While it wasn't a complete surprise to learn that one of this year's Oscar nominees for Best Director turned down Iron Man 3, we still can't help but wonder how it might have turned out if he'd said yes.
We all know Marvel's upcoming movie Thor (and all other superhero movies that have ever been made and ever will be made) are mostly about battles and blowing stuff up, right? Well ... not really. So to counteract that impression, two new pics have been released showing off the tender side of the God of Thunder.
The latest Thor trailer has been released, stoking our excitement for the newest Marvel comic to hit the screens. It's got everything we want: action, drama, humor and a potential romance with Natalie Portman. All we need is popcorn and a theater ticket for May 6, 2011 (or April 29 in the U.K.).
Yes, we're months and months away from our first real glimpse of Joss Whedon's Avengers, but that didn't stop an enterprising fan from stitching together his own rather terrific preview of next year's climactic Marvel movie.
In Marvel's quest to replace Jon Favreau at the helm of the Iron Man franchise, they're in talks with both an interesting and obvious choice: Shane Black, who ushered in a new era of action filmmaking with his script for Lethal Weapon.
While we're all waiting on the edge of our seats for the first Captain America: The First Avenger trailer to blaze across our TV screens this Superbowl Sunday, a few new images from the highly anticipated Marvel film have emerged online and they include the first clear (and one much less clear) look at his sidekick, James "Bucky" Barnes.
As Wolverine, Hugh Jackman's a tall, lean, muscle machine. However, in the Marvel comics, Wolverine's really quite a short and stocky (and VERY muscular) guy. So for The Wolverine, director Darren Aronofsky told the Australian actor to really beef it up in order to match the comic book character's more massive look.
The script for Thor leaked online last night and a ton of spoilers were revealed from the movie before Marvel's lawyers shut it down faster than a security breach at Avengers Mansion.
Actor J.K. Simmons, who played Daily Bugle editor J. Jonah Jameson in the first three Spider-Man movies, revealed some interesting info about where his character would have gone in the now-abandoned Spider-Man 4.
One of the Fantastic Four just journeyed to Marvel Heaven, where characters go to their not-so-very-final resting place. But which one of them died to turn the Fantastic Four into the Three? Read on for some serious spoilers.