Marvel Cinematic Universe

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has long been criticised for its lack of queer characters.
A break between the studios could mean the superhero would no longer be a member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe – or the Avengers.
They've teased Black Panther 2, Fantastic Four and more.
The actress is set to reprise her superhero role in Thor: Love And Thunder.
The Oscar-winning actress held up the mighty hammer during Saturday's Marvel panel at the San Diego Comic-Con.
Writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely answer Endgame mysteries.
Jon Watts discusses Mysterio's final twist and that surprising cameo.
"We are in the same film..." actor Sebastian Stan wrote.
Those lingering MCU questions finally get some answers.
The stars were out on the purple carpet in Los Angeles for the culmination of over a decade of films, as the Marvel Cinematic Universe comes to an end in “Avengers: Endgame”. The feeling was both celebratory and bittersweet amongst the actors who have played these roles across 22 films.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is set to come to an end very soon… for now. The remaining Avengers will unite to take a chance at bringing back their friends and defeating cosmic villain Thanos.
The cast of Captain Marvel rocked the red carpet for the film's premiere in London. Brie Larson and co-star Lashana Lynch praised the movie's "positive representation". It's the first instalment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to be female-led and to have a female co-director.
The latest in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the second trailer for the upcoming "Captain Marvel" starring Brie Larson. The story follows her as she becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races.  The movie is the first female-led and female co-directed addition to the MCU.
Could he reprise his role as the iconic vampire hunter?
Brie Larson, the star of Marvel’s first female-led superhero movie, seems to have indicated that “Captain Marvel” has finished shooting.
(Warning! “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Ant-Man and the Wasp” spoilers below!)
Marvel president Kevin Feige confirmed in an interview with The Playlist that at least two LGBTQ+ characters are set to appear in future films.
“I have been hearing Marvel male superheroes complain about their suits for years. And I got into my suit and I was wearing it, working in it, doing my thing, and I was like, ‘Just not that bad,’”