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2012 is looking to be a bang-up year at the movies with some of the most anticipated movies of our time finally hitting screens. From The Avengers and The Amazing Spider-Man to The Dark Knight Rises, superheroes will have their say. Yet, there are also a slew of new tales to be told that have caught our eye as well… like Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained and The Hunger Games.
10. Dark ShadowsTim Burton and Johnny Depp reuniting? We’re in on that alone, but the fact that their latest is their take on the iconic television series about a family of vampires and we’re all the more excited for its May 11 arrival. 9. Django UnchainedIf Quentin Tarantino can do for Westerns what he did for World War II movies with Inglourious Basterds, then Django Unchained should be a thrilling, no-holds-barred adventure for audiences. Then, there’s that cast! Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L. Jackson, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Sacha Baron Cohen, Kurt Russell, Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz have us in a complete tizzy as to how good this film could be. Django Unchained arrives Christmas Day — Merry Christmas 2012 indeed.8. The Amazing Spider-ManWe’ve seen the first stills from The Amazing Spider-Man and our first inclinations that we don’t need a new Spidey adventure so soon after Tobey Maguire hung up his web-slingers were quickly dashed. Andrew Garfield is a perfect Peter Parker/Spider-Man and we adore Emma Stone. To think she’s Gwen Stacy… count us in when Spidey returns July 3. 7. PrometheusRidley Scott redefined the sci-fi genre with his astounding Blade Runner and Alien. The fact that it’s been decades since he went into space alone would have tongues wagging in anticipation for Prometheus. When the first trailer debuted (below), audiences began to get a clearer picture of what this Scott sci-fi venture would be and Movie Fanatic is beyond eager to get into the theater when Prometheus debuts June 8. 

6. Snow White and the HuntsmanThis is not your grandmother’s Snow White story. Kristen Stewart plays a heavily armed and armored Snow White who is trained by Chris Hemsworth’s Huntsman to do battle against Charlize Theron’s Evil Queen. Although we haven’t heard much of Stewart’s characterization of Snow White, Theron alone has us ready to get in line June 1 to get more of her devilishly delicious performance.Snow White and the Huntsman Trailer

5. The Hobbit: An Unexpected JourneyThe prequel to the Lord of the Rings trilogy had been in development for what seems like forever. Once Peter Jackson — director of the original films — signed on, The Hobbit finally got going. Judging by the Jackson production videos, his newest vision for Middle Earth is going to match the majesty of his first three films based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s books when it arrives December 14. Combine that with the fact that much of the original cast is back, including Ian McKellen and Elijah Wood, and The Hobbit starts our top 5 most anticipated films of next year.
The Hobbit Trailer
4. SkyfallLike The Hobbit before, the newest James Bond film ran into trouble from the get-go. Lucky for us, Daniel Craig was able to go off and do The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (check out our review). Deals were signed, a title was announced — Skyfall — and Craig and company were back filming the 23rd movie in the Bond franchise. Craig is by far the best Bond since Sean Connery, so we are thrilled that all the I’s got dotted and the T’s were crossed and we have a new Bond film for 2012 with Craig wearing the tux once again. Look for it November 9. 3. The Hunger GamesNot since the Twilight Saga has a book series had such passion attached to it in terms of its coming to the big screen. The Hunger Games is Suzanne Collins’ masterwork and with Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss, fans of the book have an actress who can deliver as their beloved heroine. Everything from Hunger Games stills to its poster release has captivated the world. One can only imagine the fever getting hotter as the March 23 release date gets ever closer.The Hunger Games Movie Trailer
2. The AvengersAll of our favorite Marvel superheroes in one film? We must have died and gone to heaven with the upcoming The Avengers. The Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hawkeye and Black Widow will defend all that is good in the world when the bad guy from the Thor movie, Loki, sets his sights on destroying Earth. The Avengers' release date, May 4, seems like years away. But with us celebrating New Year’s, at least the calendar year is finally the same as The Avengers’ arrival.The Avengers Trailer
1. The Dark Knight Rises Christopher Nolan has done incredible work bringing the Batman story into the 21st century. His last opus, The Dark Knight, was so brilliant, it barely missed the cut to be nominated for Best Picture, but it did win an Oscar for Heath Ledger as the Joker. The Dark Knight Rises picks up eight years later and finds our bat hero fighting a villain that appears to be even more horrible than Joker. Bane, as played by Tom Hardy, promises to destroy Gotham and bring it to its knees. Sounds like Nolan has upped the ante and that is why The Dark Knight Rises is our most anticipated film of 2012. Dark Knight Rises arrives July 22.The Dark Knight Rises Trailer
Bonus! There are so many fantastic films we’re excited for, here’s a list of what other films are floating our boat: Men in Black 3, Brave, World War Z, Gangster Squad, Battleship, This is Forty, Underworld Awakening, John Carter, GI Joe: Retaliation, The Dictator, Les Miserables, Wrath of the Titans, Total Recall, The Expendables 2, Gravity, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Jack the Giant Killer, Savages, 21 Jump Street, The Great Gatsby and The Bourne Legacy.

2012 is looking to be a bang-up year at the movies with some of the most anticipated movies of our time finally hitting screens. From The Avengers and The Amazing Spider-Man to The Dark Knight Rises, superheroes will have their say. Yet, there are also a slew of new tales to be told that have caught our eye as well… like Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained and The Hunger Games.


10. Dark Shadows
Tim Burton and Johnny Depp reuniting? We’re in on that alone, but the fact that their latest is their take on the iconic television series about a family of vampires and we’re all the more excited for its May 11 arrival. 

9. Django Unchained
If Quentin Tarantino can do for Westerns what he did for World War II movies with Inglourious Basterds, then Django Unchained should be a thrilling, no-holds-barred adventure for audiences. Then, there’s that cast! Leonardo DiCaprio, Samuel L. Jackson, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Sacha Baron Cohen, Kurt Russell, Jamie Foxx and Christoph Waltz have us in a complete tizzy as to how good this film could be. Django Unchained arrives Christmas Day — Merry Christmas 2012 indeed.

8. The Amazing Spider-Man
We’ve seen the first stills from The Amazing Spider-Man and our first inclinations that we don’t need a new Spidey adventure so soon after Tobey Maguire hung up his web-slingers were quickly dashed. Andrew Garfield is a perfect Peter Parker/Spider-Man and we adore Emma Stone. To think she’s Gwen Stacy… count us in when Spidey returns July 3. 

7. Prometheus
Ridley Scott redefined the sci-fi genre with his astounding Blade Runner and Alien. The fact that it’s been decades since he went into space alone would have tongues wagging in anticipation for Prometheus. When the first trailer debuted (below), audiences began to get a clearer picture of what this Scott sci-fi venture would be and Movie Fanatic is beyond eager to get into the theater when Prometheus debuts June 8. 

6. Snow White and the Huntsman
This is not your grandmother’s Snow White story. Kristen Stewart plays a heavily armed and armored Snow White who is trained by Chris Hemsworth’s Huntsman to do battle against Charlize Theron’s Evil Queen. Although we haven’t heard much of Stewart’s characterization of Snow White, Theron alone has us ready to get in line June 1 to get more of her devilishly delicious performance.Snow White and the Huntsman Trailer

5. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
The prequel to the Lord of the Rings trilogy had been in development for what seems like forever. Once Peter Jackson — director of the original films — signed on, The Hobbit finally got going. Judging by the Jackson production videos, his newest vision for Middle Earth is going to match the majesty of his first three films based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s books when it arrives December 14. Combine that with the fact that much of the original cast is back, including Ian McKellen and Elijah Wood, and The Hobbit starts our top 5 most anticipated films of next year.

4. Skyfall
Like The Hobbit before, the newest James Bond film ran into trouble from the get-go. Lucky for us, Daniel Craig was able to go off and do The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (check out our review). Deals were signed, a title was announced — Skyfall — and Craig and company were back filming the 23rd movie in the Bond franchise. Craig is by far the best Bond since Sean Connery, so we are thrilled that all the I’s got dotted and the T’s were crossed and we have a new Bond film for 2012 with Craig wearing the tux once again. Look for it November 9. 

3. The Hunger Games
Not since the Twilight Saga has a book series had such passion attached to it in terms of its coming to the big screen. The Hunger Games is Suzanne Collins’ masterwork and with Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss, fans of the book have an actress who can deliver as their beloved heroine. Everything from Hunger Games stills to its poster release has captivated the world. One can only imagine the fever getting hotter as the March 23 release date gets ever closer.The Hunger Games Movie Trailer

2. The Avengers
All of our favorite Marvel superheroes in one film? We must have died and gone to heaven with the upcoming The Avengers. The Hulk, Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hawkeye and Black Widow will defend all that is good in the world when the bad guy from the Thor movie, Loki, sets his sights on destroying Earth. The Avengers' release date, May 4, seems like years away. But with us celebrating New Year’s, at least the calendar year is finally the same as The Avengers’ arrival.The Avengers Trailer

1. The Dark Knight Rises 
Christopher Nolan has done incredible work bringing the Batman story into the 21st century. His last opus, The Dark Knight, was so brilliant, it barely missed the cut to be nominated for Best Picture, but it did win an Oscar for Heath Ledger as the Joker. The Dark Knight Rises picks up eight years later and finds our bat hero fighting a villain that appears to be even more horrible than Joker. Bane, as played by Tom Hardy, promises to destroy Gotham and bring it to its knees. Sounds like Nolan has upped the ante and that is why The Dark Knight Rises is our most anticipated film of 2012. Dark Knight Rises arrives July 22.The Dark Knight Rises Trailer

Bonus! There are so many fantastic films we’re excited for, here’s a list of what other films are floating our boat: Men in Black 3, Brave, World War Z, Gangster Squad, Battleship, This is Forty, Underworld Awakening, John Carter, GI Joe: Retaliation, The Dictator, Les Miserables, Wrath of the Titans, Total Recall, The Expendables 2, Gravity, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, Jack the Giant Killer, Savages, 21 Jump Street, The Great Gatsby and The Bourne Legacy.

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Deadline reports that Patty Jenkins (director of Monster with Charlize Theron), the first female director lined up at Marvel Studios to take on Thor 2, has left the project over “creative differences.” They mention she may eventually “end up working on one of these superhero films, but perhaps not on a sequel.” Interesting. Instead, Marvel is “canvassing” the agencies for a new director, which means back to the drawing board. Yep, they’re already trying to get this into production even though we haven’t even seen The Avengers yet, but it has a late November 2013 release. Chris Hemsworth will be back as Thor. I’ll let you know who they line up to replace Jenkins.

Deadline reports that Patty Jenkins (director of Monster with Charlize Theron), the first female director lined up at Marvel Studios to take on Thor 2, has left the project over “creative differences.” They mention she may eventually “end up working on one of these superhero films, but perhaps not on a sequel.” Interesting. Instead, Marvel is “canvassing” the agencies for a new director, which means back to the drawing board. Yep, they’re already trying to get this into production even though we haven’t even seen The Avengers yet, but it has a late November 2013 release. Chris Hemsworth will be back as Thor. I’ll let you know who they line up to replace Jenkins.

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If it hasn’t been obvious already, starting with Iron Man 2, the latest round of Marvel Studios movies have mostly been setups designed to lead us into The Avengers, which is finally arriving in theaters next May. While we just saw the first official trailer last week, Marvel made a stop at the New York Comic-Con this past weekend, and studio head Kevin Feige spoke about a few details regarding the future of the Marvel franchises.Bleeding Cool was the first to mention them, quoting that Feige said Iron Man 3 would be the first film “in the second phase of the Avengers initiative.” Other sequels would follow from there.
THR also posted on the event, with a quote of their own. Feige “told fans that Marvel is currently already working on Iron Man 3, which is in pre-production and which he said ‘will be the first of what we sort of refer to as phase two of this… saga that will culminate, God willing, in Avengers 2.” Right, so it sounds like that means Iron Man 3, Captain America 2, Thor 2, maybe something else in there (Ant-Man? Dr. Strange? War Machine?), and then we’ll get to The Avengers 2 - and this is all way down the line. IM3 is scheduled for May 2013, Thor 2 for November 2013, and Cap 2 doesn’t even have a date but is likely 2014. So don’t expect to seeAvengers 2 until at least 2014 - and that’s even if the first one does well next summer.
That said, it’s always exciting to hear them speak about the future setup of movies we’ll see. One of the Q&A questions asked about the tradition of teasing the next movie at the end of their current movie. “It’s a nice tradition, and I like traditions, so I think we’ll keep that up,” Feige responded. Bleeding Cool took that as Feige confirming that “there’s going to be a little teaser scene tucked away at the end, after the credits.” I hope so - I love seeing those! But will the end of Avengers have a teaser for Iron Man 3 then? Feige did also confirm that Shane Black is directing the third movie, as we know they’re already hard at work with RDJ.
If you want to read more on the footage/coverage from NYCC, head to THR, Bleeding Cool or The Playlist. I’m very excited to see The Avengers next summer and I’m just hoping that Joss Whedon has done a great job and made an awesome movie that lives up to the hype, at least that’s what I’m expecting. In terms of a few other Marvel franchises, Feige did apparently say that a Guardians of the Galaxy movie is in the works, but it will be standalone and probably won’t tie into this Avengers series. Glad to see some updates from NYCC, and it sounds like the footage was awesome. We’ll keep you updated on Avengers and beyond.

If it hasn’t been obvious already, starting with Iron Man 2, the latest round of Marvel Studios movies have mostly been setups designed to lead us into The Avengers, which is finally arriving in theaters next May. While we just saw the first official trailer last week, Marvel made a stop at the New York Comic-Con this past weekend, and studio head Kevin Feige spoke about a few details regarding the future of the Marvel franchises.Bleeding Cool was the first to mention them, quoting that Feige said Iron Man 3 would be the first film “in the second phase of the Avengers initiative.” Other sequels would follow from there.

THR also posted on the event, with a quote of their own. Feige “told fans that Marvel is currently already working on Iron Man 3, which is in pre-production and which he said ‘will be the first of what we sort of refer to as phase two of this… saga that will culminate, God willing, in Avengers 2.” Right, so it sounds like that means Iron Man 3Captain America 2Thor 2, maybe something else in there (Ant-ManDr. StrangeWar Machine?), and then we’ll get to The Avengers 2 - and this is all way down the line. IM3 is scheduled for May 2013, Thor 2 for November 2013, and Cap 2 doesn’t even have a date but is likely 2014. So don’t expect to seeAvengers 2 until at least 2014 - and that’s even if the first one does well next summer.

That said, it’s always exciting to hear them speak about the future setup of movies we’ll see. One of the Q&A questions asked about the tradition of teasing the next movie at the end of their current movie. “It’s a nice tradition, and I like traditions, so I think we’ll keep that up,” Feige responded. Bleeding Cool took that as Feige confirming that “there’s going to be a little teaser scene tucked away at the end, after the credits.” I hope so - I love seeing those! But will the end of Avengers have a teaser for Iron Man 3 then? Feige did also confirm that Shane Black is directing the third movie, as we know they’re already hard at work with RDJ.

If you want to read more on the footage/coverage from NYCC, head to THRBleeding Cool or The Playlist. I’m very excited to see The Avengers next summer and I’m just hoping that Joss Whedon has done a great job and made an awesome movie that lives up to the hype, at least that’s what I’m expecting. In terms of a few other Marvel franchises, Feige did apparently say that a Guardians of the Galaxy movie is in the works, but it will be standalone and probably won’t tie into this Avengers series. Glad to see some updates from NYCC, and it sounds like the footage was awesome. We’ll keep you updated on Avengers and beyond.

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It has been confirmed by Marvel, posted on their Facebook (via SHH), that the first official trailer for The Avengers will finally be arriving online next Tuesday, October 11th. We’re not sure of details beyond that, including whether it might also show in theaters this weekend, but you can be sure we’ll be the first to post it once it hits the web. Directed by Joss Whedon, and featuring an ensemble of superheroes, The Avengers hits theaters on May 4th, 2012. It stars: Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Chris Evans (Cap), Robert Downey Jr (Iron Man), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), Mark Ruffalo (Hulk).

It has been confirmed by Marvel, posted on their Facebook (via SHH), that the first official trailer for The Avengers will finally be arriving online next Tuesday, October 11th. We’re not sure of details beyond that, including whether it might also show in theaters this weekend, but you can be sure we’ll be the first to post it once it hits the web. Directed by Joss Whedon, and featuring an ensemble of superheroes, The Avengers hits theaters on May 4th, 2012. It stars: Chris Hemsworth (Thor), Chris Evans (Cap), Robert Downey Jr (Iron Man), Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow), Jeremy Renner (Hawkeye), Mark Ruffalo (Hulk).

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Thanks to ‘RealIrOnMaN,’ we have received a new photo of Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Captain America (Chris Evans) in Marvel’s The Avengers as well as a behind-the-scenes photo of Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow with writer/director Joss Whedon. Also starring Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner, Tom Hiddleston, Stellan Skarsgård and Samuel L. Jackson, the anticipated film hits theaters on May 4.

Continuing the epic big-screen adventures started in Iron ManThe Incredible HulkIron Man 2Thor and Captain America: The First AvengerMarvel’s The Avengers is the superhero team up of a lifetime. When an unexpected enemy emerges that threatens global safety and security, Nick Fury, Director of the international peacekeeping agency known as SHIELD, finds himself in need of a team to pull the world back from the brink of disaster. Spanning the globe, a daring recruitment effort begins

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Time for another big Marvel update! The recent issue of Entertainment Weekly has been providing a lot of good updates on The Avengers, now its given us even more juicy tidbits to consider for the future of Marvel Studios, with an update blurb called “What’s Next for Marvel?” - meaning beyond The Avengers, once that hits in May 2012. The answers, from Kevin Feige, include a few we know, like Iron Man 3 and Thor 2 being directed by Patty Jenkins, a brief bit on Edgar Wright’s Ant-Man, then there are some interesting quotes and info for two more: a Guardians of the Galaxy project and even Inhumans as well. Read on! 
This info comes straight from the new EW print issue, but the the original text updates online for these come from io9 (via SlashFilm), but Comic Book Movie has a scan of the blurb, which you can see directly to the right. Here’s the key updates they put in the piece, which come mostly straight from Kevin Feige himself.
Iron Man 3 - The sequel is aiming to be in theaters in May 2013, with Shane Black directing. Same as its been, as we’ve recently published updates on both Robert Downey Jr. and Jon Favreau talking with Shane about the sequel.
Thor 2 - Starts shooting next April, will “take Thor literally toother worlds,” says Kevin Feige. Director Patty Jenkins is indeed in talks to direct, which definitely makes this another one of their projects to keep an eye on. I’m very intrigued to see what she does with this.
Ant-Man - The project is still “nebulous”, but definitely in the works, with Edgar Wright still attached, who has “developed an excellent draft recently,” says Feige. Good, but still not sure when we’ll ever see this. Marvel must have a time-line where Ant-Man will work into an Avengers sequel down the line?
Guardians of the Galaxy - “There’s an opportunity to do a big space epic, which Thor sort of hints at, in the cosmic side of the [Marvel] universe.” The Guardians of the Galaxy are a team of alien warriors who were each the last of his or her kind. They originally appeared in their own series in 1969, with a follow-up group in 2008. This could be very interesting to see, lots of potential for an X-Men-like concept, which is exactly what Feige says next. Maybe they’re having fun with The Avengers ensemble?
Inhumans - “If either of these two last becomes a movie, Feige says, expect an X-Men-style ensemble a laThe Avengers.” So, the Inhumans are another fictional race of superhumans, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1965. EW explains “this one follows a society of heroes who evolved from alien experiments on primitive earthlings, and were then cast off into their own galactic kingdom.” Okay, so now we’re getting galactic in scope and more hard science fiction, which might be interesting to see Marvel try and pull off.
We’ve actually known for a few months that Marvel has been in development on a Guardians of the Galaxymovie, and while we haven’t reported on it here, there were rumors of an Inhumans project, too. I’m just wondering why they didn’t mention Dr. Strange, which I really want to hear about, or Runaways or Black Widow or Black Panther or War Machine or even Deadpool, if they’re talking about Marvel’s future. There’s plenty that’s supposed to be in the works and I want to hear some updates on all of those projects as well!
For now, it sounds like Marvel’s future is focused on The Avengers coming up next year, and the line-up directly after, with Iron Man 3, Thor 2, Captain America 2, and a whole bunch of other potential projects on the plate after that. They keep teasing at quite a few possibilities, I still can’t stop thinking about where Thanos’ Infinity Gauntlet is going to take us, but who knows, we have a long way to go before we get there. I am interested to see Marvel do a more space-oriented adventure, whether it be Dr. Strange or Inhumans or one of these other projects, let’s make it happen! Which Marvel movies are you most interested in?

Time for another big Marvel update! The recent issue of Entertainment Weekly has been providing a lot of good updates on The Avengers, now its given us even more juicy tidbits to consider for the future of Marvel Studios, with an update blurb called “What’s Next for Marvel?” - meaning beyond The Avengers, once that hits in May 2012. The answers, from Kevin Feige, include a few we know, like Iron Man 3 and Thor 2 being directed by Patty Jenkins, a brief bit on Edgar Wright’s Ant-Man, then there are some interesting quotes and info for two more: a Guardians of the Galaxy project and even Inhumans as well. Read on! 

This info comes straight from the new EW print issue, but the the original text updates online for these come from io9 (via SlashFilm), but Comic Book Movie has a scan of the blurb, which you can see directly to the right. Here’s the key updates they put in the piece, which come mostly straight from Kevin Feige himself.

Iron Man 3 - The sequel is aiming to be in theaters in May 2013, with Shane Black directing. Same as its been, as we’ve recently published updates on both Robert Downey Jr. and Jon Favreau talking with Shane about the sequel.

Thor 2 - Starts shooting next April, will “take Thor literally toother worlds,” says Kevin Feige. Director Patty Jenkins is indeed in talks to direct, which definitely makes this another one of their projects to keep an eye on. I’m very intrigued to see what she does with this.

Ant-Man - The project is still “nebulous”, but definitely in the works, with Edgar Wright still attached, who has “developed an excellent draft recently,” says Feige. Good, but still not sure when we’ll ever see this. Marvel must have a time-line where Ant-Man will work into an Avengers sequel down the line?

Guardians of the Galaxy - “There’s an opportunity to do a big space epic, which Thor sort of hints at, in the cosmic side of the [Marvel] universe.” The Guardians of the Galaxy are a team of alien warriors who were each the last of his or her kind. They originally appeared in their own series in 1969, with a follow-up group in 2008. This could be very interesting to see, lots of potential for an X-Men-like concept, which is exactly what Feige says next. Maybe they’re having fun with The Avengers ensemble?

Inhumans - “If either of these two last becomes a movie, Feige says, expect an X-Men-style ensemble a laThe Avengers.” So, the Inhumans are another fictional race of superhumans, created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1965. EW explains “this one follows a society of heroes who evolved from alien experiments on primitive earthlings, and were then cast off into their own galactic kingdom.” Okay, so now we’re getting galactic in scope and more hard science fiction, which might be interesting to see Marvel try and pull off.

We’ve actually known for a few months that Marvel has been in development on a Guardians of the Galaxymovie, and while we haven’t reported on it here, there were rumors of an Inhumans project, too. I’m just wondering why they didn’t mention Dr. Strange, which I really want to hear about, or Runaways or Black Widow or Black Panther or War Machine or even Deadpool, if they’re talking about Marvel’s future. There’s plenty that’s supposed to be in the works and I want to hear some updates on all of those projects as well!

For now, it sounds like Marvel’s future is focused on The Avengers coming up next year, and the line-up directly after, with Iron Man 3Thor 2Captain America 2, and a whole bunch of other potential projects on the plate after that. They keep teasing at quite a few possibilities, I still can’t stop thinking about where Thanos’ Infinity Gauntlet is going to take us, but who knows, we have a long way to go before we get there. I am interested to see Marvel do a more space-oriented adventure, whether it be Dr. Strange or Inhumans or one of these other projects, let’s make it happen! Which Marvel movies are you most interested in?

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