Ryan Reynolds just revealed that a beloved Marvel character will be returning to our screens, and fans can’t get enough! The Golden Globe nominee, 45, revealed in a new social media post that Wolverine, one of the most popular X-Men heroes, will appear alongside his titular character in Deadpool 3, which will reportedly begin filming in 2023.
After a handful of teases along the way, Marvel Studios finally unveiled an extended look at the return of Charlie Cox's Matt Murdock, fully suited up in his iconic yellow and scarlet suit. As with the rest of the She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, the clip is largely comedic, enough so the response to it has caused the character to trend across social media. On one side of the equation, you have the fans of the former Netflix series that prefer the darker, more adult tones it carried. On the other, you have MCU stalwarts who don't mind levity has been injected into the character.
Before long at all, principal photography will begin on Daredevil: Born Again. In fact, one new report suggests the Charlie Cox-starring series will begin to roll cameras in just a matter of months. According to DiscussingFilm's Jacob Fisher, Born Again will be shooting principal photography between February and December 2023, squeezing in 18 episodes in the span of 11 months.
Soon the MCU will burn at the Man-Thing's touch - but what the hell is Man-Thing and what's his surprising connection to Captain America?
Christian Bale On Thor Set 'Monotony,' Being 'Mediator' Between Amy Adams & American Hustle Director
The Oscar winner also discussed the low paycheck he received for "American Psycho," revealing he got paid less than the makeup artists. Christian Bale is opening up about his experience filming "Thor: Love and Thunder." In a wide-ranging interview with GQ for its November cover story, the Oscar winner shared...
Marvel Studios is slowly moving forward with the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe withe their introduction of characters that were previously owned by FOX before their merger with Disney. The studio has already brought back Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart) while also getting ready to bring back Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) and Wolverine (Hugh Jackman). We got to see the MCU's version of Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic and he was played by John Krasinski, but fans want to see the rest of the Fantastic Four on the big screen. Some fans even know who they want to play the rest of the team. One artist has created a new piece of rant art that shows Dacre Montgomery as Johnny Storm / Mr. Fantastic.
Marvel's Avengers has treated players to a number of comics-inspired outfits over the last two years, and a new design is slated to release in the game tomorrow. On October 6th, the game will add a new design based on Ultimate Thor's appearance in The Ultimates. The Bryan Hitch created costume gives Thor a simpler look, which fit well with the rest of the redesigns that appeared in the series. It seems like developer Crystal Dynamics has done an excellent job recreating that particular costume, though it's worth noting that it does not include the Ultimate version of Mjolnir.
Black Adam is set to inject some muscle into the box office later this month, with current projections standing at a $70 million-plus opening weekend. THR reports that current tracking has the Dwayne Johnson-starring DCEU film projected to gross between $70 million and $75 million in its first weekend when it arrives on October 21st.
Marvel's Armor Wars is heading to the big and, while that's exciting, I have one concern about the War Machine-led movie.
Latest Marvel News: ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ star bemoans monotonous production while the most ridiculous MCU criticism is found
This latest Marvel news update finds us sandwiched between two big Marvel news storms — Monday’s surprise debut of the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer and tomorrow’s major new episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, which promises to be the one we’ve all been waiting for. Things have been relatively event-free on the MCU front this Wednesday, then. Excepting, that is, some eyebrow-raising comments from a star of the studio’s most recent movie…
A hive mind of MCU fans know exactly which underutilized villain needs to return and wreak renewed havoc
The Marvel Cinematic Universe will turn 15 years old next year, so it’s just about old enough to drive. As a frightening indicator of our own age and mortality, it also sparks a discussion about the mortality of the characters within that universe, specifically its villains. With the MCU following a cookie cutter “hero fights villain, hero comes out on top in the end” formula in most cases, it can be a shame to see some of these big bads go after one appearance.
Marvel Studios released a new trailer for "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" yesterday, and it took over the internet. The trailer gave eager fans a quick look at what to expect from the highly-anticipated sequel, and there's so much you may have missed. Unless you live under a rock, you're familiar...
2018s Black Panther was one of the biggest movies in the MCU and soon after its release, the sequel of the movie was given the green light, and fans were excited to see the entire cast return for another amazing story. However, that dream was not to be realized, as in 2020, actor Chadwick Boseman who played the titular character died after a long battle with Colon Cancer.
Yup, She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Episode 7 is still full of hints but where is Daredevil?!
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is filled to the brim with popular and immediately recognizable characters like Iron Man, Captain America, and the Hulk, but it also has its fair share of characters that only the most hardcore Marvel fans recognize. At the start of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," both Captain America (Chris Evans) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) come across a villain known as the Leaper (George St-Pierre). Marvel is willing to dig deep into its comic book history.