Civil War II has already been about making some pretty bad choices. But when it comes to a close, the leaders of either side of the conflict are going to make an even worse choice than the ones that lead to Civil War II in the first place: trusting the not-so-trustworthy-at-the-moment Steve Rogers.
Brie Larson es la nueva Capitán Marvel, y se unirá a los Avengers en su universo de películas. Ya es oficial. Durante la Comic-Con 2016 Marvel Studios ha confirmado que la actriz que estará encargada de dar vida a la Capitán Marvel en sus películas no otra sino Brie Larson, y la ganadora de un Premio Oscar tendrá su…
The Marvel Cinematic Universe finally has its first female lead. It’s Brie Larson, who’ll play Captain Marvel in a movie that’s coming out March 2019. It’s news we heard rumored months ago but Marvel waited until Comic-Con to officially confirm it. Check out the logo after the jump.
For years, Marvel Studios was a staple at San Diego Comic-Con. Some years, though, like last year, they don’t attend to the displeasure of fans both at the convention and not. But this year, the directors of Marvel’s next two movies have all but confirmed they’ll be back.
Earlier this week, fans had the experience of first hearing Oscar-winner Brie Larson was likely to play Captain Marvel. But what was Larson’s experience first hearing about the character? Turns out, it’s already online.
Marvel may have the cinematic rights back to one of its oldest characters. Bryan Singer thinks Mystique could get her own X-Men spinoff movie. Hayley Atwell reveals what might have come from a third season of Agent Carter. Plus, a new clip from Preacher, and Captain Marvel director rumors. Spoilers Now!
Captain Marvel has been one of the most-discussed roles in some time. Not just because she’s a great character, but because she’ll be the first female Marvel superhero to have a solo movie. Fans have tossed around dozens of names for the role, and now a true front runner has emerged: Oscar winner Brie Larson.
A familiar face is confirmed for Transformers: The Last Knight. Shane Black hints at Schwarzenegger’s return for Predator. Bryan Singer says X-23 could appear in X-Force. Plus, more rumors about the Captain Marvel director, and descriptions of a mysterious new Krypton teaser. Spoilers now!
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.
For the most part, Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is set. The biggest question marks still on the schedule through 2020 are the identities of the star and director of Captain Marvel, and Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige tells us those announcements are coming soon.
The showrunners of Agent Carter are taking on Carol Danvers in her new series, and they’re bringing a little TV inspiration with them. Except it’s not from their own Marvel show! They’ve basically turned Captain Marvel into a superhero version of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and it makes for a very promising start.
John Boyega talks wielding a lightsaber in The Force Awakens. Quicksilver has another elaborate super-speed sequence in X-Men: Apocalypse. Milla Jovovich looks different in Resident Evil set pictures. Plus, Sarah Dollard on her Doctor Who episode’s big connection to the season’s arc, and a new Jessica Jones clip. So…
Has Disneyland given us a first hint at Spider-Man’s movie costume? Get a look at some new Starfleet uniforms in Star Trek Beyond pictures. Doctor Who teases Maisie Williams’ upcoming role. Plus The Flash might be bringing Jay Garrick and Caitlin Snow closer, and a new clip from Star Wars Rebels. Spoilers!
Lego is making two new shows for Netflix. George Miller denies he’s involved in Man of Steel 2, while Daniel Craig says there’s at least one more Bond movie left in him after SPECTRE. An animated Ghostbusters film may be in the works. Plus clips from Doctor Who, and Agents of SHIELD. So Many Spoilers!
Emily Blunt once again denies any involvement in Captain Marvel. Brad Bird offers an update on Incredibles 2. Jenna Coleman may be exiting Doctor Who. Plus, new looks at Agents of SHIELD and Ash vs. Evil Dead, plus when Agent Carter is returning. Spoilers Get!
There’s even more rumors surrounding the return of a supposedly-dead Game of Thrones character. Kid Flash may appear on The Flash sooner than you’d think. Plus, a happier Arrow, Michael Shannon on Zod’s role in Batman v Superman, and Mark Gatiss on his unorthodox Doctor Who episode. To Me, My Spoilers!
Tatiana Maslany could still appear in a Star Wars film—and there’s one detail that could be huge. Game of Thrones is filming a huge scene from the books, minus one important character. There’s a shocking Walking Dead rumor. Star Trek Beyond reveals another new alien. Michael J. Fox is a robot dog. Spoilers ahead!
As Carol Danvers rides high in the comics as Captain Marvel, it’s hard to remember that she wasn’t the first woman to take on the mantle: back in 1982, Monica Rambeau became that woman. If you haven’t heard of her, though, there’s a reason. Here’s the sad story of the Captain Marvel comics forgot.
Greetings, whippers of snappers! You guys sent in a bunch of (short) questions this week so I have a bunch of (long, rambling) answers! More of those, please! Meanwhile, let’s keep dissing Fantastic Four, discuss whether Hugh Jackman is trolling fans, and stop people who want to send movie studios free money.
For the most part, every single Marvel Studios movie up to and including Ant-Man, has taken place chronologically. The one exception is the World War II set Captain America: The First Avenger. Now, Marvel president Kevin Feige teases there could be another flashback origin story in the works.