COMIC REEL: Iron Man Vs. Ultron; Things Shape Up For "Batman v Superman" & "Civil War"


After rounds and rounds of footage from Joss Whedon's sequel has already arrived online, you'd think there's nothing more to see from the latest "Avengers" film. But you'd be wrong! Today the latest TV spot for the movie showed us a new look at one of the film's most anticipated battles: Iron Man Vs. Ultron:

Arrives in theaters on May 1.


For the tech heads out there, some news arrives for the Russo Brothers' next Cap sequel. Variety reports that the movie will be the first filmed with a new Imax 2D digital camera created with German motion picture supply giant Arri. That doesn't mean "Civil War" won't arrive in theaters in 3D, however. Like most action films these days, it will be converted to 3D after filming.

Arrives May 6, 2016.


One of the most beloved things about the CW DC superhero show is the action. And today, the network released a look behind the scenes of one of its most recent big battles: the fight between Ted "Wildcat" Grant and Danny "Birck" Brickwell. Check it out:

Airs Wednesdays on The CW.


It's been a while since we've seen anything new from the DC Universe-establishing flick, and today Comic Book Movie caught the credits for the movie. There's no giant news there aside from the somewhat expected confirmation that Warner Bros. favorite Ben Affleck will get top billing as Batman. The site does speculate that this release indicates an official poster is in the offing soon.

Arrives March 26, 2016.


After the big news this weekend that Peter Parker will again be the boy behind the red mask, Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige talked more about the plans to bring Spidey into the MCU. For one, Feige later came out to say that Peter's inclusion doesn't rule out an eventual appearance by Ultimate Spider-Man Mile Morales. Now Collider confirms that the character won't make a last minute appearance in "Avengers: Age of Ultron."


Star Ryan Reynolds keeps pumping out new info via his Twitter feed. Even as images of Negasonic Teenage Warhead and Colossus arrive online, the actor also shared a particularly perfect piece of fan art for the X-Men spinoff.

There should be an award for fan art. pic.twitter.com/4Kge5FhoWk

- Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) April 12, 2015

Arrives February 12, 2016.


If you haven't yet, check out the new trailer for the Paul Rudd-led Marvel Studios movie below and check in with Kevin Feige on how "Ant-Man" impacts the rest of the MCU.


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