Marvel Studios plans to kick off the Summer Movie Season with a bang, with its first of three releases this year, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Promotion has kicked into full gear with the release of a new trailer weeks back, and now Marvel has released a brand new Set of Character Posters showcasing the Heroes
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Earlier Reports this week had seemed to indicate that Chris Evans is done playing Captain America after the hotly-anticipated untiled Avengers 4, but a new interview with Collider seems to suggest otherwise, as Chris Evans opens up to the possibility of continuing to play the Iconic Star Spangled Avenger.
Avenger: Infinity War has been filming for a little bit and the production has been sort of secretive outside of official news. Well that has changed as we now have our first look at a character in the film thanks to a set pic.
Is Marvel’s latest Netflix Series, IRON FIST really as bad as the reviews make it out to be?
Black panther recently went into production in February with “Creed” director Ryan Coogler at the helm. We haven’t got any interesting set pics until now.
We’ve known for a while that Marvel has been working on a project featuring Blade. Now the man famous for playing Falcon in the MCU, Anthony Mackie, has put his name in the hat for the casting of Blade.
With “Iron Fist” Netflix show being recently released, the anticipation for “The Defenders” has only grown. Now we have confirmation that filming for “The Defenders” has wrapped.
Chris Evans has worked his way into the hearts of Marvel fans everywhere with his portrayal of Captain America, one of the company’s most beloved superheroes. Since Captain America: The First Avenger released in 2011, he’s made the role his own, and fans will likely want to see him stick around for a a long while.
When people hear that a movie is getting reshoots, they often think the film is a disaster, and the reshoots are a last resort for the filmmakers to piece out a cohesive movie. This can be true, like with ‘Suicide Squad,’ but often times they’re for minor tweaks or additions to scenes that weren’t captured during
Although all of the past MCU films have had a post-credits scenes, it wasn’t confirmed yet for GOTG Vol. 2. Well, James Gunn now has the answer.