Kevin Feige has confirmed that the 2018 ensemble blockbuster will be the closing chapter for a couple of our favorite Marvel superheroes.
Sean Gunn and Tom Holland talked about creating the upcoming 2018 blockbuster, including some new faces that will be enhanced by technology.
Showcased in one of the five post-credit scenes for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the new character will not be featured in the 2018 blockbuster according to Kevin Feige.
Having to get in tip top shape for back-to-back blockbusters, the 35-year old Boston native feels the time is right to walk away when his contract expires.
Pressed as to the production of a brand new spinoff movie that departs from The Avengers, the actress explained that the chat is very much ongoing.
Tom Holland decided to discard his precious information in a very public display, as fans get a better glimpse for the villain in the upcoming blockbuster.
As Tom Holland retreats to do the duties of the cameraman for an online fan Q&A, the Englishman tries to dig as much out of Iron Man as humanly possible.
Producer Kevin Feige might be guilty of applying a double standard to gag the actors while talking movie plots, but the Marvel filmmaker opened up on the main protagonist for the ensemble blockbuster.
Sherlock star Martin Freeman has joined the cast of the stand alone Marvel feature as the Creed lead gets down and dirty for the upcoming blockbuster.
While the Guardians of the Galaxy crew have yet to lay eyes on the screenplay, the worst kept secret in the MCU is out as Spidey and the GotG gang join up.
Still some time before the May 4, 2018 release comes out, the Marvel blockbuster has earmarked this man as he steps away from the Seven Kingdoms onto the big screen.
The upcoming Marvel blockbuster gave fans a first taste of the flick as it teased a direct linkage with the Captain America installment.