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The Walt Disney Co. has further postponed its next mega-movies from Marvel, including “Black Widow,” while also postponing Steven Spielberg's “West Side Story” a full year in the company's latest recalibration due to the pandemic.
Two decades ago Tuesday, the first big Marvel superhero comic book movie, “X-Men” went into wide release in the U.S. Here’s a look at all 77 feature-length Marvel comics feature films:
Warner Bros. and DC Comics are releasing films featuring their two most popular big-screen characters of the moment (Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn), Valiant Comics is finally seeing one of its heroes hit the big screen (Bloodshot), and Venom hopes to best its previous movie’s $856 million worldwide haul in a sequel that looks to be a lot bloodier.
Spider-Man won’t be leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe anytime soon. After a public fallout last month, Sony Pictures Entertainment and The Walt Disney Studios have found a way to work together.
Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige is teaming up with Lucasfilm to develop a new “Star Wars” film.
Natalie Portman is Thor, Mahershala Ali is Blade and more from Marvel’s Phase 4 Comic-Con extravaganza.
This is a journey about Peter surrendering to his destiny, leaning in to what it means to be a “superhero” in the wake of the Avengers. If “Into the Spider-Verse” explored all the different ways to be Spider-Man, “Far From Home” dives into the heart of what it means to be hero, a responsibility that isn’t always easy. Good thing Spidey is one of the best.
Sarah Finn took on the gargantuan task of casting every actor who appears in the MCU (aside from those in “The Incredible Hulk,” released a month after “Iron Man”).
A former business manager of Stan Lee has been charged with five counts of elder abuse involving the late Marvel Comics mogul.
The journey that began in “Iron Man” culminates this weekend with “Avengers: Endgame.” To celebrate the “Endgame,” take a ride with Thor and Mjolnir (his magic hammer) on a journey through the best and not-so-great moments of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
If many of us have grown up with the MCU, the films themselves have also grown more complex, like a fine wine.
Thirteen summers ago, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige was asked during a relatively small Comic-Con panel whether he could ever see his company’s characters interacting on screen. “Who knows?” Feige teased. “This is a big new experiment for Marvel. But it’s no coincidence that we have the rights to Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Cap” – and right then, before he could finish, he was interrupted by the volume of audience glee and hopeful extrapolation.
Disney has closed its $71 billion acquisition of Fox’s entertainment business, putting “Cinderella,” “The Simpsons,” “Star Wars” and “Dr. Strange” under one corporate roof.
NEW YORK – “Captain Marvel,” Marvel Studios’ first female-fronted superhero movie, launched with $153 million domestically and $455 million globally, according to studio estimates Sunday, making it one of the biggest blockbusters ever led by a woman. Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers, a character who first debuted in Marvel Comics in 1968, had never before made it into the movies and was previously lesser known than many Marvel heroes. But “Captain Marvel,” which came in at the high end of the Walt Disney Co.’s expectations, ranks as one of Marvel’s most successful character debuts. Only “The Avengers” movies, “Black Panther,” “Captain America: Civil War” and “Iron Man 3” have opened better in the Marvel cinematic universe.
Academy-award winner Larson is every bit as tough, empowering and even slyly funny as expected, but what’s unfortunately lacking is the unexpected. Even though “Captain Marvel” hits all the right notes, you can’t help but feel like we’ve heard this one before, for better or for worse.
In a major change, Rotten Tomatoes will no longer allow users to post audience reviews before a film hits. Users will now have to wait until a movie’s actual release to review and rate a film. The moves are aimed to stem the influence of racist and sexist online trolls who drive down the ratings of movies before they’re released.
“Life Support,” by George Tricker, opens Friday and runs through Feb. 24.
From 2014 to February 2019, Wilson penned “Ms. Marvel” starring Kamala Khan, Marvel’s first Muslim character to headline her own comic book.
Stan Lee, the reinventor of the comic book, died Monday at the ripe old age of 95. Comic books get a bad rap, although not nearly as bad as they used to. There was a time when comic books were the cause of an all-out moral panic. After the release of psychiatrist Fred Wertham’s book “The Seduction of the Innocent” in 1954, the Senate held hearings to grapple with the alleged moral rot of comics, which were supposedly fueling juvenile delinquency and moral degeneracy. Batman and Robin, you see, were secretly gay. Superman was an un-American ersatz fascist.
Stan Lee’s name became synonymous with the company that would become Marvel Comics, which he joined as a teenage assistant and stayed with for much of his adult life.