Instagram user @accurate.mcu creates small infographics taking a look at the designs of characters from the MCU and comparing them with their original illustrated alternatives. Check them all out below! (After the “read more” link below if you are reading this from the front page. Show More Summary
Though it turned out to be a successful addition to the Marvel cinematic universe, grossing $519 million worldwide and generally getting good views from both audiences and critics, for a long time prior to its release, fans were expecting a very different kind of movie from Ant-Man. For a long time the director behind the […]
Mark Wahlberg has admitted that he popped in to check out the writers room for the Transformers Cinematic Universe, but insisted that it didn't change his approach to _The Last Knight. _
The Hollywood winds have been blowing in the direction of franchises and cinematic universe for a while, but it’s still surprising to see a studio make such a transparent move towards them and away from the creative forces that helped build the backbone of its modern era. Show More Summary
Guardians Of The Galaxy sort of introduced classic comic icon Howard The Duck to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but his first big-screen adventure came out more than 30 years ago. Now, the human star of Howard The Duck, Lea Thompson,...Show More Summary
Back in February of 2015, Sony and Marvel made history when they made a deal to bring Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Back in the 1990s, when Marvel was in danger of fading into obscurity, they were forced to sell the movie rights in order to stay afloat. Show More Summary
Sony's plans for a Spider-Man cinematic universe stretches beyond Venom and Silver & Black to include projects featuring Kraven and Mysterio. The post Sony Plans Kraven & Mysterio Spider-Man Spinoffs appeared first on CBR.
Sam Raimi made audiences believe a man could swing from a web, but do his Spider-Man films still hold up in a world with a Marvel Cinematic Universe? The post Does Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man Trilogy Hold Up Post-MCU? appeared first on C...
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is usually one steady-ass rock. The films are generally pretty darn good, and their timeline — while occasionally convoluted — is pretty easy to follow. We know where each film stands in relation to another, and understand the space they occupy in the same universe. Show More Summary
You can't make an omelet without cracking a few eggs. Similarly, you can't build a Cinematic Universe without making a few mistakes along the way.
With Venom now officially part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (or adjunct to it), Marvel needs to take a few key steps to make sure this addition can properly work.
Spider-Man is in an increasingly weird position as far as cinematic universes are concerned. We start here with our MCU news. Though some legal acrobatics, he is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe […] The post MCU News: Sony Not Ruling Out Venom in MCU, Chris Hemsworth Speaks and James McAvoy Shaves appeared first on Geek.com.
Sony's Spider-Man spinoffs, Venom and Silver and Black, may not exist in the Marvel Cinematic Universe... but Sony has plans for all of their Spider-Man films to share the same universe. And, contrary to reports, the door isn't closed on Tom Holland showing up in them. More »
The Marvel Cinematic Universe seems like a tightly controlled machine, with every part working in accordance with every other part, but that is absolutely not the case when you factor in anything that is tangentially connected to the MCU, like the Netflix shows or the new Spider-Man universe that Sony is launching with Homecoming. Show More Summary
By Jennifer Bourque Marvel and Sony have figured out how to have Spider-Man in two cinematic universes at the same time. The article ‘Venom’ and ‘Silver & Black’ Will Be in the Same Universe as Tom Holland’s Spider-Man appeared first on Film School Rejects.
As if Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe wasn’t cluttered enough.
When the Venom movie was first announced, people were a little perplexed. After the deal to let the Marvel Cinematic Universe use Spider-Man, it seemed to be a counterproductive move for them. The back and forth has been, that whilst...Show More Summary
By Sheryl Oh Attention, cinematic universes: you still need more than Hollywood's elite to make your villains to work. The article Jessica Chastain Could Be an ‘X-Men’ Villain, and That Makes Us Nervous appeared first on Film School Rejects.
(You can see the first Fan Theory post here and the second one here.) 1. X-Men Origins: Wolverine Exists in the X-Men Cinematic Universe So with the X-Men comics being a big plot point in Logan, what if movies about...