Kevin Feige Was Blocked from Bringing Daredevil, Punisher and Ghost Rider Into the MCU

Marvel fans have often had the discussion of which characters they would like to see brought into the MCU, and currently Daredevil has been getting a lot of press thanks to internet rumors that Charlie Cox could be seen as the lawyer turned crime fighter sometime in the future of the MCU thanks to the opening of the multiverse and the loops it creates in allowing characters from other Marvel universes to just drop into the Marvel Cinematic Universe without having to explain too much away.
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Funko "I Love You 3000" Avengers: Endgame Pop 2-Pack Exclusive Pre-Orders Return Today

Funko's "I am Iron Man" PX Exclusive Pop figure captured a heartbreaking moment from Avengers: Endgame, but your Marvel Avengers Pop figure collection won't be complete without the even more heartbreaking "I Love You 3000" follow up Pop 2-Pack exclusive. It first launched on Black Friday last year and sold out quickly. Fortunately, your second chance to own it at a reasonable price is happening today, October 22nd.
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Thanos Was Right – And Had a Surprising Connection to Kang

Thanos claimed to want to save the universe by eliminating half of all life, thus eliminating half the demand for resources, and enabling the natural world to heal. But even if his plan had worked and the Avengers had never stopped him, within a short amount of time, population growth would have pretty much erased everything he worked so hard to accomplish. So what was the point? Maybe Thanos had other things — or other universes — on his mind.
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Marvel almost forced a completely different Civil War ending

Captain America: Civil War almost had an entirely different ending. In the new MCU book The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it's revealed that the Marvel Creative Committee, a group of Marvel executives, comic book writer Brian Michael Bendis, and publisher Dan Buckley, really weren't keen on the idea of Captain America and Iron Man fighting each other at the end of the movie, and instead wanted the reunited Avengers to fight the Super Soldiers found at the Siberian base together. (H/T

Empire’s World-Exclusive Spider-Man: No Way Home Covers Revealed

Across his time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man has been through a lot – and he’s about to head into a whole new world of trouble. After joining the Avengers (Captain America: Civil War), going it alone (Spider-Man: Homecoming), blasting off to space and disintegrating (Avengers: Infinity War), eventually rematerialising (Avengers: Endgame), and then battling Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio while grieving the loss of his mentor (Spider-Man: Far From Home), Marvel’s web-slinger now faces all kinds of chaos in the upcoming Spider-Man: No Way Home. For one, his secret identity has been revealed by J. Jonah Jameson. Plus, he’s been framed for Mysterio’s death. On top of all that, he’s about to face some of the most iconic villains from the Spider-verse. Who’s ready for a bit of multiversal madness?

Field Hockey: 3 Final Wins for Division I Title

The Girls Field Hockey team finished the regular season Wednesday with a 3-0 win over Wheeler, their 10th consecutive win, giving them the Division 1 title and number one seed going into the playoffs. It capped a winning few days for the Avengers, starting with a 2-1 win Saturday (10/16) against Moses Brown, then beating North Kingstown Monday (10/18) – which was also the team’s Senior Night, then onto Wheeler.

Marvel Preview: The Death of Doctor Strange: Avengers #1

EARTH’S WEAKEST HEROES! With Doctor Strange gone, the Avengers are the only ones who can stop a rampaging Juggernaut-like monster from wrecking all of Manhattan! But what does this mystical creature want? And how does the magic-skeptical Iron Man hold the answer?. Written by: Alex Paknadel. Art by: Ryan Bodenheim.

Captain America: Civil War Almost Had a Very Different Ending

Captain America: Civil War featured an intense battle between Captain America and Iron Man. Captain America: Civil War featured an intense battle between Captain America and Iron Man during its climax and it was considered as one of the key moments in the MCU that would lead to the eventual temporary disbandment of Earth's mightiest heroes. But as it turns out, that almost did not happen.

Marvel's Avengers: Patch 2.0.4 Features Supernatural Avengers Outfits

Halloween is just around the corner and Square Enix gives you some events for the spookiest time of the year. Patch 2.0.4 for Marvel’s Avengers gives you a wealth of new content, including the Supernatural Avengers Outfit set and the “Capwolf” Outfit, among many others. Cosmic Threat Event. From October...

The Mutants’ Court: More Questions Emerge In ‘X-Men: Trial Of Magneto’ #3

Hear ye, hear ye, The Mutants’ Court is now in session! This column is dedicated to covering the massive events of Marvel’s X-Men line with Comicon’s resident X-perts, Scott Redmond and Tony Thornley!. This week we have the third issue of X-Men: The Trial of Magneto by Leah Williams, Lucas...

The Avengers Theme EDM Remix

The Avengers Theme - EDM Remix WEBSITE: Other Music: Facebook: Twitter: Original Theme from Marvel’s “The Avengers” Composed by Alan Silvestri. Producer: Frédéric Cilia #EDM #Avengers #Remix #Music. [Source:] [ Comments ] [See why...

This Is How Former Sony Pictures Boss Amy Pascal Reacted To Kevin Feige's Spider-Man Pitch

In February 2015, Sony and Disney made an incredible deal that meant Spider-Man could join the Marvel Cinematic Universe, because the movie rights to the character had been purchased by Sony in 1999. The studio made three incredibly successful "Spider-Man" movies with critically acclaimed director Sam Raimi at the helm, before rebooting the franchise in 2012 with "The Amazing Spider-Man." After the failure of its sequel "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," the studio started to look in other directions, which is where the MCU comes into play.

Captain America Sam Wilson (Complete Version)

He is holding the legendary shield, the symbol of his friend, partner, and ally in Earth's greatest group of heroes, the Avengers. Even without the physical enhancements of the super serum which his predecessor received, he was chosen by Steve Rogers to continue his legacy because, in his own words, his greatest power is to believe that he can always do something better. In his new outfit, with stars and stripes, with the colors of the flag of the nation he represents, he stares at his target through translucent red lenses. He prepares to take flight with his powerful metallic wings on a base that resembles the eaves of a building. Iron Studios presents this imposing new statue, "Captain America Sam Wilson - Falcon and the Winter Soldier - Legacy Replica 1:4", Marvel's new sentinel of liberty.

Why Miss Collins From Last Night In Soho Looks So Familiar

Short of reuniting all four Beatles, there's not much you can do to more strongly evoke the Swinging Sixties than making reference to Dame Diana Rigg. When director Edgar Wright set out to make "Last Night in Soho," both a tribute to London in that era and a cautionary tale about over-romanticizing the past, the actress was a natural choice for the role of Eloise's (Thomasin McKenzie) elderly landlady Miss Collins. She unmistakably lived through the era that Eloise is pining for and finds herself able to travel back to, and understands better than anyone its highs and lows. Unfortunately, "Last Night in Soho," was the last production Rigg worked on before her death in 2020 from cancer. "She was such a formidable performer that she raised everyone's game as soon as she stepped on set," Wright wrote in a tribute.

The Production Of Avengers: Infinity War And Endgame Was A Miracle And A Nightmare All At Once

Completing "The Infinity Saga" with the epic one-two punch of "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Avengers: Endgame" is already an impressive feat. But when you learn about the development of the back-to-back sequels and the insane logistic of the production, it becomes clear how much of a miracle these two blockbuster sensations truly are, especially when you find out what a logistical nightmare it was to coordinate the production for the massive ensemble cast in each film. The recent release of "The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe" has provided some surprising details about how the "Avengers" sequels came together, and their mere existence is nothing short of awe-inspiring.

The Marvel’s Avengers Captain America Wolfsuit is great, and the game could have used more of this upfront

Ah, Marvel’s Avengers. It’s the game that won’t quit! You have the admire that level of moxie, but with Spider-Man still not out, they have to at least finish what they started since they have the license anyway. It’s a shame that the forced live-service elements are getting in the way constantly, but at least the team gets to have fun every so often. Take this Captain America Wolfsuit skin that just came out.