Ant Man is maybe the weirdest film in the MCU... Unfortunately, it needs to be weirder, and is held back from greatness by tepid and glacially paced 2nd act. It can't help but feel like a missed opportunity even if it's still fun & entertaining... Read more for details.
If you've seen Marvel's ANT-MAN, or spoiled yourself, you'd know of the scene towards the end of the movie where [SPOILERS] Scott goes "Sub-Atomic" and goes into the "Quantum Realm". This trippy seen was very reminiscent of a character who makes his big screen debut next year, and could point to a possible way of freeing a certain someone from the Quantum Realm.
Since Comic Con is now over, the question everyone ask is "Who won Comic Con?". Not only I'm answering this question, but I think my answer is going to surprise you.
As the twelfth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Avengers' smallest hero offers a fresh take on the comic book genre with a mixture of action, drama and humour. Does it succeed on its own terms?
The Phase 1 Marvel Cinematic Universe box set came with a replica of the Tesseract, and Marvel has today revealed that fans will be able to get their hands on a prop from Guardians of the Galaxy when the 13-disc Phase 2 set, which is available for pre-order, is released this holiday season!
With what may be the best opening scene yet for a Marvel Studios film, Ant-Man smacks us right in the face and makes us crack a smile in the process.
Ant-Man hits theaters tomorrow, July 17th, and I recently had the chance to sit down and speak with director Peyton Reed to discuss sequels, comic nerds that may surprise you, villains, Guardians, Fantastic Four and more! SPOILERS AHEAD!!!
LEGO is celebrating tomorrow's release of Marvel's miniature hero and founding member of the Avengers - Ant-Man - with a bricked version of a popular poster from the film. See an even smaller version of Scott Lang ride a LEGO Antony into battle after the jump...
Avengers: Age of Ultron concept artist Ryan Meinerding has unleashed even more of his amazing work, this time focusing on alternate designs for The Vision and The Hulkbuster. While the latter doesn't look too different, Paul Bettany could have had a very interesting new look...
While many fans enjoyed Tony Stark’s Mark 45 armor in Avengers: Age of Ultron, the design seen wasn’t always the final look. Marvel’s conceptual artist Phil Saunders revealed several unused deigns for this armor, that he labels “a much more complex” approach. Check it out!
2015 hasn't been a great year so far. Yeah there have been a handful of gems, but for the most part the bad has outweighed the good
Still waiting on that Avengers: Age Of Ultron Director's Cut from Joss Whedon? Sadly, we may be waiting for quite some time. The director claimed he has no plans to work on an extended version any time soon - but he did promise plenty of new scenes in the DVD extras!
Maria Hill may not be in Ant-Man, but Hot Toys has just revealed her 1/6 collectible figure at Comic-Con, along with the first look at the pint-sized hero and his adversary, Yellowjacket. Check it out
The embargo has finally lifted and I’m free to share my thoughts on Ant-Man - Marvel’s final film in their "Phase 2" initiative. How does Paul Rudd's "Ant-Man" stack up against the other Marvel Juggernauts? Read my SPOILER FREE review and find out!
What Cyclops might look like in the MCU
What Cyclops might look like in the MCU
Thanks to WB finally launching a DC Cinematic Universe, Marvel are going to get some serious competition over the next few years. Are they worried? Well, Disney CEO Bob Iger isn't fretting about rival comic book movies, and talks here about why Marvel has nothing to be scared about...
You might recall that Robert Downey Jr. signed a new deal with Marvel a few years back for Avengers: Age of Ultron and a third Avengers movie, but that had to be reconfigured when he joined the cast of Captain America: Civil War. Hit the jump to find out just much he's been paid...
Most of us on this website love Marvel movies. However we are all aware that they aren’t perfect. Therefore here is a five part miniseries of a comedic look on the many problems of the marvel movies.
With Spider-man being in the same universe as the Avengers, and the recent (outlandish) rumors that Fox and Marvel are making a deal, how could we get these characters together without having to do a reboot? Hit the link to see my thoughts