Avengers: Infinity War is demanding, heartbreaking, exhilarating, massive, and dense. More than seemingly any movie so far in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it requires its viewer to be intimately acquainted with all the films that come before it—and, if you are, it’s rewarding and audacious in ways the franchise has…
With each trailer or TV spot released for Avengers: Infinity War there’s always one or two standout moments. Cap holding off Thanos’s Infinity Gauntlet, Spider-Man and Doctor Strange bantering, Star-Lord telling Tony Stark his plan sucks, etc. Now there’s a new behind-the-scenes video—and yes, once again, there are…
Well, if you’re in the US, that is. Marvel Studios just made a surprise announcement that Avengers: Infinity War has moved its US release from May 4 to a worldwide release on April 27.
The first trailer for Avengers: Infinity War was insanely massive. The TV spot that just debuted at the Super Bowl is too but, the coolest part is, well, we’ll let you see.
The first trailer for the biggest, most anticipated Marvel movie ever is finally here.
If you saw Spider-Man: Homecoming and want some more answers, you’ve come to the right place. Don’t worry, this isn’t one of Rob’s FAQs, but we can still fill in some of the gaps, point out things you may have missed, and tell you everything else you need to know—with help from Homecoming’s director, star, and…
The money shot used in almost all of the marketing from Spider-Man: Homecoming isn’t in the movie. You know the one: Iron Man and Spider-Man, both suited up, flying through Queens. But in a new interview, the director of the film did his best to explain why it’s missing.
Part of what makes Spider-Man Spider-Man is his ingenuity. His ability to make things on his own and be an independent superhero. Which is why some fans were concerned when trailers for Spider-Man Homecoming made it seem like Tony Stark did most of the work for him.
For years, it was one of the better fan theories out there, and now it’s confirmed to be true: Peter Parker was in Iron Man 2.
Tony Stark can’t stop tinkering. That’s why anytime Iron Man shows up in a Marvel movie, he’s inevitably sporting a new suit of armor (I suppose merchandise might also play a small role.) The upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming certainly won’t be an exception, as Tony Stark has a brand new Mark XLVII suit he’ll be…
In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man’s suit is built by Tony Stark, which means it has tons of new features and upgrades—more like Iron Man’s get-up than the Spider-suit we’re all familiar with. On our set visit, we learned a lot more about the superhero’s new outfit.
For the second time, Hollywood is rebooting Doctor Dolittle with one of its biggest stars of the moment. First it was Eddie Murphy in the 1990s, and now it’s Robert Downey Jr.
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.
The first trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming will likely be out before the end of the month, but audiences at a Brazilian convention got an early sneak today—and it came with a surprising revelation.
Or maybe it’s both!
Rebecca Hall says that Maya Hansen, her character in Iron Man 3, didn’t exactly end up like she thought it would. Now Hall has explained more about how, instead of the “substantial” role she signed up for, she ended up being a minor character who got unceremoniously shot by the film’s villain, Aldrich Killian.
This is a nice surprise. It seems the original Iron Man director, Jon Favreau, will reprise his on-screen role as Tony Stark’s driver Happy Hogan in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Unless you’ve been on a movie set before, it’s hard to describe just how tedious and monotonous making one can be. So it’s no surprise when you see something like this Captain America: Civil War gag reel, which features most of the cast cursing, laughing, and generally just screwing everything up. It’s the only human…
The answer better be “No.” “No” is the only acceptable answer here. Because while the first Robert Downey Jr Sherlock Holmes was fine, the second was absolutely not, and I refuse to live in the world Joel Silver imagines where they go on forever.
At the center of Captain America: Civil War is the most spectacular action scene we’ve ever seen in a superhero movie. Twelve superheroes in one place, fighting with each other, a battle packed with excitement, humor, and personal stakes. It’s the kind of set piece even the biggest Hollywood blockbuster would kill to…