Five years ago, if you asked anyone if Spider-Man would ever appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the answer would’ve been no. There was no way Sony was going to share Marvel’s most popular superhero with Disney. But, miraculously, it happened. That leaves only a few major Marvel superheroes who aren’t in the…
The Empire Strikes Back is one of the gold standards filmmakers aspire to when making a sequel. And though both Chris Pratt and Kevin Feige swear it was never mentioned during the making of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the films share a lot of similarities. A lot of similarities.
Marvel movies are known for their teasing mid- and post-credits scenes, but with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, they up the ante with five of them after the conclusion of the movie. Some are jokes, but some have huge ramifications for future Marvel movies. Here’s how and why.
Kevin Feige just said that the title for the fourth Avengers movie is a spoiler, which is why it hasn’t been announced yet. He also said that Infinity War and the mystery movie are very different films. So why does it seem like Zoe Saldana has revealed the title? Logically, she can’t have.
For a long time, Marvel’s next two Avengers movies were titled Infinity War: Part I and Part II. Then, last year, it was announced that the first movie had been retitled Avengers: Infinity War, while the second movie would get a new name in the future—one we still haven’t been told. Apparently that’s on purpose.
The “Of Course” file is pretty big thick days, but here’s another entry for it. In a new interview, director James Gunn says that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 is definitely going to happen. He’s just not sure if he’s the one to do it.
We’ve known for a while that Jane Foster (Natalie Portman), the astrophysicist who also happened to be Thor’s love interest in the God of Thunder’s first two movies, was not appearing in Thor: Ragnarok. At first, Marvel’s answer was simply that most of the movie wouldn’t take place on Earth, where humans like Jane…
In Avengers: Infinity War, the Avengers are going to meet the Guardians of the Galaxy. We all more or less knew that, but to hear Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige come out and say it in this brand new teaser video will make the hairs on your arm stand up straight.
Even fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will admit, for the most part, the villains have been lacking. Yes, Loki was awesome. So awesome he was used in not one, but three films. But Iron Monger, Malekith, Ronan, Zemo, Yellowjacket, and almost everyone else has been underwhelming in some way, a trend that will…
The excitement for the second Guardians of the Galaxy movie has been palpable. But when the sequel begins, that enthusiasm is strictly in the audience. As we learned on the set of the movie, things are not going smoothly for Star-Lord, Gamora, Drax, Rocket, and Groot.
Kevin Feige and the team at Marvel Studios know what’s happening after Avengers: Infinity War, they’re just not saying.
For the longest time, Marvel had confirmed two things that could easily be put together: Michael Keaton was in the movie and the movie’s villain was Vulture. Marvel president Kevin Feige finally put us out of our misery by casually confirming that Keaton would be playing the character.
So Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige just said something weird.
It’s a question we’ve all asked ourselves: “What the hell is Marvel going to do after Avengers: Infinity War?” That film, along with its untitled sequel, are the culmination of everything Marvel’s done since 2008, bringing together over 60 characters in a single story. Where does the studio go from there?
Ever since the Marvel Cinematic Universe really took off, one of the big questions has been how long it could go before it had to replace one of its stars. And Marvel head Kevin Feige has admitted that it’s entirely possible the movies will follow the comics and replace Steve Rogers as Captain America.
Visiting a movie set is almost like a crime scene investigation. There’s a truth, but no one wants to reveal it, so you poke around and see what secrets you can discover. Earlier this year, we visited the set of Marvel’s Doctor Strange and tried to discern if the next Infinity Stone, those magic rocks at the core of…
Dr. Stephen Strange is freezing. You’d be cold, too, if you’d just been transported to the side of Mount Everest by two powerful sorcerers. But on February 1, 2016, day 54 of the 87-day shoot of Marvel’s Doctor Strange, the would-be sorcerer figures out a spell to bring him back to Kamar-Taj, the home of the Ancient…
We’re a few weeks away from meeting the newest Marvel movie hero, Doctor Strange, and it seems the character got a last minute assist. The Hollywood Reporter says Dan Harmon, the co-creator of Rick and Morty, was called in to write some additional scenes after principal photography was finished.
When it comes to Marvel Studios, the biggest question is always “What’s next?” Now that Phase 3 is underway, speculation has turned to after Avengers: Infinity War, but Marvel Studios has obviously kept an incredibly tight lid on any plans post 2019. Which is part of what makes this post so funny.