The Russo Brothers may have just called for a cease-fire in one superhero war, but the sibling filmmakers are about to hit the trenches for another. Now that their most recent opus, "Captain America: Civil War," has emerged as one of...Show More Summary
For a while now the Russo Brothers have teased that Avengers: Infinity War will be the culmination of everything that's happened in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since its inception in 2008, and while the two-part film will bring anShow More Summary
The directors said they'd like to "keep the streak going" by including "Community" cameos in their upcoming Marvel movies.
In a few months, Tony Stark will no longer be the Iron Avenger. The 15-year-old tech wiz Riri Williams is taking his place as the star of Invincible Iron Man, but she’s not keeping the name. Probably because a teenage girl walking around as “Iron Man” is a little weird. Read more...
As we get ever closer to the release of the next Marvel Cinematic Universe movie this November – Doctor Strange – the Marvel publicity machine hasn’t made any major announcements since giving their […]
As soon as Marvel announced the Avengers: Infinity War movies as part of their Phase 3 lineup, many assumed that it would include an appearance from the Guardians of the Galaxy
When the Avengers movies for Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe were announced back in October 2014, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige referred to the features as the capstone of the journey that we've seen unfold since Jon Favreau's Iron Man in 2008.
Captain America: Civil War had one of the biggest casts in Marvel movie history. Not only did it bring back nearly all the Avengers, it also unveiled Spider-Man and Black Panther. And Joe and Anthony Russo‘s next film for Marvel looks...Show More Summary
When Marvel first announced in 2014 that they were going to be making yet more Avengers movies, they originally said that the next two Avengers movies would be filmed back to back and be titled Avengers: Infinity Wars Part 1 and Part 2 respectively. Now it seems that they have changed gears. IGN spoke with Joe and Anthony […]
Vin Diesel announced that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 will crossover to the third installment of Avengers.
As the Marvel Cinematic Universe has gotten bigger and crazier, the idea of all the separate parts eventually coming together to form some kind of ultimate superhero jambalaya is looking more and more difficult. It’s no longer a given...Show More Summary
Save some shawarma for the "Guardians of the Galaxy," 'cause they are joining the gang for the next "Avengers" movie! It's not exactly shocking -- characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are always popping into each other's movies...Show More Summary
It wasn’t exactly surprising when Disney and Marvel officially confirmed that Avengers: Infinity War – Part 1 had dropped the ‘Part 1’ from its title — back in May, director Joe Russo said that both parts would soon be renamed. Not long...Show More Summary
Marvel Studios likes to keep its cards close to the vest, doling out only the sparest bits of information early on, and then at a very carefully controlled pace. Marvel star Vin Diesel, on the other hand, loves to share. The Guardians...Show More Summary
When Guardians of the Galaxy first came out a couple years back, it was a breath of fresh air in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The previous films that came before it were all sequels to Marvel's Phase 1 films, and for a while, it almost seemed like the studio would simply iterate on what had come before it. Show More Summary
From the mouth of Groot himself, Marvel fans got confirmation of a long-suspected fact: The Guardians of the Galaxy will appear in the next Avengers installment, 2018's Infinity War. Vin Diesel took to his famed Facebook page for a meandering Facebook Live stream in which he walked outside and rambled ... More »
Back when Marvel President Kevin Feige announced the whole of Marvel's Phase 3 of their long-running Cinematic Universe, they slated the third and fourth entries in the Avengers series as Avengers: Infinity War Part I and Part II. From a fan perspective, this certainly seemed to make a lot of sense. Show More Summary
Marvel Studios had initially announced that they would be making the third and fourth installments of The Avengers series back to back, under the guise of a two-film epic event titled The Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 and Part 2. But...Show More Summary
A few weeks ago at San Diego Comic Con, it was announced that Brie Larson would be taking up the mantle of Captain Marvel in the Marvel Studios film of the same name. But there’s more than enough room in the Marvel Universe for another female superhero, right? So when Anna Kendrick took to Twitter […]
The X-Men and The Avengers are both super powered teams, but what would happen in the characters from their respective movie universes were to face off in an ultimate battle? Who would reign supreme as Marvel’s truly most powerful team?...Show More Summary