Pop quiz: can you name a major new DC or Marvel superhero character from the last twenty years? Not a supporting character, and not a new identity for an existing character, but a completely new creation that has taken its place alongside the likes of Batman, Spider-Man, The Hulk and Superman in the pop culture pantheon. Show More Summary
Marvel's Kevin Feige talks about the next phase of the Marvel Universe, also updating on Hulk, Daredevil and more. [...]
Entertainment Weekly sat down with Kevin Feige and got an update on what was what wasn’t in the cards for Marvel’s Phase 3 and beyond. Ant-Man: This one is happening. Apparently it was director Edgar Wright who has been postponing … Continue reading ?
Robert Downey, Jr.'s obligations to Marvel are done after Avengers 2, but what does that mean for the Iron Man series? Can there really be a sequel without RDJ?? Marvel President Kevin Feige says the show must go on, with or without its signature star. He says: "I believe there will be a fourth Iron Man film and [...]
Kevin Feige spoke with Collider recently and was asked whether Marvel had considered casting The Rock in the Marvel universe. Feige said: I think yeah, I mean his name has come up in the past. I’m a gigantic fan of his, I think he’s … Continue reading ?
Early access for Marvel Heroes is just around the corner, if you consider 11 days to be a corner. It'll be a chance for everyone to get started on the process of hitting the level cap... or at least getting halfway there before grinding dailies. Show More Summary
The chairman of a Cape Town, South Africa film studio reveals that Marvel Studios is interested in using their facilities. [...]
When do Man of Steel tickets go on sale to the general public? What did Kevin Feige have to say about possible Phase Three films Doctor Strange, Inhumans, Runaways and more? Which character does Dwayne Johnson want to play in the Marvel Universe? Where can you see a live Iron Man 3 art discussion? What [...]
Marvel E-i-C Axel Alonso digs deep into the whys and wherefores of expanding the Marvel U from "Age of Ultron's" birth of "Hunger" to Iron Man's connection to "Guardians of the Galaxy."
Joss Whedon — mastermind of television and film — has revealed that two popular Marvel characters, Quicksilver and the Scarlet Witch, WILL be featured in the Avengers sequel! The superhero brother-sister duo originally appeared in the 1960s X Men comics, and have been prominent figures in Avengers storylines over the years. Joss said of the duo: "You [...]
Hey Yo! Draven here. There has been a ton of smoke when it comes to speculation that Black Panther is going to make an appearance in the next AVENGERS film: 1. There have already been some hints in previous Marvel films. 2. We know Marvel...Show More Summary
Earlier this month, Entertainment Weekly got the scoop that Quicksilver & Scarlet Witch would appear in The Avengers 2. Then, a week ago, Super Hero Hype claimed that Marvel wanted actress Saoirse Ronan for the role of Scarlet Witch. Now, in an interview with IGN, Joss … Continue reading ?
Joss Whedon has the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the palm of his hand. Sure, he only made one of the five films from Phase 1, but his film, The Avengers, is their crowning glory. He’s now working on The Avengers 2 as well as Marvel’s first ever television series, Agents of SHIELD. What future does [...]
The Marvel cinematic universe is expanding. Just like the real universe! Which means that at some point the Marvel Universe will contract, which also means that we will eventually return to the Big Marvel Bang and that "Marvel time" is a meaningless construct. But I'm getting ahead of myself. Show More Summary
We’ve previously reported to you that Marvel is planning on bringing the African superhero Black Panther into the Marvel Cinematic Universe; elsewhere in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we’ve noted that even Jeremy Renner thought his role in The Avengers sucked. What do these two things have to do with one another? Well, they form the [...]
The director also talks about Iron Man's future return in this lucrative Marvel franchise. [...]
And another Marvel blockbuster hits ten figures: Iron Man 3 has now passed the $1 billion benchmark worldwide, and it also just broke $300 million domestically. Everyone loves Guy Pearce in a nice cropped pant. (Also: superheroes.) ... More »
Two pretty big rumors regarding The Avengers 2 are whipping around the Web today, so we figured they were worth a look. The first one seems most plausible. It concerns the possible inclusion of the Black Panther in the sequel and the hint comes from the chairman of South Africa’s Cape Town Film Studios. He [...]
This is pleasantly unexpected, from Tom Brevoort’s Tumblr: Coldmoon and Dragonfire, there’s still a chance we’ll see you again, too…! (Seriously, if you look back at Marvel Point One from 2011, it’s a very strange book now: Previews for an event comic that didn’t come out for more than a year, a Defenders reboot that [...]
Who is leading on social media among the new shows that the major TV networks officially announced this week? Though the Marvel Cinematic Universe spin-off Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is garnering a very healthy dose of buzz online (much of it concerning the not-so-deceased Agent Phil Coulson), our pals over at Networked Insights analyzed millions of social media [...]