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Ultimate Marvel Marathon is 29 hours straight of superhero movies

Ultimate Marvel Marathon is 29 hours straight of superhero movies

Are you really into Marvel's superhero movie universe? Can you tolerate sitting still for an incredibly long period of time without going to sleep? Are you dying from anticipation for the new Avengers: Age of Ultron film? If you answered "yes" to all of those questions, the time to prove it will come in late April, as the Regal and AMC movie theater chains will begin offering tickets to a 29-hour movie marathon that's made up of 11 Marvel superhero flicks, leading right into the first premier of Ultron.

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Sony, Marvel agree to bring Spidey to Marvel film universe

Sony, Marvel agree to bring Spidey to Marvel film universe

Now, this sort of deal might sound strange at first. Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have inked a deal that will let the webslinger, well, sling between multiple films created by the two rival studios. This means that, aside from whatever Amazing Spider-Man film Sony Pictures has planned, your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man will soon be making an appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) as well, first by himself and, perhaps, with others. There is even a possibility of MCU characters coming into Sony Picture's films.

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Avengers: Age of Ultron: the second trailer arrives

Avengers: Age of Ultron: the second trailer arrives

Can't get enough Avengers? If so, Marvel's recent YouTube activity will have you happy. The company has officially released the second trailer for The Avengers: Age of Ultron, and with it comes a very somber mood with additional looks at the upcoming show. There's 1:40 minutes of footage, and it seems more tailored toward tweaking the viewer's emotions rather than presenting any big new look at the movie and its story. As always, we have the trailer available after the jump!

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Marvel’s Ant-Man teased with teeny movie clips

Marvel’s Ant-Man teased with teeny movie clips

Marvel's Ant-Man, the movie that had a bit of a rough spell before ultimately casting Paul Rudd and recently entering production, has officially been teased -- and by teased, we mean a literal tease, in that viewers are shown several clips from the movie that are entirely too small to actually see. Clips for ants, more or less. If you have eagle eyes or happen to be excellent at discerning rapid minuscule movie segments, however, we've got the "trailer" for you after the jump.

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Stan Lee hints massive Marvel cross-over considered by movie studios

Stan Lee hints massive Marvel cross-over considered by movie studios

Stan Lee, former editor-in-chief and president of Marvel Comics, seems to have just hinted that the higher-ups at several of the world's largest movie studios are at least considering a giant cross-over feature with some of the most popular comic book properties. At a special interview and Q&A session this weekend to celebrate Marvel's 75th anniversary, a fan asked if there would ever be a movie with the Avengers, Spider-Man, and the X-Men together. Judging by Lee's response, it appears fans aren't the only ones who realize how awesome that would be.

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Doctor Strange officially played by Benedict Cumberbatch

Doctor Strange officially played by Benedict Cumberbatch

It's finally official, officially - Benedict Cumberbatch will play Marvel Comics' Doctor Strange. This magical mystic, a commander of all things strange, will be played by an actor "capable of great depth and sincerity." So says Producer Kevin Feige, who continued, "in 2016, Benedict will show audiences what makes Doctor Strange such a unique and compelling character. Cumberbatch is best known for his roles as Sherlock Holmes, Smaug the Endless, Smaug the Enormous, Smaug the Dragon in The Hobbit, and the big villain in Star Trek Into Darkness.

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Avengers: Age of Ultron believed to be Marvel’s first $2B movie

Avengers: Age of Ultron believed to be Marvel’s first $2B movie

May 1st, 2015 is going to see the U.S. release of Avengers: Age of Ultron, a superhero team movie that not only serves as the anticipated sequel to The Avengers, but is another entry in the individual series of characters like Iron Man and Captain America, and serves to further advance the Marvel Comics Universe. With the recently released Age of Ultron trailer racking up over 34 million views in the first 24 hours, it's beginning to look like the movie will set new box office records.

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Watch: Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer extended edition

Watch: Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer extended edition

A "Special Look" at Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron" was presented last night during Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and now you're allowed to watch it over and over again. After a day of so many Marvel Comics movie announcements your hear was likely to melt, today you get the fallout. It begins with a bit of Thor's Hammer for a good laugh. Mjolnir, Thor's Hammer, also known as Mjölnir in mythical Norse mythology, translating to "The Crusher" in English. It can only be lifted by whosoever is worthy of the powers of Thor.

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Marvel confirms Deadpool movie for 2016

Marvel confirms Deadpool movie for 2016

Marvel has confirmed that a Deadpool movie will be arriving in theaters in 2016, something that follows a screen test that surfaced back in July. According to Marvel, Tim Miller will be directing the movie, and rumor has it that Ryan Reynolds will be starring.

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Paul Rudd pictured as Ant Man: he looks like a man

Paul Rudd pictured as Ant Man: he looks like a man

I will tell you everything about Paul Rudd as Ant Man. Marvel Entertainment has shared a photo of Paul Rudd as Ant Man today, and Ant Man is otherwise known as Scott Lang. The movie is out in July on the 17th of that month in the year 2015.

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Rocket Raccoon’s creator gets private Guardians screening at care facility

Rocket Raccoon’s creator gets private Guardians screening at care facility

One of the men who created Rocket Raccoon was, unfortunately, not able to watch his creation come to life on the big screen when Guardians of the Galaxy hit theaters. Bill Mantlo suffered brain damage when struck by a car in the early 90s, and is currently in a long-term care facility.

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