The first poster for Thor: The Dark World is here! Take a look and get ready for next week's teaser trailer release!
Marvel's Phase One arrives in stores today, but the studio's already looking ahead to Phase Two with excellent imagery from Captain America, Guardians, Ant-Man and Thor: The Dark World as well as important dates.
The latest issue of Empire magazine offers fans a superhero preview for 2013, boasting new images from Man of Steel, The Wolverine and Kick-Ass 2. Also, J.J. Abrams talks a little bit about Star Wars … though fans might not like what he's possibly saying about the release date.
We now know when Marvel plans to release a standalone Ant-Man movie. But how does it affect The Avengers 2. And what changes has Marvel made to the Iron Man, Cap and Thor sequels? Big news lies ahead, Marvel fans!
Walt Disney Pictures has given comic book fans something to chew over during the weekend with the release of the official synopsis for Thor: The Dark World. Read the full release and let us know what you think Marvel fans.
Thor: The Dark World is currently filming but star Chris Hemsworth has some time to sit down with Prestige Hong Kong to talk about the sequel, The Avengers and working with director Alan Taylor.
LucasFilm sets release dates for 3D takes on Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith, while Leonardo DiCaprio is photographed on the set of Martin Scorsese's Wolf of Wall Street, all in today's Morning Must-Read.
Gerard Butler officially turns down a role in 300: Battle of Artemisia, while Thor: The Dark World adds another villain and David Cronenberg's Videodrome gets remade by Universal. Also, will the 48 fps version of The Hobbit cost more, when will Brave hit store shelves and what's Ryan Gosling doing back on the set of Gangster Squad?
The Lord of the Rings characters get smaller, Finding Nemo brings back a familiar voice, and the Despicable Me minions will get their own movie. Find out when in today's Morning Must-Read.
Bill Murray is out of Ghostbusters 3? Thor producers hire a Dr. Who star for their villain? And what Greek God is Russell Brand emulating? We have it all in today's Morning Must-Read.
We may have received confirmation that Thor will face off against Dark Elves in Thor: The Dark World. Meanwhile, Will Smith's Annie remake hires a new writer, Fast Six adds a model to their cast, disaster pics are coming at us from all directions, Frankenweenie posters, End of Watch pics, Ron Weasley and the Olympic torch and more!
Contrary to what we see mid-credits in The Avengers, Thanos will NOT be the main villain in Thor 2, at least according to Marvel president Kevin Feige. Meanwhile, Feige also comments on Iron Man 3 being a personal story but also featuring "the largest spectacle of any of the Iron Man movies."
Iron Man 3 ramps up their casting with Ashley Hamilton (George Hamilton's son) playing Firepower, Jon Favreau returning and the guy who played Death in Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey in an unspecified role. Also, Thor 2 adds a second villain, but, who could he be?
At today's upfront presentation for ABC, entertainment president Paul Lee said the long-simmering Hulk television series produced by Guillermo del Toro is "in development." Also Idris Elba confirms he's returning for Thor 2, the Harry Potter reunion between director David Yates and Emma Watson is officially off, plus more, including more new Spider-Man posters.
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