Marvel Studios are planning to begin filming on the sequel to Black Panther in July next year, according to reports.
Marvel Studios' Victoria Alonso says the studio are going to take their time to figure out how to proceed with Black Panther.
EXCLUSIVE: In what is sure to be one of the bigger directing jobs to be taken off the table in recent months, we are hearing that Nia DaCosta, who directed the anticipated reboot of Candyman, has been tapped as director on Marvel's sequel to Captain Marvel. Disney and Marvel Studios had no comment. DaCosta takes over […]
The 38-year-old revealed that he had suffered “mini-panic attacks” while filming 2010 indie film Puncture.
Iron Man 2 may have set up the MCU, but it had a troubled production. Here's what went wrong behind-the-scenes.
'Captain America' star Chris Evans says he is "going to take my foot off the gas" on social media ahead of launching his political website, A Starting Point.
Director Destin Daniel Cretton has self-isolated under the recommendation of a doctor.
Over 500 films, more than 350 series and a slate of 26 exclusive Disney+ Originals will all be available on Disney’s new streaming service from day one.
Owen Wilson has joined the cast of Loki, with various outlets confirming that he will be a major character in the upcoming Disney+ series.
When Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige announced that he was heading south of the equator to attend CCXP in Sao Paulo, there were rumblings of what he would unveil for phase four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When the panel started, the crowd, once again, erupted with an ovation that rivals Hall H — and […]
Descendants 3 star Dove Cameron wants to play Gwen Stacy opposite Tom Holland on screen.
Marvel Entertainment had issues with diversity before Kevin Feige and Iger put the team in its place.
Amid the breakup between Sony and Marvel, star Tom Holland also weighed in on the future of the web-slinger.
Stan Lee's daughter has some strong words for Disney in the wake of the Spider-Man dispute.
Disney hasn’t killed Spider-Man, but they’ve at least left him mortally wounded. It was announced last night, to cries of horror and threats of boycott from Marvel Universe fans, that the pre-existing deal between Spider-Man rights holders Sony and Disney, the home of the Marvel Universe, was to be scrapped, meaning no more Spider-Man/Marvel Universe crossovers, the abandonment of Avengers-adjacent stories set up in this summer’s Spider-Man: Far from Home, and an uncertain future for Tom Holland’s superhero.According to Deadline, Disney wanted to change the financial particulars of the deal, suggesting they and Sony implement a 50/50 co-financing agreement moving forward, which Sony baulked at, as it would reportedly cut into their profits.
Sony Pictures has gone public over its divorce with Disney on future "Spider-Man" projects. In a rare public rebuke to Disney, Sony announced Tuesday night that it was "disappointed" over the decision, highlighting Disney's refusal to allow Marvel President Kevin Feige to continue as a producer on the projects. It also praised Feige, who teamed […]