If you're only just now crawling out from under a cozy rock, last night, Marvel dropped the first trailer for Captain America: Civil War. Adapted from the 2006 comic book storyline, the movie sees the eponymous Star-Spangled AvengerShow More Summary
We pick away and explore Marvel's Cinematic Universe connective tissue.
The first trailer for "Captain America: Civil War" is out and the fight is on between the First Avenger and Iron Man. The upcoming Marvel film will see the Avengers turn against one another in a fight over idealism and government oversight. On one side is Captain America (Chris Evans), who during...
The new Captain America: Civil War trailer gives us Rogers, Stark, Avengers torn apart and yes, some Black Panther.
With two Thor films, and just as many Avengers installments under his belt, Chris Hemsworth knows the Marvel Cinematic Universe inside and out. With that knowledge, the leading man in the kingdom of Asgard has formed some opinions on...Show More Summary
Chris Hemsworth is all imposing muscle as Thor in the "Avengers" flicks, but for his newest role, as a ship crew member lost at sea in "In the Heart of the Sea," he decided to take his physique in the complete opposite direction.Hemsworth...Show More Summary
Marvel Studios has created the most comprehensive and cohesive cinematic universe ever committed to film; that much is really not up for debate. Between film, television, and Netflix properties, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has become densely populated by some fantastic characters over the last eight years â?? both heroic and villainous. Show More Summary
In the latest "After Hours" episode, Josh must decide between a toy of the Vision or the Falcon from "Captain America: Civil War" -- and Paul Bettany and Anthony Mackie are not making it easy for him.
The Fast and Furious films are essentially superhero movies at this point, with Dominic Toretto and his family as the Avengers, if the Avengers’ one shared superpower was the ability to break the laws of physics in really expensive cars. Show More Summary
Which silly vehicle from the comics is coming to LEGO Marvel’s Avengers? Where does Adrianne Palicki have a Supergirl tattoo? How did Scott Lang and Hank Pym meet in a deleted scene from Ant-Man? What could have the Fantasticar looked...Show More Summary
2016 won’t want for superhero team-ups. Marvel is assembling most of the Avengers for Captain America: Civil War, the X-Men are coming together for Apocalypse, and DC is promising the Dawn of Justice. But if supervillains are more your...Show More Summary
While the Thor movies have featured women like Jane Foster, Darcy, Sif, and Frigga in important roles, villain-wise, it's been a sausage fest. Loki has caused trouble both for the God of Thunder and the Avengers, while Malekith launched his own scheme centered around the Aether in Thor: The Dark World. Show More Summary
As movie releases go, 2015 is kind of a big deal. From "Avengers: Age of Ultron" to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," this year is packed with sequels, blockbusters, and potential awards bait -- all vying for our hard-earned allowanceShow More Summary
After hanging out with the Avengers next year in Captain America: Civil War, Ant-Man will get to go on his own adventure again, but this time he won't be hogging the spotlight all for himself. Hope van Dyne will finally get the chance to shine as a superhero by following in her mother's footsteps and becoming The Wasp. Show More Summary
Over the weekend, a report was revealed that purported to show what each Avengers actor received for their work on Age of Ultron. Some of it wasn't very surprising, like the fact that Robert Downey Jr. makes so much money he could go swimming in it, Scrooge McDuck style. Show More Summary
1. "Why comic books are more radical than you think": Insightful commentary from BBC's Natalie Haynes. “When the Blu-ray edition of ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ fell through my letterbox last week, the cover showed Captain America, Thor, Iron Man and the Hulk emblazoned across the middle of the box. Show More Summary
Next year's Captain America: Civil War has the potential to be The Avengers 2.5. What was originally thought of as Captain America III when it was announced last year, has been revealed to be a massive entry in Marvel's Cinematic Universe. Show More Summary
It's no secret that Robert Downey Jr is the highest paid member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As Tony Stark, he kicked off the Iron Man franchise back in 2008 and laid the foundation for an entire world the Marvel heroes now inhabit. Show More Summary
There’s been a lot of discussion about the gender wage gap lately (mostly as it pertains to millionaires), as Hollywood has had the curtain pulled back on its bean counters to reveal what stars are making these days. It’s been established that Robert Downey Jr. Show More Summary
If The Walking Dead is Lord of the Flies, and Morgan is their Piggy, is he about to get a boulder dropped on him? Dustin says... maybe. (Uproxx) The Hunger Games: Mockingjay part 2 Berlin premiere brought out a...