Marvel announces a third film for 2018

And the new date is the 4th of May, which is the former release date for the Amazing Spider-Man 3. For now, nobody knows what movie Marvel plans to release, although some assumptions could be made.

Captain America 3 (5/6/16)
Untitled Marvel (7/8/16)
Untitled Marvel (5/5/17)
Untitled Marvel (7/28/17)
Untitled Marvel (11/3/17)
Untitled Marvel (7/6/18)
Untitled Marvel (11/2/18)
Untitled Marvel (5/3/19)

Who knows, maybe a few more titles will be announced at this year’s Comic Con.

Marvel

Marvel

Marvel's Golden Boy

Marvel’s Golden Boy

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Spider-Man and Sinister 6 news

Although it made a bit above $700 million worldwide, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is now being considered a failure by the studio, who has decided to push back the release of the third film in 2018. The Sinister 6 film will, however, be released in 2016, on the 11th of November.

The budget for TASM2 was a whooping $330 million, including the marketing, so it is obvious why Sony is now reconsidering its long term plans concerning the Spider-Man cinematic universe.

What do you think? Will Andrew Garfield be too old until 2018 to play a high-school graduate? Are we going to see yet another reboot? Is Sony finally coming to its senses and plans to let Spider-Man join the Avengers?

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

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Latest Comic Con posters

Jurassic World

Jurassic World

Ant-Man

Ant-Man

Guardians of the Galaxy

Guardians of the Galaxy

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Mad Max: Fury Road

Mad Max: Fury Road

Batman costume at Comic Con

Batman costume at Comic Con

Superman as a Jedi - you can clearly see the S underneath the cloak

Superman as a Jedi – you can clearly see the S underneath the cloak

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Robert Downey Jr. and his return to the Iron Man franchise

During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Robert Downey Jr. said that it all depends on the studio whether he will return or not to the Iron Man franchise. He also said that he doesn’t necessarily intend to leave, especially since he is now at the top of his game: “It’s down to Kevin Feige and Ike Perlmutter and Disney to come to us with what the proposal is, and that’s on us to agree or disagree. When things are going great, there’s a lot of agreement. It’s that thing of: why give up the belt when it feels like you can barely get jabbed? Most people are saying that right when they get knocked out.

Robert Downey Jr. in the role which made him famous

Robert Downey Jr. in the role which made him famous

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The return of the Red Skull and the return of the Mandarin

In an interview with IGN, Kevin Feige dropped some hints about some very iconic Marvel villains and their possible return in the MCU.

The first one to talk about was the Mandarin, about whom most of the fans where disappointing. However, Kevin Feige doesn’t dismiss the possibility of revealing the real Mandarin at some point: ”There have been [talks]. That’s one of the reasons we wanted to do the fun short that Drew Pearce wrote and directed. That was to clarify, ‘Hey, just because we did this thing doesn’t mean this other thing doesn’t exist.’ And as we were making Iron Man 3 — and I think Drew’s spoken about this — that was always our intention, was that Aldrich Killian was perverting the notion of these things he’s heard. There’s a little bit of that when he’s doing his detective work in his lab after Happy’s been injured outside the Chinese Theater. He’s talking about, ‘Okay, the Mandarin is taken from various iconographies and mythologies from across the world.’ The idea was always there was somebody like this. There had been rumors of somebody like this, and Aldrich Killian just built on that, to make his version.

As far as the Red Skull is concerned, he has met his demise in a very ambiguous way in the ending of Captain America: The First Avenger. And even if Hugo Weaving has said he wasn’t interested in the idea of reprising the role, surprises may happen: “Well, the way we showed his ‘demise’ in The First Avenger was to showcase to people that he could perhaps pop up again sometime. I honestly don’t know when or where that would be.” As we understand it, he doesn’t know when and where, but he knows for sure that it will happen – after all, the Tesseract acted also like a door to another part of the universe.

The Mandarin and the Red Skull

The Mandarin and the Red Skull

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Dwayne The Rock Johnson talks about Hercules, Fast & Furious 7 and his DC project

Dwayne The Rock Johnson was born to play Hercules! Or at least this is what the actor said during The Today Show. Besides saying that a Hercules film was the first project he wanted to do when coming to Hollywood, the actor also has revealed how all the training is supposed to define the mythological hero of our times.

But it wasn’t all about Hercules – The Rock also said that finishing filming Fast & Furious 7 was a bittersweet experience, since it involved continuing a project he has begun with Paul Walker.

And, in the end, the wrestler turned actor also talked about his DC project and in what state of development it is: “Yes, it is going to happen. I’ve been dying to announce it by the way…We still have to find the right writer. We’re having two, three takes right now. But I’m very excited about it. It’s going to be great. I’ve been waiting a long time for this and so have the fans, by the way.”

To watch the entire video, enter here —> interview with The Rock.

The Rock and Shazam - become the man you were meant to be!

The Rock and Shazam – become the man you were meant to be!

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