A primer on how the characters and events depicted in Marvel's latest blockbuster fall on the overall timeline leading up to "Avengers: Infinity War."
Some superhero sidekicks are so good that they need more screen time of their own, such as Anne Hathaway’s Catwoman, Idris Elba’s Heimdall, and more.
Will they or won’t they? It looks like two “Spider-Man: Homecoming” characters won’t be getting together after all.
By Aaron Couch, The Hollywood Reporter Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is at the top of the pack for this year’s Saturn Awards Nominations, with the film bringing in 11 nominations.It was a good year for Disney in other ways as well, with Steven Spielberg’s The BFG tying Doctor Strange with 10 nominations and Captain America: Civil War recognized in eight categories. Warner Bros.’ Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them brought in six nominations. ...
Five of the remaining contenders are from the Disney family; 'Kubo and the Two Strings' could be first animated film to get a nomination in this category since 1993
Joe and Anthony Russo explain what they needed to see made it impractical to use a real suit, so what we see on screen was all added via visual effects
‘Finding Dory’ is still one of the hottest tickets of the summer (Photo: Disney/Pixar) We’re in the lazy days of summer, and that sluggishness extends all the way to the ticket booth. As the Fourth of July weekend approaches, it’s apparent that the 2016 summer movie season is off to a slow start, with tons of underachieving sequels and a few hits that seem almost obligatory (what, like you’re going to miss a Pixar or Avengers film?). As of mid-June, the summer box office was down 22 percent from last year, though Finding Dory has recently given that number a boost. In a sense, the tone for the whole year was set by March’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which brought in a ton of dough but little audience enthusiasm.
Infographic shows the most action for Captain America, Iron Man, and the Winter Soldier, while Black Widow jumped into the fewest altercations
VFX techniques that were used to create a youthful Tony Stark are now being routinely used to give actors what amounts to digital face-lifts
The superhero tentpole is assured of becoming the first title of 2016 to cross $1 billion, continuing Disney’s domination; elsewhere, Mother’s Day makes something of a comeback in its second weekend, timed to the actual holiday.
Thursday night screenings are way ahead of first night for 'Captain America: the Winter Soldier,' but about $2.5 million behind 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'
“We have a character — the Black Panther — that they’re going to do as movie. This week, Black Panther makes a spectacular entrance into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: Civil War. Played by Chadwick Boseman (42, Get On Up), Black Panther is the formidable alter ego of T’Challa, prince of the fictional African nation of Wakanda.
Like any good Hollywood war epic, the latest Captain America installment features a cast of thousands. Okay, maybe it just feels like thousands. Still, Captain America: Civil War wasn’t nicknamed Almost Avengers (or Avengers 2.5) for nothing: The threequel features a dozen different superheroes, two supervillains, and a handful of government muckety-mucks. That’s a lot to keep track of, especially for the casual fan.
The Avengers are on the move. Many of Marvel’s biggest superheroes are reconvening in this Friday’s sequel Captain America: Civil War. That means the movie’s superstar cast — including Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., and Anthony Mackie — have been crossing the globe to get fans ready for the movie’s high-powered rumble. Click through to get a peek at their international press tour
What happens when you cross superheroes and Hot Wheels? You get awesome “character cars.” Mattel’s toy-vehicle division has been rolling these mashups off the assembly line for years now, typically timed to a Disney, Star Wars, or DC blockbuster. And the mini-autos maker didn’t disappoint when it comes to Captain America: Civil War.
Third film focused on Marvel character who's also part of 'The Avengers' currently projected to score fifth-biggest debut ever at U.S. box office
Hollywood Reporter: Ethical questions divide the Avengers in Marvel’s latest big-screen extravaganza, which delivers the fan-pleasing goods
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice isn’t just the first cinematic meeting between the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight — it’s also the initial step in a Warner Bros.-DC plan to create an extended franchise to parallel the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). BvS not only spends time setting up a fight between Ben Affleck’s Batman and Henry Cavill’s Superman, but also devotes some of its energy to establishing characters who’ll factor into future movies: Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Ezra Miller’s Flash, Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, and Ray Fisher’s Cyborg. The latter three are briefly spied in Zack Snyder’s film to set up the planned all-star Justice League team-up late next year.
Spider-Man has joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and our first glimpse of the webslinger (a.k.a., 'Underoos') has arrived