Captain Marvel certainly went higher and further as it tells the origin story of one of Marvel’s most powerful superheroes. Continue reading A Marvelous Addition to the MCU | Review of ‘Captain Marvel’
By: Erin O’Sullivan | Access Hollywood Joss Whedon dropped a huge hint regarding new comic book characters being added to “The Avengers 2,” and fan boys (and girls!) are in a frenzy trying to determine which superheroes are set to make their Marvel Universe big screen debut come 2015. “I’ve got my favorite characters from the comic books – a brother-sister act – they’re in the movie,” … Continue reading Avengers 2: Joss Whedon Says ‘Brother-Sister Act’ In New Film – Could It Be Scarlet Witch & Quicksilver?
By: Katey Rich Both Captain America: The First Avenger and the upcoming sequel Thor: The Dark World have spent some time boosting the UK economy by shooting over in Great Britain, and now the biggest of all the upcoming Marvel movies will have its turn as well. According to Screen Daily,The Avengers 2 will be setting up shop at Pinewood-Shepperton, just outside of London, later this year, with cameras set to start … Continue reading The Avengers 2 Starts Production In Early 2014 Outside Of London
By: Sean O’Connell Because Mark Millar had been hired as a creative consultant for, comic-book properties at 20th Century Fox, one would assume that the things he has said about X-Men: Days of Future Past were coming from a point of insider information, and that he and Future Past director Bryan Singer have met, discussed the franchise, and shared ideas. Not the case. Singer spoke with the Web site Bleeding Cool about … Continue reading Bryan Singer Says Mark Millar Isn’t Working On New X-Men
By: Mack Rawden You know how certain actors seem to take the same roles in the same types of movies over and over again? Samuel L Jackson is definitely not one of them. From weird, smaller budget movies like Black Snake Moan to gigantic blockbusters like The Avengers, he’s cast an extremely wide net for years, and miraculously, his newest role will stretch it even … Continue reading Samuel L Jackson On Board For Live Action Remake Of Anime Classic Kite
By: Kristy Puchko Joss Whedon’s The Avengers was a big, bold and intensely fun movie that offered jaw-dropping action sequences, face-offs that had fanboys and fangirls uncontrollably geeking out, and plenty of witty one-liners. Most admirably, no member of the assembled ensemble seemed to outshine any other. But now with Iron Man 3 geared up for its spring release, the focus goes back to the … Continue reading Kevin Feige Promises Iron Man 3 Won’t Be Too Serious
By: Katey Rich The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been so successful that it’s hard to imagine any of the movies being risky, but as we enter what the studio is calling “Phase Two,” there will be some changes afoot. Three of the four upcoming sequels– Iron Man 3, Captain America: The Winter Soldier andThor: The Dark World— will be directed by different people than handled … Continue reading Chris Hemsworth Promises Relationship Troubles And A Game Of Thrones Vibe For Thor 2
By: Katey Rich It’s taken a lot longer than anybody would have expected, but the full Marvel: Phase One box set will eventually be making its way to fans, featuring every Marvel film leading up to The Avengers (plus The Avengers itself) and a promised boatload of new extras and Easter Eggs to make it worth the $219 price tag. The box set was delayed … Continue reading Marvel Phase One Box Set Blu-Ray Will Include New Footage From Upcoming Movies
By: Eric Eisenberg If you haven’t already (and you’re over 18), I highly recommend that you drop whatever your doing right now and go see Choke. The directorial debut of Clark Gregg – best known as the beloved and dearly missed Agent Coulson in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – the film is a terrific adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk’s book of the same name and features … Continue reading Clark Gregg Casts Sam Rockwell, William H. Macy And More In Trust Me
By: Katey Rich It’s been hard not to notice his week that, somewhere deep in Warner Bros. studios, there are a bunch of executives and writers trying to bring a lot of DC Comics characters to the screen. They’ve been trying to do this for years, of course, but the news has been coming fast and furious this week, with the big news that they’ve … Continue reading Should Warner Bros. Ditch Ryan Reynolds As The Green Lantern?