
Barry Allen worked with several superpowered allies during The Flash Season 1, and now new videos have surfaced with hints on who The Flash’s mysterious new hero might be in Season 2. Here are the folks we think could fill the role going off this new information.
Joel Schumacher's failed Batman & Robin follow-up Batman Unchained sounds incredible. Seriously.
Matthew Vaughn wants to make 2 more Kick-Ass films, and there's one prequel you should be very excited about.
Before Channing Tatum tackles his own Gambit adventure, word on the street — and word from Tatum himself — was that the card-slinging X-Man would first appear in next summer’s X-Men: Apocalypse. The actor recently updated us on the matter, however, and things aren’t looking good on that front.
If you had a sneaking suspicion that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Iron Man were basically the same movie, you'd be right and wrong at the same time. Read on to see the evidence, and judge for yourself!
While losing someone close to you is tough, life moves on, and when The Flash Season 2 begins this fall, Joe will find himself with a new partner, and it sounds like it will be someone who’s is a key player in the Flash mythos.
In order to prevent all of the upcoming comic book movies from feeling stale and repetitive, some of the projects are definitely going to have to present material that comes from outside the box and changes the game - and it's for this exact reason that Channing Tatum believes his upcoming X-Men spin-off movie Gambit is important and needs to happen.
After yesterday’s report on Aquaman’s status in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, it’s being reported that Suicide Squad will explain how he got in his predicament, and it involves fighting a gigantic villain.
Joe and Anthony Russo’s Captain America: Civil War is one of the more highly anticipated Marvel movies on the docket, and it seems that with every new week of production comes even more news from the set.
Not only will we see young Jean Grey use her telekinetic (and possibly telepathic) abilities in X-Men: Apocalypse, but she’ll also be showing off this unusual skill.
How do we know that Netflix is a legitimate source for original content? Aside from the massive success of shows like House of Cards and Orange Is the New Black, landing Brad Pitt seems like a immense leap in the right direction.
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