Up until now, it seems we’ve only had a few looks at leaked Avengers: Endgame LEGO figures. However, now thanks to a newly leaked LEGO set we have a new look into a possible scene in the film. Advertisements
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Now that the final screenings of Captain Marvel is only weeks away and production has wrapped, it was only a matter before the film’s runtime was revealed. AMC theatres has updated their listing for the film which claims it clocks in at 2 hours and 4 minutes.
Tons of new Avengers: Endgame merchandise and leaked art have flooded the internet in the past couple months revealing things the marketing has yet to show. A major reveal of the leaks has been the Quantum Realm suits our heroes will be donning in their mission to reverse Thanos’ effects on the universe. Newly revealed toys from
Here’s your daily dose of news you didn’t expect to hear. Marvel is developing four animated series at Hulu focused on Howard the Duck, M.O.D.O.K., Dazzler, Tigra, and Hit-Monkey. The series will all culminate in a special event, The Offenders.
With the buildup to Marvel Studios epic team up Avengers: Endgame, promotion for the film is growing. And now thanks to some new action figures released for the film we have a new look at some of our heroes, Ronin and War Machine.
As we enter the last month before release of Marvel’s Captain Marvel we should be getting more and more leaks regarding the film. The apparent highlight of the film is Goose The Cat and we may have just gotten a spoiler regarding the domesticated feline.
In an interview with MTV News, Chris Pratt, who plays Peter Quill/Star-Lord in the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise, has confirmed that Marvel will using former director/writer James Gunn’s script for Vol 3. “Yeah. Yeah, I have. It’s off the chain. It’s so good. It’s so good. Well, I love James [Gunn]. I’m loyal to James
A brand new piece of leaked promotional art for Avengers: Endgame has revealed our first look at the Avengers all new looks. Thanks to Orville Redenbacher, some new merchandise has given us our first look at the team.
We may be witnessing the final leg of the Marvel/Netflix shows in their short-lived marathon. With The Punisher Season 2 having just been released it was only a matter of time until we got word on the other remaining show, Jessica Jones.
It was not long ago, that reports surfaced of ABC developing a show focused on female superheroes based on Marvel Comics. Now, according to Deadlin, the project has not been picked up at ABC.