Marvel Studios rocked the entire superhero movie world from inside the walls of the El Capitan Theatre yesterday with a massive slate of movies. Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be comprised of nine films- CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, DOCTOR STRANGE, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY 2, THOR: RAGNAROK, BLACK PANTHER, AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR PART I, CAPTAIN MARVEL, INHUMANS, and AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR PART 2. Film-by-film, we breakdown all of Phase 3 and share what it was like inside the biggest superhero movie party ever held on a Tuesday at 11:00 AM in Hollywood, CA!
Originally shown during tonight’s episode of AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D., Marvel has now released a new clip from AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON online. Watch Tony Stark, Steve Rogers, and company take Thor’s Mjolnir Challenge!
It was a special day inside the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, CA today. Marvel Studios staged an event, a party really, for the press and its loyal fans who subscribe to the Marvel Unlimited Plus application. With big names in the house, President of Production Kevin Feige took the stage to unveil all the films that will make up Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Continue reading →
Has Marvel Studios finally found its DOCTOR STRANGE? Deadline says the studio has with Benedict Cumberbatch now being in final negotiations for the title role in director Scott Derrickson’s upcoming superhero film. Cumberbatch was first rumored for the role months ago, but cooled as the focus shifted to Joaquin Phoenix. Now, Cumberbatch is back in the mix as the buzz around him is at an all-time high with his performance in THE IMITATION GAME having many listing him as a favorite for an Oscar nomination. Continue reading →
In this giant-size edition of Superhero Movie Talk, we react to the explosive trailer for Marvel’s AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON and the new tone it could set for the MCU. Don’t worry, we didn’t spend three and a half hours talking about a single two-minute trailer. We reached out to you for questions and you responded in a big way, prompting all kinds of superhero movie discussion from Marvel’s CAPTAIN AMERICA 3 featuring Iron Man, CIVIL WAR, and THE INFINITY GAUNTLET to DC’s massive comic book movie slate including BATMAN V SUPERMAN, THE FLASH, JUSTICE LEAGUE, and beyond. It’s a long show, but don’t blame us for your awesomely insightful questions.
It may be just the latest in a long list of box office accomplishments, but GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY hit a new milestone on Sunday for itself and Marvel Studios. At $752.6 million, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY is now the highest grossing superhero film of the year worldwide after taking the domestic crown back in August. In doing so, GOTG has now given Marvel the studio’s fifth straight year with the highest grossing superhero film in the world. Continue reading →
You can’t fight technology. Marvel found that out today when the trailer for AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON, which was originally scheduled to debut with next week’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D., leaked online. Marvel wisely decided the best strategy was to simply join in on the fun by officially releasing the trailer six days ahead of schedule. For good measure, the studio also added the first one-sheet from the film. Continue reading →
Arguably, last week was one of the biggest ever for superhero movie news. First came news that Marvel was planning to insert Iron Man into CAPTAIN AMERICA 3 to start CIVIL WAR. Then, Warner Bros. unveiled its full DC movie universe lineup through 2020. Now, we finally get to talk about all of this on Superhero Movie Talk, plus DAREDEVIL and DOCTOR STRANGE!
The Marvel Cinematic Universe and Star Wars have now officially been joined in the arena of shared movie universes by DC Entertainment. Months ago, Warner Bros. booked release dates for several unnamed films based on DC characters. As of yesterday, we know what those films will be and when we can expect to see them thanks to a monumental announcement made by Warner Bros.’ Chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara. The following films will grace theater screens all over the world between 2016 and 2020. Continue reading →
Come 2016, two of the biggest, most iconic characters in the history of the superhero movie genre will be pitted against one another, and so will Batman and Superman. Variety’s Marc Graser has posted one bombshell of an article, reporting that Robert Downey, Jr. is in talks with Marvel Studios to join Chris Evans in CAPTAIN AMERICA 3. For the first time ever, though, audiences may find it a little difficult to like Tony Stark, a.k.a. Iron Man, when he plays the role of antagonist to Captain America in an adaptation of Marvel’s famed CIVIL WAR storyline from the comics. Continue reading →