Update: Marvel.com has just confirmed that Creed director Ryan Coogler will be helming Black Panther, which opens February 16, 2018. Original story from December 4 follows.
Between now and when we finally see what happens in Avengers: Infinity War, we’re going to get six new Marvel movies. That sounds pretty great, but we are still curious about what this two-parter on the horizon holds, and its directors love to tease us.
A sane person would say the best part of Marvel completing a series of movies is getting to see those movies. That person would be half right. The other great part is they get to release a big Blu-ray box set collecting all types of information about the movies.
This weekend, the world met the whiskey-drinking, super-powered Hell’s Kitchen detective known as Jessica Jones. She’s the star of the second Netflix Marvel superhero show, leading into the team-up series The Defenders, and many people spent their weekends on the couch, devouring all 13 episodes.
The Ant-Man Blu-ray hits on December 8 and, as usual with Marvel movies, is filled with lots of fun extras. A few of those have made it online including multiple deleted scenes, each of which is pretty entertaining and interesting—and one of which is hiding a tease to a major Marvel villain.
The producers and director of Marvel’s Ant-Man had a difficult problem. You have a character who has to shrink, so how do you do that with modern technology? Do you go the Honey I Shrunk the Kids route and build huge sets? Or is there another way?
I think most people were happy with the look of Ant-Man in this year’s film. But of course, that wasn’t the initial look. Just as he did with the Wasp, concept artist and Marvel Studios designer Andy Park has posted some alternate looks at the costume.
Ant-Man director Peyton Reed is negotiations to return and direct the sequel, Ant-Man and the Wasp, which will be out July 6, 2018. Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will co-star.
Long before Vin Diesel was Groot, he teased fans about joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So few thought saying a few words as a talking tree would be enough for the star. In a new interview with io9, Diesel teased something very different could be on the horizon.
Love it or hate it, there’s one thing everyone can agree on when it comes to Avengers: Age of Ultron. It’s absolutely packed. Packed full of plot, heroes, villains and that style is perfectly fitted to artist Tyler Stout.
The first Avengers: Age of Ultron gag reel was funny, but there’s a new one out and it’s better. Why? Well, there’s a lot of passionate kissing between odd characters, such as Vision and Thor, and we even get some blooper CGI that likely cost more than most other movies.
No matter what you thought of Avengers: Age of Ultron, there’s no arguing the perfect casting of James Spader as Ultron. Even though he’s playing a 9-foot-tall robot, the character still had that perfect, Spader smugness to him and it worked incredibly well.
The D23 Expo, which takes place this weekend in Anaheim, California, is like Comic Con for Disney fans. But it’s more than a place to buy the latest Mickey Mouse t-shirt. Disney now uses the convention to break news on their big properties like Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, and more.
Last week, we took a deep dive into the status of everyone in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The only non-characters tackled were the Infinity Stones, six crucial elements to not only the films so far, but the films moving forward. And now they’ve been officially named.
Now that Ant-Man is out, Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is over. This slate of six movies began with Iron Man 3, and included some bold experiments (Guardians of the Galaxy) as well as huge upheavals. Now that it’s over, where do all our favorite characters stand? Let’s get you up to speed for Phase Three.
Marvel’s latest film, Ant-Man, had everything going against it. A literal and culturally tiny character, a very public behind-the-scenes controversy, and the task of coming between two films starring The Avengers. Director Peyton Reed and producer Kevin Feige told us how they made the impossible happen.
Ant-Man represents the end of Marvel’s Phase Two of movies. But what does the House of Ideas have up its sleeve for Phase Three? We got some one-on-one time with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, and he dropped some hints. Here are 11 teases for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
For the most part, every single Marvel Studios movie up to and including Ant-Man, has taken place chronologically. The one exception is the World War II set Captain America: The First Avenger. Now, Marvel president Kevin Feige teases there could be another flashback origin story in the works.