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This is one of the insane plot ideas Sony considered for Amazing Spider-Man 3
Don Kaye

What might have happened if Sony Pictures had stayed the course and made The Amazing Spider-Man 3? One cast member has dropped a hint about the alarming turn the series could have taken.

Disney exec teases Marvel and Star Wars TV channels could be in the works
Don Kaye

Do you like what you're seeing from Marvel on ABC and Netflix? Enjoying Star Wars: Rebels on Disney XD? Well, get ready, because a lot more could be coming our way.

Check out Daredevil's costume in all its glory in new pics from the Netflix series
Don Kaye

Now that all 13 episodes of Daredevil have debuted on Netflix, the streaming service has released two new photos of Matt Murdock in his signature costume.

Marvel casts its Luke Cage for Netflix series
Don Kaye

Marvel has confirmed the man who will play Luke Cage for both its Jessica Jones series and his own show.

First TV spot for Agent Carter pops up online (UPDATED)
Don Kaye

As if there wasn't enough Marvel goodness to go around yesterday, the first TV commercial for the upcoming Agent Carter series showed up.

Robert Downey Jr. is feeling superhero fatigue -- are you?
Don Kaye

Even though Iron Man made him a superstar, Robert Downey Jr. is hinting that the whole superhero genre might be running its course.

There's a new university course focusing on the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Nathalie Caron

Whoever thought that the Marvel Cinematic Universe would find itself the subject of a university course, raise your hands.

Whedon shows Hawkeye how it's done in new Avengers images
Don Kaye

Nick Fury may have been in charge of the Avengers at one point, but it's still Joss Whedon who's the real boss.

Netflix exec hints at darker tone, crossover potential for Marvel series
Don Kaye

As Netflix ramps up its ambitious slate of Marvel series, an exec at the service has offered some hints about what to expect.

Marvel's Kevin Feige on which films fans request most (hint: not more Avengers)
Matthew Jackson

When it comes to the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fans are letting Kevin Feige know what they want, and what they want isn't more of the same.

Is 30 superhero movies in 6 years too much of a good thing?
Don Kaye

Between Marvel and DC, there are at least 30 new superhero movies scheduled between now and 2020. But is the public going to want to see them all?

Beyond Rocket and Groot: 15 weird Marvel characters who should appear in the Cinematic Universe
Don Kaye

Marvel Studios has brought some truly odd characters to life in Guardians of the Galaxy, but there are even stranger ones lurking in the comic-book Marvel Universe.