There are some Marvel villains so powerful they'd be unmatched in the MCU, but there are also some current villains who aren't pulling their weight.
Marvel Studios boss and Marvel Cinematic Universe mastermind, Kevin Feige, ranks as the sixth most powerful man in the entertainment industry.
Rocket Raccoon sets up his own MCU memorabilia shop in this brand new fan-art proposing his own Disney Streaming Service spinoff.
Disney CEO Bob Iger thinks all of their Marvel properties should exist together with Marvel Studios and under the supervision of Kevin Feige.
Popular MCU actors like Elizabeth Olsen, Tom Hiddleston, and more will appear in Marvel Studios' planned Disney streaming service shows.
Marvel TV shows on Disney's streaming service, Disney Play, reportedly won't feature any of the main Avengers like Iron Man and Captain America.
Disney’s streaming service is developing live-action Marvel spinoff shows based on Loki, Scarlet Witch, and more, starring popular MCU actors.
The MCU has treated superhero fans to some of the greatest heroes over the past ten years. It has also given some of the greatest villains.
We've seen countless villains in the MCU so far. However, Phase 4 should offer up some completely new faces (and avoid some others).
The Marvel Cinematic Universe Visual Dictionary suggests a change to Scarlet Witch's origin that may actually make her a mutant after all.
The Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas, features an art exhibit focused exclusively on the movies that make up the MCU over the past decade.
Game of Thrones star Kit Harington pushes for queer representation in Hollywood and particularly wants to see gay actors star in Marvel movies.
Cate Blanchett says she's open to reprising her MCU villain role of Hela, and adds she might be willing to team up with Josh Brolin's Thanos.
Mark Ruffalo wants to see his Marvel Cinematic Universe version of Hulk crossover with Hugh Jackman's Wolverine in the future, but will it happen?
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige is ready for female led superhero movies to become the norm in Hollywood instead of a rarity.