We recently got our first teasers for both Marvel's Ant-Man and Fox's Fantastic Four, as well as a second trailer for Joss Whedon's Avengers sequel. Which one did you guys like best? Click on to vote and have your say in the usual place.
The actor who's set to portray Aquaman of the DC Cinematic Universe, reiterates why he's excited to be playing King of the Seas over the next four years while getting to represent his culture and more.
Ezra Miller admits to a small bit of nervousness about signing a long-term contract to play The Flash in Warner Bros. Justice League movie but at the end of the day, Miller admits that he would have signed the contract no matter how many years he was obligated to play the role.
Fantastic Four (Fant4stic?) writer and producer Simon Kinberg talks here about the science fiction tone of the new movie, the door being wide open to a crossover with the X-Men at some point down the line, and how they're handling the origin story of Doctor Doom in the reboot...
Miller (We Need To Talk About Kevin) already told the Costa Rica casting story, but when MTV caught up with him at Sundance he elaborated on his phone conversation with Justice League director Zack Snyder. He also reveals whether or not he's done any preparation for the role yet.
Well, Margot Robbie and a bunch of other A-List stars like Will Smith and Jared Leto! Regardless, director David Ayer has Tweeted out a new behind the scenes image featuring a look at some production notes and possibly the comic book series which has influenced his adaptation...
While explaining his numerical system for the hype surrounding the Captain America and Avengers sequels, Anthony Mackie says Marvel has yet to call him to take part in recent Age of Ultron reshoots.
Avengers: Age of Ultron director Joss Whedon thought about pursuing a unique take on Batman following the box office success of the first Avengers movie. Is that a concept fans want to see?
Joss Whedon caught a lot of attention for remarks he made to Digital Spy last summer, but were posted recently. He blamed "intractable sexism and old-fashioned quiet misogyny" for the lack of female superhero movies. Now he clarifies those comments.
The first official TV spot for Joss Whedon's Avengers: Age of Ultron has been released, and while it's light on new footage (and by light, we mean VERY light), it's still something! With no plans for a Super Bowl TV spot this Sunday, hit the jump for this latest look at the sequel...
Mike Colter has been cast in Marvel and Netflix's A.K.A. Jessica Jones, leaving longtime fan favourite Terry Crews (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) out in the cold. However, he has another Marvel role in mind. Who? Well, he might want to give Josh Trank a call! Read on for details...
Superman's redesign for "The New 52" reboot was controversial with some fans, especially as the Man of Steel lost his red trunks and gained a higher v-neck collar. Well, John Romita Jr.'s Superman #38 cover has revealed his latest costume, and there are once again some big alterations!
Spoilers afoot! Revealing which Avenger do the Maximoff twins have the most beef with, and why, among other things, a new set report has surfaced with new intriguing details from the cast/crew
We've seen a standard version of this cover with text written all over it, but now a high quality one has surfaced which offers up a much better look at Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Hulk, Quicksilver, and the Scarlet Witch in Avengers: Age of Ultron...
Scott Snyder crafted an exciting new origin for Batman in Zero Year and now the talented DC Comics writer is tackling an origin story for The Dark Knight's greatest adversary, the Joker.
For the first time since the threequel was announced, Hemsworth talks here very vaguely about returning as the God of Thunder post-Avengers: Age of Ultron in Thor: Ragnarok. Check it out!
Another major casting addition has now been made to A.K.A. Jessica Jones, and it's once again a character from the comic books! Grey's Anatomy star will be playing Patsy Walker in the Marvel/Netflix series, but will she suit up as Hellcat? Hit the jump for all of the official details...
We know that X-Men: Apocalypse
will be set in the 1980s (and that a key character from X-Men: First Class
), but does the time period mean we'll see characters from that decade like Dazzler make an appearance in the movie? It sounds like it might! Read on for details.
3 problems that are holding you back from enjoying an interesting take on Marvel's first family, The Fantastic 4.
Marvel have released a lettered preview of Ant-Man Prelude #1, and in it we see an older Peggy Carter (who appears to be in her 40s/50s by this point in the Marvel Cinematic Universe's history) taking a few shots at Hank Pym as he tries out his new suit. Hit the jump to check it out!