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Earlier this year, producer Amy Pascal put a dark cloud over “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” suggesting that following the planned sequel, the character would be bouncing out of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The team up between Marvel and Sony has always been seen as near miraculous and temporary, but now it seems like it could lasting a little bit longer. Tom Holland recently revealed there’s a ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy in the works, and now Pascal says that relationship between Sony and Marvel is going to be growing. Continue reading Producer Says ‘Venom’ & ‘Silver And Black’ Linked To MCU, Spider-Man Possibly Also Sticking Around at The Playlist.
Ever since 20th Century Fox released the severely botched “Fantastic Four” reboot in 2015, fans have been clamoring for Marvel to somehow scoop up the rights, and do the characters justice. And while producer Simon Kinberg has fancied doing a sequel, albeit one that is “brighter [and] funner,” Fox doesn’t seem to be in any hurry. Does that mean the time is right for Marvel to swoop in? Continue reading Marvel Has No Plans For ‘Fantastic Four’ at The Playlist.
Ever since the success of “Deadpool,” and the subsequent success of “Logan,” Marvel‘s Kevin Feige has been pressed by fans and journalists about whether or not the hugely successful comic book movie studio would ever roll the dice on an R-rated movie. The executive’s message has pretty much been consistent, crediting 20th Century Fox for taking a risk and respecting the source material, while maintaining that Marvel wasn’t in any rush to follow suit. Continue reading Kevin Feige Talks R-Rated Marvel Movies, Says ‘Venom’ Not Part Of MCU at The Playlist.
Plus a breakdown of how time works in the MCU The post Kevin Feige Teases Marvel Studios’ 10th Anniversary in 2018 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
And why Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck are the right choice for Captain Marvel The post Inside Marvel Studios: How Marvel Directors are Chosen appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
“I couldn’t deny the fact that this movie is everything I care about” The post Brie Larson on Why She Decided to Play Captain Marvel appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The unstoppable machinery of the Marvel Cinematic Universe continues on as ever: “Captain Marvel” landed its directors last week, and only this morning, reviews landed for “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2,” which opens imminently, before “Spider-Man: Homecoming” arrives in July and “Thor: Ragnarok” in the fall, then “Black Panther” February, 2018. And as these Phase Three movies arrive, the feeling increases that we’re about to hit the culmination of nearly ten years of work, as our heroes get ready to square off with Thanos (Josh Brolin) for a two-movie battle. Continue reading Kevin Feige Says The Title For ‘Avengers 4’ Is A Spoiler For ‘Infinity War’ at The Playlist.
Kevin Feige has been particularly chatty as of late. Marvel‘s movie boss has taken on a string of interviews in the past few weeks, taking the opportunity to provide updates on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including some particularly juicy comments about the ‘Avengers’ movies and where the Marvel universe as a whole might head at the conclusion of Phase 3. And while that might be the more enticing storyline, let’s begin with the (relatively) smaller piece of news. Continue reading Marvel’s ‘Avengers 4’ Won’t Shoot Alongside ‘Avengers: Infinity War,’ May End the Modern MCU at The Playlist.
It’s Friday, which means one last chance to cram as many “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2“ rumors into the calendar as humanly possible. With critics and select fans getting a first look at the film this past week, and Entertainment Weekly sharing some big updates on the movie in its Summer Movie Preview, the floodgates have opened on talking about James Gunn‘s highly anticipated sequel. Continue reading Marvel Hints At A Different ‘Guardians’ Roster In ‘Vol. 3,’ James Gunn’s Expanding Role at The Playlist.