'Iron Man 3': What the Critics Think of Tony Stark's Blockbuster Return 2 weeks ago
"Iron Man 3," Robert Downey Jr.'s fourth outing as "Avengers" frontman Tony Stark, appears to be a solid and...
By Greg Gilman
The filmmaker confirmed on Twitter that he will not return to direct the Marvel sequel
Jay Longino and Michael Browning will write the political thriller
With film profits in decline, the studio needs to prove it's more than just a distribution house
Evans says he was "almost too chicken" to play the Marvel supersoldier
The writers discuss moving on to independent graphic novels
Paramount paid at least $115M to transfer distribution rights on Marvel titles to Mouse House
"Empire Records" actor Johnny Whitworth has also joined the cast of the Columbia movie
Warner Bros. is swiftly making moves to catch DC up with rival Marvel, the undisputed champion of superheroes -- for now
You could populate an entire show with the fan favorites he massacred in his TV series
The "Hurt Locker" star had been keeping his schedule open for Paul Thomas Anderson's upcoming movie about Scientology
With the purchase of Playdom and Tapulous -- and even Marvel -- Iger pays top dollar for a different generation of savvy customers
Cable channel also adds a new season of "American Ninja Warrior"
Epics wins, epic FAILS, and a whole lot of slave Leias at Comic-Con 2010
Ruffalo strolls on the Hall H stage as Hulk; "Thor" plays strong
EXCLUSIVE: Ruffalo's agents are working to wrap up a deal before Saturday's "Avengers" presentation at Comic-Con
"Buffy" creator will write and direct Marvel's superhero film
Marvel announces it will release "Thor" and "Captain America" in 3D despite shooting both in 2D
Marvel makes it clear that Norton's exit from its "Avengers" project is over difficulties with the actor
Marvel will reportedly select an unknown to play Hulk in lieu of Edward Norton
"Heroes" writer Jeph Loeb will oversee newly created arm of the company
Domestic gross falls short of original, while the foreign circuit favored the sequel
Marvel's "Dr. Strange" gets writers; Universal buys Schwartz pitch; Smith to direct "Camp Rules"; Grimes joins "Wait"
Deals are part of FX's effort to cement status as "the dominant basic cable network in acquired theatrical films"
Previously the company's top publishing executive, his purview to will expand across platforms
Wayne Kramer is in talks to direct "Kane and Lynch"; Legendary buys Travis Beacham's "Pacific Rim"
Disney Channel orders buddy comedy "Shake It Up," Nicktoons renews "Iron Man: Armored Adventures" and ESPN Deportes investigates
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”