Title kind of says it all, I suppose. Despite earlier claims that it would will debut in December and/or with The Force Awakens, the trailer for the upcoming film Captain America: Civil War was unveiled on Jimmy Kimmel Live! with the movie's stars Chris Evans (Captain America) and Robert Downey Jr. (Iron Man). Enjoy the video, and feel free to share your thoughts on the trailer (and any expectations for the film) below.Read more >
A little less than a year after the rest were announced, we have yet another addition to Phase 3: Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne will be back in Ant-Man and the Wasp.
When Kevin Feige first revealed the then-nine movies that were to make up the third phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a sequel to Ant-Man was mysteriously lacking. Many assumed Marvel simply didn't have enough faith in the movie to give them a sequel to far in advance. Numerous controversies surrounding the film - from initial director Edgar Wright's less-than-amicable departure from the project to a different take on Janet van Dyne that some prematurely called "fridging" - combined with Avengers: Age of Ultron hogging the spotlight prior to the movie's release held Marvel bac…Read more >
Marvel and Sony have officially announced that Tom Holland has been cast as Spider-Man / Peter Parker for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This comes after months of waiting and speculation after Marvel Studios announced they would be working with Sony Entertainment to bring Spider-Man into the MCU with a movie scheduled for July 2017. Holland was one of many young actors who were up for the role, a few of which were Asa Butterfield, Charlie Plummer, Charlie Rowe, Matthew Lintz and Judah Lewis. Butterfield was the presumed frontrunner until a few weeks ago when news broke that Sony wanted Holland in the role while Marvel favored Plummer. Keep in mind: Sony still owns the license to Spider-Man, but Marvel are acting as the creative leads. Tha…Read more >
Have you ever wanted to see Captain America get his butt kicked? Because you'll be seeing a lot of that in this trailer.
The trailer as a whole seems to showcase a lot more completed special effects than the previous two trailers. We also seem to have a better idea of how Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch factor into this movie. We now also know there will be a point in the movie where the Avengers go to some farmhouse, probably hiding out after they (mostly Cap, apparently) get their butt kicked by Ultron his drones. Silly Ultron, the first thing you'll take from these people isn't their hope. It's their lives.
And make sure you stick around to the end, where you'll get your first look at one character in footage from the movie.
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Yet again, today proved to be a weirdly big day for casting updates on three completely unrelated movie and TV projects
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First up, Marvel has officially confirmed Benedict Cumberbatch will portray Stephen Strange in the upcoming movie Doctor Strange. Cumberbatch was first reported to be portraying the Sorcerer Supreme last October after talks with Joaquin Phoenix fell through. A day later, however, Kevin Feige unveiled the entire slate for Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which included confirming Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther. When asked why he didn't mention Cumberbatch's casting as Dr. Strange, Feige addressed the news as only a rumor. Well, it turns out the rumor is true, or, much more likely, Marvel simply wasn't ready to an…