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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
While basking in the ongoing glow of the film’s box office success, Marvel is now expanding GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY to the small screen via an animated series on Disney XD. Marvel turned the long reported rumors into reality with an official announcement at New York Comic Con. GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY will join the Marvel Universe programming block on Disney XD in 2015, but you can enjoy a teaser and, courtesy of Entertainment Weekly, some artwork from the show now. Continue reading
Disney is kicking off New York Comic Con with a new sizzle reel for BIG HERO 6. I dare you to watch the video below and not smile. Continue reading
Disney has released the first teaser for director Brad Bird’s TOMORROWLAND, due in theaters on May 22, 2015. It’s not very forthcoming with information, but it packs a punch with intrigue. See for yourself in the video below and check out the official one sheet. Continue reading
It’s been a wild week of news for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, though most of it is comprised of rumors. Keep your salt at the ready as we discuss the potential AVENGERS 3 roster, a two-part AVENGERS threequel, and Sony attempting to insert Spider-Man in the MCU. We also talk about where Marvel goes from here for DOCTOR STRANGE now that Joaquin Phoenix is no longer in the picture.
The greatest rookie franchise in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is traveling across the cosmos and is set to arrive in your home. Marvel’s GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY will be released on Digital HD on November 18 with a Blu-ray/DVD release following soon after on December 9. Both the digital and Blu-ray releases will have 3D versions as well. All home release formats will include an exclusive look at AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON. Continue reading
After months of rumors and speculation, talks have ended between Marvel Studios and actor Joaquin Phoenix for DOCTOR STRANGE. According to Variety, Marvel halted the negotiations just over a month after Collider reported a deal was on the verge of being finalized. The sticking point may have been the one many assumed at the outset. Continue reading
Disney/Pixar took 2014 off, but they’ll be back in 2015 with INSIDE OUT. Check out the first teaser trailer for the film below. Continue reading
Disney has released a new trailer and a few brand new images from BIG HERO 6. We’ve seen the fun and adventure in previous trailers (and there’s more of it here), but this footage lets us see the heart of the film for the first time. BIG HERO 6 is looking really good. Continue reading