Just last week, it was announced that the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel was officially happening. And now we may know of a new Spidey joining the team!
Marvel’s Helstrom has added a familiar face: Daniel Cudmore, who played Colossus in a number of X-Men movies, including X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, and X-Men: Days of Future Past.
With little news on the MCU front, we’re turning our attention to the Distinguished Competition—in this case, The Batman! Both Andy Serkis and Colin Farrell are in talks to join the cast in the roles of Alfred and The Penguin, respectively.
It’s one thing to battle alongside your favorite superheroes in VR. It’s another thing to venture behind the scenes and ask some of the creative minds behind the experience questions! Well, Marvel is bringing fans both with a behind the scenes look at the new VR experience Avengers: Damage Control.
Marvel Studios and producer Kevin Feige have had such an unbroken string of hit movies over the last 10+ years that nothing else in the history of entertainment is comparable. So, what is the secret to the success of both the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
Recently, pictures popped up on Reddit showing a Daily Bugle newspaper displayed in a character meet-and-greet section of Disney’s California Adventure. The main headline announces that Avengers HQ has been destroyed and asks where Spider-Man was during the attack. But a smaller story above the headline reads: Hell’s Kitchen Helps Harlem Hero: Lawyers Defend Vigilante.
In a recent interview, Deadpool director Tim Miller discussed what his plans were for Deadpool 2 before he left the project to direct Terminator: Dark Fate. He dropped a number of alternate concepts that could have been in the movie, including the possible inclusion of a member of the Fantastic Four!
In honor of Halloween, we’ve compiled some pictures of Stan dressed up in a variety of garbs for a variety of different occasions. None of which were actually Halloween, to be honest. And a lot were for cameos.
In honor of Halloween, we thought we’d take a look back at some iconic Marvel horror characters that were co-created by Stan Lee.
In a new video on The Daily Bugle, fan favorite Spidey-hater J. Jonah Jameson went on another breathless tirade against the web head – and called Mysterio the “greatest superhero of all time.”