“Whoa. You’re Captain America.” Scott Lang’s hilarious awe of Steve Rogers in Captain America: Civil War goes both ways later this week at Comic-Con, as each superhero is getting an awesome, exclusive new Mondo poster that’ll first be available at the event and we’re the first to bring them to the world.
Independence Day 3 may already be on the way. Deadpool 2 is definitely on the way. How the Flash messing up the timeline in his TV show has made one actor’s return very confusing. And the Suicide Squad movie receives its own bad theme song. Spoilers, yo!
Tucked into a Variety article listing several international projects that will be made in France—thanks to the country’s generous tax rebates on animation work—was this interesting bit of info: Marvel Animation is working on a pair of TV shorts series, Ant-Man and Rocket and Groot.
Is there anything better than the legs on Antony the ant here? Because we submit that there is not.
Some supervillains are like aspiring song-and-dance performers; they think they’ve got to head to New York City to make it big. Well, if you’re a noob who’s going to head to the capital of crime-fighting, you’re going to need this guide, courtesy of some of the Marvel Universe’s lamest bad guys and The Astonishing…
When we say Captain America: Civil War has the best superhero action scene of all time in it, we mean it. Part of that is the sheer amount of superheroes involved, part of that is the humor, another part is Spider-Man, but a big part is what Ant-Man does. So we talked to the people behind the scenes about how it went…
There’s a lot of superheroic spectacle in Captain America: Civil War, but one of our favorite moments has to be Scott Lang flying into battle on one of Clint Barton’s arrows. Unfortunately, according to those ever-delightful party poopers known as “scientists,” Scott would have a really unpleasant time while he’s…
Phase three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe begins this week when Captain America: Civil War is finally released. And though there hasn’t been a Marvel movie released since last year, much has changed in the universe in that time.
Poor Hawkguy. Dude gets a shiny new Hot Toys figure for Civil War, and is promptly upstaged by the coolest little bonus accessory possible: a bonus arrow carrying an Ant-Man-shaped payload.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s new Spider-Man may be the biggest bombshell from the latest trailer for Captain America: Civil War, but there’s plenty more to discuss. Here’s all the information we discovered during our careful examination of the footage. Did we miss anything? Add your thoughts in the comments!
You know that moment. The moment in a movie that you geek out over as soon as you walk out of the theater. The one that gives you goosebumps, or makes you whisper “Holy crap” as it’s happening. Those are the “wow” moments, and we’ve collected the best ones from 2015.
Marvel’s man movies has played a huge role in introducing heroes big and small to a whole new audience that has never picked up a comic before. But with so many films released, there’s fans out there who might want to take the first step into reading the comics the movies have come from. Here are just a few…
A sane person would say the best part of Marvel completing a series of movies is getting to see those movies. That person would be half right. The other great part is they get to release a big Blu-ray box set collecting all types of information about the movies.
Everyone is talking about Captain America: Civil War this week, and for good reason. The first trailer is out and it promises to be a mega kick-off to Phase three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Ant-Man Blu-ray hits on December 8 and, as usual with Marvel movies, is filled with lots of fun extras. A few of those have made it online including multiple deleted scenes, each of which is pretty entertaining and interesting—and one of which is hiding a tease to a major Marvel villain.
Marvel has released a brief deleted scene from Ant-Man before its home release. In it, Paul Rudd’s Scott Lang scouts out Hank Pym’s house in guise of a cable repair guy.
The producers and director of Marvel’s Ant-Man had a difficult problem. You have a character who has to shrink, so how do you do that with modern technology? Do you go the Honey I Shrunk the Kids route and build huge sets? Or is there another way?
I think most people were happy with the look of Ant-Man in this year’s film. But of course, that wasn’t the initial look. Just as he did with the Wasp, concept artist and Marvel Studios designer Andy Park has posted some alternate looks at the costume.