Late last week, Marvel announced five dates for upcoming films, setting the stage for Phase 3. Which movies will fill those dates?
Thor is a woman; Captain America is black. But when will the Marvel Cinematic Universe start to reflect this diversity?
On Tuesday’s episode of ABC’s The View, Marvel Comics announced that the character of Thor is now female thanks to a switch in possession of the Mjölnir.
I’ve got one word to say…LOKI! Loki, Loki, Loki…so many feels about him. Where to start? I hate that I love him. In real life circumstances I’m not so sure I would, but as far as cinema/comic books go, I do.
Thor: The Dark World comes out on DVD/Blu-ray today and we take a look at the sequel starring Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston. Find out how many deleted scenes made it onto the Blu-ray and which bonus features are included.
Thor: The Dark World’s gag reel has made it online, featuring Tom Hiddleston, Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman making fools of themselves on set.
With Captain America 3 being confirmed earlier this week, Marvel continues to set up Phase Three by signing writers to pen Thor 3 script.
Thor: The Dark World’s DVD/Blu-ray release date is set for February 25 and included is a bonus screen test of Tom Hiddleston as Thor.
Thor: The Dark World’s DVD/Blu-ray release date has been announced. The Thor sequel will be hitting store shelves on February 25, along with a new Marvel One-Shot.
Thor: The Dark World is yet to go into its third weekend and has already crossed the half a billion mark at the worldwide box office. But now it’s heading into a weekend against the highly anticipated The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 1, episode 8, “The Well” airs tonight on ABC. Here’s everything you need to know about this landmark episode!
Thor: The Dark World is great, and it’s the best sequel yet in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Not including The Avengers, of course.
The invasion of superheroes on the big screen continues this weekend with Thor: The Dark World.
Even though he’s technically considered a villain in the Marvel universe, there’s just something that makes us constantly root for Loki. No matter what we do, we can’t help but love him.