Why are Captain America and Thor kissing? What does Vin Diesel want to see Groot do in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2? Would Back to the Future writer Bob Gale want to tackle Booster Gold? Does the new issue of Guardians of the Galaxy make fun of the Star Wars prequels? What can we expect from Captain America and Falcon’s relationship in Civil War? Get all that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »
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A bunch of Marvel characters have shown up at Disneyland so far, including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, and Guardians of the Galaxy‘s Star-Lord and Gamora. But it looks like another new superhero will be coming to Walt Disney’s original theme park in the near future: Spider-Man. Thats right, the webslinger will be appearing in Disneyland park as part of a new Marvel Super Hero HQ area launching in “Tomorrowland Expo Center” (formerly Innoventions). Get more details abut the new Marvel Super Hero HQ, see what the Spider-Man Disneyland Meet-and-Greet will look like, and learn what other superheroes and exhibits you should expect to find there, after the jump.
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Yesterday, Marvel Studios announced a bunch of changes and additions to their release calendar. Among the announcements were an Ant-Man sequel titled Ant-Man and the Wasp set for 2018, new release dates for Black Panther and Captain Marvel and three yet-to-be-announced Marvel movies scheduled for 2020. So the question I’ve been getting over the last 24 hours is this: What does Marvel Studios have planned for 2020?
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We’re now completely through two phases of the Marvel cinematic universe with Ant-Man just completing the second phase this past summer. And next summer will bring the beginning of Phase Three in Captain America: Civil War on May 6th, 2016.
And since we’ve gone through three years and six Marvel movies, maybe your memory of the films of Phase One is starting to get a little hazy. If that’s the case, why not check out this 10-minute Marvel Phase One retrospective that begins with Iron Man in 2008 and runs up through the assemble of The Avengers on the big screen for the first time in 2012. Read More »
One of the biggest story arcs to hit Marvel Comics was Civil War, an event that had an impact on the entire Marvel universe from 2006-2007. And that’s why Marvel Studios making Captain America: Civil War is such a big deal to fans of the cinematic universe.
However, it seems that some haven’t figured out, or maybe just haven’t heard, that the movie will not be taking the primary catalyst for the conflict that arises between Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) and Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) from the comic books and bringing it to the big screen.
The Civil War comic book conflict comes when superheroes are divided by something called the Superhero Registration Act, forcing any superhero to reveal their identities to the public and be put into a database for all to see. But the Captain America Civil War superhero registration plot element isn’t being used. So what’s the story? Read More »
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In today’s edition of Star Wars Bits:
- See what Chewbacca looks like without hair.
- Watch the Disney Infinity Star Wars Twilight of the Republic trailer.
- See some of the best art from the Star Wars Art Awakens contest so far.
- A new image from Star Wars Rebels season 2 and information on the 2015 New York Comic Con presentation.
- Han Solo’s past finally confirmed or debunked in issue #8 of Marvel’s Star Wars comic book.
- Two new spoiler-free synopses for Star Wars: The Force Awakens reference books
- What is the X-Wing Squadron called in Star Wars: The Force Awakens?
- And your chance to bid on special artist-painted Stormtrooper Helmets to benefit Star Wars: Force For a Change‘s UNICEF efforts.
All that and more in today’s Star Wars Bits. Hit the jump to hyperspace.
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Now that Phase Two is complete, fans of the Marvel cinematic universe have their eyes set on Phase Three, which kicks off with Captain America: Civil War next March. And this particular sequel is even more exciting than most, because our favorite superheroes will be fighting each other this time.
However, we haven’t really heard much about who will take what side when Captain America and Iron Man come to blows over something called the Sokovia Accords, which seems to be some kind of form of the Superhero Registration Act from the comics, or at least a type of government oversight for the Avengers. But a new rumor has pinpointed where our heroes’ loyalties lie, including Spider-Man.
Find out the roster of Captain America Civil War teams after the jump, but obviously, beware of spoilers! Read More »
Even though the newest edition of Grand Theft Auto is always something that gets people excited, like any other video game, it gets old after awhile. Sometimes not even expansion packs can make it much more exciting.
However, there are gamers out there who are much more skilled with computers than the average gamer, and they craft some pretty awesome mods to be thrown into a game like Grand Theft Auto V. For example, JulioNIB, who has been creating mods for the video game franchise for a few years now, has been working in an Iron Man suit that allows you to fly around Los Santos, shooting repulsor beams from the character’s hands and chest.
Watch the Grand Theft Auto Iron Man mod after the jump! Read More »
Posted on Thursday, July 23rd, 2015 by Angie Han
In less than a decade, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has gone from an ambitious pipe dream to an inescapable box-office juggernaut. Now, as Ant-Man brings Phase Two to a close, we wanted to take a look back at the twelve films released so far. Which soared? Which fell flat on their faces? After the jump, get our rundown of all twelve films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe ranked.
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