Avengers 4 runtime

How long does it take to defeat Thanos? If director Joe Russo is to be believed, the answer might be three full hours.

That’s the current runtime of Avengers 4, next year’s Marvel Studios team-up that Russo is co-directing with his brother Anthony. In a new Q&A, Joe offered some updates about their progress on the massively-anticipated sequel. Will the film actually stay at the three hour mark? Read More »

quantum realm

From the moment the Quantum Realm was introduced in 2015’s Ant-Man, it was clear it was going to play an important role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Now Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige is teasing the Quantum Realm’s involvement in the future of the MCU, and while the implications are obvious for Avengers 4 and maybe even another Ant-Man movie, there’s also the possibility that it could factor in to the Marvel shows on Disney’s streaming service as well.
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Avengers 4 release date

Avengers: Infinity War was originally set to hit theaters in the United States this past May, about a week after it opened in many international markets, but Disney ended up shifting the superhero sequel’s domestic release date to match the international one. Will they make a similar change to the Avengers 4 release date? Read More »

Mondo Marvel show

It’s been 10 years since Marvel Studios changed Hollywood forever, and the folks at Mondo Gallery have been there from the beginning to mark new releases with memorable and often jaw-dropping artwork.

To celebrate the first decade of Marvel Studios’ cinematic exploits, Mondo Gallery has announced a brand new show called Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years which will take place in Austin next month. Learn more about the upcoming Mondo Marvel art show below.
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avengers 4 ending

While we know little about the plot — or even the title — of Avengers 4, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has offered us a new hint at what to expect with at the end of climactic superhero sequel. And it’s an Avengers 4 ending befitting a movie that we’ve been building up to for 10-plus years and 21 Marvel movies.

Warning: Spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War follow.

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infinity war thanos

Avengers: Infinity War left fans wondering where the Marvel Cinematic Universe could go next, especially given the high body count. But the survivors at the end of the film could give you a hint. Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige revealed what the Infinity War survivors could mean for Avengers 4.

Major spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War follow.

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All-Female Marvel

Over a decade into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we’ll be getting our first solo female superhero movie. Next year’s Captain Marvel will be a breath of fresh air after years of heroes played by white guys named Chris, but she — and the rest of the Marvel women — remain severely outnumbered. And Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige admits that it’s time for a change.

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marvel 10 years

Gold is usually reserved for 50-year anniversaries, but we’ll let it slide for Marvel Studios. The studio is celebrating an unlikely 10-year anniversary that began all the way back with Iron Man in 2008 — a movie that no one expected to launch a cinematic universe spanning 10 years and 19 movies. But jump forward to 2018, and here we are: there’s a brand spanking new anniversary website and collection of posters to celebrate Marvel’s first 10 years.

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Captain Marvel Agent Coulson

It’s been six years since we’ve seen Agent Phil Coulson on screen in a Marvel Studios movie, but we’ll soon get a chance to see a younger version of the character in the upcoming Captain Marvel, which is a prequel set in the 1990s. Now actor Clark Gregg is talking about where we’ll find Coulson when the new movie hits next year. Read his full Captain Marvel Agent Coulson quote below. Read More »

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avengers movies

The Marvel Cinematic Universe will be forever changed after Avengers 4 hits theaters in 2019, except for one thing: there will always be Avengers movies. The culmination of the first three phases of the MCU may be reaching its conclusion in the next Avengers film, but that doesn’t mean it’s the end of the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. That is, not if Disney has anything to say about it.

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