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Iron Man 3 To Start Phase Two of Marvel Comic Movies Coming Soon!

Updated on November 9, 2012

The Avengers movie coming to theaters quite soon has been a highly anticipated film, but it's safe to say that this film doesn't mark the end of all the crazy goodness surrounding the film. It's actually going to keep continuing!

This whole Avengers project is a lot more complex and massive than what we thought, and Kevin Feige, President of Production at Marvel Studios, has said that the Avengers movie marks the end of "Phase One" to the grand scheme of things.

With Marvel officially announcing that Iron Man 3 and Thor 2 in 2013, it seems that "Phase Two" for these characters and the Avengers are already mapped out and underway for a huge epic saga!

Let's find out some more juicy details about this "Phase Two" that Feige keeps leaking out all over!

Black Widow
Black Widow

Iron Man 3 Casting News

So it's been confirmed that Iron Man 3 is to kick off "Phase Two" of this Avengers epic saga, and for comic investors and those keeping a keen eye on comic investing, this news is a dream come true.

UPDATE: the Black Widow will NOT be in Iron Man 3, and it's been confirmed that Scarlett Johansson won't reprise the role in Iron Man 3. However, she will have a bigger part in the Avengers movie.

Kevin Feige, President of Production of Marvel Studios, also said that the characters comic book roots as a spy and her Russian heritage will be referenced in the Avengers movie. Could Marvel be scheming up a Black Widow solo movie in the future?

For all the comic investing geeks like myself out there, if you haven't gotten the first appearance of the Black Widow in Tales of Suspense #52, now's the time! Get it before demand continues to push the value of this comic book up!

Don Cheadle has also been confirmed to reprise the role of Lt. James Rhodes and War Machine, and the lovely cutie Gwyneth Paltrow will come back as Pepper Potts.

Iron Man 3 starts shooting in a few weeks!

UPDATE: Iron Man 3 villains finally revealed. Click the link to learn more about the Iron Man 3 villains that's been confirmed to appear in the third installment.

Captain America in the Avengers
Captain America in the Avengers

Captain America Sequel Announced!

That's right! Marvel Studios just officially announced that Captain America 2 will be released in 2014. The exact date scheduled is April 4rth 2014.

It's said that the sequel to Captain America: The First Avenger will pick up right where The Avengers movie leaves off, obviously tying in the continuity of the Avengers and it's characters in the film world.

In the sequel, Steve Rogers’ partnership with Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. will continue. However, the star-spangled Avenger will continue to struggle to make sense of his role as a hero in the modern world.

Chris Evans and Samuel L. Jackson are confirmed to reprise their roles for the sequel, and although many fans, including myself, bet on an Avengers movie sequel, we can now pretty much expect it.

Like "Phase One" of Marvel's scheme, it just may happen that the Captain America sequel will be the film that directly leads to the Avengers sequel.

Smart comic investing peeps, it's time to get that silver age Captain America #100, the issue that kicked off his self-titled return to comic books. Also visit the link to see even more top comics to invest in for 2012!!


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    • rabbit75 profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      An invaders movie would be cool, but then would be the question of would they make it a period film as the original Invaders was suppose to take place during World War II era. That would cause timeline issues in the Marvel film continuity.

      They'd have to go with the modern version. It's a good idea, but it would be way too hard to fill in gaps since Captain America The First Avenger has already come out and went through his origin.

      Defenders would be interesting since Marvel is pushing ahead on a Dr. Strange movie. That could work in Marvel's timeline and continuity.

      Thanks for joining the convo Just do it already. Nice suggestions.

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      Just do it already 

      9 years ago

      Marvel should unleash the Defenders and the Invaders.. both were popular books. Also an Alpha Flight movie with Wolverine would rock!

    • rabbit75 profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      Thanks Rahul, glad you stopped by. Your comments are always appreciated.

    • rahul0324 profile image

      Jessee R 

      9 years ago from Gurgaon, India

      Where do you get such stuff man! Hats off! Delightful news you shared here! People like us can be assured of keeping our time tables busy and having a good time!!

    • rabbit75 profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      It was rumoured that Zak Penn (Avengers and Elektra writer) was assigned to work on the Dr. Strange script, but he denied that on his twitter...he could just be throwing people off or not...but we know where Marvel stands on Dr. Strange movie, which means they have no script and don't even have a writer to penn the screenplay yet.

      All can be said is that it's still in production. Inhumans? No new word on that, but Feige has said that they are closer to getting an Antman movie in the works.

    • Stevennix2001 profile image


      9 years ago

      Thanks for the inside scoop on all this, as I can tell you did your research. Did they by any chance mention any rumors about the upcoming "Inhumans" movie too? Or Dr. Strange? I only ask because I keep hearing rumors about those movies being in development, so I'm curious what else Marvel Studios might have up their sleeve.


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