Marvel Studios' stable of superheroes has picked up three more characters.
Marvel films are notorious for their cameos. They were a major part of plotting their biggest film to date—The Avengers. Speaking of the superhero team, don't expect them to come to Tony Stark's rescue. In Iron Man 3 (aside from War Machine), he won't have any extra support.
Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige has apparently teased that the Mad Titan Thanos—briefly glimpsed during the squee-inducing mid-credit sequence for The Avengers—will be a part of that Guardians of the Galaxy film Marvel's now working on.
We're all pumped for the release of Marvel's The Avengers on Blu-ray next month, not just because we'll get to see the movie again, but because of all that beautiful bonus footage. Among the special features is a documentary on how Marvel pulled off its cinematic chronicle of Earth's Mightiest Heroes, and we've just seen 25 minutes of it.
Marvel movie mastermind Kevin Feige has been talking up the awesomeness of his company's cinematic universe for weeks now as part of the...
With a massive dump truck of money rolling their way from The Avengers right about now, the guys and gals at Marvel are probably pretty pleased with themselves for working this long and spending this much money to bring Earth's Mightiest Heroes to the big screen. But to get here, they first had to take a big financial risk, one that could have spelled disaster for the Marvel Movie Universe.
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?
We've know for a while now that Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige has big plans to introduce brand new characters for the inevitable The Avengers sequel. But will the new team members include Scarlet Witch and her speedy brother Quicksilver? We have the answer.
The Internet nearly broke when Robert Downey, Jr. mentioned that the Avengers gang was getting together after the world premiere last week to film a new scene, and now we finally have a few more details about what the heck is going on.
Marvel's movie team spent most of their time this past weekend pushing The Avengers at New York Comic Con, but even with Earth's Mightiest Heroes on the scene, a little good news on that still very hazy Doctor Strange flick slipped through. According to Marvel movie exec Kevin Feige, we'll probably see it "sooner rather than later."