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Ryan Coogler on How Black Panther Differs from Other Marvel Films Black Panther, King of the technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda, made his mighty cinematic debut in Captain America: Civil War.  T’Challa (his birth name) is now stepping out to be the hero in his very own highly-anticipated solo film starring an impressive cast with Chadwick Bosemen as the titular character and Creed’s Michael B. Jordan as the villain Erik Killmonger.

Black Panther: First Plot Details Revealed Black Panther, the upcoming Marvel solo film, has been shrouded in mystery since it was first announced. Other than the post-credits scene in Captain America: Civil War that gave us a glimpse at Panther’s (Chadwick Boseman) secluded and technological homeland of Wakanda and a slew of casting details, we haven’t heard much concerning the actual plot.

Coogler Talks Up The Connection Between 'BLACK PANTHER' And The Current Comic Run One of the seemingly insurmountable tasks filmmakers must encounter, when it comes to adapting a beloved comic book character to the big screen, is choosing which book, run, or continuity to pull from. Especially when it's a character that's been around for several decades, has had dozens of great iterations, and unique voices that have added their own touches to the character's legacy.

WATCH: 'Black Panther' director on representation in superhero movies Ryan Coogler describes his vision of Wakanda

Joe Quesada Says IRON FIST Has More Villains Than Any Other Netflix Marvel Show In a new interview with IGN, Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada touched on his work on the Marvel TV shows and revealed something particularly interesting regarding the company's upcoming Iron Fist collaboration with Netflix. "The cast is amazing. Another show that will be completely different from Luke, Jessica and Daredevil. That's really our goal. We're trying to offer four shows, that live in the same universe but offer fans a completely different look. Martial arts will play a huge part in Iron Fist.

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Marvel Announces the U.S.Avengers Once upon a time in Marvel Comics there were The Avengers, occasionally the West Coast Avengers and that was more or less it in terms of Avengers-branded superteams. But within the past decade it’s become common for multiple Avengers associations to operate concurrently – often with different and occasionally opposing mission statements. These teams allowed fans a chance to see surprising character-combinations and interactions between heroes they might otherwise never have seen.

Marvel Daredevil Blu-ray / DVD Release… For The U.K. There has been no specific announcement yet, but Zavvi.com has listed on their site the Blu-ray, DVD and Steelbook editions of Marvel Daredevil Season 1. Their site lists the released date as October 3rd. There are no special features listed  But the steelbook edition will come with art by Joe Quesada. No official word has been released nor anything on a U.S. release date, but this likely a miscommunication between Zavvi and the studio and I would expect a detailed announcement to come shortly.   Marvel Daredevil Blu-ray / DVD Release… For The U.K.

Jon Bernthal’s portrayal of Frank Castle / The Punisher in season two of Marvel’s Daredevil was not only one of the highlights of the critically acclaimed series, but encouraged Netflix to expand it’s deal with Marvel to give the character his own series. Bernthal talked with ADTV about Castle, what we’ve seen and what happens next. The Frank Castle you find in this story is not The Punisher. He’s reeling from the loss of his family. He’s driven by rage and is on a singular mission to find these people who took his family from him, and do it as brutally as possible.

Charlie Cox on how he screwed up his Han Solo audition because of Daredevil There's a good chance that most people will see Charlie Cox as Matt Murdock/Daredevil for the rest of his days, but the man is a working actor and when he's not performing in Incognito off-Broadway, he actually did audition for another highly coveted role. I'm, of course, referring to that of Han Solo for Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. We already know that Alden Ehrenreich took... Read More...

While Ryan Reynolds and Tim Miller are widely acknowledged as the pair that helped get the hugely successful Deadpool off the ground, it seems there was another Hollywood twosome that assisted in getting the film the green light; directors James Cameron and David Fincher.

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