It’s been 10 years since the Marvel Cinematic Universe began. Over these 10 years Marvel has released 18 movies. Each one telling its own story while also contributing to an overarching narrative, while sometimes the interconnected story may have seemed forced or even created a barrier for entry for late comers, seeing all those threads finally come together is an event not to be missed.
Anyone can save the Galaxy once, but you’ve got to be really cool to do it twice.
As Captain America: Civil War rolls out worldwide, it’s time to look back on some of the more Spoiler aspects of the movie. If you haven’t seen the movie you may want to turn back now. You’ve been warned.
The Avengers assemble for a mission in Africa, but when it ends in tragedy the United Nations step in to take control of the team. Not wanting to be forced to follow government agendas, Captain America refuses to sign up, but, a guilt ridden, Iron Man believes it’s a fair compromise. Have you picked a side yet? Warning some spoilers to follow.
Forget Justice League, there’s a cooler team of DC characters beating them to the big screen. Check out Jai Courtney steal the show in the first official trailer for Suicide Squad, unless you count the Comic Con footage.
Set to make her first live action film appearance in the upcoming Batman V Superman, Wonder Woman is one of the most recognisable comic book characters of all time. Can she pull off her own movie?
Marvel Studio’s lost son, Ant-Man, is about to arrive at cinemas worldwide, but will his fan base grow or remain as small as the title character?