Pointing to the Star Trek franchise as a blockbuster reinvented down the years, the producer indicated that the end of Infinity War will be a breaking point for Marvel.
What if the God of Thunder was set to release a sequel in 1987 and not 2017? Well Nerdist have come to the party.
About to embark upon his own superhero installment with Nightwing, the director has come out in support of his employers.
Striking up a new love affair with Valkyrie for the upcoming sequel, Chris Hemsworth indicated that the blockbuster will deal with the departure of Natalie Portman's character.
The veteran action star might of had his fair share of big roles before, but this villain in the MCU takes the cake for Brolin.
Having been part of Tony Stark's journey from the beginning, the actor was clearly delighted to have this duo back in his corner.
While the actor has been out promoting The Hitman's Bodyguard, the Canadian believes a meeting of the Marvel minds would have to stoop to his level to work.
With the late pop star having provided a song to the original soundtrack back in 2014, James Gunn outlined what he had in mind for the British icon.
As a rumored casting list for the fourth Avengers movie makes its way online, Joe Russo has not backed down on suggestions that key characters could be killed off
Director Joe Russo wants Josh Brolin's purple villain to be as iconic for the MCU as the dark Jedi master was for Star Wars.
Joe Russo explains that the ensemble blockbuster could not possibly condense the title below 150-minutes under any scenario.
The FX executive producer dropped a bombshell at San Diego Comic-Con to tell a gathered audience that he is making a blockbuster based on the Fantastic Four villain.