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BREAKING: Kevin Feige Confirms Spider-Man Will Be a Teen Peter Parker

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has officially confirmed that the next Spider-Man will be a Peter Parker of 15 or 16-years of age. He also explained that he wants to take advantage of Parker’s high school life to tell Spidey stories that hasn’t been seen on the big screen yet. 180 more words

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'Avengers: Age of Ultron’: Kevin Feige wires Marvel movies for conquest

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has much to celebrate these days.

The architect of Marvel’s movie landscape has presided over an unprecedented string of hits — to date, the company has released 10 films that have brought in more than $7 billion. 2,532 more words

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New Spider-Man Animated Film Coming in 2018

Variety is reporting that Spider-Man will be hitting the big screen – animation style. The coming Sony film will be coming from The Lego Movie… 376 more words

Here's The 'Star Wars' Easter Egg You May Not Have Noticed In Every Marvel Phase Two Movie

Marvel head Kevin Feige recently revealed the Star Wars reference you’ll find in every Marvel Phase Two movie. Cinema Blend pointed out to Feige that a character in almost every Star Wars movie has an arm or hand cut off, and the same trend was true of every Marvel Phase Two movie so far, with only… 251 more words

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(MARVEL WEEK) Thor REVIEW: "Shakespeare in the Park"

Marvel Studios had a more concrete plan of action starting from Iron Man 2. Kevin Feige became the sole producer in charge of all the Marvel movies, and the rest of the Phase I movies were all aimed at the single purpose of culminating in the first  637 more words

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Adam McKay Is In The Running To Direct All Of Marvel's Upcoming Superhero Movies

Seems as though Marvel Studios has a bit of an Adam McKay infatuation. Last we heard, the director of Anchorman and co-writer of Ant Man… 197 more words

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BREAKING NEWS: Disney and Sony Collaboration Bringing Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe

By: Corey Dirrig
Twitter: @RogueSpartan4, @DNAdvocates@DPadGamescast

Disney made a huge splash in hollywood yesterday by announcing that they had made a deal with Sony Pictures to finally feature Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.  499 more words

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