COMIC REEL: Vulture Rumored To Appear In "Spider-Man: Homecoming"; Kevin Feige Hints At "Guardians of the Galaxy 3"


Birth.Movies.Death has heard a rumor that the Vulture will be in the film. He may not be the main villain, though, as the rumor states.

Marvel has also announced that the film will be titled "Spider-Man: Homecoming" and they also released the logo.


You can read a recap of last night's "S.H.I.E.L.D." episode, "Paradise Lost," right here on CBR. There's also a promo for next week's episode, "The Team."

Airs Tuesdays on ABC


While talking to Screen Crush, screenwriter Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely revealed that Thanos will have a huge introduction in "Infinity War."

"We don't get an element of surprise. Everyone knows he's coming, and yet he hasn't had terribly many scenes that have illuminated very much about him," said Markus. "You can count on a lot of scenes where we illuminate a lot about him very early."

"The challenge is hanging on to character as motivation when you blow the canvas up to the entire universe. And not to make it seem like all your people look like tiny little video game characters running around," McFeely shared.

"It's just trying to balance character moments in the middle of big, crazy Jim Starlin ['Infinity Gauntlet' creator] action," added Markus.

Part 1 opens May 4, 2018; Part 2 opens May 3, 2019


During Las Vegas' CinemaCon, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara confirmed that the studio is working with Ben Affleck to develop a standalone "Batman" film. According to Mashable, Affleck will direct and star in the project. The Hollywood Reporter also confirmed that Affleck is directing the solo "Batman" outing, which will be the first since Christopher Nolan's "Dark Knight" trilogy wrapped in 2012.

"It's been tremendously exciting for us to be a part of the DC Universe, and we're looking forward to working on Justice League," Affleck said following the announcement.

No release date set


Marvel Fan Club and CBM have round-ups of new "Civil War" photos and concept art.


The first teaser trailer for "Doctor Strange" has been released.

A pair of posters for the film have also been released.


While speaking to CBR, actor Colman Domingo revealed what he thinks is the real threat to the survivors.

More than anything, I think they should be more threatened and worried about people," said Domingo. "They are the true danger in this zombie apocalypse. You have to be very careful, especially when it comes to your family and friends. The people close to you yesterday may have other needs now. It's a devastating time and it changes people. The zombies -- or what we are calling the 'infected' -- I feel we should be even less afraid of them in a way and more afraid of who supposedly had your back yesterday."

Returns April 10 on AMC


In a chat with io9, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige hinted that a third "Guardians of the Galaxy" could be in the works.

"We're only working on what's been announced through the end of 2019," said Feige. "And it is still a big chess board for 2020 and beyond, but certainly I would say 'Guardians 3' is [one film that's] up there. I don't know what exactly the order will be."


Jason Momoa posted a workout video to Instagram that included what could be a reference to the JLA's Watchtower -- or it could be a reference to the fact that he's listening to the Jimi Hendrix Experience's "All Along the Watchtower."

Coach @wfmft getting ready for the castle. Watchtower.

A video posted by Jason Momoa (@prideofgypsies) on

As reported by Birth.Movies.Death, a "Justice League" presentation during CinemaCon included a brief video message from director Zack Snyder and the film's cast -- including Henry Cavill.

Opens November 17, 2017


"Kingsman: The Golden Circle" is looking to enlist Elton John. According to The Hollywood Reporter, John is in talks for an as-yet-unknown role in the sequel to 2014's surprise hit film "Kingsman."

Opens June 10,2017


In an interview with Comic Book Movie, Johnathon Schaech spoke about his upcoming role as Jonah Hex and whether or not he'd watched the previous "Jonah Hex" feature film.

"I had actually seen it already," said Schaech. Brolin's a great actor. I looked online to see him speak, the way he looked etc -- but went back to my comics to really research. One thing about working for Tom Hanks I learned to study and bring the truth. The right chords. And to try and bring the experience of the character -- no matter how much time I'm given. I've been preparing to play a role like this. I had a feeling it was coming, and I'd been fighting, shooting and lifting to be ready even before the audition arrived."

Airs Thursdays on the CW


Jai Courtney has posted a picture of himself with the "Squad" cast.


A photo posted by Jai Courtney (@jaicourtney) on

Opens on August 5, 2016

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