Marvel Studios' Doctor Strange has had a lot of names rumored to be in contention for the titular role. In fact, it ranks up there with most rumored names for any comic hero in recent memory. We've seen everyone from Jon Hamm to Jack Huston suggested for the role, with Tom Hardy, Benedict Cumberbatch, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and even Daniel Radcliffe being whispered in lower tones as contenders in between.
The summer of 2014 has been a fascinating season for the comic book genre as a whole, but itís even more interesting when you notice that in the past few months weíve seen three very distinct looks into the Marvel Cinematic Multiverse.
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Rila Fukushima isn't quite a household name in America just yet, but she is certainly gaining popularity though comic book geek audiences. Last year, the Japanese actress/model got an opportunity for a breakout starring opposite Hugh Jackman in James Mangold's The Wolverine, and now she is ready to ride the genre to the small screen, where she will be appearing regularly in episodes of Arrow this fall.
After months and months of teasing the fulfillment of The Mandarin/Ten Rings storyline first hinted at the start of the franchise, Iron Man 3's revelation that The Mandarin was actually just an act portrayed by a washed up stage actor either pissed you off or really entertained you.
Get a good look at the suit in the images. It looks like it has been scorched. The eyes look hollowed out. The cape and hood look menacing, but until we see what kind of powers Doom has in Trankís movie, itís all just one long guessing game.
Needless to say, we had a lot to talk about with the Russos, from Captain America: The Winter Soldier to Marvelís plans for Captain America 3 and beyond.
Going back to 2008, Robert Downey Jr. has been the face of the Marvel Studios franchise. It was his performance as Tony Stark in Jon Favreau's Iron Man that lit the powder keg that wound up becoming the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and he has been a key player and figure ever since.
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Marvel Studios has firmly established itself as one of the biggest - if not the biggest - brands in Hollywood. After six years of releasing movies, the company has not only made two of the highest grossing films of all time - Joss Whedon's The Avengers and Shane Black's Iron Man 3 - but also has proven able to take a property that nobody has ever heard of and turn it into gold.
Should humor be banned, completely, from DCís pending movies? Absolutely not. Itís OK to strike a serious tone with your characters (and somber Batman basically demands it). But some of the characters on the planned DC slate need levity and a lightheartedness if audiences are going to swallow their comic-booky exploits.
Guardians Of The Galaxy almost looked entirely different when it cam to certain characters. Yet if we were to name one character that'd take the cake in the concept department, it be Gamora.
Just when you thought you'd seen all of the easter eggs from Captain America:The Winter Soldier, more have surfaced connecting within and outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. See if you can spot Joss Whedon amongs the easter eggs, bonus points if you do so without reading the subtitles.
If we had to guess, weíd say McNairy will play The Flash alongside his Argo co-star and director, Ben Affleck. On that note, McNairy said knowing Affleck didnít help him get this Dawn of Justice gig.
Some actors go their entire lives without getting a chance to land their dream roles, but Donald Glover is no longer on that list. The former star of Community was brought into Disney XDís Ultimate Spider-Man universe for a guest spot in an upcoming episode, for which he will finally get to play Spider-Man.