You don’t have to look past the box-office returns to realize it's a superhero world — we just live in it. But which hero stands head and shoulders (and stilts) above the rest?
Looks like we haven't seen the last of Tom Hiddleston's silver-tongued God of Mischief, Loki.
They couldn’t make the timing work out for Adam McKay to take the reins of Ant-Man, but it sounds like the Anchorman director might get a shot at a different Marvel movie down the line.
Could the Marvel crossover we've all been dreaming about finally be happening?
Could we see Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s new addition making the transition to the big screen?
Back before Marvel Studios launched its mission of world box-office domination with 2008’s Iron Man, the Avengers’ resident super-spy almost got her own movie a full four years earlier.
After years and years of trials, appeals and rumors over what would or would not happen, Jack Kirby's heirs have, at long last, settled out of court with Marvel.
We’ve been wondering what Marvel would do with the Hulk after his breakout role in The Avengers, but genre legend Lou Ferrigno has a few ideas about where it’s all going.
If you’ve been holding out hope that Robert Downey Jr. might hang on to the goatee and super-suit for one more outing in a standalone Iron Man film, the odds just got a lot longer.
It doesn’t sound like we’ll be getting a real-life Loki movie anytime soon, so one ambitious fan took matters into their own hands. Behold Loki: Brother of Thor.