A quartet of sharp official images from X-Men: Days of Future Past offer up two blasts from the past and two something-that-rhymes-with-future from the future.
And the prequel-sequel's production designer is explaining the Future-Sentinels, humanity's ultimate weapon for mutant extermination.
Production on the Fantastic Four reboot kicks off in March, yet only Johnny Storm, one-fourth of Marvel's First Family, has actually been cast. Actually, he might not even be cast. All we have are rumors in lieu of actual announcements.
And all the rumors we've been hearing have focused on Reed Richards and Sue Storm, leaving Ben Grimm conspicuously out in the cold.
The first big rumor regarding The Thing's casting has emerged, only to be quickly swatted down by director Josh Trank.
What's the best way of reminding everybody that X-Men: Days of Future Past includes appearances by many, many Marvel Comics characters?
By dropping twenty-five variant covers of the same magazine, apparently.
The Fantastic Four reboot kicks off production in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in late March, yet Fox's next crack at Marvel's first family has cast but one member of the titular quartet.
With the screenplay finally completed, though, it looks like director Josh Trank will be screen testing actors against Michael B. Jordan to determine who should play the lead roles of Reed Richards and Sue Storm.
The marketing department at Sony Pictures was apparently bitten by a radioactive spider, because the studio is hyping this summer's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 with an otherwise-inexplicable strength and agility.
A pair of international posters, for example, prime the hype-pump with new looks at Spider-Man himself and Electro, one of several villains menacing the wallcrawler in Marc Webb's follow-up to the 2012 reboot.
Robert Orci, one member of the creative brain trust behind Sony's Amazing Spider-Man spinoffs Venom and Sinister Six has opened up just a bit about the shared-universe adventures.
The producer and co-writer has provided our first insight on the challenges of comic book movies about villains, how Oscorp plays into the rebooted Venom's origin, and just what the deal is with The Amazing Spider-Man 4.
Spider-Man is doing whatever a spider can in four of seven brand new images from this summer's The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
So a big-budget 3D reboot of The Fantastic Four is scheduled to arrive during the crowded summer of 2015.
Did you know that the 2005 Fantastic Four starring Jessica Alba and future Captain America Chris Evan was not, in fact, the first time that Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's superteam went before the cameras for a live-action adaptation?
The upcoming documentary Doomed! The Story of Roger Corman's 'The Fantastic Four' is all about the little-seen 1994 oddity, a low-budget take on Marvel's First Family that preceded the cinematic superhero boom by almost a decade yet never actually saw release.
One of the elements of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 inspiring curiosity is the arc of Harry Osborn, Peter Parker's buddy destined for villainy.
Today, some insight on the rebooted Osborn's role in the sequel is coming straight from the source, actor Dane DeHaan.
Two new images from this summer's X-Men: Days of Future Past show off familiar X-Men and X-Men: First Class players Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy, and even Nicholas Hoult in full-on Beast mode.
One of these two pictures also reveals an all-new mutant: Quicksilver, the super-speedy character played by Evan Peters.