Category Archives: Marvel Comics
Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios announced that they have found their new Spider-Man, 19-year-old British actor Tom Holland. Holland is currently rumoured to be playing the webhead in both the next reboot (sigh) and “Captain America: Civil War” (gasp!).
Chosen to direct is director Jon Watts, whose recent film “Cop Car” made its debut at Sundance this past year.
The next Spider-Man movie, which is as yet unnamed, will be released in theaters in IMAX and 3D on July 28, 2017.
The news broke at Houston’s Comicpalooza, where Agent Carter herself, Hayley Atwell sat down with fans at a Q&A styled panel. In addition to mentioning an upcoming set visit to the “Captain America: Civil War” set (but not clarifying whether this was going to be a cameo or just a friendly visit), Atwell also mentioned that “Agent Carter” has been picked up for a second season by ABC, and with 10 new episodes (the first season was only 8, amazing episodes though they were). The new season takes place is 1940s Los Angeles instead of New York, and the premiere date hasn’t been set yet, but you can watch footage from the panel below:
Word is out that our favourite Web Head’s Sony movie franchise is about to get some help from Marvel Studios, and this has most nerds speculating that Spidey just might be swinging into the “Civil War” movie due out in a few years!
To make everyone’s life easier, here is a timeline of all the future Marvel and DC movies that will be coming out (as of Jan 7, 2015):
Avengers: Age of Ultron: May 1
Ant-Man: July 17
Fantastic Four: August 7
Deadpool: Feb 12
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: March 25
Captain America: Civil War: May 6
X-Men: Apocalypse: May 27
Suicide Squad: Aug 5
Gambit: Oct 7
Doctor Strange: Nov 4
Sinister Six: Nov 11
Wolverine 3: March 3
Guardians of the Galaxy 2: May 5
Fantastic Four 2: June 2
Wonder Woman: June 23
Thor: Ragnaror: July 28
Black Panther: Nov 3
Justice League: Nov 23
The Flash: March 23
Avengers: Infinity War Part 1: May 4
Man of Steel 2: May
Captain Marvel: July 6
Unknown X-Men Movie: July 13
Aquaman: July 27
Inhumans: Nov 2
Shazam: April 19
Avengers: Infinity War Part 2: May 3
Justice League 2: June 14
Cyborg: April 3
Green Lantern: June 19
There are a few movies that are slated to come out but we don’t have official release dates:
Female Lead Spider-Man spin-off
Amazing Spider-Man 3
There are a few movies that are rumored but we don’t have any release information on:
Justice League Dark
Untitled Superman Movie
Untitled Batman Movie
Oscar Isaac (“Inside Llewyn Davis”) has been cast as the titular villain for the next installment of Fox’s X-Men movie franchise.
No word on how the actor will portray him, yet. That is, whether he’lll appear human, be under heavy make-up, or pretty much just be a CG creation a la Josh Brolin’s Thanos. “X-Men: Apocalypse” is almost certainly going to revolve around the villain of the same name, and many have been left to speculate that the movie will be heavily based on the 1995 comics storyline “Age of Apocalypse,” wherein the villain is the ruler of a world where mutants have risen up to overthrow and enslave humans.
“X-Men: Apocalypse” hits theatres on May 18th, 2016, and will pick up some time in the 1980s,
I have to say Amazing X-Men is my fav of all the series I am reading, they had some great writers and artists. In the last issue, Wolverine just goes off to Canada to visit Vindicator. Wolverine finds out that James is missing, while searching for him Wolverine comes across Wendigos.
Whoo-boy, has it been a big couple of days for Marvel movie announcements!
First, we get the news that Dr. Strange has been cast as none other than Benedict Cumberbatch…
We are back for another exciting issue of the Amazing X-Men in Canada. Last issues more of Alpha Flight cam to join the X-Men while the Avengers are guarding the US/Canada border. Oh, Wolverine is a Wendigo now.
Ah. Ah, this makes me feel better. After the boiling rage brought on by the confirmation that Wonder Woman’s first movie appearance is going to feature her shitty New 52 origin, a bit of good news from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Also, maybe even a little bit of unusual schadenfreude on my part.