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Why could Deadpool be considered twice as good as War & Peace? What did Tobey Maguire have to say about Tom Holland as Spider-Man? How many people has Iron Man killed in the Marvel cinematic universe? Why was Spider-Man recruited instead of Daredevil for Team Iron Man? All that and more in this edition of Superhero Bits. Read More »

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Last year, /Film ranked the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so that means we’re allowed to wait a few more years before we’re due for a full and proper refreshment. But with Captain America: Civil War currently in theaters, we decided we had to rank something. This is the internet and this what you do on the internet.

So we put our heads together and cast top secret votes to determine the greatest superheroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. After winnowing down the list or eligible characters to thirty names (anti-heroes, power-less sidekicks, and villains were ineligible, as was the cast of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. since almost no one on the crew watches it), we each ranked the heroes in order of preference. Those ranked higher were given a certain number of points. Those ranked lower received fewer points. Any ties were decided by a second round of voting.

And this is what we got. Feel free to express your polite disagreements and passionate opinions in the comments below.

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Defenders Avengers Crossover

Marvel Studios already brought several superhero film franchises together when they assembled The Avengers back in 2012. Now they’re getting them back together every few years with new franchises beginning and previous solo superhero franchises continuing in the years between. The same approach is coming together over at Netflix with Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist getting their own shows to lead to an assemble of The Defenders. But will the two ever meet?

Fans are hungry to see the simultaneously connected but separate worlds of Marvel’s movies and TV shows come together in a big way, and many are hoping that it will happen in the two-part sequel Avengers: Infinity War. Writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, fresh off scripting Captain America: Civil War, recently addressed the possibility of a Defenders Avengers crossover in Infinity War, and the chances don’t seem to be very high. Read More »

Captain Marvel in Avengers Infinity War

Now that Captain America: Civil War has been unleashed on audiences, fans who caught the movie last night are already looking ahead at what’s to come in Phase Three of the Marvel cinematic universe. New solo franchises will begin with Black Panther, Captain Marvel and the new Spider-Man. Others will continues with Ant-Man and the Wasp and Thor: Ragnarok, and there’s even a new hint of an Iron Man 4 at some point (though probably not in Phase Three). But the biggest part of the next phase in the MCU is the two-part sequel that is The Avengers: Infinity War.

Anthony & Joe Russo recently confirmed that the two films are different enough from one another that they’ll be renaming the movies so they’re not simply called The Avengers: Infinity War Part I and Part II. Now the directing duo has confirmed (accidentally) that Captain Marvel will be part of the sequels. Plus, a new interview has the brothers teasing the effect Infinity War will have on the MCU.

Find out how the Russo brothers slipped up about Captain Marvel in Avengers Infinity War after the jump. Read More »

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Captain America: Civil War does a pretty great job of getting audiences pumped for the coming onslaught of Marvel Phase Three movies, capped off by Avengers: Infinity War – Part 1 and Part 2 in 2018 and 2019. But prepare to adjust your expectations ever so slightly. Directors Joe and Anthony Russo say the films will probably change their titles, to reflect the fact that they’re two completely different movies and not a single movie broken into two parts.  Read More »

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