You just can't keep a good Marvel villain in one movie. In a badass crossover of gun-blazing implications, Crossbones may fight on far beyond The Winter Soldier. Here's how...
Before Game of Thrones director Alan Taylor was tapped to direct Thor: The Dark World, Patty Jenkins was set to be in the director's chair ... but then she and Marvel studios parted ways. In turn, this decision made actress Natalie Portman quite unhappy with the studio and it's now reported that the actress may have been 'forced' back to reprise her role as Thor's (Chris Hemsworth) lady love Jane Foster.
The buzz has been mounting ever since some apparently kick-ass test footage was shown off at Comic-Con, and now we finally know when we'll get to see Marvel's Ant-Man on the big screen for ourselves.
Comic-book writer and Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar's recently landed a gig at Fox studios as a Marvel superhero consultant. If that news wasn't awesome enough, Millar is telling us what his job will be: and it's more good news.
It's the movie that comic book fans, and especially Marvel devotees, dream about: an epic that brings together the Avengers and the X-Men in one mighty big screen blowout.
Joss Whedon and co. sure don't mess around. It seemed like only yesterday that we started getting the first details on the TV series that would play home to the agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and now we're already getting the first details on our main characters.
Marvel's next phase of films is well on its way, and flagship standalone series Iron Man is currently shooting its third entry in Florida. Lucky for us, some bystanders snapped some fantastic shots of the new armor Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) & Co. will be rocking.
Comic book movies have been lighting up the silver screen for more than 50 years with varying levels of success at the box office. As is the case in print, the friendly rivalry of Marvel vs. DC has also carried over to the film world. So who's winning?
Marvel struck gold with their Phase One film plan leading into The Avengers, weaving several tentpole films into one massive box office bonanza. Now DC wants to get in on the action with a Justice League flick. So what does Marvel Studios head-honcho Kevin Feige think about DC's approach?
There are lots of problems facing America today, and no one can agree on which party can best fix them. Maybe it's time to throw out the old system and unify us by writing in a true American hero. All right—that would never happen in the real world. In the Marvel Universe on the other hand ...