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Marvel Universe

This thread will focus on the series and movies (and other odds and ends) in the Marvel Universe. Whether streaming, on TV, in theaters or physical media, it is all here.


Upcoming Marvel Movie Releases


  • March 19: Morbius
  • May 7: Black Widow
  • June 25: Venom: Let There Be Carnage
  • July 9: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
  • August 6: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3
  • November 5: The Eternals
  • December 17: Spider-Man 3


  • March 25: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
  • May 6: Thor: Love and Thunder
  • July 8: Black Panther 2
  • November 11: Captain Marvel 2


  • Ant-Man 3
  • Blade (2022)
  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2
  • X-Force

Marvel Netflix Originals

Marvel’s Daredevil - Season 1
Marvel’s Daredevil - Season 2
Marvel’s Daredevil - Season 3
Marvel’s The Defenders
Marvel’s Iron Fist - Season 1
Marvel’s Iron Fist - Season 2
Marvel’s Jessica Jones - Season 1
Marvel’s Jessica Jones - Season 2
Marvel’s Jessica Jones - Season 3
Marvel’s Luke Cage - Season 1
Marvel’s Luke Cage - Season 2
Marvel’s The Punisher - Season 1
Marvel’s The Punisher - Season 2

Disney +

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier - (Fall 2020)
WandaVision - (Spring 2021)
Loki - (Spring 2021)
What If…? - (Summer 2021)
Hawkeye - (Fall 2021)

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Epic is about to slap ya in the face this May 6th.

i love the suckerpunch

Out July 3, 2012

Way to early for a revamp on spider man. The Hulk, I could understand as the first one was not done well and they wanted to tie in the Avengers, but who the heck thought a new spider man was going to do well?

redshirt1 wrote:

I agree. I think they may be “jumping the shark” with this revamp. It’s, as they say, all about the Benjamin’s baby. They didn’t want to pay Maguire and Dunst the money they wanted, so they figured they’d save 20 million(probably close to that) and hire a nobody from England. I see a big fail with this new movie. The trailer looks horrible.
As for movies in general, Thor has to be the best I’ve seen this summer. One of my favorite superhero movies of all time. I haven’t seen Transformers 3, Harry Potter or Super 8 yet, but they all have a chance to beat Thor. I’ve seen some good reviews of all three.

missing_nin89 wrote:

[quote]Can’t wait for this one.

I had a chance to see Captain America and Transformers 3 at the drive-in this weekend and watched the teader. I knew there would be something about the Avengers coming during the credits. Captain America was much better than I had expected it would be.

Out on DVD/Blu-ray today (9/9)


Out on DVD/Blu-ray today (9/9)


Best place to get this is Target they have a exclusive Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy combo for $22.99 right now. It’s $24.99 for just the Blu-ray + Digital Copy at other places. Not sure if it’s exclusive to the target combo or not, but it also comes with 10 free selected X-men Digital Comics from Marvel with a code inside.

In theaters May 4

In theaters July 3

Coming May 4

In theaters 5/3

Premieres this July - Marvel’s Avengers Assemble - Disney XD Official

In theaters July 25th

…I wanted to believe that the “Jamie Foxx: Electro” casting was a joke. I really did.

Now I know what I won’t be buying a ticket for.

Yeah the reception has been mixed. I guess we’ll see eventually how that translates to ticket sales.


[quote]UPDATE: Marvel has released a cool interview with Joss Whedon discussing the film. He reveals that despite the title, it will not be based on the Age of Ultron comic series. The movie will instead give Ultron a new origin story, which will revolve around the Avengers that have already been introduced in the cinematic universe.

Writer/Director Joss Whedon and Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige have officially announced that the sequel to The Avengers is titled The Avengers: Age of Ultron. For those of you who haven’t been keeping up on the latest Marvel comics, Age of Ultron is the name of a recent limited series that sees the villainous robot Ultron and his mechanical Sentinels launch a deadly invasion of Earth, and it’s up to our mightiest heroes to stop them. The Sentinels are already set to appear in X-Men: Days of Future Past, which takes place in a different cinematic universe, so hopefully mainstream audiences won’t get too confused if they appear in both.

Whedon didn’t actually say anything about the plot of the new Avengers movie, so it’s unclear exactly how similar it might be to the comic series. He wrote the script for the film, but the comic was penned by Brian Michael Bendis.

The Avengers: Age of Ultron will fill up theatres with sweaty audiences on May 1, 2015.[/quote]


[quote]Forget all the rumours you may have heard about who’s playing Ultron in the sequel to The Avengers.

Marvel has officially announced that The Office season 8 star James Spader will play the villainous robot in The Avengers: Age of Ultron. It’s unclear if he’ll just be providing the voice, or if he’ll also don a performance capture suit to bring the character to life. There’s also the outside possibility that Ultron will be an actual robot suit that Spader will wear, although this seems unlikely.

Ultron first appeared in comic form back in 1968, and he’s long been associated with the Ant-Man series. In the film things will be a little different, because he’s expected to instead be created by billionaire inventor Tony Stark.

The Avengers: Age of Ultron begins shooting early next year, with a release date slated for May 1, 2015.[/quote]

Not sure if I want to see Riddick. Trailers look cheesy but I liked the last movie (for which I thought the trailers were horribly cheesy).

Kurt Russell is badass? Perhaps before Stargate and South Park :wink:


[quote]Talk about epic! Here’s the first trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past, the new superhero adventure that unites all the X-Men characters from the original films and the prequel through the magic of time travel.

It’s hard to imagine a bigger superhero movie than The Avengers, but the makers of X-Men: Days of Future Past appear to be attempting just that. The massive cast includes Patrick Stewart and James McAvoy as Professor Xavier, Michael Fassbender and Ian McKellen as Magneto, Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique, Nicholas Hoult as Beast, Halle Berry as Storm, Ellen Page as Kitty Pryde, Anna Paquin and Rogue, Shawn Ashmore as Iceman, Lucas Till as Havok, and of course, Hugh Jackman as the one and only Wolverine. Game of Thrones hero Peter Dinklage plays a new-to-the-screen villain Bolivar Trask, with Evan Peters as Quicksilver. That character will also appear in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, although he’ll be played by a different actor because it takes place in a different universe.

As if you need more reason to be excited about X-Men: Days of Future Past, it’s helmed by Bryan Singer, who also directed the first two, and best, X-Men movies. It will arrive on May 24, 2014.[/quote]


[quote]After the cataclysmic events in New York with The Avengers, Marvel’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” finds Steve Rogers, a.k.a. Captain America, living quietly in Washington, D.C. and trying to adjust to the modern world. But when a S.H.I.E.L.D. colleague comes under attack, Steve becomes embroiled in a web of intrigue that threatens to put the world at risk. Joining forces with the Black Widow, Captain America struggles to expose the ever-widening conspiracy while fighting off professional assassins sent to silence him at every turn. When the full scope of the villainous plot is revealed, Captain America and the Black Widow enlist the help of a new ally, the Falcon. However, they soon find themselves up against an unexpected and formidable enemy—the Winter Soldier.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier will make theatres a little more heroic on April 4, 2014. Cap will also return in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, which lands in Summer 2015.[/quote]