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"Suicide Squad" named the most-tweeted-about upcoming movie, Spider-Man "Civil War" concept art revealed and more.
The Marvel Studios sequel has grossed $372.6 million at the domestic box office since its opening on May 6.
The Oscar-winning "Braveheart" director reveals his favorite comic book movies, and the role he almost played in one.
This incredible Ant-Man and Antony cosplay is the work of Walkin' & Rollin', a group that creates costumes for children with special needs equipment.
Grant Gustin teases more ice cream parties now that "Supergirl's" on the CW; "Flash's" season 2 foe gets an adorable figure and more.
GLAAD responds with full support of the trending plea from fans for a Steve Rogers-Bucky Barnes relationship.
The new Storm actress says Halle Berry never got back to her with advice, Geoff Johns makes a splash on "Seth Meyers" and more.
The hashtag is exploding on twitter as fans express their desire for a relationship between Cap and his former sidekick.
After a 12-year break from the role, Snipes says he's open to playing Blade again for Marvel -- if they want him back.
"Dredd" and "Star Trek" actor Karl Urban says he is "thrilled to be a part of the Marvel universe."
Citing "Jessica Jones," the "Avengers" director reveals the type of Marvel movie he'd consider tackling next.
Mark Ruffalo calls Cate Blanchett's Hela "the worst of the worst," Stephen Amell talks the "Arrow" S4 finale, and more.
"Captain America: Civil War's" Chris Markus and Steve McFeely strongly hinted at the inclusion of the Guardians of the Galaxy in "Infinity War."
In addition to Atlanta, producer Nate Moore says "Panther" could film in Africa; the Squad gets a stylized calendar and more.
An unconfirmed casting notice may reveal the villains and supporting players in director Ryan Coogler's "Black Panther."
The "Daredevil" actor says it would "be great" to leap out of the Netflix series and appear in "Spider-Man" as Wilson Fisk.
The "Jessica Jones" star appeared on "The Late Show," discussing the notion that toys for female characters don't sell well.
Perry hints at a return as a fan-favorite mutant for "TMNT 3," the CW releases a new "Flash" VFX featurette and more.
A new video shows Logan's evolution in film and TV, from 1982's "Spider-Man And His Amazing Friends" to 2016's "Deadpool."
"Civil War" is one of 25 films, and four Marvel Studios movies, to cross the $1 billion threshold at the worldwide box office.
Jeff Goldblum and Karl Urban join the cast, which includes Cate Blanchett as Hela and Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie.
Marvel Studios has circled back to Michael Keaton for a villainous role in "Spider-Man: Homecoming."
New rumors target the villain Spider-Man will face in his next solo film as well as the tech he might use in the fight.
Anthony Mackie expresses his support for a solo "Black Widow" film and his admiration for Scarlett Johansson.
By introducing AIDA and a few other intriguing hints, "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." teases a tech-based deep dive into Marvel Comics continuity.
Cara Delevingne reveals how she landed the role of Enchantress; Mike Colter opens up about "Luke Cage's" debut season and more.
Several factors indicate that the man who was Finn is at least talking to Marvel Studios about a part in the 2018 comic film.
Having surpassed "Zootopia" at the international box office, the "Captain America" sequel is now the year's highest-grossing film.
Emily Carmichael has emerged as a possible "Captain Marvel" director, a new rumor suggests Marvel's next Netflix series, and more.
A fan's recreation of the "Civil War" trailer explores what the movie could've looked like if it had no budget.
According to the Marvel Studios president, there are no more intergalactic road trips in Jane Foster's future -- at least for now.
A week and a half after its debut, "Captain America: Civil War" crossed $300 million at the domestic box office.
Director Ryan Coogler says he's "obsessed" with Black Panther; Seth Rogen talks up "Preacher's" unique humor and more.
According to Black, he had to abandon his original plans for a female villain because Marvel believed the toy wouldn't sell as well if it was a woman.
One particular Marvel movie charmed Steven Spielberg; Channing Tatum suits up on "Kingsman: The Golden Circle's" set and more.
Now the highest-grossing film franchise of all time, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has crossed the $10 billion threshold at the global box office.
A restaurant in Tokyo is offering Team Cap and Team Iron Man ramen dishes, in addition to cleverly-named "Civil War"-themed sides.
"Civil War" ruled the box office with a $72.6 million intake, for the eighth-largest second weekend of all time.
The Marvel Studios sequel is now the third-highest grossing film of 2016, behind "Zootopia" and "Batman v Superman."
ABC's cancellation of "Agent Carter" delivers a major blow the Marvel Cinematic Universe, taking a vital character and role model off the board.