With the Marvel Cinematic Universe constantly expanding, Captain America’s original arch enemy is bound to return.
The Doctor’s fan-favorite companion stopped by Emerald City Comicon to discuss her time on Who and her upcoming roles in Oculus and Guardians of the Galaxy.
Disney’s presentation played up Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Inside Out, Cinderella and Maleficent.
Jason Momoa reveals his reasons for dropping out of the running for the role of Drax in Marvel’s space adventure.
The Guardians of the Galaxy star discussed the film’s casting process and director James Gunn’s approach to crafting a superhero ensemble space opera.
A new rumor contends that Marvel Studios is planning a sequel to director James Gunn’s space adventure for release in 2016, a date many expected to go to Doctor Strange.
Although director James Gunn’s space adventure will be packed with stars ranging from Bradley Cooper and Glenn Close to Benecio Del Toro and Vin Diesel, it won’t include Stan Lee.
The Star-Lord actor says the Marvel Studios movie ties “comedy and drama together,” in a way so that one can’t work without the other.
The Guardians of the Galaxy director addresses the Mad Titan’s place in the film: ‘He works with Ronan.’
Kevin Feige, Marvel Studios’ president of production, addresses plans for the Mad Titan, comparing the character to “the end boss in a video game.”