Joining Ant-Man on Marvel's Phase 3 line-up, Disney has scheduled two undisclosed Marvel movies for release in 2016 and 2017. Hit the jump and check out the dates and speculate who they belong to!
Clark Gregg insinuates that without ABC's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent Coulson will probably stay dead. The actor also hints that he'll probably be the focal point and will be partaking in the action.
Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe doesn't officially begin until May 3rd's Iron Man 3 but lets analyze how much we know about Marvel's Phase Three. Is there room for Black Panther?
Commenting on his next reprisals as Marvel’s S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Nick Fury, Samuel L. Jackson also looks back on The Avengers “surprising” box office numbers & the Star Wars prequel trilogy.
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
Recently, in the March issue of Ebony magazine, Samuel L. Jackson, the guy that Marvel picked to be the NEW, non-white Nick Fury in their comics and movies, made it known that he voted for President Obama solely because of the color of his skin and NOT the content of his character.
Some continuity questions about the Marvel Cinematic Universe become a little less murky as The Avengers
tie-in comic book hints at the roles of S.H.I.E.L.D.
and it's government sponsor.
McDonough, who played Dum Dum Duggan in Captain America: TFA, reckons production on a sequel to that movie will commence by the end of this year, and he also says he will appear in the Nick Fury movie with Sam Jackson..
Seemingly more certain he'll star alongside Samuel L. Jackson in aNick Fury solo film, 'Dum Dum Dugan' actor Neal McDonough once again dots on that & Captain America 2
Confidently dotting on previously-considered directions for the Captain America: The First Avenger sequel, make the jump for a chat with 'Dum Dum Dugan' actor Neal McDonough
It appears filming is winding down in the fair city of Cleveland. But the Twitterverse it still going strong with fans Tweeting details and their feelings about what's going on there. Here are some of the best Tweets and Pics from extras and locals about The Avengers filming in their hometown.
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!
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been building up over the last few years so here are my thoughts on a S.H.I.E.L.D. movie.
"Every soldier must know, before he goes into battle, how the little battle he is to fight fits into the larger picture, and how the success of his fighting will influence the battle as a whole."--Bernard Law Montgomery
He'll be popping up a lot in Marvel Movies It's time to know more about this CBM Character - NICK FURY. This feature answers the questions - Who he is? What are his abilities? What are the changes he underwent? Who has portrayed him in Comic Book Movies?
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Watchmojo.com takes a look at Nick Fury and how this cigar-chomping World War II sergeant became the modern-day director of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Creator of TV series Castle
, Andrew W. Marlowe, talks with Movie Web about the script he wrote for Nick Fury
film and when to expect it. Check it out!
Marvel's Studios head honcho Kevin Feige, briefly goes over potential movie adaptions for lesser-known characters like Iron Fist, SHIELD & even Guardians Of The Galaxy.
Screenwriter & director of The Avengers
shares much more on the moral of the story; Addresses the Nathan Fillion 'Ant-Man' rumor. Check it Out!
I found something intriguing that might be more then a coincidence, check it out! Could this be part of why they did not want Norton?
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!
Samuel L. Jackson talks about his involvement in the Marvel Cinematic Universe; including his character's next big step after The Avengers.
Samuel L. Jackson promoting his recent film, does round-table interviews with multiple sites discussing Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America, and The Avengers.
Deadline is reporting that Marvel may have found a director to direct their superhero clash, The Avengers. Check it out!
Apart of a bigger LA Times interview, Kenneth Branagh talks about Thor, and Anthony Hopkins's rumored set trouble.