Marvel Studios is skipping Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con this year. While many fans expected the studio host a “farewell appearance” for many Avengers in Hall H, that is not going to happen. At least that’s what studio president Kevin Feige told Screen Rant at the Avengers: Infinity War press junket earlier today.
James Cameron is giving Abe Simpson a run for his money. Cameron, who still threatens the world with no less than three Avatar sequels, hopes audience will soon tire of Avengers movies to make way for new ideas. Cameron, who endorsed Terminator Genisys and called Wonder Woman a “step backwards” for women, was speaking with reporters about his new […]
We are on the Road to Avengers: Infinity War! We have reached our last stop with Thor: Ragnarok! We discuss the buildup to the film, and how fans’ impressions changed from when it was first announced to when they saw what director Taika Waititi was up to. We also share memories of first viewings and how we […]
Hot Toys has unveiled their sixth scale Spider-Man figure from Avengers: Infinity War. Peter Parker (Tom Holland) is, of course, rocking his Iron Spider armor and it looks spectacular on this collectible. The extra arms are included with the figure, though they look a little different than what we have seen in more recent Iron Spider […]
Marvel Studios has released a new image from Ant-Man and the Wasp over at Entertainment Weekly. EW also dropped a second image, but we actually saw it last week. You can see it again below.
Marvel Studios is celebrating their tenth anniversary and releasing their biggest film ever at the exact same time. Before you all see Avengers: Infinity War next week, check out this fantastic “Legacy” featurette that covers the 10-year history of Marvel Studios releasing movies. VIA: Marvel Studios News
We are on the Road to Avengers: Infinity War! We continue Phase Three of our journey by revisiting Spider-Man: Homecoming. We discuss the buildup to the film, including the era in which Spider-Man was not part of the MCU. We also share memories of first viewings and how we feel about the film today.
UPDATE: Well, so much for canonical MCU novels. io9’s Germain Lussier is in the process of making a correction to his original article, as the upcoming book Thanos: Titan Consumed is part of the official Marvel Cinematic Universe canon after all. Thanos: Titan Consumed will tell the origin story of the titular big bad who is […]
We now know which actors are voicing 75% of the Children of Thanos, a.k.a. the Black Order, in Avengers: Infinity War. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo have confirmed that Carrie Coon (Fargo, The Leftovers) is the voice of Proxima Midnight, the lone female member from the cinematic iteration of the group.
Avengers: Infinity War continues to inspire some really cool poster art. The latest comes from a Dolby Cinema exclusive.
Hot Toys continues to reveal their fantastic product line for Avengers: Infinity War with their sixth scale Captain America/Steve Rogers figure. This bearded edition will look nice right alongside any previous Cap figures you may have. Hot Toys did not show everything that comes with the figure, however, teasing a mystery weapon that will be revealed […]
One of the best parts of the release of any new Marvel Studios film is the corresponding “Art of” book. In the interest of keeping any potential spoilers hidden, Marvel has delayed the release of the Art of Avengers: Infinity War book until November. There will, however, be a different book full of gorgeous concept art available […]
The Avengers: Infinity War world tour reached Seoul, South Korea today. Tom Holland (Spider-Man), Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange), Pom Klementieff (Mantis), and Tom Hiddleston (Loki) were all there to greet fans and answer questions for press. You can see over 60 images from the fan event, press conference, and photo call below.
Who needs the title of the movie when you’ve got Thanos holding IMAX in the clutches of his Infinity Gauntlet? A brand new IMAX poster for Avengers: Infinity War is simple, yet effective in demonstrating the biggest threat Earth’s Mightiest Heroes have ever seen.
Jessica Jones will return for a third season on Netflix. The streaming giant made the news official today, just a couple of months after the second season premiered. Jessica Jones joins Daredevil as the two Marvel-based Netflix series to receive this seasons so far.
That changes next year with Captain Marvel, but Gregg is back on a Marvel Studios set for production today. Gregg shared a photo from his first day on the film earlier this evening. New job, old friends. #captainmarvel A post shared by Clark Gregg (@clarkgregg) on Apr 11, 2018 at 8:31pm PDT