Namor: The Submariner

Namor: The Submariner One of Marvel's oldest superheroes, The Sub-Mariner, will join his comic compatriots in diving onto the big screen. Price Namor is a short-fused half-human/half-amphibian from the lost island of Atlantis. In the past, he has helped the human race but also fought alongside the Atlanteans against human invaders who brought waste to his underwater world. Caught between two identities, Price Namor displays the classic angst that comes with being of mixed species and is widely regarded as one of the first anti-heroes.
So apparently it's all going down at Marvel this week! The most recent news being that the rights to Namor could actually be with Marvel!!!
Yesterday, it was announced that Universal Pictures has a mystery film set to open on Friday, Nov. 4, 2016, which is co-financed by Legendary Pictures. Latino Review has heard a rumor that it could be a film for Marvel's Namor the Sub-Mariner.
While it was believed the rights to Namor the Submariner had returned to Marvel, Kevin Feige has now confirmed that they remain at Universal. He also discusses their approach to deciding which movies will be released in 2016 and 2017 and teases Hawkeye's larger role in The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Ant-Man, Doctor Strange and a new Hulk movie are all set to be featured in Marvel's Studios' "Phase Three" after 2015's The Avengers 2. But what other character(s) do you want to see get a film then? Here's your chance to cast your vote.
As expected, Marvel and Disney Studios have officially announced their presence in the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, hosting 2 panels in anticipation for Iron Man 3 and other Disney films. Hit the jump
In the 6th installment of Looking Back, I'll be taking a look at all the proposed Namor movie from Universal Pictures. Jonathan Mostow was attached to direct and rewrite a script previously written by David Self.
Not only are they almost equals at strength and abilities....But they both have a strong chance of becoming a Major Motion Picture.....Very soon. Which one of these Atlanteans would you like to see on the silver screen and why is one character more deserving than the other....or should we say...which one could work better on screen?
The rumor of Marvel Studios getting into the business of releasing short films for lesser known characters, a la Pixar, has resurfaced now seeming more plausible! Check it out!
And no, it's not Doctor Strange! Hit the jump to find out the surprising answer of which comic book superhero is the Pirates of the Caribbean stars all time favourite...
if a fight popped out in the middel of the sea, who would eat whos fish stick
The man who took the wings off of Cap's head in Captain America, director Joe Johnston, reveals for the first time that another Marvel hero will lose his wings!
Here is info from Disney/Marvel shareholder Ike Perlmutter, who is helping Marvel to realize pricey actors aren't needed for their films. Check It Out!
There is some peculiar evidence popping up recently that might lead one to speculate if a certain Atlantean prince has been returned to his true home in the cinematic realm...Marvel Studios.
The Lost actor reveals which character he's most interested in portraying and says that he's already talked to the studio about "other things"...
Something I came across...
The man behind "The Surrogates", Jonathan Mostow is writing the Namor script.
It's still very possible that a Namor movie will be made by Universal pictures.
Jonathan Mostow will helm Universal's big pic adaptation of Marvel's first mutant super-hero.
The Hollywood hottie also hints at a love triangle for Invisible Woman. Hmmm? Namor?
Ant-Man, Hulk 2 and Thor films are in the works.
Marvel released its slate of upcoming adaptations of its comics including plans for old Greenskin.
David Self, who is building a comics to film resume, may write the script.
Chris Columbus dumps Namor movie overboard. Harry Potter too.
With some wonderful news for Punisher 2, Deathlok, Namor, Blade TV Series, Fantastic Four 2, Ghost Rider and more...
Here's the latest from the House of Ideas on comics making their way to movie screens and videogames.