After playing two different Marvel characters on screen over the span of almost 15 years, Chris Evans has a lot of Marvel memories, as he recently revealed to The Hollywood Reporter’s Awards Chatter podcast.
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We’re seen a lot of Iron Man-related concept art, probably due to all the artistic decisions that go into crafting his various suits. Recently, Marvel artist Phil Saunders gave fans a closer peek at an impressive Iron Man armor, the Mark 40, which was seen briefly near the end of Iron Man 3 along with Tony Stark’s Iron Legion group of suits.
Marvel Studios concept artist Ryan Meinerding is at it again – this time, with homemade Spidey suits! Meinerding has offered a wealth of resources online over the last several months. By posting concept art on his social media pages, fans can sneak a peek behind the MCU’s intricate creative process.
It’s Trivia Tuesday! Which of the below characters did Stan Lee co-create?
The New Mutants has had one roller-coaster of a ride to the big screen – and with the announcement of a new release date by Disney, it seems the movie’s wild journey to theaters is coming to an end soon. We hope!
Time to put down the phone/turn off the TV/close the computer and get back to basics (after you read this article, of course). We’re talking about entertainment that’s not digital or battery-powered – AND, it celebrates Stan The Man, to boot!
Over the last 18 years, three actors have taken up the mantle of Spider-Man in live action films – Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland. During a ComicBook.com Quarantine Watch Party of Into the Spider-Verse, producer Chris Miller shared that they had devised an “ambitious tag” involving all three actors and Spider-Ham (John Mulaney), which didn’t end up getting the green light.
Ryan Meinerding, Marvel Studios Head of Visual Development, has been a rich source of unseen MCU concept art recently – from an alternate Doctor Strange design to a special Iron Man poster to young Thanos and beyond. This time, he’s sharing a design he created for Iron Man’s suitcase suit (the Mark V) in the second Iron Man flick.
What appropriate news for May the 4th! Marvel writer/director (and Oscar winner for 2019’s Jojo Rabbit) Taika Waititi is officially directing and co-writing a new Star Wars movie!