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Tag Archives: Marvel Studios
The Walt Disney Studios is in for a huge box office weekend with Marvel’s Iron Man 3 opening in upwards of 4000 theatres across the United States and Canada tonight and tomorrow. The film has already brought in $242.1 million internationally. … Continue reading
So this is happening! Captain America: The Winter Soldier is due April 4, 2014—we’re talking Falcon, Bucky, and Robert Redford, people. That’s some exciting stuff! Principal photography has started and the new Captain America movie is up and running. The … Continue reading
It’s been obvious for sometime that the latest Marvel films all tie together into a coherent universe. But it’s not immediately obvious how closely arranged all the events are. The folks at Film Buff Online have compiled a timeline of … Continue reading
Marvel has released a new clip that shows a few, very brief, and I mean very, moments of its next big film – The Avengers. The clip also contains the last few seconds of Captain America: The First Avenger, which … Continue reading
John Lasseter is a significant part of the creative force behind Pixar. Disney’s purchase of Pixar was in large degree because they wanted to import Lasseter’s talent to other Disney divisions. Disney’s purchase of Marvel had a similar personality involved … Continue reading