In your FACE America. The UK will still be getting Avengers: Infinity War earlier than the rest of the world, despite last week's international release date shift.
With 'Black Panther' marking Marvel Studio's eighteenth cinema release, which are the studio's best and worst superhero movies?
If Disney does indeed buy Fox, allowing their characters to appear in Marvel Studios films, is this necessarily a good thing?
The numbers are in, and 'Thor: Ragnarok' has hauled in an impressive a sterling $121 million on its opening weekend in the US.
At a time when many blockbuster franchises are sputtering — the domestic gross for this year’s “Pirates of Caribbean” sequel fell 29 percent from the last installment’s, while “Transformers: The Last Knight” fell a staggering 47 percent — the Marvel Cinematic Universe has continued to dominate at the box office. This weekend, the 17th film in the series, “Thor: Ragnarok,” earned the biggest opening at the box office in two months: a $121 million domestic start and a running global total of $427 million. With that result, the MCU has now made $5 billion in lifetime domestic grosses — and $13 billion worldwide since “Iron Man” launched the series nearly a decade ago.
Chris Hemsworth's third solo adventure, directed by Taika Waititi, gets 100% Rotten Tomatoes rating from first reviews.
Chris Hemsworth reveals the line - already a fan favourite - was the suggestion of a young fan from the Make-A-Wish foundation.
Taika Waititi provides our first photographic evidence that Hopkins will be back as Odin in the upcoming Marvel sequel.
What the final scenes of the newly released superhero movie may mean for both the MCU, and Sony's Spider-verse.
Venom is one of the biggest villains in the Spider-Man franchise, but Tom Holland’s superhero character will not appear in the upcoming “Venom” film, Variety has learned. Following much fan speculation that Holland’s Spider-Man would perhaps be involved in Tom Hardy’s “Venom,” Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige shot down those rumors, speaking with Variety at the... Read more »
British writer-director explains why he walked away from the 2015 Marvel movie with Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas.
Tom Rothman is betting the film will reinvigorate his studio's biggest asset — thanks in large part to a deal with Marvel by his predecessor.