The "Iron Man" architects — who previously reunited for a surprise cameo in this summer's hit "Spider-Man: Homecoming" — are together again on the set of the fourth "Avengers" film
'Spider-Man: Homecoming" stars Tom Holland, Jacob Batalon, Zendaya, and Laura Harrier chat with Yahoo Movies about Peter Parker's relationships in new film
The cast and filmmakers have been posting a steady stream of set photos that offer tantalizing glimpses as the stars and the sets. We collected the best of the bunch here for you to flip through.
Photos of Tom Holland, Robert Downey Jr., Zendaya, and more from the Hollywood red carpet premiere of 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' at TCL Chinese Theatre
Only Robert Downey Jr. could assemble this many new Avengers. After Downey answered some Facebook Live questions from Avengers: Infinity War headquarters (AKA the Atlanta) set, Marvel Studios released a behind-the-scenes featurette (watch above) touting it upcoming mega-teamup, and it confirmed a few rumors and will surely provide fodder for a few more.
In an upcoming promotional video released for her fashion line, Draper James, Witherspoon reveals how she earned the nickname “Wreath Witherspoon” and gets a little cheeky by giving other celebrities holiday monikers of her own. Find out what festive nicknames she’s given to Sandra Bullock, Oprah Winfrey, Kristen Bell, Elle Macpherson and Robert Downey Jr. Founded in 2015, Draper James is a nod to Witherspoon’s Southern heritage and two of the greatest influences in her life — her grandmother, Dorothea Draper, and her grandfather, William James Witherspoon.
Every year, for maybe the past decade, someone comes out with a profile on Lindsay Lohan, asking the question: Can she finally make a comeback? Why is it so many other stars are able to bounce back from scandal and make the world love them again, but Lohan can’t?
As his latest turn as Tony Stark helps give Marvel another blockbuster success with 'Captain America: Civil War,' we revisit his evolution in photos from red carpet events going back to 1984 through some troubled years to his A-List ascent
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
On Wednesday’s "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the cast of "Captain America: Civil War" commiserated over their elaborate costumes. Except for Emily VanCamp, of course.
During the MTV Movie Awards, "Captain America" star Chris Evans was on hand to debut some new footage from Marvel’s latest movie, "Captain America: Civil War."
This weekend, Avengers: Age of Ultron smashed the box-office, making it already one of the year’s most successful movies. It’s further proof of just how far Ultron writer-director Joss Whedon has come since the ‘90s, when he was the creator of the beloved Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, a show known for its well-crafted group dynamics, unexpected bursts of mid-catastrophe comedy, and zingy references to movies, TV, and books. If those elements seem familiar to Marvel fans, it’s because Whedon’s brought many of them to the Avengers films — especially those smartly placed one-liners: In Age of Ultron, the characters riff on everything from cartoon characters to highbrow literature to the Bible.
Marvel fans got a debriefing Monday as “Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe” aired on ABC, offering an in-depth look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe to date in anticipation of their next big-screen adventure, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” The special traced the history of one of Hollywood’s most creative (and lucrative) production companies, from the big gamble that ended up being a big payoff, “Iron Man” (2008), through next month’s “Captain America” sequel and a sneak peek at this summer’s “Guardians of the Galaxy" and, finally, a tease of next year’s mega-mashup, "Avengers: Age of Ultron,” including a first look at new characters Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver. "Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe" served as something of a giant-sized, trivia-filled demo reel of everything the studio has offered to date. 1. No one wanted to write “Iron Man.” The first two films out the gate were “The Incredible Hulk” (2008) and, of course, the original “Iron Man,” still considered by many to be the best Marvel Studios movie to date that isn’t “The Avengers.” "We were tasked with doing two movies right off the bat," said Marvel producer Kevin Feige.