Marvel Studios announced in October 2014 that 'Avengers: Infinity War' Part 1 will be released in May 2018 and "Avengers Infinity War" Part 2 will be released in May 2019. As confirmed by Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, that everything which was seen so far in the comic book world has been building towards an epic big screen battle against the alien world lord Thanos
Marvel seems to be creating a universe and a lot of it could be thanks to the work that Joss Whedon did with the first Avengers movie that really allowed the studio to take off with their films. But could Whedon be done with Marvel soon after he finishes his next movie with them?
While it has been a pipe-dream of Marvel fans since the movie came out in August, the director of 'Guardians of the Galaxy' seems adamant that we won't be seeing the members of his team with the Avengers anytime soon.
It seems like everyone and their sister is getting into the Marvel game in Hollywood. Did you know we just had a year with Robert Redford and Glenn Close in them? Now it seems like one of the hottest names right now is also looking to get into the action.
The news that Benedict Cumberbatch is playing Doctor Strange has sent the internet into a scramble of where he could first appear before his solo film. But with so many possibilities two options seem to stick out most.
While the Avengers have yet to face their next test with Ultron, the biggest one of them all is still yet to come in the form of Josh Brolin. Now the actor talks about what to expect with the character and his fears when playing him.
While the team of superheroes gets ready for their biggest battle yet in the next Avengers movie, it seems like they will also be saving the galaxy in the two-part third movie that will be shooting next year. But what does that mean for the current director, Joss Whedon?
Even though he said that the next Guardians of the Galaxy movie won't tie-in with whatever is happening with The Avengers, did James Gunn just tip his hand with a recent picture he posted on Instagram?
The Phase 3 slate of Marvel movies will be introducing their first black and female superheroes to lead any of their films. But with awhile until the casting of Captain Marvel will happen, who is already interested in taking on the role?