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Will Black Panther 2 Bring X-Men’s Storm Into the MCU?

Could we see Storm show up in Black Panther 2? There’s a lot that goes into answering that question, but we need to start off by saying that Marvel hasn’t even announced a Black Panther sequel yet. However, the movie is set to break the bank at the box office this weekend and the response to the movie from critics and fans alike has been stellar. So one has to imagine that Black Panther 2 isn’t so much a question of if, but when. And when it does happen, there’sRead More


How Long The MCU Has Teased Black Panther, According to…

Of course, many members of the audience have been clamoring for a Black Panther movie since the 1990s, if not earlier, and Hollywood icons like John Singleton even tried to pitch (decidedly different) versions of the T’Challa story long before the genesis of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So why did it take so long after the establishment of the MCU? Elsewhere in Kevin Feige’s interview with Variety, he explained that the first half of the MCU’s decade-long existence was spent building towards The Avengers. Once those relationships were established, andRead More


What You Need To Remember About The MCU In Advance Of B…

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Why Clark Gregg Wasn’t Included In The MCU 10 Year Clas…

The Marvel Cinematic Universe turns ten this year, and Marvel Studios recently decided to commemorate the occasion by bringing the entire MCU together for a class photo ahead of Avengers: Infinity War. Well, it was almost the entire MCU, except for a significant omission: Clark Gregg. The Phil Coulson actor couldn’t make it to the class picture, raising questions about why he didn’t show. But now Gregg has taken to social media to confirm that his commitments to promoting Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. at New York Comic Con prevented him fromRead More


Watch All The Big MCU Stars Come Together For An Amazin…

On October 7 last year, 79 actors and filmmakers from across the MCU came together to pose for this class photo, which is definitely yearbook worthy. At that point in the year, Avengers 4 and Ant-Man and the Wasp were simultaneously shooting at Pinewood Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, so it was easy enough to bring all these folks together under one roof. From Robert Downey Jr. and Scarlett Johansson to Terrence Howard and Pom Klementieff, all corners of the MCU were represented in one form or another, and you canRead More


Thor Gives the MCU Its Best Villain: Journey to Infinit…

Our journey to Infinity War continues with 2011’s Thor. So far, we’ve covered the perfect start to the Marvel Cinematic Universe with Iron Man, the studio’s green-headed step-child with The Incredible Hulk and Marvel’s first sequel, which is admittedly uneven, with Iron Man 2. Now, we have the introduction of Chris Hemsworth as the God of Thunder as we take our first steps into the cosmic side of the Marvel universe. This may not be a great movie in its own right, but it’s an important one for the MCU.Read More


How Much MCU Connection You Should Expect From Black Pa…

Scott Derrickson’s Doctor Strange is an interesting comparison to make to Black Panther, given that it was the last time that Marvel Studios introduced their audience to a whole new world within the larger world they have established. In the same way that blockbuster gave movie-goers a sense of what magic is in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Ryan Coogler’s film will be taking us on a head-first dive into the mysterious nation of Wakanda, which should be a place unlike anything we’ve ever seen on the big screen before. IntroducingRead More


Incredible Hulk Almost Derails the MCU: Journey to Infi…

Marvel’s early days are somewhat strange. It’s clear that the people behind-the-scenes knew that these movies could all be connected someday. And they knew that there was something bigger they were building toward. While it seems like they mostly figured that out by Iron Man 2, it’s really The Incredible Hulk that winds up being the forgotten child and the biggest casualty of the early stages of this grand experiment. That said, for all of the vocalization from the fanbase wanting a Hulk solo movie, we have one in theRead More


How Marvel Should Handle Wolverine In The MCU

There’s almost a 100% chance that you may have heard about this deal between Disney and Fox. In an historic deal, Disney tentatively purchased Fox’s movie and TV assets in a transaction that is valued somewhere close to $60 billion. As part of the deal, Disney will get the rights to Fox’s entire movie IPs, which includes Avatar, Alien, Planet of the Apes, Ice Age, as well as several others. The one the nerds cared most about, though, was the X-Men, who will now finally be making their way toRead More


Shaq Would Love To Join The MCU, And He Already Knows W…

To some, it may seem like a bizarre request for Shaq to want to play a part in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Having said that, it’s also worth remembering how some of the most unlikely decisions have turned into some of the most intriguing and exciting roles in the greater MCU. Before the release of Iron Man back in 2008, Robert Downey Jr. hadn’t been a big-ticket item in a hot minute, and Chris Pratt was the soft and lovable Andy Dwyer before transforming himself into Star-Lord for Guardians ofRead More