Iron Man 3 is conquering the world right now, kicking off Marvel's Phase Two in grand style, so thoughts naturally turn to the big end-game of this latest cycle from the super-studio.
Warner Bros. have released a new banner poster for Zack Snyder's Superman reboot, Man Of Steel.
After talking up a storm about Marvel's Phase Two, which has opened to great success with Iron Man 3's monster box office, Kevin Feige has more to say on Phase Three. Namely, that he still wants to get the master of mysticism, Doctor Strange, on the big screen.
Iron Man 3 continues to dominate the box office charts, all before even opening in several key markets, so Marvel Studios are enjoying the extra attention by unloading a stack of new developments from their upcoming slate.
Last year's Chronicle took the formulaic found-footage idea, spun it on its axis, and gave the viewers a playfully entertaining live-action version of 1988's Akira. This reinvigorating entry to both the found-footage and the superhero genres was directed by newcomer Josh Trank, who is working his way up the superhero chain with his second directorial stint, by tackling the reboot of the much defamed Fantastic Four movies.
Man of Steel is transforming into one of Summer 2013's major movie events, every piece of marketing builds on the anticipation, and is reaching fever pitch as we get closer to release.
A week ago Joss Whedon hinted at what new additions to earth's mightiest heroes he would be including in the sequel. Whedon said that his first draft of the script contained "two of my favorite characters from the comic book, a brother/sister act".
After a batch or two of less than revealing set photos, the latest shots from Captain America: The Winter Soldier are far more illuminating, including our first look at Anthony Mackie's Falcon.
Shane Black, whose writing credits include the Lethal Weapon series, as well as the 2005 breakthrough hit Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang, has announced that he is still on board to adapt all-round pulp magazine hero Doc Savage. Black's second directing job is Iron Man 3 - 2013's first major blockbuster - which hit cinemas nationwide this week.
Director/writer of The Avengers. God-King to comic book fans. Bushy gingerbearded nerd-gent. One of these descriptions probably comes to mind when you think of Joss Whedon. Speaking at the Iron Man 3 premiere, he conﬁrmed that he had just ﬁnished the ﬁrst draft of his script for The Avengers 2. When asked if the success of the ﬁrst ﬁlm (which earned $1.5 billion worldwide) had any effect on his writing of the sequel, he replied: "I try not to think of it as topping 'The Avengers,' I try to think of this as its own movie."