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Report: Marvel TV Courts ‘Hulk’ Prequel, ‘Jessica Jones’ Crossover, ‘Doctor Strange’ and More

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 2, 2015 @ 7:05 PM
Marvel / ABC / Netflix
Marvel’s TV universe has long-proven rocky to chart against the cinematic ventures, crossovers often occurring at face value, if at all. Now, a new report suggests that the TV branch may court a larger presence in the next few years, including new series outside of ABC and Netflix, a Doctor Strange crossover with The Defenders, and perhaps even a long-awaited Black Widow project.

The 25 Best Superhero Movies of the Last 25 Years

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by ScreenCrush Staff April 28, 2015 @ 11:23 AM
Marvel/Warner Bros./Sony Pictures
After selecting the best sci-fi movies of the last 25 years and the best comedies of the last 25 years, the only logical way to wrap up our #CountdownToUltron and Avengers 2 here on ScreenCrush was to choose the best superhero movies of the last 25 years as well. Initially, this was just supposed to be a brief essay. But on an innocent field trip to the world’s most advanced genetics lab, this blog post was bitten by a radioactive list and transformed into the gargantuan piece you see before you. On that day, we all learned a valuable lesson: That with great power must come great listicles.

Marvel Reveals Upcoming Movies: 'Doctor Strange' Confirmed Plus 'Blade' Reboot and More!

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by Mike Sampson May 8, 2013 @ 12:37 PM
Marvel
We know what Marvel movies are part of Phase 2 of the Cinematic Universe: 'Iron Man 3,' 'Thor 2,' 'Captain America 2,' 'Guardians of the Galaxy' and 'The Avengers 2.' Beyond that, all that has been confirmed is Edgar Wright's 'Ant-Man.' But in an article on the future of 'The Avengers' we've got confirmation on what other movies Marvel is developing and it looks like Phase 3 is about to get very, very big.

'Blade' and 'Ghost Rider' Have Returned to the Marvel Universe

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by Damon Houx May 2, 2013 @ 9:14 PM
New Line, Sony
Before they decided to get in the film business for themselves, Marvel used to license out their characters to different studios. And those studios can continue making movies about those characters as long as they have a film (or sequel or reboot) in production in the allotted amount of time. If they don't, the rights revert back to Marvel. With no sequels or reboots in active development, the rights to Blade and Ghost Rider have reverted back to Marvel.