Mark Ruffalo Says Marvel Might Do Another Hulk Movie — Let's At Least Hear Him Out!
Okay, Ruffalo. Sell it. Tell us why, with so many properties to choose from and all the money required to breathe life into its leviathan of promising characters, Marvel is "entertaining the idea" of another standalone movie for the Hulk... Read more
Why Is the UK 'Guardians of the Galaxy' Trailer So Serious?
  Thus far, all of the marketing for Guardians of the Galaxy has played up its goofy insanity, with trailers that focus on Rocket’s bloodlust and Peter Quill’s lack of badass reputation, and big action moments timed to the beat... Read more
A Rundown of DC's Superhero Film Schedule, from 'Batman V Superman' to 'Green Lantern/Flash'
Between Marvel's ever-expanding cinematic universe, Sony's tangled web of Amazing Spider-Man characters, and the way Fox keeps rolling out X-Men films, Hollywood is in the middle of a veritable superhero onslaught. However, Read more
Proof That Peyton Reed Will Be Good for 'Ant-Man'
It's hard not to feel worried for Marvel's Ant-Man, a project that was put in serious creative jeopardy when director Edgar Wright suddenly left the film to which he had been attached since 2006. In the fallout, Marvel was left with a gaping... Read more
Is 'Doctor Strange' Director a Sign That Marvel Is Moving Away from Comedy?
"Dying is easy; comedy is hard." It might have been a DC Comics character who revived these final words of 19th century thespian Edmund Kean, but it is Marvel that seems to be taking the maxim to heart, perhaps having at last stumbled upon the... Read more
How Charlie Cox Can Right the Wrongs of Ben Affleck's 'Daredevil'
With X-Men: Days of Future Past currently at the top of the box office and DC steadily teasing more and more about their upcoming superhero showdown, Marvel decided to keep itself in the news by throwing a new name into the ring: Charlie Cox... Read more
The Many Talents of Edgar Wright
While most of America spent Memorial Day weekend embracing the coming summer, Marvel had a falling out with one of its directors, and sending what was once their most promising project into creative jeopardy. On Friday, Edgar Wright stepped... Read more
The One-Off Mutants of the 'X-Men' Franchise
While 2002's Spider-Man gets the lion's share of the credit, Bryan Singer's X-Men, released two years earlier, was the film that really revived the comic book film genre after its near-death at the hands of George Clooney and his Bat-nipples... Read more