Marvel and Disney have delayed the release of the “Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One — Avengers Assembled” limited-edition box set following a trademark-infringement lawsuit over the packaging. The case is being redesigned for release next spring.
Disney and Marvel have released the first look at the package for “Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One — Avengers Assembled,” the much-teased 10-disc limited-edition Blu-ray collection arriving Sept. 25.
With plaudits being thrown in Andrew Garfield’s direction for his performance as Peter Parker in Sony’s rebooted The Amazing Spider-Man, you can’t help but feel for Tobey Maguire, whose take on Parker seemed to be relatively popular during his tenure as Marvel’s friendly box office blockbusting wall crawler from 2002-2007. But he’s hardly the actor to suffer from rebootitis the most…
Marvel has debuted a preview trailer for its upcoming 10-disc limited-edition Blu-ray collection called “Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase One — Avengers Assembled.” More details will be announced July 15.
A new report asserts that the star-spangled battle armor recently photographed on the set of Iron Man 3 doesn’t belong to Iron Patriot, but rather to War Machine.
Robert Downey Jr. apparently had a role in mind for Bill Murray in Marvel’s Iron Man, but didn’t know how to track down the famously inaccessible actor, who relies on a seldom-checked voice mailbox to field offers.
Marvel has released sparse but tantalizing details about “Marvel’s Cinematic Universe: Phase One — Avengers Assembled,” a 10-disc limited-edition Blu-ray collection featuring all six of the studio’s movies to date.
Former franchise director Jon Favreau will reprise his role as Tony Stark’s friend and bodyguard Happy Hogan in Iron Man 3. Meanwhile, Ashley Hamilton is in talks to play the minor villain Firepower in the Marvel sequel.
Marvel has released a comprehensive timeline of its cinematic universe that charts events from Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger, all leading up to The Avengers.
By now, chances are you’ve seen Marvel’s The Avengers if you have any interest at all in seeing it – or, for that matter, have a partner who has any interest at all in seeing it – and have made your own mind up about its quality or lack thereof (But, really, come on; it’s a good movie). With follow-ups apparently planned for potentially four of the six “official” Avengers, though, we started to wonder: Which character from the movie most deserves the solo spotlight next?
With Marvel’s The Avengers breaking all manner of box office records internationally, it’s somehow surprising to learn that it’s only on track to be the seventh widest opening in US Box Office history. What are the six movies that had better weekends… and, more importantly, how would their leads stack up against Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in a fight? That’s right: never mind Avengers Vs. X-Men, this is Avengers Vs. Movies.