Adam Driver reportedly accepts offer for role in Marvel Cinematic Universe

After appearing as a menacing villain in the new Star Wars trilogy, Adam Driver is trading in his dark garb and helmet for superhero gear. The actor has reportedly accepted an offer to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the iconic character Reed Richards, aka Mr. Fantastic. Driver brings another award-nominated actor into the


WandaVision Season 2 release date and cast latest: When is it coming out?

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has started a new form for telling stories as they are going to move from Disney+ streaming shows to theatrical movies based on the story they are telling. The first series that Marvel chose to make was WandaVision, which brought Avengers Wanda Maximoff and Vision to the small screen in one


Loki showrunner hints there can be multiple versions of him in his series

What’s more fun than one Loki? A multiverse of them.  Previewing the upcoming Disney+ series, showrunner Michael Waldron hinted that there might be more than one version of Tom Hiddleston’s God of Mischief showing up in the new series.  The new Loki It can be easy to overlook that the Loki starring in this new


X-Men: 10 most powerful omega-level mutants, ranked

The X-Men are coming to the Marvel Cinematic Universe soon, although there is no hint on which mutants might show up. While the mutants everyone has gotten to know are the basic X-Men, there are many more that movie fans have yet to meet. For the uninitiated, mutants are split up into different power levels,


Loki: 10 other Marvel villains who deserve their own TV show

There’s something about rooting for the bad guys that feels natural for comic book fans. Sure, a few villains can be horrible. The Red Skull is a good example. The best villains are those who have a cause. Thanos wanted to balance the universe. He went about it in the worst way imaginable. The MCU


Sam Neill admits he doesn’t understand his own Thor role

The MCU can often be a mystery to people, and that includes some of the folks in it.  Sam Neill, who’s set to reprise his role as the “fake Odin” in Thor: Love & Thunder, confessed to a radio show that he doesn’t understand the franchise even in his second Marvel movie. The Fake Odin