Chris Evans needs to clarify something about that Avengers 4 end-of-production tweet. The actor seemingly made his goodbyes to Steve Rogers/Captain America, a character he’s played now for more than seven years, but he didn’t intend that to be confirmation of his character’s death.
Brie Larson stars in Marvel's first female-led superhero saga "Captain Marvel." Here, a first look.
The crew behind the year's most shocking scene explain how they pulled it off. Plus, inside details of Cap's beard, Thor's ax, and those spacy visuals.
The "SNL" Emmy nominee speaks for all of us when she asks of the film's ending: "That's how it f*cking ends? Are you f*cking serious right now?"
The Vision actor explains how he shot his final scene in the blockbuster film and reveals what it has been like being part of the MCU from the outset.
Watch the all-star filmmakers behind the MCU's biggest blockbusters join together for a roundtable discussion on their collaborative story-telling process.
One of the major questions heading into "Ant-Man and the Wasp" was how director Peyton Reed and company would handle the standalone film’s events in relation to the seismic events of Marvel's last blockbuster, "Avengers: Infinity War."
Marvel Studios is taking a 10th-anniversary victory lap before signing off for the rest of year in the form of "Ant-Man and the Wasp," the small-scale but mightily enjoyable sequel to the 2015 blockbuster.
Last we saw Red Skull, he was making a shocking cameo in Avengers: Infinity War. Enslaved by the Infinity Stones to serve as protector of the Soul Stone, Captain America’s old nemesis guided Thanos to the location of the powerful gem, which exacted a gut-wrenching price for its possession. As one of its coveted convention exclusives, Hasbro is offering a deluxe 6-inch Red Skull action figure, accessorized with the Tesseract, aka Space Stone aka Cosmic Cube, which he wielded in Captain America: The First Avenger and which powered his Hydra army.
"Ant-Man and the Wasp" director Peyton Reed embraces the descriptions of Marvel's latest as "one if its lightest."
We went through all 18 films and sleuthed out the clues to come up with the ultimate timeline of events leading up to the blockbuster.
It's been a surprisingly strong year for quality films — and, yes, we're including "Solo" in the mix. See what else makes the midway cut.
From the blockbusters "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Black Panther" to the underachieving "Solo" and "Tomb Raider," these are the notable hits and misses midway through 2018.
Years ago, in a Marvel comic, the Mad Titan took a joy ride in a whirlybird. Mattel is recreating the machine for sale at San Diego Comic-Con.
In their first-ever tweet, “Avengers: Infinity War” directors Joe and Anthony Russo took offense to a joke Ryan Reynolds made at Thanos’ expense when promoting his own Marvel film, “Deadpool 2.”
Screenwriter Stephen McFeely accepts the blame for Tom Holland's opening night blunder.
"Avengers: Infinity War" writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely talk about major changes they made to the film along the way.
"Avengers: Infinity War" screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely admit that sometimes a shot is better suited for a film's marketing.
Cast members of that all-star comic book blockbuster, "Avengers: Infinity War" were challenged to an unofficial game of "Win, Lose or Draw" in which they had to sketch their Marvel-ous alter egos.
In the first episode of Foxx's new web interview series "Off Script," the Oscar winner hosts the "Black Panther" star with surprising results.
The second weekend of Disney-Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” is heading for $115 million at 4,474 North American sites, while the opening of “Overboard” will take in about $13 million, early estimates showed Friday. Should the forecasts hold, “Avengers: Infinity War” will follow up its record-breaking debut with the second-highest domestic second weekend of all time […]
The film's writers explained the bold decision of the television show's creators to give Dr. Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer) a brother (David Hyde Pierce's Dr. Niles Crane) who, instead of being an opposite to play off of, was "even more like Frasier than Frasier."