While promoting the home video release of Avengers: Age of Ultron this week, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige addressed a number of topics regarding the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here are the most notable bits:
Captain America: Civil War ends an era
It’ll have been a brief “era,” spanning only five years, from 2011 to 2016, but the end of the… Continue reading Marvel Studios Chief Teases 'Captain America,' 'Spider-Man' and TV's 'Daredevil'
In the bombshell interview with Fox’s Megyn Kelly, Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar defended their son Josh Duggar, who they say “improperly touched” for “just a few seconds” five young girls including four of his sisters as a teenager, calling the backlash “public shame” instigated by someone with a “personal agenda.”
“There’s an agenda,” Michelle said on The Kelly File. “There’s people that are purposely trying to bring things… Continue reading Jim Bob And Michelle Duggar Claim Police Chief Took A Bribe And Had A ‘Personal Agenda’ Against ’19 Kids & Counting’ Family On ‘The Kelly File’
Disney CEO Alan Horn has been hinting at bits and pieces of information about “Star Wars: Episode VII” for months, and while fans still don’t have much to cling to — including cast and plot details — Horn promises that there will be some revelations soon.
One of the few things that Horn would say about “Episode VII” is that there… Continue reading George Lucas 'Is a Consultant' on 'Star Wars: Episode VII,' Says Disney Chief
Marvel’s next movie is getting an extra dose of strange: Movies.com is reporting that Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige wants to feature Doctor Strange in the studio’s next phase of superhero flicks.
“Doc Strange, as I’ve been saying for years, is a movie I believe we should make — we’re just figuring out how to make it a great movie,” Feige told… Continue reading A 'Doctor Strange' Movie Is Coming, Says Marvel Chief Kevin Feige
NBC entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt and 30 Rock star and producer Tina Fey just issued statements reacting to the controversy that’s erupted over Tracy Morgan’s homophobic rant during a Nashville stand-up performance: “I speak for NBC and myself personally when I say we do not condone hate or violence of any kind and I am