Articles Posted in the " marvel cinematic universe " Category

  • We May Finally Be Getting That Black Widow Movie

    I’ve done twelve years of waiting in Azkaban for this, and it may actually become a reality. Kevin Feige says Black Widow could get her own solo film. The news comes on the heels of a rather impressive domestic opening (and it’s only Friday!) for Captain America: Civil War, during which Natasha Romanov (aka Black Widow) plays […]


  • Marvel’s Fake News Channel Investigates The World The Hero Leaves Behind

    WHIH NewsFront, Marvel’s fake news channel’s youtube, first appeared during promotions for Ant-Man now it’s back to remind audiences of the issue at the heart of Captain America: Civil War. The Youtube channel features Christine Everhart (Leslie Bibb), seen in Iron Man 1 and Iron Man 2, who investigates and interviews the superheroes of the Marvel […]


  • Marvel Pulls Inhumans from Movie Schedule

    Inhumans, which was slotted to air July 12, 2019 as part of Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase III, has been shuffled down the schedule. Problem is, we don’t know how far down it’s been moved. The news of it being pulled from the schedule may come as no surprise to some people, especially considering this isn’t the […]


  • Laura Harrier and Tony Revolori Cast as Spider-Man’s Classmates!

    There’s new casting news for the upcoming Marvel/Sony Spider-Man movie! Laura Harrier and Tony Revolori are set to join Tom Holland, Marisa Tomei, and Zendaya in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Deadline reports that Tony Revolori (The Grand Budapest Hotel, Dope)  has been cast as Peter Parker’s high school nemesis – but apparently he’s not Flash Thompson and […]







  • “Captain America: Civil War” Might As Well Be Called Avengers 3

    Marvel Studios announced today that they had commenced principal photography on Captain America: Civil War, at Pinewood Studios in Atlanta, GA. The production is set to shoot on location in Atlanta, as well as Germany, Puerto Rico, and Iceland, and is due to be released in the US on May 6, 2016. After reviewing the current […]