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Marvel Announces Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Inhumans, Civil War, 2-Part Avengers 3, and More
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Marvel Studios held an event today at the El Capitan Theater in Los Angeles to make some stunning announcements revolving around their Phase Three film release slate, the details of which have mostly been the subject of rumor and conjecture until now. Studio president Kevin Feige hosted the event (with some surprise guests) and later held court at a press-only Q&A following the announcements.

Movies/release dates that were announced or confirmed include Doctor Strange, Guardians of the Galaxy 2, Thor: Ragnarok, Captain America: Civil War, Black Panther (including who will play the title role), Captain Marvel, Inhumans, and a two-part Avengers titled Avengers: Infinity War.

You can read a full recap of the event, and see logo images for all of these movies and an official concept art image of Black Panther below!

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Robert Downey Jr. Joins ‘Captain America 3’ For Rumored ‘Civil War’ Storyline
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The Avengers Iron Man and Captain America

When Robert Downey Jr.‘s contract with Marvel was redone, it only entailed him to be in Avengers: Age of Ultron, and one other Avengers films. But curiosity started to arise when RDJ began talking Iron Man 4 during his The Judge press tour. While it was confirmed that there was no Iron Man 4 was in the works, many were wondering why the actor was pushing Marvel Studios during a movie press tour that had no Marvel connections. He did mention that Marvel had one huge announcement to make, and this would certainly qualify as a huge announcement.

Variety reports that Tony Stark will be joining Captain America 3. While the news of the casting is confirmed, it has started a rumor that Stark’s involvement could mean that the MCU would be headed towards the Civil War storyline instead of Infinity Gauntlet. Hit the jump for more.

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Jeremy Renner Doesn’t Think Hawkeye Deserves His Own Film
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Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye in Avengers: Age Of Ultron

Of all the heroes on the Avengers roster, Hawkeye is the one who has gotten the least amount of screentime. Sure he was in Thor, but that really wasn’t a significant role. Black Widow had two supporting roles in Iron Man 2 and Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and Agent Maria Hill even had a small role in the Captain America sequel as well. But during the events of Marvel’s Phase 2, it seems that Hawkeye has been out of the picture. Which is a bit strange considering everything that has been going on. So, one might think that Hawkeye would have a bigger role in Avengers: Age of Ultron, or even get his own solo film, but Jeremy Renner doesn’t believe in the latter.

According to him, he doesn’t believe that Hawkeye should get his own film, and better serves as a utility player for films like The Avengers, and “possibly” Captain America 3. Hit the jump to read more comments from him and to see a video of him talking the character.

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Jeremy Renner Says Hawkeye May Appear In ‘Captain America 3’
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It’s never a dull moment during the production of any Marvel film. And as we have seen, characters can be killed but resurrected, or they can fake their deaths, or they can just disappear into the winds, but if there is one Marvel character that hasn’t gotten a fair shake it would probably be Jeremy Renner‘s Hawkeye. Renner was a last minute addition to Thor, he was basically a villain for almost three-quarters of The Avengers, and he didn’t get to appear alongside his fellow assassin, Black Widow, in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. But the actor may have dropped a huge spoiler about Hawkeye, and the future of his character in the MCU.

Avengers: Age Of Ultron director Joss Whedon said that Hawkeye won’t be moping around as a hypnotized baddie in the second film, which is a good thing. Whedon then said he would like to kill someone in the film, and all eyes went on Hawkeye, which would make sense, had it not been for this latest rumor: Hawkeye could be in Captain America 3. Hit the jump to learn more.

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Falcon Won’t Become Cap In ‘Captain America 3’
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Anthony Mackie The Falcon in Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Marvel Comics has made a few changes to their characters in the past few weeks. It first started out with revealing that Thor will be a woman. Series writer Jason Aaron emphasized, “This is not She-Thor. This is not Lady Thor. This is not Thorita. This is THOR. This is the THOR of the Marvel Universe. But it’s unlike any Thor we’ve ever seen before.” Then it was announced that The Falcon would become the new Captain America. While these changes show how progressive the comic book giant can be, there was a lot of speculation on how the changes would impact the Marvel Cinematic Universe, especially since many of the actors’ contracts will expire after The Avengers 3.

It would make sense to make these changes in the films to coincide with the changes in comics. But, wait just one moment. Like any adaptation, the films don’t always follow their source materials to the letter, and screenwriters and directors are always taking creative liberties with these comic book properties. That’s why Captain America 3 scribes Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely say that we shouldn’t expect to see Falcon become Captain America in the next sequel, but they don’t want fans to give up hope on the idea either. Hit the jump for more.

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‘Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ Rescheduled For March 2016 Release
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Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice Logo Image

May 6, 2016, a day that was to pit Captain America 3 against Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. With Marvel’s proven track record, the outcome of this seemed all too obvious, but there is a chance that moviegoers wanted to see what WB had in store for the DC Comics Universe. But Warner Bros has decided that keeping the May 6, 2016 date was too risky, and now has pushed back the release date to March 25, 2016 – which is well outside the Summer movie season.

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‘Captain America 3’ Will Take Place A Couple Of Years After ‘The Winter Soldier’
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We are still more than a year away from seeing Captain America 3, although we will see the titular character fight alongside his fellow Avengers in Avengers: Age Of Ultron next May. How the latter film will affect the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is unknown at this time, but if we were to base everything off what we saw in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, we’d have to say that Steve Rodgers (Chris Evans) and Sam Wilson aka the Falcon (Anthony Mackie) would be continuing to search for Bucky Barnes’ (Sebastian Stan) whereabouts.

The Russo Brothers have signed on to direct the film’s sequel, and talked to Yahoo! Movies about what we can expect to see in it, revealing that the third Cap film will take place “a couple years” after its predecessor, The Winter Soldier.

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It’ll Be Three Years Before We See ‘Avengers 3’ Says Kevin Feige
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There will be a long lull of Marvel Studios’ films between Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers: Age of Ultron. In between that lull we could expect to see trailers and clips for the latter film. So while some of us are waiting for the highly anticipated Avengers sequel to hit theaters next May, others are thinking beyond that date.

In addition to Age of Ultron, we will also see Ant-Man opening in July of next year, which will be followed up by Captain America 3 on May 6, 2016; followed by an untitled film; followed by another untitled film on May 5, 2017; then the release of Guardians of the Galaxy 2 on July 17, 2017, and another mystery release in November 2017.

Marvel has carefully coordinated their plan of attack by releasing up to two to three films a year. But it is 2018 we should all be watching out for. 2012 marked the release of The Avengers, and it’ll be three years since its release when Age of Ultron hits theaters next year. So does that mean we will have to wait another three years before Avengers 3 hits after Age of Ultron? Hit the jump to find out.

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‘Captain America 3’ Confirmed For May 2016 Release
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier Review

Marvel is obviously pleased with Captain America: The Winter Soldier‘s $300 million global box office gross this past weekend. The film was well-received by fans and critics alike, and now it’s time for the studio to look into the future, far ahead of its upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron‘s May 1, 2015 release. While we have Ant-Man to look forward to, Captain America 3 will be one of the closing chapters of the solo hero films.

Marvel teased the idea of a May 6, 2016 release, and initially scheduled Captain America 3 to open the 2016 summer blockbuster season. Now they confirm that the sequel will indeed debut on that date. Hit the jump to see what the film could be about, plus which other blockbuster tentpole superhero film it could go up against.

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‘Captain America 3’ Writers Hint At A Psychotic Storyline
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier doesn’t open in theaters for another two weeks, but that isn’t stopping fans from talking about what looks to be one of the most entertaining films of year. Having already seen it, I can assure you the sequel is one of the best superhero films ever. So to keep this from being spoilery, we will jump ahead to the next sequel, Captain America 3, which in itself is an exciting date if things continue on this path.

That’s because fans can’t even stop about thinking what it would be like to see Captain America go up against Batman Vs. Superman on May 6, 2016. But before you can speculate what the sequel will be about, especially having not yet seen Winter Soldier, screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely dropped one tiny nugget as to what we can expect. Hit the jump for more.

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