Ever since we were lucky enough to sit in on Marvel’s ‘Iron Man 3’ panel at Comic-Con 2012 in July, we’ve been waiting patiently for the studio to cut a trailer that boasts some of the spectacular footage shared in Hall H. So far, Mavel has been mum as director Shane Black continued to film his sequel with Robert Downey Jr. in Wilmington, NC. But we’re starting to hear rumblings of a potential trailer. When do you think we’ll see it?
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All the non-comic book lovers were scratching their heads at the end of 'The Avengers' when an image of the Mad Titan Thanos popped up in a bonus scene after the credits. Now, this big guy is the only thing anyone's talking about when on the subject of 'The Avengers 2.' We all assumed that moment was Joss Whedon's unofficial statement that Thanos would be our new villain in the sequel, but has it been made official? And what about the upcoming 'Guardians of the Galaxy' movie? Will Thanos be in that too?
Things get a little tricky when some of your characters belong to another studio -- such is the case with Marvel Studios and Fox. Fox wants Joe Carnahan on the 'Daredevil' reboot, but those rights are going to run out soon. Solution: Fox and Marvel are discussing a trade that would give Silver Surfer and Galactus back to Marvel in exchange for more time with the blind superhero.
In the 2000s, two 'Punisher' films hit theaters and neither of them were very good (the less said about the Dolph Lundgren version the better). The first, starring Thomas Jane, was a noble effort but ended up being lifeless. The second - 'Punisher...
Although you can argue about the merits of each individual movie, it's safe to say that Marvel Studios has not stumbled in its six-movie march to the very top echelons of box office history. But the company's newest franchise - 'Guardians of the Galaxy' - is a puzzling choice that could be its biggest gamble yet.
If there wasn't enough Marvel scoopage yesterday from their big Comic-Con 2012 panel, we've got a new clip from their short film 'Item 47,' which premiered at Comic-Con a couple of days ago. We covered it then, but check out the new clip.
The Comic-Con 2012 Marvel panel seemed really more like an 'Iron Man 3' panel from the start. It was previously announced that Marvel President Kevin Feige would be bringing some "special guests" to "provide an inside look at the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe."
If you've been paying attention to the Marvel Universe lately, this news shouldn't surprise you but today we have word on what will be the next new (read: non-sequel) superhero movie from Marvel Studios. Hint: it's not 'Black Panther' or 'Ant-Man'...
It's the dream of Marvel Universe fans everywhere: that somehow the different studios that own different Marvel characters find a way to all play in the same cinematic sandbox. Well, for a moment it almost happened with 'The Avengers' and 'The Amazing Spider-Man'...sort of.
Everything is looking up for all of those who are attached to Marvel Studios right now, especially president Kevin Feige. His company paved the way for crossing over characters and boldly making the first monstrous superhero crossover film, 'The Avengers'. It's a milestone for comics and film, you can't deny that. And now Marvel is busy planning their next films.