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Universal Expects Us to Take Something Called the ‘Dark Universe’ Seriously

2 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

Universal Pictures has announced designs on their own cinematic universe in much the same way a teenager announces they need their own room. Everyone else has one, why shouldn’t they? But their’s is […] The post Universal Expects Us to Take Something Called the ‘Dark Universe’ Seriously appeared first on Geek.com.

The Mummy Has A Creature From The Black Lagoon Easter Egg, And It's Awesome

Universal Pictures is in the process of molding their very own cinematic universe, based on the classic monsters they first brought to the big screen in the early 20th century.

The Universal Monsters Franchise is Now ‘Dark Universe;’ Watch the Logo With Danny Elfman’s Score

Universal Studios is going all-in on their new cinematic universe connecting all of their classic monsters. While The Mummy is set to kick things off next month, the studio has revealed that this franchise will be collected under a single...Show More Summary

Avengers: Infinity War Will Be Adding A Big New Character, According To Stan Lee

Stan Lee is hinting at some major developments for the Marvel Cinematic Universe in The Avengers: Infinity War.

Marvel Superhero Movies Quiz: Wednesday Night! by PW Fun & Learning

Marvel movies! So many to love! Ironman, Spidey, Avengers, Captain America, Guardians of the Galaxy and more! Come by Wednesday evening and show off your knowledge of the Marvel Cinematic Universe! Here are the details! WHAT: Marvel Superhero Movies Quiz! WHERE: Here! WHEN: Wednesday, May 24, 9:00 Eastern/6:00 Pacific. WHY: Because we are groot. See […]

Javier Bardem confirms he's in talks to play Frankenstein's Monster

Universal's upcoming reboot of THE MUMMY is meant to open the doors to "a new world of gods and monsters", a cinematic universe that will see classic monsters and villains like the Mummy, the Invisible Man, the Wolf Man, and Frankenstein's Monster crossing paths over the course of multiple films. Show More Summary

Why Wonder Woman Won't Have An End-Credits Scene

When it comes to building cinematic universe franchises, end-credits scenes have very much become common place -- utilized to help tease future projects on the horizon. This, however, has not really been the case for the growing DC Extended Universe.

Ranking the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Well, we’re well into Phase III of the unlimited number of “phases” that Marvel’s cinematic universe will be having, and Marvel releases three or so movies every year, so obviously this list will need to be updated quite often, but let’s give it a go… #15 – The Incredible Hulk (2008) The second MCU movie […]

Agents of SHIELD: Clark Gregg May Direct Season 5 Episode

The fixture of the Marvel Cinematic Universe may move behind the camera for the upcoming fifth season of Agents of SHIELD. The post Agents of SHIELD: Clark Gregg May Direct Season 5 Episode appeared first on CBR.

Tom Hardy to star as Venom in Spider-Man spin-off movie - CNET

Some fans are disappointed that the film won't cross over with the already established Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Tom Hardy to star as Venom in Spider-Man spin-off movie - CNET

Some fans are disappointed that the film won't cross over with the already established Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Will Javier Bardem Play Frankenstein's Monster? The Actor Updates Us

Nearly a year after it was reported that Javier Bardem was being eyed to play Frankenstein in the Universal Monsters cinematic universe, the actor has updated us on what's happening with that role.

Is Michael Rooker in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ or Not?

The cast of Avengers: Infinity War will include nearly every major character from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. All of the Avengers will be there, obviously, and there are supposed to be some new ones as well, including Brie Larson as Captain Marvel. Show More Summary

Tom Hardy Is Your New Venom

One of the more confusing and intriguing recent developments in our ongoing Superhero Boom has been Sony’s development of their own cinematic universe based on Spider-Man characters … but without Spider-Man in it. They own the rights to those figures, but they’re co-producing Spidey sagas set in the Disney-owned Marvel ... More »

5 Movies You Didn't Know Came From Stephen King

Like it or not, you can't throw a rock in the cinematic universe without hitting a Stephen King book adaptation. Many of the best horror movies of all time originated in the brain of King, from Stanley Kubrick's mindfck, The Shining, to Misery, a horror movie so exceptional that it earned Kathy Bates an Oscar. Show More Summary

Marvel Trolled Fans to Keep a Major Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Plot Twist Secret

4 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 features one of the most emotionally charged deaths in all of Marvel’s cinematic universe, and according to James Gunn, Marvel was able to keep it under wraps before the movie’s premiere by trolling fans. Read more...

It takes a monster to defeat a monster in the final trailer for The Mummy

We're just three weeks away from the release of Universal's latest reboot of THE MUMMY and the beginning of a "dark universe" - a new cinematic universe that will be inhabited by modern versions of various classic Universal...Show More Summary

‘The Mummy’ Trailer: “It Takes a Monster to Defeat a Monster”

Universal has just released a third full-length trailer for The Mummy, the Tom Cruise vehicle that the studio intends to use as a jumping-off point for its new cinematic universe of classic monsters. This new look at the film roundsShow More Summary

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige On Bringing Other Marvel Strays Into The Films

Exactly how much bigger can the Marvel Cinematic Universe get? Well, the man with the mind behind Marvel, Kevin Feige, is hoping that with time and patience, it can get a whole lot bigger. In a recent interview with Jeremy Lasky, the...Show More Summary

GotG Vol. 2: Nathan Fillion ‘Played’ Tony Stark in Deleted Easter Egg

Although his cameo was cut, Gunn still hopes to see Nathan Fillion join the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the future. The post GotG Vol. 2: Nathan Fillion ‘Played’ Tony Stark in Deleted Easter Egg appeared first on CBR.

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