Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy director has an important announcement to make. That Super Bowl spot you're dying to see may not exist.
There’s a new casting report making the rounds that indicates Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot will be making wholesale changes to the classic Marvel origin story. Like, really, really big changes.
The biggest Marvel Comics hero yet is about to debut on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Yesterday, the Star Wars Universe and the Marvel Universe finally crossed over...on Twitter.
Though Marvel has owned the box office as of late, DC still has the edge in the animated film department. The Avengers gang hopes to change it with flicks like this.
The script is done, casting is close, and we should be getting a whole lot of Fantastic Four news very, very soon.
We’re going to have to wait an extra year to see Ben Affleck suit up in Batman vs. Superman, but DC and Warner Bros. have sent a shot across the bow of Marvel’s summer dominance.
Aside from the fact that it’s in development, we haven’t heard much about Marvel’s Agent Carter series — but now we finally have some new details.
One of Marvel’s riskiest movies yet is coming later this year in Guardians of the Galaxy, and director James Gunn has opened up about what exactly drives his rag-tag team of space heroes.
After seeing what Marvel and DC are cooking up, Marc Webb and company want to do the same thing with Amazing Spider-Man — and they have a very unique approach to flesh out Peter Parker’s world.