When Daredevil hits Netflix on April 10 we’ll see just what Marvel’s first foray into streaming television really looks like. But a set of “motion posters” advertising the show has steadily shown us more details of this take on New York’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood, and the blind hero who patrols its streets at night.
The latest Daredevil motion poster is packed with small details — the show’s major characters all make appearances, and there are plenty of little background details to pore over. “Little” ones, like Avengers tower. And, more importantly, is that a reflection of Daredevil’s red suit, or at least a different suit than the one we’ve seen? Looks like it could be, perhaps. Read More »
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Normally we only cover comic books peripherally but, when a company like Marvel reveals they’re going to be ending almost three dozen comics as a result of a new storyline, we figure it’s worth noting.
Speaking to ComicBook.com, Marvel’s SVP of Sales & Marketing David Gabriel confirmed they’ll be bringing 33 different comics to a conclusion as a result of Secret Wars, their massive crossover event which will change the Marvel Comics universe as they know it. What are the 33 Marvel Comics ending? Find out below. Read More »
In official images from two upcoming Marvel properties, we’re not seeing things that we’re used to seeing with the characters. There’s Netflix’s Daredevil, where we’ve see Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox) in a simple, black costume. Then there’s Fox’s Fantastic Four, where the characters have so far been seen in functional, flexible suits. The link between the two is that neither project features the primary costumes we know from the comic books: the red Daredevil suit and the brighter blue Fantastic Four outfits with a big “4” on the chest.
Well, according to people involved with both projects, all those costumes will be in their respective projects. And while the Daredevil suit isn’t that surprising, the Fantastic Four one is. Read more about the Daredevil and Fantastic Four movie costumes below, plus see a new motion video from Daredevil. Read More »
The first official Avengers: Age of Ultron poster was a big mess of characters and details, but the character posters are a lot more clean. It helps that the posters only have to focus on one character each — the latest features the main villain of the film, Ultron, played by James Spader. Last week, we saw Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch and Aaron Taylor Johnson as Quicksilver.
We’ll continue to post the Age of Ultron character posters as they arrive. By our count, we’re probably not just waiting on Paul Bettany as Vision. For now, see all of the released Avengers: Age of Ultron character posters below.
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The biggest question to come out of 2014’s blockbuster superhero science fiction film Guardians of the Galaxy has nothing to do with Thanos or Infinity Gems. It has to do with the end credits sequence. No, not the post credits sequence in the Collector’s museum, but the fun sequence at the front of the credits involving potted baby Groot dancing to the Jackson Five’s “I Want You Back”. So the question is: why didn’t baby Groot want Drax to see him dancing? He froze every time Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista) looked over. Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn finally gives us an answer.
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Among the 20 titles that will consist of the newly announced Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens, one that stood out was a prequel comic book. It would reportedly be told from the perspective of C-3PO and take place immediately after the events of Return of the Jedi. Well, that comic now has a title, release window and first image. The comic is called Star Wars: Shattered Empire and it’ll be out in September. See the full cover of the Force Awakens prequel comic below. Read More »
Less than a month remains until the world gets to meet Daredevil. The first Netflix Marvel show premieres April 10 and looks better and better with every single trailer.
We already know all about the major cast members, such as Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock, Vincent D’Onofrio as Kingpin, Rosario Dawson, Elden Henson and Scott Glenn. But Wednesday, Marvel announced six supporting characters and actors who had yet to be revealed. The actors are Rob Morgan, Matt Gerald, Peter Shinkodaas, Wai Ching Ho, Nikolai Nikolaeff and Gideon Emery. Read about the Daredevil supporting characters below. Read More »
At the end of the latest Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer, we got a glimpse at the newest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Vision. But who is Vision? Is he hero or villain, or both?
Read on to learn about Vision and figure out how he might fit into the Avengers of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Posted on Monday, March 9th, 2015 by Angie Han
After years of chatter, Marvel finally confirmed last year that Captain Marvel would become part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Exactly how and when she’ll make her first appearance is unclear, but we now know one thing for sure: it won’t be in Guardians of the Galaxy 2.
Director James Gunn said as much this weekend. And while we’re at it, he downplayed talk of Venom‘s potential involvement as well. Read the Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Captain Marvel comments after the jump. Read More »