We recently brought you the trailer for Marvel’s “Phase One” box set that will coincide with The Avengers blu-ray release and now we have the first official images from the set.
Disney Imagineers have been hard at work figuring out how to make a Marvel theme park happen in Anaheim, California, while IMG has been attempting to do the same in Dubai and now a Justice League ride is apparently headed to Australia.
Marvel’s senior vice president of production and development Jeremy Latcham, dicusses Avengers sequels and spin-offs.
According to sources, the Captain America sequel will be closely linked to the characters in S.H.I.E.L.D.
Iron Man 3 will soon be finishing up their shoot in Wilmington, North Carolina and now it looks as though Captain America 2′s production could be heading to film in the same city.
Marvel has hinted that their plan is to release two superhero movies each year. Next year will be Thor 2 and Iron Man 3, while 2014 will bring us Captain America 2 and their mystery movie Guardians of the Galaxy.
Marvel has just released a trailer for the ultimate 10-disc Marvel Cinematic Universe – Phase One: Avengers Assembled Blu-ray collection box set.
The Avengers has become the third movie ever to earn over $600 million at the domestic box office, doing so in just 54 days.
Variety is reporting that Community executive producers Joe and Anthony Russo are in negotiations to helm Captain America 2 for Marvel Studios and Disney.
Whether The Avengers was your introduction into the Marvel universe or you’re a fan of a select couple heroes, Marvel looks to be readying a complete collection for Blu-ray home players.
Marvel hasn’t yet narrowed down a director (as of a few days ago), but Cap’s first post-Avengers outing now has an official synopsis and release date!
What once was a choice of ten directors has now been reduced to three. Find out which directors made the Captain America sequel cut!
Today the nominees for the 38th annual Saturn Awards were announced, and several fandoms we cover wracked up some serious noms!
Hot off the success from directing Captain America: The First Avenger, Joe Johnston has signed on to direct the thriller Not Safe for Work for Universal.