Black Panther 2 director

Excitement is ramping up for Avengers: Infinity War, and the gargantuan success of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther earlier this year has a lot to do with that. We know we’ll see T’Challa, Shuri, and a majority of the Wakandan residents again later this week as they battle Thanos’ army, but who will be at the helm the next time we return to Wakanda for a sequel to Black Panther? Will Ryan Coogler return as the Black Panther 2 director? Read what Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige had to say about that below.
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Marvel Skipping Hall H

Sorry, San Diego Comic-Con attendees: if you were hoping for that sweet, sweet Marvel Hall H action this year, you’re out of luck. The superhero movie studio is skipping SDCC in 2018, and may not announce any more new movies until after Avengers 4 hits theaters.

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While the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is still veiled in mystery, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige hints that one of the most beloved heroes of the Marvel cosmic universe could potentially get his own solo movie. That’s right, a Nova movie could be next, guys.

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Marvel Studios Legacy Featurette

Sometimes you’ll see a trailer describe a movie’s director as a “visionary filmmaker.” That term is rarely applied to a producer, but that’s truly the best description of Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, the mega-producer who built a multi-billion cinematic empire out of his idea to make a series of blockbuster movies that feature interconnected characters and storylines.

As we continue our trip toward the release of Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel Studios has looked back on its 10 years of existence so far and appears to be feeling a little nostalgic. Today, they released a new behind-the-scenes featurette that includes interviews with the filmmakers and casts of many of the MCU’s biggest hits. Read More »

Marvel Diversity - Black Panther

One of the biggest reasons that Black Panther has been such a success at the box office (creeping up on $1 billion worldwide) is that it puts forth a cast of characters who aren’t usually seen headlining Hollywood blockbusters. For decades, studios have turned away from movies that didn’t have a white male lead because they believed that they weren’t as big of a box office draw. But with movies like Black Panther, audiences are starting to prove them wrong, and Marvel Studios intends to keep giving them what they want.

Kevin Feige recently talked about the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, albeit vaguely. While he wouldn’t give any specific hints as to what characters we might see come to the big screen or what direction current franchises might take, he did say that they would continue to bring diversity and representation to the comic book movie scene. Read More »

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Avengers: Infinity War threatens to change the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it. We just don’t know how.

We have an inkling though, judging by interviews from stars like Robert Downey Jr., and ominous fan theories scattered throughout the internet. Now, the latest cryptic interview from Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige gives a more detailed picture of Marvel characters futures.

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Black Panther Soundtrack

With Black Panther already pulling in over $930.7 million at the box office so far, it was a foregone conclusion that there will be a sequel for the superhero king of Wakanda sometime in Marvel’s future. Thankfully, Kevin Feige has finally confirmed that Black Panther 2 will absolutely be happening. Furthermore, he also talked about the possibility of seeing certain characters from Black Panther go on their own adventures. Read More »

Captain Marvel Details

Black Panther is still the talk of the town, but in less than two months, Avengers: Infinity War will dominate the box office by beginning the culmination of the first 10 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But that’s just the beginning of this big screen finale. We still have Ant-Man and the Wasp arriving later this year too. But it’s the first Marvel Studios movie of 2019 that has fans even more excited.

Next year, fans will get to see Captain Marvel hit the big screen. The film takes the Marvel timeline back to the 1990 and sees Brie Larson (Room, Kong Skull Island) as the lead character, a pilot named Carol Danvers, who is endowed with alien superpowers and becomes the first superhero who Nick Fury ever encountered. Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige recently discussed what fans can expect from the first in a new franchise for Marvel Studios, and if you’re a fan of ’90s action movies, you’re gonna like the Captain Marvel details he offers up. Read More »

thanos details

The Avengers: Infinity War marketing blitz has begun, and with it comes new details about ultimate big bad Thanos. Josh Brolin‘s motion-capture Mad Titan will finally get his day in the spotlight when the mega-sequel smashes into theaters next month. Now, brand new Thanos details have arrived to provide some insight into the character.

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How did the movie industry get to this point? Why have mid-budget, adult-driven films all but vanished from the multiplexes while superhero movies and franchises reign supreme? Ben Fritz answers these questions, and more, in his addictive new book The Big Picture: The Fight for the Future of Movies.

Our The Big Picture review delves into Ben Fritz’s highly entertaining book about Hollywood in the 21st century, and highlights segments about Disney, Marvel Studios, Netflix, Sony and more.

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