Unsurprisingly, Marvel Studios didn't release anything official for us, not even a Spider-Man reveal (!), but thankfully, we do have HD footage from their D23 Expo presentation, featuring Chris Evans, Anthony Mackie, Benedict Cumberbatch, & Kevin Feige, for you to check out!
Marvel Studios just kicked off its presentation at Disney's D23 Expo with a Doctor Strange preview that includes concept art of Benedict Cumberbatch as the Sorcerer Supreme and more exciting elements, plus some promising words from the actor as well as Kevin Feige.
Check out the video after the jump. You have to admire the actor’s dedication to the art and to his performance. He sincerely wants to leave a lasting impression on the audience, something that seems to be missing from cinema these days in the aftermath of Fox’s Fant4stic.
Tt Games' LEGO Marvel's Avengers has received an official release date - and it falls a bit short of the advertised Fall 2015! So when is it coming out? Click the jump to find out!
Including a vague description of concept art with Benedict Cumberbatch as the Sorcerer Supreme, hit the jump to find out who will be the director of photography on Marvel Studios' Doctor Strange adaptation and why he thinks it won't be your typical Marvel movie.
Ala... Peanut Butter Sandwiches! hmmm... nope. Ala Kazam!... nope. Oh, well I better stop dabbling on the mystic arts, or maybe just one more. Let me just conjure for you guys the Sorceror Supreme --- Doctor Strange!
True Detective's Rachel McAdams pretty much confirmed that she has had talks with Marvel about appearing in Doctor Strange, but now the full quote from the actress has been revealed, and it seems she'd rather be playing a certain mystical DC superheroine...
She may have been a nurse, but Daredevil's Claire Temple (Rosario Dawson) was NOT Night Nurse as we initially thought when the casting was announced at the New York Comic-Con. That's because Marvel Studios has plans for the character, so read on for further details...
It appears there was some truth to reports that Marvel Studios had offered HBO's True Detective star Rachel McAdams a leading role in the Doctor Strange movie opposite Benedict Cumberbatch, as the Canadian actress has finally discussed the status of her potential casting.
Tilda Swinton played a male character in the Constantine movie, but will history repeat itself when she takes on the role of The Ancient One in Marvel's Doctor Strange? Well, in a recent interview, the actress may have dropped a hint about just that. Read on 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.
Marvel won't be happy about this! Tilda Swinton has now confirmed that she will appear in Doctor Strange as The Ancient One, and talks here about her excitement to join this Cinematic Universe, as well as touching on what makes this movie different from previous efforts...
With SDCC right around the corner, we have a juicy casting rumor for you guys before the madness ensues. Word is Marvel has offered Rachel McAdams (currently killing it on the second season of HBO's True Detective) the female lead in Doctor Strange... but who would she play?
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.
There have been plenty of details from Marvel president Kevin Feige recently, and today he has discussed the commencement of shooting on a number of Phase Three projects; plus, get an update on the production of Captain America: Civil War.
Three guys and an American TV producer from Liverpool return in a secret cinema to finish off this season of Essentials podcast with an "apparent" exclusive on Benny’s upcomming Dr Strange!
Offering an idea of when Doctor Strange will take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe's timeline, Kevin Feige also talks here about whether the other Phase 3 movies will be told in order and if they're planning to drop the origin story aspect of these stories. Read on for details...
Marvel Studios' president of production has now offered some new details on the long-awaited Doctor Strange, including the Sorcerer Supreme's sanctum and The Ancient One's race and gender.
We still don't know what kind of tone Doctor Strange is going to have, but if Marvel does decide to go down the Stan Lee/Steve Ditko route, here's hoping the end credits sequences looks as impressive as this fan-made effort (which is set to The Flaming Lips' "W.A.N.D."). Check it out!
Marvel aren't coming to Comic-Con, but they did take part in a panel at CineEurope in Barcelona today. New details about the battle between Iron Man and Steve Rogers in Captain America: Civil War were revealed and concept art of Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange was shown...