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Marvel Studios Has a Lot To Reveal in Hall H This Year at Comic-Con

Even though we’ve already heard that Marvel Studios will show up in Hall H at Comic-Con this summer, Deadline is double confirming it. So for those of you still wondering if Marvel is going to be revealing stuff at the epic geek event, the answer is, yes.

As you might imagine, Kevin Feige will be revealing their phase 4 line-up. Feige previously said they were going to wait until after Spider-Man: Far From Home was released before they officially announce what’s coming next. He said:

“Well… there’ll be a lot to talk about if we’re there. I’ll tell you that. We were waiting for Spider-Man: Far From Home to come out, and now, very shortly, we’ll start peeling back the curtain and talking about the future.”

When asked about it by CinemaBlend, Feige explained that they only usually show up to Hall H when they
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Kevin Feige Says Marvel’s Almost Ready To Reveal Phase 4 Of The McU

Now that Avengers: Endgame has essentially disappeared from the spotlight – despite a brand new cut hitting theaters next week – Marvel fans are desperate to know what’s coming down the pipeline. After the deaths of a few key characters (not to mention one power-hungry villain), things are going to look a lot different moving forward. Spider-Man: Far From Home has already teased the introduction of the Multiverse (along with a few new baddies) and for some time, fans have been aware that new Black Panther, Doctor Strange, and Guardians of the Galaxy movies are in the works, among others.

Earlier this year, Disney CEO Bob Iger teased that Marvel Studios was preparing their own announcement on what the future of the McU holds, and a few rumors indicate the House of Mouse has eight films or so planned for release from 2020 to 2022. Thankfully, it doesn’t look like we’ll
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Mysterio’s Welcomed Into The Avengers In New Spider-Man: Far From Home TV Spot

Peter Parker will encounter a new villain in Spider-Man: Far From Home – or is it a new hero? Though Quentin Beck is one of the wall-crawler’s oldest foes in the comics, the marketing for the upcoming sequel has painted him as the noblest of good guys, helping Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. defeat the Elementals that are tearing their way through Europe. And just to prove whose side he’s on, this new TV spot sees Mysterio inducted into the Avengers.

Expanding on footage we’ve seen in previous promos, the spot features Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury and Cobie Smulder’s Maria Hill recruiting Peter (Tom Holland), with Fury explaining that he needs some new super-friends as Thor, Doctor Strange and Captain Marvel – “don’t invoke her name” – are busy. It looks like the fate of the world will fall on Spidey and Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) then,
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Marvel May Be Shelving A Lot Of McU Characters In Phase Four

Following Avengers: Endgame, the McU will look very different going forward. Obviously, Iron Man and Captain America are out for the count but there’s also the general sense that the movie closed the book on the original generation of heroes to make way for the more recent additions to the franchise, as well as characters we’ve yet to meet. Now, new intel has confirmed this assumption, as well as suggesting we won’t see many of our favorites again for a while.

Reddit user TheMarvelScoopMaster shared his informed estimate of Marvel‘s line-up for Phase Four last week, following up his reasoning with other Redditors in the comments section. When one person enquired whether the absence of Ant-Man 3 from the slate meant that the series was over, the insider wrote that “Likelihood is high. Marvel Studios will need to shelve some characters and Ant-Man/Wasp while great characters may be casualties of this.
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Thor 4 May Not Arrive Until 2023

If you’ve seen Avengers: Endgame, then you know how it gave Tony Stark and Steve Rogers some beautiful sendoffs. When it came to Thor, however, it became apparent that his time in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is far from over. And even though the Mouse House has other cash cows such as Black Panther and Captain Marvel to rely on these days, it certainly doesn’t hurt to have one of the old guard hanging around.

Having said that, True Believers the world over are probably wondering when Thor 4 will storm cinemas. Earlier this month, word got out that such a thing is being discussed behind closed doors, but now “TheMarvelScoopMaster” is back to offer some reassurance by, um, mastering more scoops.

This time around, the proven reliable source is saying that the Asgardian Warrior’s next solo outing probably won’t arrive until 2023, but he “may pop up
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Endgame Bts Video Reveals Hilarious Cut Line Between Iron Man & Doctor Strange

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Endgame Bts Video Reveals Hilarious Cut Line Between Iron Man & Doctor Strange
Avengers: Endgame behind-the-scenes footage features an unused Tony Stark line. The scene takes place during the major battle towards the end of the movie when Doctor Strange brings all of the Decimated heroes and more to fight Thanos and his army. A lot of the set videos from Endgame have focused more on the amount of cast members that was around at the time, but this one gives an intriguing look at the process the Russo Brothers go through on the set.

The first half of the latest behind-the-scenes look at Avengers: Endgame shows Robert Downey Jr. and Benedict Cumberbatch discussing the scene with the Russo Brothers. It seems like Doctor Strange's line about not being able to tell Tony Stark about the one chance was in the script, but everything else around it was open to interpretation by Downey Jr. The Russos say this is a big reveal
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Why are Marvel’s Spider-Man posters so bad?

The latest Spider-Man: Far From Home poster is dizzyingly witless – but it isn’t the only bad artwork in the franchise

Marvel movies exist on the cutting edge of entertainment technology. Doctor Strange blasted viewers into a trippy fractal realm. Captain Marvel magically de-aged Samuel L Jackson by 30 years. Avengers: Endgame created entire seamlessly digital suits for its stars. There is nothing that Marvel cannot do. Except, it seems, create a decent Spider-Man poster.
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10 Iconic Marvel Characters Who Were Saved From Obscurity By The McU

The Marvel Cinematic Universe started with Marvel Studios adapting the best-known properties they still had the rights to. They didn’t have Spider-Man or the X-Men, but they did have Captain America, Thor, and the Hulk (kinda). As the franchise has gone on, they’ve gone deeper into their vault of lesser-known characters.

Related: 10 Forgotten McU Teases We Hope To See Paid Off In Phase 4

An appearance in the McU – and especially a solo movie – is a one-way ticket out of obscurity and into mainstream recognition. Now, once-obscure characters like Doctor Strange and Ant-Man are as well-known and popular as any other superheroes. And even lesser-known characters have become even more recognizable than them. So, here are 10 Iconic Marvel Characters Who Were Saved From Obscurity By The McU.
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Brad Bird and Michael Giacchino to Join Speakers at View Conference in Italy

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Brad Bird and Michael Giacchino to Join Speakers at View Conference in Italy
Writer-director-animator and voice actor Brad Bird, composer Michael Giacchino and Pixar filmmaker Ralph Eggleston have been added to the list of top showbiz industry pros giving keynote addresses at the 2019 View Conference in Turin, Italy in October.

It’s a reunion for the trio, who collaborated on Bird’s 2018 blockbuster “Incredibles 2,” with Giacchino writing the music and Eggleston handling production design.

They join the already announced writer, director and executive producer of “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World,” Dean DeBlois, and Changhan (Ch) Kim, CEO of Pubg Corporation, known for its online multiplayer game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, at the event.

“Year after year, View Conference has established its reputation as the event where the best and the brightest from the world’s digital industries convene to exchange experiences, discuss their work, and to enrich, teach and inspire us,” says conference director Dr. Maria Elena Gutierrez. “Increasingly, View
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What Is Quentin Tarantino's Favorite Marvel Movie in the McU?

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What Is Quentin Tarantino's Favorite Marvel Movie in the McU?
Quentin Tarantino has chosen his favorite Marvel Cinematic Universe movie. The Pulp Fiction director is a comic book movie fan, but he admits to slacking a bit over the past few years. With that being said, he's going back to watch the four years of McU movies and can already say he has a favorite out of the ones he has seen so far. Tarantino is currently preparing to release his highly anticipated Once Upon a Time in Hollywood this summer.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood has been taking up a lot of Quentin Tarantino's free time over the past few years. From developing and writing the script, shooting the movie, and then editing, the director hasn't had much time for anything else. With that being said, he's looking forward to seeing Avengers: Endgame and is going back to watch some of the last installments and discovering a new favorite.
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‘Snowpiercer’: Steven Ogg Upped To Series Regular For Season 2

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‘Snowpiercer’: Steven Ogg Upped To Series Regular For Season 2
Exclusive: Steven Ogg, who recurs on the first season of TNT’s post-apocalyptic sci-fi series Snowpiercer has been promoted to series regular for Season 2, its first on TNT sibling TBS, slated to premiere in spring 2020.

Starring Jennifer Connelly and Daveed Diggs, Snowpiercer is set more than seven years after the world has become a frozen wasteland, and centers on the remnants of humanity, who inhabit a gigantic, perpetually-moving train that circles the globe. Class warfare, social injustice and the politics of survival play out in the riveting television adaptation. Writing on season two will begin this June with Graeme Manson (Orphan Black) returning as executive producer and showrunner.

Ogg plays Pike, a volatile Tailie gang leader, who as Layton’s (Diggs) rival, may be more interested in chaos than a real revolution.

In addition to Connelly and Diggs, season one of Snowpiercer stars Alison Wright, Mickey Sumner, Susan Park, Iddo Goldberg,
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Stan Lee May Cameo In Marvel’s Avengers Video Game

Going back years, it’s become expected that True Believers be treated to a Stan Lee cameo whenever the latest film based on a Marvel property hits theaters. Granted, it hasn’t happened in every instance, but we’re all guaranteed to smile whenever “The Man” suddenly pops up as some random character. Whether it be in a production from either Disney, Fox or Sony, there was always a chance for the legend stopping by.

Unfortunately, the recently released Endgame was the last cameo Stan was able to put in before his untimely passing. Still, the possibility remains that we may see him once the much buzzed about Marvel’s Avengers video game drops next year.

While speaking with creative director Bill Rosemann, Gamespot asked him whether Lee’s virtual counterpart will appear in Earth’s Mightiest Heroes’ interactive adventure just as he did in Spider-Man’s Playstation 4 opus. Although
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Quentin Tarantino Reveals His Favorite Marvel Movie So Far...

In the upcoming issue of Empire Magazine, director and film aficionado Quentin Tarantino talked a bit about the movies he has been trying to catch up on recently. As he has been working hard on his own films the last few years, he hasn’t been able to keep up with the Avengers film saga, but still considers himself a fan, and wanted to be prepared to watch the final film in the series, Avengers: Endgame. So he started to watch the movies he had missed, and here’s what he had to say:

"I haven't been keeping up to date with them for, I guess, the last four years. I think the only comic book movies I saw last year at theaters were Wonder Woman and Black Panther. But about a couple of weeks ago I started catching up with some of the Marvel movies so I could go see Endgame.
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Quentin Tarantino Reveals His Favorite McU Movie

Thor: Ragnarok is officially Quentin Tarantino’s favorite McU movie… and we’re inclined to agree.

The esteemed filmmaker, famous for such instant classics as Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, and Inglorious Basterds, recently sat down with Empire (h/t ComicBookMovie) to discuss his ninth feature film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and what it was like revisiting the golden age of Tinsel Town.

But when the conversation veered toward superhero movies and, in particular, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Tarantino held up his hands to admit that he hasn’t been keeping up to date with Marvel’s McU installments for quite some time, and only began a movie marathon of his own so that he was properly prepared for Avengers: Endgame.

And during said binge, it was Thor: Ragnarok that stood head and shoulders above the rest.

I haven’t been keeping up to date with them for, I guess,
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After ‘Dark Phoenix’ Bombs, Where Does ‘X-Men’ Go From Here?

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When Disney announced its $71.3 billion acquisition of 20th Century Fox, X-Men was among the film properties that had executives at the Magic Kingdom frothing at the mouth. The historic merger meant that the Fox-owned band of mutant superheroes could reunite with its comic-book brethren in Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe. It was the kind of super team-up that had the potential to be one of the most lucrative crossovers of all time — a rare chance to see Cyclops and Professor X aligned with Spider-Man and Black Panther.

After “Dark Phoenix” became the first “X-Men” entry to flop spectacularly at the box office, the future of the 20-year-old film franchise looks murkier. The superhero adventure misfired with a disastrous $33 million in North America, by far the worst opening for an “X-Men” title. Compounding matters, it cost a hefty $200 million to produce. That doesn’t even take into account the hundreds
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Marvel Studios is remastering all of its movies in 4K

4K collectors itching to get their hands on the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe catalogue will no doubt be excited to hear confirmation from Marvel that the studio is currently working on remastering its earlier titles in the ultra high-definition format.

“We are going to remaster all of our films in 4K,” said Marvel producer Victoria Alonso during an interview with Collider. “We’re in the process of doing that, so it’s all happening.”

With the release of Captain Marvel later this month, thirteen of the first twenty-one McU movies will be available in 4K, while Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Iron Man 3, Thor, and Thor: The Dark World are rumoured to be receiving 4K releases this year (along with Avengers: Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home).

That will leave just three movies unavailable – Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man and Doctor Strange – and while Alonso didn’t offer up
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All 57 Marvel Movies Ranked, Including ‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’

With over 30 years of theatrically released Marvel movies, it’s always a good a time to rank ‘em all, from “Howard the Duck” to this year’s “Captain Marvel,” “Avengers: Endgame” and “X-Men: Dark Phoenix.”

57. “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer”

It’s just a nightmare. A total nightmare. There have been a bunch of bad superhero movies, but this one transcends bad.

56. “X-Men Origins: Wolverine

A totally chaotic stir fry of nonsense that tells the story of how Wolverine got his claws. Features a version of Deadpool that has his mouth stapled shut, which should tell you all you need to know about it.

55. “Elektra

That five minutes where they tried to turn Jennifer Garner into an action star really didn’t work out well, huh.

54. “X-Men: The Last Stand

Just a total mess, incoherent from the word “go.” Might have killed off the superhero genre were “Spider-Man
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Robert Downey Jr. Rumored To Return In Upcoming McU Film

If the fine film that was Homecoming didn’t provide enough incentive to see Spider-Man: Far From Home in cinemas, then perhaps knowing it’ll begin charting the course for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s future will. After all, it’s opening up the concept of the multiverse, something that’d previously been hinted at in Doctor Strange.

Continuing on the subject of fleshing out this post-Endgame world, many True Believers have been contemplating the possibility of Tony Stark’s involvement. Though he made the ultimate sacrifice to stop Thanos and his invading forces, the presence of Peter Parker’s mentor will still loom large.

Already, Iron Man devotees far and wide have petitioned for his resurrection in the McU. Though I don’t see that happening, the door remains open for Robert Downey Jr. to return in other ways. And according to verified Reddit leaker TheMarvelScoopMaster, here’s
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Doctor Strange 2 Shooting Next Year with New Writer Onboard?

Doctor Strange 2 may finally kick off production next year according to star Benedict Wong. Though, it may be coming with some changes behind the scenes. At present, the Sorcerer Supreme is going on something of a streak. While the character and some of his counterparts have appeared in several movies, including Avengers: Endgame, since 2016's Doctor Strange, another solo movie has yet to see the light of day. By the time one does roll around, it will probably be the longest gap between solo installments ever in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fortunately, it seems as though those wheels are finally turning.

Benedict Wong who plays Master of the Mystic Arts Wong in the McU, was recently asked about the sequel in an interview. While a previous report indicated that the movie could arrive as early as next year, according to the actor, the movie will likely shoot next year,
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Norman Osborn Rumored To Be The Major Villain Of McU Phase 4

For the most part, and despite Tom Holland’s best efforts to foil the Marvel master plan, McU Phase 4 is a total mystery.

We know Spider-Man: Far From Home to be a post-Endgame epilogue to Phase 3, in which Peter Parker (and Mysterio!) will come face-to-face with the ramifications of Thanos’ snap, but beyond that, Kevin Feige and the Powers That Be at Marvel Studios refuse to be drawn about what comes next. And long may that continue, otherwise everything will be spoiled before the likes of Captain Marvel and Black Panther have a chance to establish themselves as the new faces of Marvel’s juggernaut franchise.

This being the McU, though, there will always be leaks circulating online. And the latest comes to us by way of a tipster named Roger Wardell (h/t The Independent). Among other things, he (or she!) is alleging that Norman Osborn has been earmarked
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