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The MCU is usually spot-on with their costume design, but some times they leave the better versions on the cutting room floor.
A piece of concept art has just surfaced teasing the previously planned introduction of Evangeline Lilly's Wasp in Captain America: Civil War.
The MCU is an unstoppable force right now, but some of these changes could've changed the course of movie history.
The MCU's third Phase is widely recognized as its best, but it all started with some incredible sketches!
With Phase Three coming to a close, we look at all the little things that only real fans noticed during Marvel's most successful run of films!
There have been millions of fan theories about the MCU over the course of the past 10 years, and these 20 actually ended up being spot on!
There have been a ton of jokes in the world of Marvel movies, but some of them are so subtle that fans probably still missed them during a rewatch!
Director Peyton Reed describes how Luis was going to include the famous Civil War airport battle in one of his now-trademark recap monologues.
After the release of Ant-Man and the Wasp, we look back at the MCU to list 20 last-minute changes that would have ultimately changed everything.
One fan took video of Captain America leading his rogue team of heroes into battle and dubbed in a quote from Billy Eichner's Billy on the Street.
Ant-Man and the Wasp takes place after the two-year gap separating Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War -- and a lot has happened.
Ant-Man and the Wasp director Peyton Reed reveals that Wasp was originally set to debut in the Russo brothers' Captain America: Civil War.
The MCU has had more than its share of cataclysmic events. Even if the heroes usually save the day, there's always a mess to clean up. Here are the worst!
Paul Rudd's Scott Lang very nearly found himself on a different side of the law in Marvel's Captain America: Civil War.
Infinity War was full of reveals and new character arcs, but some mysteries still remain unsolved.
The MCU have been criticized for their lack of compelling villains, but we've found some we actually want to see again (and others we don't).