With Marvel’s Phase 2 deep in development, rumors are already starting to leak out about casting options for Phase 3.
We already know that Marvel is prepping Phase 3 of their big screen master plan, and now it looks like they could have a director in mind for Doctor Strange.
If you've been hoping that Doctor Strange would definitely get his own movie, your prayers have just been answered.
Marvel has finally figured out a formula for bringing their comic book heroes to the big screen, but it wasn't always that way.
As author of the acclaimed A Song of Ice and Fire novels, we already know George R.R. Martin can write. Now the man behind the series that has become HBO's hit show Game of Thrones wants to tackle another genre—comic books. There's just one catch.
Earlier this week, it seemed that not only did Marvel have plans to roll out its big-screen Doctor Strange in Thor: The Dark World, but it had a big star locked down. Now a Marvel producer has come forward to let us know that, while the former may be true, that latter is sadly not. But there may be a little hope.
Friday, we heard that Marvel might be making room in Thor: The Dark World for its comic book Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Stephen Strange, to make his big-screen debut. We even heard a couple of names on the short list to play the master magician, but now it seems one name is rising above the rest, and he's got some Tolkien-based royal blood.
Marvel has made an art out of weaving new characters into its Cinematic Universe, and rumor has it Thor: The Dark World could introduce another beloved comic character to the big screen.
With just days to go until its U. S. release, The Avengers is already set to be one of the biggest movies in the history of ever, which means it also has the potential to be a springboard for loads of other still-developing Marvel projects. Will the success of The Avengers mean characters like Ant-Man and Doctor Strange will finally hit the big screen?
One of the reasons Marvel legend Stan Lee has always been "The Man" is his dedication to fans. He's kept his door open to True Believers for more than half a century now. For proof, have a look at this remarkably candid (and lengthy) letter to a fan in which Lee reveals that Dr. Strange didn't always have a PhD.