Disney has bold plans for the next 4+ years, and the company has now announced every single movie it plans to release through 2020. Hotly anticipated new Star Wars, Marvel and Pixar titles are in the works, and below you’ll find a complete list of Disney projects along with all of their tentative launch dates. More →
After flying through all thirteen episodes of Daredevil earlier this year, I knew the wait for more Marvel content on Netflix was going to be excruciating. Nevertheless, I buckled down and ravenously consumed any casting rumors or pictures from the set that leaked out, but on Thursday, the next Marvel series finally got a release date.
After being inundated with Marvel movies and comics over the summer, the release schedules are finally beginning to slow down to a manageable pace again. The next Marvel movie, Captain America: Civil War, doesn’t hit until next May and Secret Wars is more than halfway through its run, but don’t worry — Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is going to pick up the slack.
Over the past several years, we’ve begun to take on-screen superheroes more seriously. Yes, of course we all realize that they’re actors surrounded by computer-generated explosions, but fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe are genuinely invested in the stories of these classic characters. Which is what makes the bloopers even funnier to watch.
After capping off Phase 2 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the light and friendly Ant-Man, Marvel is diving back into the deep end early next year with Captain America: Civil War. The story of the film is relatively complex, but all you really need to know is that Captain America and Iron Man will butt heads, and the Avengers will split in their wake.
On Thursday, we finally found out how the teams will shake out on the big screen. More →
Following the success of Daredevil earlier this year, Marvel fans are desperate for more information on the rest of the Netflix series set to launch in the coming months. We know that Jessica Jones will hit the streaming service before the end of the year, but on Wednesday, we got a sneak peek at the third Marvel series coming to Netflix, courtesy of Heroic Hollywood. More →
It didn’t take long for Marvel’s reign at the box office to convince TV executives that it might be a good idea to jump on the bandwagon, but it hasn’t been as effortless of a transition as they might have imagined. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was a solid concept for ABC, yet two seasons in, many viewers are only just starting to see the potential of the series.
Still, as long as the superhero movies continue to rake in billions, the networks are going to take their chances.
At the moment, Fantastic Four is sitting at 9% on RottenTomatoes, making it one of the most critically panned comic book films in history. Unless the score starts trending upwards any time soon, Fox’s Fantastic Four reboot will officially be worse than 1997’s Batman & Robin in the eyes of critics.
Taking all this into consideration, it’s not surprising to see that fans of the classic comic are desperate to get the characters out of Fox’s hands. More →
As if the overwhelmingly negative reviews for Fantastic Four weren’t enough to convince you to see another movie this weekend, the director himself has piled on as well with a proclamation of his own. Last night, Josh Trank took to Twitter to express his frustration with the final product hitting theaters this weekend, but within moments, the tweet was gone. More →
Earlier this year, Fox announced that it was interested in bringing the X-Men franchise to television. Fox entertainment chairman Gary Newman said at the time that he was “cautiously optimistic” about the deal with Marvel, but that it would still be a while before the studio turned its focus to the creative side of things.
On Thursday, our interest was reignited when Fox Television Group chairman and CEO Dana Walden told The Hollywood Reporter that an agreement might be right around the corner. More →
It’s been nearly three weeks since the last comic book movie hit theaters, which, as you all know, means we’re just about overdue for a new one. This Friday, 20th Century Fox is releasing its long-awaited reboot of the Fantastic Four franchise, bringing new actors, a new plot and much grittier tone to the Marvel universe’s most famous family.
For those of you who aren’t Marvel Comics fans, you should know that Deadpool is a foul-mouthed mercenary assassin who displays a very postmodern awareness of the fact that he’s a fictional comic book character. Because of this, he has the potential to be the funniest main character that has ever starred in his own Marvel movie, as a new teaser released on Monday by 20th Century Fox reveals. More →