While Mark Ruffalo reacts to Joss Whedon's script for The Avengers: Age of Ultron, the original Hulk actor Lou Ferrigno insists without a doubt that a new solo film will follow the superhero reassembly.
CBM contributor DrDoom loves the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but which films does he consider the best? After much deliberation, he is ready to reveal all, and offer analysis of each movie. Click on for more..
With the help of Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World among many other successful releases this year, Disney has passed the $4 Billion mark at the Global Box Office. Check it out after the jump...
Rehashing her excitement for what she considers her most damaged character, Elizabeth Olsen talks about the fun she's having learning about Scarlet Witch and joining The Avengers sequel. Check it out!
Black Widow actress Scarlett Johansson reportedly suffered a stunt mishap on the set of Lucy, Avengers: Age of Ultron scripts are being sent out, Geoff Johns is wearing a lot of hats for DC and Keanu Reeves talks 47 Ronin.
In perhaps one of their worst kept secrets ever, Marvel Studios have FINALLY confirmed that Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Kick-Ass) and Elizabeth Olsen (Oldboy) have joined the cast of Joss Whedon's The Avengers: Age of Ultron as 'Quicksilver' and 'Scarlet Witch' respectively.
Cobie Smulders talks about scenes she'd like Maria Hill to (potentially) have in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Lord Frey replaces John Hurt in The Strain, Spike Lee talks Oldboy and Robert Englund on more Freddy Krueger.
Basically confirming Guardians of the Galaxy will introduce another Infinity Stone, Marvel's President of Production addresses comments made by Vin Diesel that teased a big "merge" Marvel has planned!
You may have noticed it in front of Thor: The Dark World or even tonight's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode, but check out Marvel Studios' first very own logo & fanfare up-close and in its original quality!
While it was revealed earlier today that Drew Goddard (Cabin in the Woods) will write and produce Daredevil for ABC and Netflix, it has now been revealed that the second series to air will be Jessica Jones, and Melissa Rosenberg is once again attached. Read on for details!
Yesterday the Martha Macy May Marlene actress finally confirmed that she will indeed play Wanda Maximoff in Joss Whedon's Avengers sequel. Now while chatting to AICN, Olsen discusses what drew her to the character.
Commenting on her costume and things she's learned from comics, Elizabeth Olsen explains why exactly she's excited to be playing Wanda Maximoff in The Avengers sequel and how she'll ground her.
She was rumored to be up for the role, then said to have signed on, and even Sam Jackson seemed to let slip that she was on board; but now Elizabeth Olsen herself finally confirms to MTV that she will indeed play Wanda Maximoff in Joss Whedon's Avengers sequel.
Considering The Avengers will enter the Age of a very technology-based villain, Kevin Feige was asked how the God of Thunder and other cosmic elements will fit in Joss Whedon's anticipated sequel.
Rehashing "gray points" allowing both studios to use the speedster, Marvel's president believes X-Men: Days of Future Past general audiences may not notice it's the same character in Age of Ultron!
How I feel the MCU will handle Avengers: Age of Ultron Film, Infinity Stones, and MCU Phase 3 Films
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige on threequels, Ultron, MCU continuity and more. "...in the case of Ultron, there are a few characters in the franchise who it would make sense to have been involved in that creation [rather] than introducing a new character out of nowhere to come and do it."
Revealing which gem the [spoiler] represents, the latest chat with Kevin Feige has the Marvel producer discuss their casting diversity, Jeremy Renner's archer, and cliffhanger in Thor: The Dark World.
Seemingly confirming the S.H.I.E.L.D. Deputy Director's return in Marvel's The Avengers sequel, Canadian actress Cobie Smulders says Marvel just doesn't know the extent of her role. Check it out!
With Thor: The Dark World slamming down into theaters this weekend, and the numerous stories now coming to light, we are now getting a better sense of where Marvel Studios is taking it's cinematic adventures? I'd arguably say we are, and read on to see how.