After helping completely reshape the box office as part of Disney's massive empire and bringing a decade-long story arc to a close, what's coming next for the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Here's what we'll probably hear about at this Saturday's big Comic-Con panel.
"I had an incredible 10-year run that was creatively satisfying. It was very, very, very hard work. I dug very deep, but I have not been forced to explore the new frontier of what is my creative and personal life after this."
This long-awaited game from Square Enix and developers Crystal Dynamics ("Tomb Raider" series) and Eidos Montreal ("Deus Ex" series) isn't set in the MCU, so there's a whole new take on Earth's Mightiest to get used to. Expect the game in May 2020.
Even Spider-Man needs to get his suit pressed now and again.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Letitia Wright, Sebastian Stan and Anthony Mackie put their heads together while Director Joe Russo pulls the strings (and drops hints).
The cast was given redacted "Endgame" scripts to keep them from spoiling anything so there isn't really a shot in hell that these five will let anything slip about "Far From Home."
Avengers: Endgame stars Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Danai Gurira, Don Cheadle and Chris Hemsworth answer 50 of the most Googled questions about Marvel...
The retro, spandex-clad iterations of your favorite superheroes are here to save the day.
Last night, Captain Marvel stopped by "The Tonight Show" and she came to win.
"Your biceps look like Thanksgiving turkeys."
"Robert? You remember me? You got an extra ticket?"
On "Kimmel" last night, Renner played it coy about the upcoming "Avengers" flick, but was excited to talk about the fake movie he and Paul Rudd are starring in,"50-Year-Old Virgins."
When DC’s Superman sued Shazam! for $4 million dollars, it was a major upset in the comic book community. But it later paved the way for the Captain Marvel w...
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"Is Ant-Man's expansion greater than the compressive tolerance of Thanos' rectum?"
Does the audio from the latest, potentially spoiler-ific "Endgame" trailer still work when paired with clips from the MCU's animated cousin? Yes, yes it does.
Ahead of "Avengers: Endgame," the progressive Captain America actor and Twitter firebrand says he's ready to retire his Marvel hero for directing gigs, a new Apple show and the fight against the "dumb s**t" president: "I'd be disappointed in myself if I didn't speak up."
This fan theory-turned-meme isn't as half-assed as it sounds.
Larson has never Googled herself before, and now that she finally sees what people are curious about, she's quite confused.
It's the 21st Marvel movie, the last one before "Avengers: Endgame" and the first to be focused on a woman. Brie Larson's Captain deserves a strong debut, but the movie may be a throwback in more ways than one.
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