For fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there are three big, burning questions at this moment. First, what’s the title of Avengers 4? Second, when will we see a trailer? And third, what’s happening with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3? Answers to those questions will inform other, secondary questions (like what…
Goofy humor, a smaller scope, father-daughter relationships—there are lots of things that set Ant-Man apart from the other franchises in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In Ant-Man and the Wasp, though, director Peyton Reed wanted to add at least one more thing to the list.
When you see Ant-Man and the Wasp, keep your eyes peeled on the Quantum Realm. It may hold the keys to the future.
The Marvel Studios release schedule is intense. Three Blockbuster films a year? That’s a lot. But there’s a reason.
When Ant-Man and the Wasp hits theaters next week, it’ll be the 20th Marvel Cinematic Universe film released in the past 10 years. That’s a lot, and—especially after the unprecedented success of the last two films, Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther—it’s easy to forget this was never a sure thing.
The instant fans walked out of Avengers: Infinity War, we all started speculating. How did that happen? Is that character really gone? Can these events be reversed?
After the release of Avengers: Infinity War, everything about the Marvel Cinematic Universe was suddenly in question, with an obvious problem: How in the hell will Marvel market movies released in the future starring characters who Thanos seemingly snapped into oblivion?
We’re still months away from knowing what, exactly, Marvel has planned for its film universe after Avengers 4, but chances are part of it includes Black Widow.
Captain Marvel is an amazing character, but her best legacy in the comics might be in the other hero inspired by her: Ms. Marvel, a role filled in the past few years by the amazing Kamala Khan.
Whenever the credits roll on a movie showing these days, you’ve probably noticed that while some people get up and leave, a lot—perhaps even yourself among them—stay put. Whether it’s Marvel, DC, or any other big franchise, audiences have been trained to wait for a little snippet at the very end. Marvel Studios head…
If the trailers for Avengers: Infinity War have made anything clear, it’s that this film is all about match-ups—putting characters together that have never met before and watching the sparks fly. The weirder or more combustible the combination, the better.
Captain Marvel won’t just finally give us the Carol Danvers movie we’ve been waiting for four years (and counting), it’ll also be using its ‘90s setting to bring back a few friends and foes from Marvel movies past. According to studio head Kevin Feige, part of the reason why old faces are cropping up is to explore…
For the past 10 years, Marvel Studios has followed a simple structure. Make a bunch of movies, bring them together with a huge event, rinse, and repeat. And while we’ll see the beginning of the end of the current three-phase drama this weekend in Avengers: Infinity War, the films that follow are likely to do the same.
Last week, we heard a rumor that we honestly thought was too weird to be true—Marvel was planning to bring Jack Kirby’s cosmic superbeings, the Eternals, to its Cinematic Universe. It’s no longer a rumor—Marvel’s officially putting the Eternals into consideration.
This according to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige.
Very little is known about what the hell is going to happen in the fourth phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but now we have a tiny clue.
Just when we thought the Marvel Cinematic Universe couldn’t get bigger or more successful, Black Panther brought things to another level. However, according to Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, that was kind of the plan all along. Feige revealed that, and a whole lot more, in a few wide-ranging interviews with …
It turns out the giant planet we’ve seen Thanos and Iron Man duking it out on in the Infinity War trailer isn’t quite what we thought it was.
If you were to ask basically anyone who’s excited about Black Panther why they think the film is important, you’d undoubtedly hear many an explanation about how it, unlike virtually every other superhero movie, features a cast and story that young, black kids can see themselves in.