How closely have you looked at the first trailer for Captain America: Civil War? Have you seen anything particularly interesting, anything that sets your mind racing with the possibilities? Questions swirl around Marvel's May 6, 2016...Show More Summary
We pick away and explore Marvel's Cinematic Universe connective tissue.
The writer/director helms his first true story with equal parts drama and comedy while cooking up new forays into the Marvel's super hero world.
Jessica Jones may be the most subversive of Marvel’s superhero stories thus far, but it’s still full of cameos, shout-outs and connections—to the cinematic universe it is part of, and the comic books it came from. Here’s a few of the links to the wider world of Marvel movies and comics we noticed while watching. Read more...
Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War Trailer was finally released after months of anticipation. It definitely takes a different route for Captain America, who seems to spend most of the film running from the law. It was met with some fairly emotional reactions from fans, particularly after one scene in the trailer showed Captain America and... Show More Summary
Mr. Sunday Movies points out some of the easter eggs and hidden references in the newly released trailer for the upcoming Marvel film Captain America: Civil War.
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. Of course, one of the things that many have also noticed, is what isn't there. Show More Summary
Includes cameos from Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, other Marvel movie mainstays.
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. Show More Summary
Silk, the wall-crawling hero with slightly less baggage than the other spider-people in the Marvel Universe, gets a new #1 this week in the relaunch (that's really a continutation) of her solo series. It's a first issue that finds its...Show More Summary
Along with a trailer and a poster, Marvel Studios has released a slightly updated plot synopsis for May's "Captain America: Civil War."
Everyone is talking about Captain America: Civil War this week, and for good reason. The first trailer is out and it promises to be a mega kick-off to Phase three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Read more...
It will probably be a while before we get our first gay superhero onscreen, so the Marvel gods are throwing us a bone: the Captain America: Civil War trailer. Have you watched it? Like, have you really watched it? Those longing glances between Captain America and Bucky? Iron Man as... More »
The Fantastic Four reboot sequel might not happen, despite the optimistic expectation at Fox Studios. For many fans, this could be the beginning of great news. The original Fantastic Four shown in theaters had been a relatively successful and fun romp, focusing on a tight-knit “family” of scientists who gain powers through a space anomaly.... Show More Summary
Plenty of media narratives touch on trauma and recovery nowadays, and PTSD has become a common trope. But in real life, everybody deals with trauma differently—and Marvel’s new series Jessica Jones actually shows the vast array of responses that people can have to traumatic events. Read more...
Marvel has more TV shows on the way like Marvel?s Most Wanted and Damage Control, but now an idea has popped up about a series revolving around one of Marvel?s younger heroes: Kamala Khan, a.k.a. the current Ms. Marvel.Click To Continue Reading
On my reading list: Finale: A Novel of the Reagan Years by Thomas Mallon. Dan Balz: “Mallon is a marvelous at turning historical events into fiction. His last novel was about Richard Nixon and Watergate and was a great read. [...]
The first trailer for Marvel's Captain America: Civil War dropped late last night, and it riled up all the feels that Marvel Cinematic Universe fans are used to; the thrill of seeing a new character in action (hey, it's Black Panther,...Show More Summary
Jeph Loeb opens up about the chance of a "Ms. Marvel" TV series; some fans think Spider-Man may be in the "Civil War" trailer and more.
Netflix’s Jessica Jones is a high-wire balancing act, one that somehow manages to toe the line between comic book thriller and something much, much bigger. Yes, the last six episodes of Marvel’s latest release are far more superhero-y...Show More Summary