5 Deadpool Friends & Frenemies We Gotta See in the Sequel
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"Flash" star Grant Gustin reveals he knows who Zoom is; director Joe Russo addresses Steve Rogers' love life and more.
Directors Joe and Anthony Russo discuss the shooting schedule for "Infinity War" and "Civil War's" large-scale VFX and more.
Directors Joe and Anthony Russo say "Civil War's" expanded cast allowed them to inject some moments of levity into a very serious story.
Image Comics graphic novel "Sexcastle" is in development as a feature, with "Workaholics" vets Kyle Newacheck and Blake Anderson both attached.
The director says William Hurt's "Thunderbolt" Ross won't Hulk out, but is still "more formidable" than he was in "Incredible Hulk."
Robin Wright missed the Golden Globes because of "Wonder Woman" training; Chris Pine says he never discussed "Green Lantern" and more.
Joe and Anthony Russo have their hands full with the Avengers, but they'd still love a chance to take Scarlett Johansson's character solo.
"Avengers: Infinity War" co-director Joe Russo speaks to the potential roster shakeup that will occur during the two-part film.
Additionally, they revealed Spider-Man develops "a very personal relationship" in "Captain America: Civil War," which leads him to pick a side.
According to the "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" co-directors, they currently have a massive number of characters on tap for "Infinity War."
The "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" director also shared how he and his brother Anthony will approach "Infinity War" with "psychological realism."
Channing Tatum debuted what may be Gambit's hair at the Golden Globes; Greg Berlanti's "Archie" adaptation will be dark and edgy and more.
Joe and Anthony Russo shed some light on Black Panther's character arc and hinted that a major, spoiler-y scene may be in the movie.
Ryan Reynolds shared a "conversation" between Deadpool and fellow emoji guru Kim Kardashian; Vision plays a "critical" role in "Civil War" and more.
Joe and Anthony Russo discussed Captain America and Bucky's relationship, how they updated Spider-Man and more during an interview about "Civil War."
Along with a trailer and a poster, Marvel Studios has released a slightly updated plot synopsis for May's "Captain America: Civil War."
The studio has picked up the project based on a graphic novel by the brothers behind the smash-hit "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."
Kevin Feige and Jeremy Latcham spill secrets about "Captain America: Civil War," "Avengers: Infinity War" and what lies beyond Marvel Studios' Phase Three.
Leslie Bibb reveals she's also returning to Marvel in "Civil War"; Fox's Marvel properties could collide if "FF" succeeds and more.
Disney's presentation at CineEurope also included concept art from "Doctor Strange" featuring Benedict Cumberbatch as the Sorcerer Supreme.
The "Civil War" set photos continue to pour in, this time with Captain America (Chris Evan) taking on Crossbones (Frank Grillo).
Production on the Marvel Studios sequel is now underway, with Paul Rudd (Ant-Man), William Hurt (Thunderbolt Ross) and more confirmed for its cast.
"Suicide Squad" pic may reveal where Joker got his tattoos; Russo brothers will shoot "Infinity War" exclusively on IMAX cameras and more.
Rumors suggest that Jason Todd will have a role in "Suicide Squad"; Laurel and Quentin travel from "Arrow" to Central City and more.
Marvel has announced that "Captain America" directors Joe and Anthony Russo will helm the massive Marvel Studios films.
The directors of "Captain America: Winter Soldier" are the perfect choice to fill Joss Whedon's shoes and helm Marvel's "Avengers: Infinity War" films.
Dwayne Johnson gives an update on "Shazam's" script; Marvel may have auditioned "Weeds" actor Mateus Ward for Spider-Man and more.
Multiple sources state that the "Captain America: Winter Soldier" directors are set to take over Marvel's flagship franchise from Joss Whedon.
In addition to Paul Feig’s female-led film, the studio has enlisted the Russo brothers, Drew Pearce and Channing Tatum for an action-comedy based on the 1984 classic.
Joe and Anthony Russo, of Marvel Studios' "Captain America" franchise, have entered into a new three-year first-look deal with Sony Pictures.
Scarlett Johansson and Sebastian Stan will return for the 2016 Marvel movie alongside Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr.
Firestorm wears a riff on his comic costume in teaser photo; Carter fights to clear Howard Stark's name and more.
Ande Parks and Joe & Anthony Russo discuss the violent world of "Ciudad," their collaboration process, and the status of the film.
Daniel Bruhl has been cast as a villain in the "Captain America" sequel; Joe and Anthony Russo may inherit "Avengers" from Whedon and more.
CBR Executive Producer Jonah Weiland's pop/comics culture show airs today featuring Robert Kirkman, Joe & Anthony Russo, Ande Parks, DMC & Ed Piskor.
David S. Goyer hints that we will see some mystical DC characters in the first few episodes of the NBC horror drama; Katie Cassidy says Arrow "needs Black Canary" and more.
Robert Downey, Jr. is reportedly signed on to reprise his role as Iron Man in "Captain America 3," a film that will kick off the "Civil War" storyline.
The filmmaking siblings prefer a more real-world take on Cap in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but would love to see a "Secret War" break out.
Joe and Anthony Russo have revealed that a Hawkeye scene was cut from the "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" script due to a scheduling conflict.
With "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" headed to home release, take an early peek at an extra profiling Anthony Mackie, the film's Falcon.