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Did Idris Elba Just Tease Heimdall's MCU Return? (Exclusive)

If you thought Heimdall was dead, you may want to think again. Unless you're Uncle Ben, it's rare you stay dead in the Marvel mythos, and it looks that could be the case with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Avengers: Endgame ended bringing back Red Skull years after most assumed he was killed in Captain America: The First Avengers and now, it looks like Idris Elba may be returning as his Asgardian character seemingly killed off in Avengers: Infinity War.
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Blade Star Doesn’t Think He’ll Be Invited Back For Marvel’s Reboot

Ever since Hollywood became fascinated with the reboot, it’s become something of a tradition for any reinvention of a popular property to tip its hat to what came before via a legacy cameo or two. As a self-contained mythology, that’s not really been a concern for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, although Lou Ferrigno’s appearance in The Incredible Hulk does stand out as a notable exception.
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James Gunn says Marvel never insisted on MCU setups in ‘Guardians’

James Gunn has said Marvel has never asked him to set up the future of the MCU in his Guardians of the Galaxy films. The filmmaker reflected on his relationship with the comic book titans ahead of the release of the third Guardians film, which is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe but not closely tied to the Avengers.
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What If...? LEGO Set Includes Major Spider-Man Spoilers

In a matter of days, Marvel's What If...? races to Disney+ and introduces fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to characters living around various worlds in the multiverse. Now the multiverse is ripped wide open thanks to the events of Loki, nothing is impossible — including Marvel Zombies. From the very first time we saw footage from What If...?, we know zombies were going to be a part of the show, and one recent toy unveiling may have provided more details about the inclusion of the undead.
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Marvel Streaming Series Get Their Own LEGO Minifigs

Four Marvel Studios Original Disney Plus series are set to receive their own Lego Minifigures that fans will be able to collect after they release on September 1. In a tweet today, Lego said that that they are "super excited" to reveal their newest range of collectable Minifigures. In total, twelve collectable characters will be available from across four Marvel Original Series: WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki and What If...?.
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4 upcoming Marvel movie releases to watch in 2021

Before Black Widow was released on July 9, 2021, it seemed like forever between Marvel movie releases. In fact, it had been almost exactly two years since Spider-Man: Far From Home hit theaters on July 2, 2019 – less than three months after the release of Avengers: Endgame. There were...
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Lego shrinks Marvel Disney Plus faves like Loki, Scarlet Witch into minifigs

Marvel's Phase Four has already given us the Disney Plus series WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki. On Aug. 11, we'll get a first installment of What If...?, an animated show that promises to flip the script on the Marvel Cinematic Universe by "reimagining famous events from the films in unexpected ways," Marvel says.
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Here’s How Marvel Lied to Us about Iron Man

If anyone is really paying attention, and many are, what’s been happening with Iron Man for a long time appears to be one giant shell game in which fans believe they’re being told the truth about the Avenger, while at the same time they’re being lied to, and have been for many years now. From the idea that Tony was trying to recruit Bruce Banner during the post-credit scene of The Incredible Hulk to several comic book stories, some of which were dumped rather quickly, Iron Man has been one giant lie by Marvel apparently since a lot of the things that people should have likely figured out for themselves are being called falsehoods. One of the most entertaining is that the Mandarin was thought to be the villain of Iron Man 3. This is where the gullibility of the fans comes into play since if anyone has ever read the comics, the Mandarin is a very serious opponent, not a British man in a topknot with what look like dimestore plastic rings on his fingers. Granted, not everyone has read the comics, but a quick Google search under Iron Man would have revealed the true nature of the Mandarin and their history.
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Marvel Fan Poster Brings Together The Multiverse, Including Some Major Fan Theories

CinemaBlend participates in affiliate programs with various companies. We may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via links. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is always expanding, but the property is in a particularly interesting place in the wake of the Infinity Saga. Fans are eager to see the directions the property as a whole will go, and Phase Four’s shows on Disney+ have certainly been teasing that the multiverse will be a major plot point. And now some epic Marvel fan art has brought together said universe, including some major fan theories.
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LEGO Minifigures Marvel Studios Gives You Disney+ Characters In Minifig Form

After going on a binge of Disney+ shows, you suddenly find yourself hankering to insert the Scarlet Witch, Loki, or the new Captain America into some of your superhero-themed LEGO models. Problem is, you don’t exactly have the minifigs for those characters. Fortunately, that doesn’t have to be the case soon with the release of the LEGO Minifigures Marvel Studios.
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Marvel's next collection-based beat 'em up finally has a release date

Marvel recently revealed at PAX East 2020 that its next game is coming to mobile as an open-world RPG called Marvel Future Revolution. This title will serve as a follow-up to Netmarble's Marvel: Future Fight (not to be confused with the upcoming sequel for Contest of Champions), but instead of the linear design of the original title, Future Revolution will offer the same action combat wrapped up in an open-world design.
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Marvel Studios will sign the perfect directors to make Secret Wars

The Marvel Studios Cinematic Universe will face a Secret Wars and for this it needs directors who know how to rise to the challenge. Secret wars it’s a mythical comic book event that was published between 1984 and 1985 and it would be absolutely great if they made a movie or series of Marvel studios. In this story, a cosmic entity called Beyonder He is fascinated by the heroes and villains of Earth, so he decides to transport all these characters to a world of battle so that they face each other. After several fights and the Doctor doom absorbed the powers of an Almighty God, the heroes manage to return home. Then there was a continuation between the years 1985 and 1986. In this new story Beyonder arrives on Earth and interacts with the heroes, but when they see how dangerous he is, they all unite to defeat him.
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New York Giants X Marvel

In the Marvel universe Daniel Jones’s power is being able to run without falling... Blueprint 2 coming soon!! See you n*ggas in September!!!. Daniel Jones is Starlord (regular qb, no powers, fu*ks green bi*chs in the a*s (jets)). Blake Martinez is the Hulk. Sterling Shepard is a Skrull (fake OBJ)
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Alex Ross defends the importance of comics for Marvel Studios

Alex Ross is a legendary illustrator artist who considers comics the “guiding mild” for the movies of the Marvel Studios Cinematic Universe. Not too long ago Alex Ross revealed why he used the traditional look of Marvel characters when he painted a mural at Marvel’s New York workplaces, relatively than the look they sport in the Marvel Studios Cinematic Universe.
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LEGO Unveils Marvel Minifigs With Mystery Bags To Start Your Own Multiverse

While LEGO has previously created mini-figures for franchises such as Looney Tunes, Harry Potter, and The Simpsons, it’s now introducing a new collection of Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) characters. The LEGO Minifigures Marvel Studios collection will go on sale from September 1, with 12 limited-edition characters from WandaVision, The Falcon...
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Lesser-Known Marvel Characters / Obscure Marvel Characters

Marvel Comics as we know it today started in 1961. The first comics printed under this banner were the Journey into Mystery sci-fi anthology comics and the humor magazine Patsy Walker. From there, Marvel slowly grew into the behemoth we know today, publishing thousands of comics along the way. While...
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