Almost a decade of films, from Iron Man in 2008 to Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2 the Marvel Cinematic Universe has 15 total movies and every single one is connected to the other in some significant way. Marvel Studios has changed the game by producing this many acclaimed films. I’ve decided to rank each one… Read more
Marvel Studios’ ever-growing cinematic universe continues to impress. After introducing audiences to The Avengers, the studio started to venture into the lesser-known territory of their comic book catalogue in hopes of reaching more than just fans of the superhero genre. Most recently, they won over general audiences with movies such as a space opera that featured a gun-toting, talking raccoon and a comedic heist with a man in a suit that could reduce him to the size of an ant. Now, Marvel Studios goes further down the rabbit hole with Doctor Strange, which introduces magic to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock) leading the way as the Sorcerer Supreme, not only is Doctor Strange a dazzling psychedelic journey, but it is also the best Marvel Studios origin story since Iron Man.
[Press Release] With just a few hours until showtime, the Calgary Comic & Entertainment Expo has called in reinforcements – “Agent Coulson”, Clark Gregg, from the Marvel Universe will be appearing at Calgary Expo on Friday, April 29 (hours: 1-9pm).
The majority of Marvel comics “All-New All-Different” titles have leaked online, via imgur, earlier today. I say “majority” because there are a few titles which were originally announced or currently ongoing which were absent from this list. Though this could be due to this new list only including the new branded #1, of which there are 45 titles. I’ve broken down these into categories for a better understanding of what’s to come.
Ant Man from Marvel Studios is directed by Peyton Reed and stars Paul Rudd, Corey Stoll, Evangeline Lilly and Michael Douglas. The film was co-written, several times, by the likes of Edgar Wright, Joe Cornish, Paul Rudd and Adam McKay. Ant Man hits theatres July 27th.