Marvel Studios is gearing up for the home release of Avengers: Endgame, and we’ve been getting a lot of deleted scenes and extras online. What’s
SDCC 2019 gave us some new details for The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, but besides Zemo’s return, we don’t know that much about the
Marvel’s SDCC 2019 panel was full of reveals, and we got some new info on the upcoming Disney+ miniseries The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.
Avengers: Endgame ended with Steve Rogers handing passing the Captain America torch over to Sam Wilson, and a lot of people were excited thinking about
Rick and Morty has steadily grown to be one of the biggest animated shows in pop-culture, and they just got the stamp of approval from
Endgame has an amazing slow burn, because that when THAT moment (and there are a couple of those) happens, everyone in the audience will immediately transport back to that age when they read their first Marvel comic or saw their first Marvel film/TV show, screaming with childlike glee cheering on the heroes and booing the villains.
Avengers: Endgame is almost here, and new clip has been released for the film giving us an overview of the team’s plan to beat back
Whereas DC has alternate universe stories with their Elsworlds banner, Marvel comics kind of has the same thing with their What If series. What’s interesting,
Avengers: Endgame is said to be the last appearance of Chris Evans as Captain America, but it looks like Marvel Studios wants to keep seeing
Chris Evans’ contract as Captain America is set to expire with the release of Avengers 4, and though it hurts to think it, everyone is
Evangeline Lilly’s Wasp made her debut earlier this year with Ant-Man and the Wasp, but she was supposed to have appeared in Captain America: Civil
Disney’s streaming service is aiming to launch big with a Star Wars series from Jon Favreau called The Mandalorian. As it turns out, Marvel Studios
After Civil War, Steve Rogers had stepped down from the Captain America mantle, but after the events of Infinity War, everyone is sure that he’s
Before he was Captain America, people used to know Chris Evans as a member of the Fantastic Four. Back then, the action star was Johnny
In what could be dubbed the “Most Vague Briefing EVER,” the press day for Avengers: Infinity War was filled with laughs and incomplete answers, making it one of the best briefings I’ve ever attended.
John Krasinski is probably best known for playing mild-mannered prankster Jim Halpert in The Office, but little do some people know that he was actually very close to playing Captain America for the MCU. Of course, Krasinski lost the role to Chris Evans, but he’s actually pretty thankful that he didn’t get cast.
John Krasinski has come a long way from playing Jim in The Office. Krasinski has moved from the image of all-around nice guy to leading action man over the years, and he says that he would be happy to take another stab at the MCU as Reed Richards a.k.a. Mr. Fantastic.
It’s been seven years since we saw Chris Evans as Captain America for the first time, and it looks like he’s finally ready to put up the shield. Evans has just confirmed that he’s officially retiring from the MCU after Avengers 4.
The nineteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Infinity Wars, is due to be released in a little over a month. Undoubtedly, fans of the very successful franchise are already excited for the premiere. Who wouldn’t be? Iron Man, Thor, Scarlett Widow, The Hulk, Stephen Strange, Spiderman, and of course, Captain America are back in the big screen – together in one big movie.
Disney has released a brand new cut of Avengers: Infinity War Trailer to fans and it’s a lot to take in. It not only shows us long awaited interactions such as Star-Lord with Tony Stark and Peter Parker with Doctor Strange, but it also shows us the characters banning together. What we can take from the trailer is that all the hero’s will meet up in Wakanda to fight Thano’s.