Marvel's ambition shows no sign of stopping after The Avengers 2 conquers cinemas in 2015. During an extensive interview with EW, Kevin Feige discussed the studios future plans. Let's break it down, for ease of reading.
With Iron Man 3 being the first solo Marvel adventure to cross the billion dollar mark, Marvel have clearly proven themselves the new kings of summer, and so thoughts turn to the follow-up to their original smash-hit. The Avengers 2 is not due for release until 2015 but people just can't stop talking about it.
I was very disappointed last year. Like many others I found it disheartening that last year's Dredd, starring Karl Urban, proved disappointing in its box office takings. Against a budget of $45 million, the comic book film grossed only $36 million. It did have a tough draw with it being an 18 certificate, but a lack of 2D showings and next to no marketing didn't help. Queue much crying and cursing.
The extended Agents of SHIELD trailer is here and it's even better than that miniscule teaser.
This latest offically sanctioned set photo from X-Men: Days of Future Past reveals Nicholas Hoult's Hank McCoy taking a stroll through the X-Mansion's underground corridors with none other than (The) Wolverine.
The latest Man of Steel TV spot contains lots of striking, dynamic visuals and proves a lot more action-oriented than previous spots.
After a 6 second Vine-flavoured tease of the Agents of SHIELD preview, we finally have the full thing.
Marc Webb has tweeted a particularly interesting new image from The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Our first official look at Paul Giamatti as Aleksei Sytsevich, AKA Rhino.
The news that ABC have commissioned a full series of Marvel's Avengers spin-off, Agents of SHIELD, is if you believed ABC hated making money.
We have seen Superman flying towards us, parallel to us, and now this new poster shows him flying away from us. Why, Superman? Was it something we said?