R-Rated MCU Movies Could Happen
Ever since the success of Deadpool and Logan, studios have been keeping an open mind about R-rated superhero films. Warner Bros. haven't ruled out the possibility of a DC R-rated film. Sony is using Venom to kick off their R-rated Marvel universe.
This Year in Marvel Films: Guardians, Thor, and Spider-Man
Here we take a look at what's to come from the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2017, from a highly anticipated sequel to a certain webslinger no one thought would ever leap into the same toolbox as the Avengers around him.
Could this be true!
What all the recent success of Marvel and the MTU, we wonder where the future holds for this powerhouse franchise. Marvels president Kevin Feige, says that a partnership with fox for either Fantastic 4 or the X-men could possibly happen. Should Marvel aquaire one of these franchises of both, would make Marvel dominant over the rival DC. They will have the ability to right all the wrongs of these two franchises. Namely Fantastic 4. DC needs to realize that it's ok to copy the formula that Marvel had set in place over the years. Time will only tell.
To infinity and beyond
With the release of Marvels Dr. Strange, we are starting to put the final touches on phase 3. With the possibly of a new team leading phase 4, we realize that the giant climax is that of the collection of the Infinity Stones. We have been teased with the threat of Thanos as the puppet master of all things that go bump in the MTU. Recently we have seen 5 out of the six stones. They have been introduced in Avengers, Thor 1 &2, Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy and Dr. Strange. But how much do we know about these stones? What power do they all posses? Who is guarding the stones? Blender has put together a great ''Where are they now'' Infinity stone recap. Hit the jump below to get caught up on the whereabouts of the ever so powerful Infinity Stones. http://www.cinemablend.com/new/Infinity-Stones-Cheat-Sheet-What-You-Need...
Stan Lee Reveals His Next Three Marvel Film Cameos
Comic book icon Stan Lee has become infamous for appearing in subtle roles during Marvel films. Lee has appeared in 2008's Iron Man all the way to 2016's Captain America: Civil War.
Possible Straight-to-Series Order for Drama 'Marvel' from AMC
When we see the world Marvel now, we don't think about a word that literally means 'to be filled with wonder or astonishment'. We think of the mega-franchise based on a ripe comic book world that has pretty much taken over the entertainment world in the past decade.
Kevin Feige Responds to Spielberg's Superhero Comments
Last month, Oscar winning director Steven Spielberg made comments regarding his thoughts on the superhero movie boom that's swept across the Hollywood landscape this past decade.
Watch cool 10 minute Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase One Ret…
Marvel Creative Committee Disbanded, Welcoming in New Era
According to Birth.Movies.Death., the Creative Committee for the movie department at Marvel is being disbanded. The group includes notable names such as comic book writer Brian Michael NBendis, comics publisher Dan Buckley, former toy executive Alan Fine, and Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada.
Watch Marvel's Full D23 'Captain America: Civil War' and 'Do…
Disney's Bob Iger Isn't Afraid of DC Comics Competition
In the past few years, Marvel have seemingly had their way with the box office, releasing hit after hit and raking in a ton of money. However, that may change in the coming twelve months as DC Comics get set to roll-out their upcoming slate of movies starting with Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, then Suicide Squad.
Kevin Feige Gives Updates on Doctor Strange, Black Panther, Captain America and Thor
Marvel studio president Kevin Feige is currently doing press for the release of Ant-Man, and as you'd expect, that means new information about upcoming Marvel movies has been key components of many of his interviews.
Kevin Feige Says Marvel Cinematic Universe Will Not Take "Dark Turn"
With Avengers: Age of Ultron taking big money at the worldwide box office, fans are wondering if Marvel's Cinematic Universe will ever take a "dark turn."
Kevin Feige Gives Updates on ‘Thor: Ragnarok,’ ‘Black Panther,’ and ‘Captain Marvel’
With the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron fast approaching, this release will signal the close of phase 2 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and usher in the start of phase 3, which will begin with the release of Captain America: Civil War in 2016.
An Ultimate Marvel Marathon Is On Its Way To A Theatre Near You
With the release of the second Avengers movie approaching, Marvel have announced their plans for an ultimate marathon of back-to-back screenings of all their movies to date in their cinematic universe.
What Kevin Feige told us about Marvel's Cinematic Universe Phase Three
Yesterday was fairly hectic day if you're keen follower of all things superhero. A ton of information was hurdled at you in a matter of minutes, so we're taking the time to digest everything and get to the bottom of everything we where told.
Marvel Studios reveals full phase three release calendar
Today, 28th October 2014 can simply go down in history as Marvel Day. — Anyone who is a big fan of superhero movies or all things comic book related, would've been salivating all day long. We all knew an announcement regarding their phase three of the cinematic universe was coming, but we where treated to a jam packed slate. It's safe to say, the world of cinema will be hearing a lot from Marvel in the years to come.