Official Spider-Man Marvel Cinematic Universe

Can Spider-Man come out to play? Yes! YES. HE. CAN. After all the rumors, leaks, and speculations Sony Pictures has finally struck a deal for the web-slinger to join the big leagues in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. With producers, both, Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal behind the wheel, it has been confirmed that not only will Peter Parker appear in an MCU film, but Spidey will also be getting another reboot. Find out the full details after the break. Continue reading

Marvel Studios Phase 1 and 2 Video Recap; Plus First Look at Josh Brolin as Thanos

Thanos Marvel Studios Cinematic Universe Josh Brolin

For the masses who were not able to get into Hall H, and for the millions who weren’t able to attend Comic-Con, you’re in luck. Marvel Studios has just released this awesome recap of Phase 1 and 2 of their cinematic universe, which was shown during their panel. Not only does this retrospective cover up to where we are now, but it gives our first glimpse of Josh Brolin as Thanos, the big bad of Phase 3. Continue reading

Marvel Studios Has Cinematic Universe Planned Through 2028

Marvel Studios Has Cinematic Universe Planned Through 2028

Big news swept the Marvel Cinematic Universe today, Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger says President of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige has films mapped out through the year 2028. At the rate they’re going that means there are potentially 28 more Marvel movies to look forward to, or more. Check out official statement after the break. Continue reading

Marvel Studios Releases Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver Concept Art from ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’

Marvel Studios Releases Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver Concept Art from 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe premiered last night on ABC, showcasing concept art of upcoming projects: Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Ant-Man. If you missed the one-hour special premiere, Marvel has released the artwork online for all to see, which includes first looks at The Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading

Avengers! Assemble!

This past Saturday, July 24, at the San Diego Comic-Con, shall be marked as one of the most epic gatherings for a film collaboration in geek history. The full major cast of The Avengers appeared on stage at the end of the Marvel Studios panel with confirmation of Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye, Mark Ruffalo as The Hulk and Joss Whedon as the director. Of course we knew of Joss Whedon directing, but this is an official confirmation along with the rumors going around about Renner and Ruffalo. As you might wonder, what happened to Edward Norton? Norton will not be reprising his role due to conflicting interests of Marvel Studios, but Norton left fans a note claiming it was not as bitter as Kevin Feige made it out to be. But all things aside, check out the footage from Comic-Con of the announcements of the cast and the fanboys/girls going crazy after the break!

The Avengers comes out in the Summer of 2012!

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