Award-winning ‘Creed’ writer/director Ryan Coogler has officially signed on to direct Marvel‘s 2018 live-action film, ‘Black Panther,’ starring Chadwick Boseman.
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Marvel Comics’ new “Hip-Hop Variants” project pairs acclaimed hip-hop albums with popular superheroes.
“Creative differences” will keep Ava DuVernay from directing Marvel‘s ‘Black Panther,’ starring Chadwick Boseman.
After a successful run as Spider-Man in Marvel Comics‘ alternate series, Miles Morales is getting a promotion to the Marvel Universe!
Artist-rendered covers of TIME and WIRED magazines profiling actor Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa, better known as Marvel‘s Black Panther, have had fans wondering if the studio is launching promotion for the superhero who will finally have a solo film in 2018.
At a mystery event on Tuesday, Marvel officially unveiled that ‘Get On Up’ star Chadwick Boseman has been cast as ‘Black Panther,’ which is now set for a February 2018 release date.
Pop star and fashion icon Rihanna channels X-Men’s weather-controlling Storm for Germany’s TUSH Magazine.
Comic-books legend Stan Lee has confirmed that Marvel is finally working on a live-action film for Black Panther, the first Black superhero in mainstream American comics.
UK-based illustrator Ali Graham has transformed The Roots’ Black Thought, ?uestlove, and Captain Kirk Douglas into every ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ fan’s favorite tree-like beings: The GRoots.
This week Marvel announced that Steve Rodgers will be replaced by The Falcon as Captain America, making him second black Captain America in the Marvel Comics Universe.
To almost no one’s surprise, Iron Man 3 has struck gold for Disney and Marvel Studios at the box office this weekend!
Enjoy a sneak peek from the set of ‘Amazing Spider-Man 2’ with Jamie Foxx as Electro’s nerdy alter ego, Maxwell “Max” Dillon, one of Spider-Man’s biggest adversaries.
Enjoy this first look at a new Black graphic novel, ‘Ajala: A Series of Adventures,’ which will be released in four parts starting January 2013. The series was created and written by Robert Moore, founder of XMoore Studios, with beautiful graphic support from illustrator N. Steven Harris, who has worked on some of the biggest characters published by Marvel, DC Comics, and Dark Horse Comics.
Cali-based freelance illustrator Jerrod Maruyama tributes Marvel’s Avengers with adorable kawaii-style Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America, and Thor.
The Avengers has managed to remain in the #1 spot at the weekend box office by bringing in a total of $55.1 million. This brings the film to a total of $457.1 million in the United States and $1.18 billion worldwide. Rihanna’s debut film Battleship was expected to enter the box office within the $35 million to $40 million range but it sadly fell flat.
Marvel Comics’ Avengers has set a new bar in opening weekends by pulling in a total of $200.3 million, the largest debut ever and kicking off summer 2012 in high style.