In Phase Three, Marvel's superhero franchises are getting a whole lot more diverse.
Not only will Black Panther represent Wakanda in 2017, but Captain Marvel will launch the first Marvel Studios film led by a woman in theaters on July 6, 2018.
A few hours ago, we all thought Marvel Studios was still shuffling its feet on Black Panther.
Turns out the Prince of Wakanda is well on his way to screens.
Marvel just announced that Black Panther has a release date, a fully-qualified star, and even an early costume design that's already available online.
Who needs Comic-Con? Not the reigning champ of superhero movies, it seems.
Marvel Studios created a huge Hall H moment all its own today, and did so without Hall H.
Kevin Feige revealed the remarkable full line-up of blockbusters making up Phase Three, officially announcing Doctor Strange, a new release date for Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Thor: Ragnarok, Black Panther starring Chadwick Boseman, Captain Marvel, Inhumans, and the two-part mega-movie Avengers: Infinity War.
Summit Entertainment announced this morning that Insurgent, the second installment in the awkwardly titled Divergent Series, is going 3D.
To trumpet the addition of a third dimension to the sequel, a run of eight interactive posters are hitting online throughout the day.
It's only fitting that an exceedingly British bear is showcased in a new British trailer for Paddington.
Don't worry, the trailer does include the CGI bear cub riding a skateboard and getting into all manner of slapstick shenanigans. He even appears to have a chihuahua sidekick, which raises some interesting question of inter-species ownership.
The first clip from The Imitation Game shows off the acting chops of the man Marvel just chose to star in Doctor Strange.
Benedict Cumberbatch sinks his teeth into the role of Alan Turing, filling this minute-long excerpt with an odd, confidently weird charisma.
And a bunch of official images from the Oscar hopeful show off supporting players like Keira Knightley and Matthew Goode.
The first image from next year's Colonia is as good an excuse as any other to talk about Emma Watson and her bold, fascinating post-Potter career.
Warner Bros. has a fever for DC-based TV shows.
The CW's airing Arrow and The Flash, Fox has Gotham, and now NBC has kicked off Constantine. A Supergirl show from Arrow and Flash mastermind Greg Berlanti is bound for CBS, too.
So when a rumor comes along suggesting that Superman's homeworld may be the setting of another DC show, it has at least the ring of truth.
By the Mystic Moons of Munnopor!
Marvel Studios has finally found the actor to star as Doctor Strange.
In one hell of a surprise, the casting drama has ended with the guy Marvel wanted in the first place: Benedict Cumberbatch.