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Other than that they can be very distinct. What other studios do, what other properties, nothing we can do about it. Over time, the distribution rights to Marvel Studios' films changed hands on multiple occasions.

In November , Universal Pictures announced that it would distribute The Incredible Hulk , [37] in an arrangement separate from Marvel's deal with Paramount, which was distributing Marvel's other films.

Additionally, in October , Walt Disney Studios bought the distribution rights for The Avengers and Iron Man 3 from Paramount Pictures, [39] with Paramount's logo remaining on the films, as well as for promotional material and merchandise, [40] [41] although Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures is the only studio credited at the end of these films.

In August , it was reported that Disney and Sony could not reach a new agreement regarding Spider-Man films, with Marvel Studios and Feige said to no longer have any involvement in future films.

He added, "There are moments of levity that are in life that you need to bring to the table, or else it just becomes overwhelmingly oppressive If you're going to [explore comic book elements], it's always a good idea to make sure that the audience is aware that, yeah, it's funny [too].

Sherwood hoped that this would be the first of "several innovative ways to launch [television] programming". By October , Marvel was preparing four drama series and a miniseries, totaling 60 episodes, to present to video on demand services and cable providers, with Netflix , Amazon , and WGN America expressing interest.

He added that, if the characters prove popular, they could become feature films. Netflix really understood what it is we wanted to do.

They're very open to directors that might not have that same opportunity in broadcast television. The notion of having all 13 episodes at one time, particularly in serialized storytelling, is very appealing.

So it lent itself to a world. Does that mean these shows are going to be the same? They can't be.

The characters have different issues, different problems, different feelings about them And yet, if you watch them back to back, they feel very Marvel.

They feel very much like, 'Oh, it is still the same universe that I'm in. It does take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It's all connected.

But that doesn't necessarily mean that we would look up in the sky and see [Iron Man]. It's just a different part of New York that we have not yet seen in the Marvel movies.

In some cases, when we have characters crossover, it makes it more difficult to manage production. It's not the goal to put out more than one or two [each] year The complex one is really The Defenders.

The Defenders ' production schedule will determine a lot of the season 2 and 3 output of those shows. Production for the different series had engaged local vendors and small businesses for various stages of development and had required over 14, production-related hires.

In August , Marvel announced that Runaways had received a pilot order from Hulu , [96] eventually receiving a 10 episode order the following May.

This allowed showrunners Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage to deal with concepts such as superheroics and fantasy without explaining them to the audience, since they are already well established in the MCU, while still focusing on their own characters, which they described as "liberating".

It was important to both of us to find the right characters that felt like they would speak directly to Freeform's audience. The Avengers wouldn't work here but the about-to-be-Avengers works here.

Agents of S. He stated that, for example, the series' creative team initially wanted to use Loki 's scepter from The Avengers but were unable due to his plans for it in Avengers: Age of Ultron In April , Quesada stated that, beyond connecting to themselves, the Netflix series would connect with the films and other television series.

We have to earn that. The audience needs to understand who all of these characters are and what the world is before you then start co-mingling".

The schedules do not always quite match up to make that possible. It's easier for [the shows]. They're more nimble and faster and produce things quicker than we do, which is one of the main reasons you see the repercussions of Winter Soldier or [ Avengers: Age of Ultron ] in the show By the time our movie comes out, they'd be [starting the next season].

So finding the timing on that is not always easy. Loeb talked further on the subject in July , reiterating the issue of scheduling by saying "if I'm shooting a television series and that's going to go on over a six-month or eight-month period, how am I going to get [a television series actor] to be able to go be in a movie?

It's connected in the way that the shows come from the same place, that they are real, that they are grounded. In January , Vincent D'Onofrio , who portrays Wilson Fisk in Daredevil , said he "would love to switch over to the movies, but I think it's pretty much been said it's not going to happen.

Or at least not for a very, very long time. Crossover, repetition, or something. Loeb said in July that Marvel Television had no plans for series to crossover across networks.

It's being aware of it and trying to find a way for it to be able to discuss in a way that makes sense. He also spoke on why the television series do not show Avengers Tower as it appears in the films when they depict New York City, and stated that Marvel Television wanted to be "less specific" about the television characters' relationships to the tower because that "helps the audience understand that this could be on any street corner" and that the characters could be in an area of the city where you would not be able to see the tower, even though it exists.

In June , speaking to how the MCU television series would be affected by the events of Avengers: Infinity War , Loeb noted that "For the most part our stories will take place before Thanos clicked his fingers.

A lot of that has to do with production and when we are telling our stories versus when the movies come out. The movies are the lead dog.

They're setting the timeline for the MCU and what's going on. Our job is to navigate within that world. Each series was expected to be six to eight episodes, and would be produced by Marvel Studios rather than Marvel Television, with Feige taking a "hands-on role" in each series' development.

In , the first tie-in comic was released. Kevin Feige is involved with these and in some cases maybe the writers of the movies would be involved [as well.

In August , Marvel announced a series of direct-to-video short films called Marvel One-Shots , [] the name derived from the label used by Marvel Comics for their one-shot comics.

We have 8, of them, and they can't all be at the same level. So maybe there are some that are not so popular, and we introduce them [with a short] — and they take off.

I could see that happening. Inspired by real-world "conspiracy-pushing" websites such as that of Alex Jones , the website features J.

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Don't forget to like and subscribe! Marvel Studios developed specific business practices to create its shared universe, including choosing filmmakers that were considered "out-of-left-field", given their previous work.

Feige remarked, "You don't have to have directed a big, giant visual-effects movie to do a big, giant visual-effects movie for us.

You just have to have done something singularly sort of awesome," [] adding "It's worked out well for us when we've taken people [such as Jon Favreau , Joss Whedon, Kenneth Branagh , and the Russo brothers ,] that have done very, very good things.

Very rarely are one of those good things a big giant blockbuster superhero movie. These are put together at company retreats, which the studio holds every "18 months or so" to plan out and develop the phases of the MCU.

These lookbooks are not always shown to directors, though, with Marvel sometimes preferring to let the director offer their own ideas first. Scott Derrickson did not see a lookbook for Doctor Strange , instead putting together his own presentation, with concept art and storyboards by himself and professionals he hired, to sell himself and his vision of the film to Marvel.

In contrast, Marvel shared several different ideas for what Thor: Ragnarok could be with prospective filmmakers, who then went away and developed what they thought the film should be from that.

Taika Waititi created a sizzle reel using clips from other films to present his vision based on Marvel's ideas, a practice that Marvel discourages as they "oftentimes can be really terrible".

However, Marvel thought Waititi's was "amazing". Derrickson and Waititi were both eventually hired for the films.

We did like a page book that had everything that we'd do with the character, from the theme of the movie to the tone of the film to the fighting style to what we liked about the character and what we didn't like".

This meant that by the time they were hired they had already "figured the movie out". When the studio hired Kenneth Branagh and Joe Johnston to direct Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger , respectively, it made sure both directors were open to the idea of a shared universe and including Avengers set-up scenes in their films.

It's a weird sort of tapestry of writers and directors working together to create this universe that's sort of organic. As the cinematic universe moves forward, you may start to see the cinematic universe adopt that same pattern, as the publishing has, where there's closure with some characters and new beginnings with other characters.

On allowing directors and writers to work within Marvel's shared universe concept, Joe Russo said that Feige has "big pieces that he knows he wants to build towards, but the way that you get there is open to interpretation and improv a little bit".

And I think why Marvel has been so successful is because it's been such a clear plan, that everything is interconnected and they're building emotional capital with each movie that you can then trade off of in the next film.

Or, what's going on in that film, can we pull some of that into this film? That's where you start looking for the interconnectedness, but it's very important early on that the concept be created in a bubble because you have to protect the idea, it has to be driven by storytelling.

Loeb explained that Marvel Television sees "ourselves as producers who are working to support the vision of our showrunner.

But we're involved in every aspect of the production—whether it's being in the writers' room, editing on set, casting—every step of the production goes through the Marvel team to tell the best story that we can.

Marvel Studios also began contracting their actors for multiple films, including signing actor Samuel L.

Jackson to a then "unprecedented" nine-movie contract. In August , Marvel signed Joss Whedon to an exclusive contract through June for film and television.

With the deal, Whedon would "contribute creatively" on Phase Two of the MCU and develop the first television series set in the universe.

Occasionally there could be some writing. But I'm not trying to get in anybody's soup, I'm just trying to be helpful. It's not like anyone's saying "well I don't know, what if I need that?

You want to honor the events of the last movie but you don't want to be beholden to them, because some people will see Avengers[: Age of Ultron] who did not see any of the movies in between or even Avengers 1.

Subsequently, they talked "to the directors and writers of the other Phase 3 movies on an almost weekly basis, to make sure everything lines up right".

In April , along with his announcement that he was returning to write and direct Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

The first three phases are collectively known as "The Infinity Saga". The Wakanda Files: A Technological Exploration of the Avengers and Beyond is "a collection of papers, articles, blueprints, and notes amassed throughout history by Wakanda's War Dogs" at the request of Shuri.

It is organized by areas of study, and covers the technological advancements throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It will be released on October 20, Additionally, Paul Bettany was the first actor to portray two main characters within the universe, voicing Tony Stark's artificial intelligence J.

So the notion that he could be sitting there on a cosmic pit stop during the jump gate sequence in Guardians Leading up to the release of Avengers: Endgame , Mondo announced that they would be releasing vinyl copies for the soundtracks of all MCU films released up to that point, as well as Endgame.

The first vinyl produced was for Ant-Man and The Wasp on April 24, , featuring collectible artwork designed by Phantom City Creative and 14 previously unreleased bonus tracks, followed by Black Panther and Thor: Ragnarok.

Comparing the films to the series Game of Thrones specifically, VanDerWerff noted that each solo film checks "in on various characters and their individual side stories, before bringing everyone together in the finale or, rather, an Avengers film ", with Guardians of the Galaxy being equivalent to the character Daenerys Targaryen —"both separated by long distances from everybody else".

She noted that this format was an extension of early "TV-like" film franchises such as Star Wars , as well as the format of the comics upon which the films are based.

But I also don't think it's the end of the world if Marvel continues on There's something legitimately exciting about the way the medium tells stories when it's good, and if nothing else, Marvel's success shows the film world could learn from that.

Following the conclusion of season one of Agents of S. It faces a future of perpetual re-invention, and that puts it in the exhilarating first car of television's roller-coaster ride toward possible world domination.

Doran stated, "Marvel has raised the bar sooo high that as opposed to just allowing another film to finish under the [MCU] bar, we're all overly and perhaps even eager to overreact to the first thing that doesn't clear it".

McMillian responded, "at this point, Marvel's brand is such that I'm not sure it can offer up something like [the trailer] without it seeming like a crushing disappointment The fact that there's such upset about this trailer being After seeing the portrayal of Yellowjacket in Ant-Man , the antagonist of the film, McMillian noted,.

It's hardly a secret that Marvel Studios has a bit of a problem when it comes to offering up exciting characters for their heroes to fight against There's the Unstoppable Monster No matter which of the groups the above villains fall into, they share one common purpose: evil.

The motivations for evil likely differ—although, invariably, they fall under the umbrella of 'misguided belief in a greater good that doesn't exist'—but that really doesn't matter, because without fail, there will be so little time in the movie to actually properly explore those motivations, meaning that to all intents and purposes, the villain is being evil for reasons of plot necessity and little else The strange thing about this is that Marvel's comic books offer a number of wonderful, colorful bad guys who could step outside the above parameters and offer an alternative to the formulaic villains audiences have gotten used to and arguably bored with In future movies, we can only hope [they are] treated in such a way that their freak flags are allowed to fly free.

Jessica Jones takes big steps forward in terms of theme, craft and diversity. It's a good story first, and a superhero show second.

And for the first time, the MCU seems like it matters. Our culture needs stories like this. Here's hoping Marvel keeps them coming.

Speaking to the s setting of Captain Marvel , "the MCU's first full period piece since Phase One 's Captain America: The First Avenger in ", Richard Newby of The Hollywood Reporter felt the return of younger versions of some characters introduced and killed in earlier films "open[ed] up the MCU in a whole new way and broaden[ed] the franchise's mantra of 'it's all connected ' ".

Speaking specifically to Clark Gregg's appearance as Agent Phil Coulson in the film, Newby noted the appearance "doesn't exactly mend fences between Marvel's film and TV divisions, [but] it does strengthen the connective tissue and the sense that these characters still matter in the grand scheme of Marvel's film plans".

He also hoped that continuity from Agents of S. Newby also added that shifting to different time periods would help Marvel Studios "sustain this cinematic universe for the next 10 years" by allowing them to repeat some of the genres previously used, as they could then feel "fresh" and have "different rules and different restraints," as well as allow them to build upon material established in the television series such as Agent Carter.

He concluded,. Marvel Studios has an entire sandbox to play in, but, for necessary reasons, has largely chosen to remain in a small corner in order to ground audiences in these concepts.

Now that the basis has been laid, the opportunity for exploration in both film and television lies ahead, with Captain Marvel leading the way.

Wherever Marvel Studios plans to take the MCU in the future, it's refreshing to know that its past is expansive and filled with infinite possibilities.

These are difficult times for big-screen entertainment. As the medium declines and TV grows ascendant, authentic spectacles—as opposed to lavish embellishments of smallish ideas—threaten to become a thing of the fabled past.

All the more reason, then, to cherish what Marvel has achieved, even though befuddling stumbles have occurred along the way.

The studio has kept the faith by smartening up most of its films, not dumbing them down, by banking on, and raking in profits from, the audience's appetite for surprise, its capacity for complexity.

When the final battle comes at the end of Avengers: Endgame , it's inevitably unwieldy—every Marvel character you can think of from the past decade shows up for one more assault on cosmic evil—but thrilling all the same, and followed by a delicate coda.

So many stories. So many adventures. So much to sort out before the next cycle starts. In October , filmmaker Martin Scorsese criticized Marvel films in an interview and during a David Lean lecture in London, later expanded in an op-ed in The New York Times , saying that these films are not cinema, but are the equivalent of theme park rides that lack "mystery, revelation or genuine emotional danger".

To me, it's all cinema. I don't think you can ghettoize it and say, oh this is cinema or that is cinema. It applies to all the arts, to literature, the performing arts, painting and music, in all its form.

It's such a broad spectrum, a wide range and to say that anyone is more significant or more important than the other, is missing the point.

It's one big mosaic and each bit of work fits into it. Predator , the idea of a shared universe was virtually unheard of in Hollywood.

Amobi added, "A lot of these superhero characters were just being left there to gather dust. Disney has proved that this [approach and genre] can be a gold mine.

I'm not sure they can. In March , Patrick Shanley of The Hollywood Reporter opined that "the key differences between a regular franchise, such as The Fast and the Furious or Pitch Perfect films , and a shared universe is the amount of planning and interweaving that goes into each individual film.

Its all too easy to make a film that exists solely for the purpose of setting up future installments and expanding a world, rather than a film that stands on its own merits while deftly hinting or winking at its place in the larger mythos.

In that, the MCU has flourished. That mentality has persisted through most of the MCU films over the past decade, which is all the more impressive as its roster of heroes now exceeds the two-dozen mark.

The company was expected to take the opposite approach to Marvel, releasing individual films for the characters after they have appeared in a team-up film.

We have our TV universe and our film universe, but they all co-exist. For us, creatively, it's about allowing everyone to make the best possible product, to tell the best story, to do the best world.

Everyone has a vision and you really want to let the visions shine through It's just a different approach [to Marvel's]. Discussing the apparent failure of the cinematic universe's first team-up film, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice , to establish a successful equivalent to the MCU, Emily VanDerWerff noted that where the MCU has a television-like "showrunner" in Feige, "the visionary behind Marvel's entire slate", the DCEU has director Zack Snyder , whose DC films "seemingly start from the assumption that people have come not to see an individual story but a long series of teases for other ones.

It's like he knows what he needs to do but can't focus on the task at hand. TV certainly isn't immune to that problem, but shows that get caught up in high-concept premises and big-picture thinking before doing the necessary legwork to establish characters and their relationships tend to be canceled.

The two were made producers on the Justice League films, on top of Johns' involvement in several "solo" films, such as the post-production process of Suicide Squad or the writing process of a standalone Batman film.

Moving forward, you'll see the DC movie universe being a universe, but one that comes from the heart of the filmmaker who's creating them.

In November , 20th Century Fox announced plans to create their own shared universe, consisting of Marvel properties that it holds the rights to including the Fantastic Four and X-Men, with the hiring of Mark Millar as supervising producer.

Millar said, "Fox are thinking, 'We're sitting on some really awesome things here. There is another side of the Marvel Universe.

Let's try and get some cohesiveness going. To meet with the writers and directors to suggest new ways we could take this stuff and new properties that could spin out of it.

And the Fantastic Four acquire powers, so for them to live in a world where mutants are prevalent is kind of complicated, because you're like, 'Oh, you're just a mutant.

Feeling that Singer's efforts in Apocalypse to establish a larger world, similar to the MCU, did not meet the standards established by Marvel, VanDerWerff noted that unlike Feige's ability to serve as "pseudo-showrunner", Singer is instead "steeped in film and the way movie stories have always been told", so "when it comes time to have Apocalypse dovetail with story threads from the earlier X-Men: First Class which was directed by Matthew Vaughn , both Singer's direction and Simon Kinberg's script rely on hackneyed devices and clumsy storytelling", indicating a lack of "the kind of big-picture thinking this sort of mega franchise requires".

In November , Sony Pictures Entertainment Co-Chairman Amy Pascal announced that the studio intended to expand their universe created within the Marc Webb Amazing Spider-Man series , with spin-off adventures for supporting characters, in an attempt to replicate Marvel and Disney's model.

With this announcement, IGN stated that the spin-offs are "the latest example of what we can refer to as "the Avengers effect" in Hollywood, as studios work to build interlocking movie universes.

Sony Pictures would continue to finance, distribute, own, and have final creative control of the Spider-Man films.

After Sony canceled their shared universe plans and started sharing the Spider-Man character with Marvel Studios, multiple critics discussed their failure at replicating the MCU.

Scott Meslow of The Week noted the perceived flaws of the first Amazing Spider-Man film, outside of its lead performances, and how the sequel "doubles down on all the missteps of the original while adding a few of its own.

When every superhero film is now going bigger, Amazing Spider-Man could have distinguished itself by going small and intimate. In September , the University of Baltimore announced a course beginning in the spring semester revolving around the Marvel Cinematic Universe, to be taught by Arnold T.

After the acquisition by Disney in , Marvel films began to be marketed at the Innoventions attraction in Tomorrowland at Disneyland.

In addition, there is a simulator game, titled "Become Iron Man", that uses Kinect -like technology to allow the viewer to be encased in an animated Mark XLII armor and take part in a series of "tests," in which you fire repulsor rays and fly through Tony Stark's workshop.

The game is guided by J. The exhibit also has smaller displays that include helmets and chest pieces from the earlier films and the gauntlet and boot from an action sequence in Iron Man 3.

The attraction opened on May 27, The area will include a reimagined attraction where riders will team up with Iron Man and other Avengers on a "hyper-kinetic adventure" in In May , the Avengers S.

The exhibit features replica set pieces, as well as actual props from the films, mixed with interactive technology and information, crafted through a partnership with NASA and other scientists.

Titus Welliver also provides a "debrief" to visitors, reprising his role as S. Additionally, the Las Vegas version features Cobie Smulders reprising her role as Maria Hill to "debrief" visitors, replacing Welliver.

The exhibit, which included " plus objects, films, costumes, drawings and other ephemera", featured content "from the collection of Marvel Studios and Marvel Entertainment and private collections" with "significant focus [given] to the creative artists who translate the drawn narrative to the screen through production design and storyboarding, costume and prop design, and special effects and post-production".

The experience would be available for a limited time starting in mid-October at select Void VR locations.

On March 18, , ABC aired a one-hour television special titled Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe , which documented the history of Marvel Studios and the development of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and included exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage from all of the films, One-Shots and Agents of S.

While it might all make sense in hindsight, there was appreciable audacity in Marvel's plan to release five loosely connected movies from the same hero-filled world, beginning with the cinematically unproven Iron Man and culminating with superhero team The Avengers.

As such, this fast-moving hour qualifies as more than just a cut-and-paste job from electronic press kits, although there's an element of that, certainly.

In September , Agents of S. Fun, fast-paced and encompassing many of the company's highlights along with a few lowlights, it's a solid primer on Marvel's history, while weaving in inevitable self-promotion and synergistic plugs.

This collection will feature a look at the evolution of Marvel Studios, personal stories from all 22 films released at the time, and interviews with cast and crew members.

For the Hulk, Luma redefined its previous muscular system and simulation process to create and render the character, while Ant-Man received new motion capture.

The first two films follow Thor as he moves in with a new roommate, Darryl Jacobson played by Daley Pearson , and what he and Bruce Banner were doing during the events of Captain America: Civil War Team Thor was screened at the San Diego Comic-Con, [] and was released online in August , [] and with the digital download of Civil War the following month.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Shared fictional universe. The other filmmakers aren't used to getting actors from other movies that other filmmakers have cast, certain plot lines that are connected or certain locations that are connected, but I think Primarily because we've always remained consistent saying that the movie that we are making comes first.

All of the connective tissue, all of that stuff is fun and is going to be very important if you want it to be. If the fans want to look further and find connections, then they're there.

There are a few big ones obviously, that hopefully the mainstream audience will able to follow as well. They need to have a fresh vision, a unique tone, and the fact that they can interconnect if you want to follow those breadcrumbs is a bonus.

Everything is interconnected. The most simple way I could put it is Marvel doesn't come to the filmmakers and say, "Here's what the next movie is.

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You and Sai Gaddam are sitting on arguably the largest collection of porn data in the history of mankind. Was this the first burning question on your minds?

This was one of the first questions we tackled while working on Billion Wicked Thoughts. We did our best to locate every previous measure and quickly realized that most available stats were completely fabricated or bogus.

The only systematic scientific attempt to determine how much of the Web was porn was Berkeley professor of statistics Philip Stark's study carried out at the behest of the US Department of Justice under Bush.

Stark also found that about 1. We took issue with his method of random sampling sites; we looked at the million most popular websites in the world, since we figured that would give a more realistic indication of a random person's experience on the Internet.

I think the two best metrics for analyzing the level of human interest in sex on the Internet is: 1 how often do people freely search for it and 2 what amount of web traffic goes to porn sites.

You could even count the monthly traffic to all of these porn sites, which I admit we didn't do, though it would be pretty straightforward.

In our book we have a table of porn traffic to the five most popular porn sites, varying from about 7 million to 16 million visitors a month.

The only reliable source I know of that can measure "porn downloads" is Nielsen, but I'm not sure how they measure this.

We actually spent some time trying to get Nielsen to share data with us, but they never did, so I have to be skeptical of their calculations.

I'm sure they're not considering torrents or other P2P sources of downloads. I also don't know how they're categorizing porn.

Also, now that video streaming is so widespread, I'm sure the percentage of downloads that are porn is lower.

XXX domains go on sale today. Will the number sold tell us how much of the internet is for porn? Probably not. All the online porn webmasters I know don't like the.

XXX domain, since they think it will be too easy for ISPs and other network administrators to block them. On the other hand, I suspect many porn operators might simply use two or many more domain names, including a.

But there's also tons of erotic sites run by amateurs, not for profit, and they probably won't feel any compulsion to switch to.

Yes, the number of. XXX sites will certainly place a lower limit on the number of porn sites on the Web. I bet we'll see many articles about online porn start with something like, "There are over , XXX sites on the Web," giving an artificially low sense of the total amount of porn because of the ease of calculating that statistic.

The single most popular adult site in the world is LiveJasmin. Basically, it's interesting that what men prefer the most is watching women strip on a webcam and being able to talk to them while they do, telling the women what they want to see.

Once this became available through high-quality broadband streaming of webcam video it just shot to the top of popularity; it's even more popular than the tube sites like PornHub and RedTube.

The fact that 2. Almost all of the webcam girls are from eastern Europe or southeast Asia. Most of the foreign women do it without the knowledge of their friends and family and only do it for Americans so that acquaintances in their homeland won't hear about it.

In our search data from English-speaking searchers mainly Americans, Canadians, and British , Blacks are the most popular ethnicity, followed by Asians, with no other ethnicity in the top most popular sexual searches.

I thought that might be early August or mid-September, it ended up being [at the end of October].

But for the most part, in broad strokes that are broad enough and loose enough that, if through the development of four of five movies before we get to the culmination So that all the movies, hopefully when they're finished, will feel like they're all interconnected and meant to be and planned far ahead, but really can live and breathe enough as individual movies to be satisfying each and of themselves.

In April , on moving the universe to Phase Four and reflecting on the first three, Feige said, "I think there will be a finality to moments of Phase Three, as well as new beginnings that will mark a different, a very different, a distinctively different chapter in what will someday be a complete first saga made up of three phases.

But then you kind of reach an apex or you reach a climax, a moment where you go, 'This structure is really going to start to be repetitious if we do this again, so what do we do now?

We're in the deconstruction phase with [Captain America:] Civil War and leading into [Avengers:] Infinity War , which are the culmination films.

Everything before [ Endgame ] and everything after". On the potential for "superhero fatigue", Feige stated, "This year [], we've got Civil War and we've got Doctor Strange in November, two completely different movies.

To me, and to all of Marvel Studios, that's what keeps it going. As long as we're surprising people, as long as we're not falling into things becoming too similar Those are three totally different movies Other than that they can be very distinct.

What other studios do, what other properties, nothing we can do about it. Over time, the distribution rights to Marvel Studios' films changed hands on multiple occasions.

In November , Universal Pictures announced that it would distribute The Incredible Hulk , [37] in an arrangement separate from Marvel's deal with Paramount, which was distributing Marvel's other films.

Additionally, in October , Walt Disney Studios bought the distribution rights for The Avengers and Iron Man 3 from Paramount Pictures, [39] with Paramount's logo remaining on the films, as well as for promotional material and merchandise, [40] [41] although Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures is the only studio credited at the end of these films.

In August , it was reported that Disney and Sony could not reach a new agreement regarding Spider-Man films, with Marvel Studios and Feige said to no longer have any involvement in future films.

He added, "There are moments of levity that are in life that you need to bring to the table, or else it just becomes overwhelmingly oppressive If you're going to [explore comic book elements], it's always a good idea to make sure that the audience is aware that, yeah, it's funny [too].

Sherwood hoped that this would be the first of "several innovative ways to launch [television] programming". By October , Marvel was preparing four drama series and a miniseries, totaling 60 episodes, to present to video on demand services and cable providers, with Netflix , Amazon , and WGN America expressing interest.

He added that, if the characters prove popular, they could become feature films. Netflix really understood what it is we wanted to do.

They're very open to directors that might not have that same opportunity in broadcast television. The notion of having all 13 episodes at one time, particularly in serialized storytelling, is very appealing.

So it lent itself to a world. Does that mean these shows are going to be the same? They can't be. The characters have different issues, different problems, different feelings about them And yet, if you watch them back to back, they feel very Marvel.

They feel very much like, 'Oh, it is still the same universe that I'm in. It does take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

It's all connected. But that doesn't necessarily mean that we would look up in the sky and see [Iron Man]. It's just a different part of New York that we have not yet seen in the Marvel movies.

In some cases, when we have characters crossover, it makes it more difficult to manage production. It's not the goal to put out more than one or two [each] year The complex one is really The Defenders.

The Defenders ' production schedule will determine a lot of the season 2 and 3 output of those shows.

Production for the different series had engaged local vendors and small businesses for various stages of development and had required over 14, production-related hires.

In August , Marvel announced that Runaways had received a pilot order from Hulu , [96] eventually receiving a 10 episode order the following May.

This allowed showrunners Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage to deal with concepts such as superheroics and fantasy without explaining them to the audience, since they are already well established in the MCU, while still focusing on their own characters, which they described as "liberating".

It was important to both of us to find the right characters that felt like they would speak directly to Freeform's audience.

The Avengers wouldn't work here but the about-to-be-Avengers works here. Agents of S. He stated that, for example, the series' creative team initially wanted to use Loki 's scepter from The Avengers but were unable due to his plans for it in Avengers: Age of Ultron In April , Quesada stated that, beyond connecting to themselves, the Netflix series would connect with the films and other television series.

We have to earn that. The audience needs to understand who all of these characters are and what the world is before you then start co-mingling".

The schedules do not always quite match up to make that possible. It's easier for [the shows]. They're more nimble and faster and produce things quicker than we do, which is one of the main reasons you see the repercussions of Winter Soldier or [ Avengers: Age of Ultron ] in the show By the time our movie comes out, they'd be [starting the next season].

So finding the timing on that is not always easy. Loeb talked further on the subject in July , reiterating the issue of scheduling by saying "if I'm shooting a television series and that's going to go on over a six-month or eight-month period, how am I going to get [a television series actor] to be able to go be in a movie?

It's connected in the way that the shows come from the same place, that they are real, that they are grounded. In January , Vincent D'Onofrio , who portrays Wilson Fisk in Daredevil , said he "would love to switch over to the movies, but I think it's pretty much been said it's not going to happen.

Or at least not for a very, very long time. Crossover, repetition, or something. Loeb said in July that Marvel Television had no plans for series to crossover across networks.

It's being aware of it and trying to find a way for it to be able to discuss in a way that makes sense.

He also spoke on why the television series do not show Avengers Tower as it appears in the films when they depict New York City, and stated that Marvel Television wanted to be "less specific" about the television characters' relationships to the tower because that "helps the audience understand that this could be on any street corner" and that the characters could be in an area of the city where you would not be able to see the tower, even though it exists.

In June , speaking to how the MCU television series would be affected by the events of Avengers: Infinity War , Loeb noted that "For the most part our stories will take place before Thanos clicked his fingers.

A lot of that has to do with production and when we are telling our stories versus when the movies come out.

The movies are the lead dog. They're setting the timeline for the MCU and what's going on. Our job is to navigate within that world.

Each series was expected to be six to eight episodes, and would be produced by Marvel Studios rather than Marvel Television, with Feige taking a "hands-on role" in each series' development.

In , the first tie-in comic was released. Kevin Feige is involved with these and in some cases maybe the writers of the movies would be involved [as well.

In August , Marvel announced a series of direct-to-video short films called Marvel One-Shots , [] the name derived from the label used by Marvel Comics for their one-shot comics.

We have 8, of them, and they can't all be at the same level. So maybe there are some that are not so popular, and we introduce them [with a short] — and they take off.

I could see that happening. Inspired by real-world "conspiracy-pushing" websites such as that of Alex Jones , the website features J. Simmons reprising his role as J.

Jonah Jameson in a video where he speaks out against Spider-Man before adding "Thanks for watching. Don't forget to like and subscribe!

Marvel Studios developed specific business practices to create its shared universe, including choosing filmmakers that were considered "out-of-left-field", given their previous work.

Feige remarked, "You don't have to have directed a big, giant visual-effects movie to do a big, giant visual-effects movie for us.

You just have to have done something singularly sort of awesome," [] adding "It's worked out well for us when we've taken people [such as Jon Favreau , Joss Whedon, Kenneth Branagh , and the Russo brothers ,] that have done very, very good things.

Very rarely are one of those good things a big giant blockbuster superhero movie. These are put together at company retreats, which the studio holds every "18 months or so" to plan out and develop the phases of the MCU.

These lookbooks are not always shown to directors, though, with Marvel sometimes preferring to let the director offer their own ideas first.

Scott Derrickson did not see a lookbook for Doctor Strange , instead putting together his own presentation, with concept art and storyboards by himself and professionals he hired, to sell himself and his vision of the film to Marvel.

In contrast, Marvel shared several different ideas for what Thor: Ragnarok could be with prospective filmmakers, who then went away and developed what they thought the film should be from that.

Taika Waititi created a sizzle reel using clips from other films to present his vision based on Marvel's ideas, a practice that Marvel discourages as they "oftentimes can be really terrible".

However, Marvel thought Waititi's was "amazing". Derrickson and Waititi were both eventually hired for the films. We did like a page book that had everything that we'd do with the character, from the theme of the movie to the tone of the film to the fighting style to what we liked about the character and what we didn't like".

This meant that by the time they were hired they had already "figured the movie out". When the studio hired Kenneth Branagh and Joe Johnston to direct Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger , respectively, it made sure both directors were open to the idea of a shared universe and including Avengers set-up scenes in their films.

It's a weird sort of tapestry of writers and directors working together to create this universe that's sort of organic.

As the cinematic universe moves forward, you may start to see the cinematic universe adopt that same pattern, as the publishing has, where there's closure with some characters and new beginnings with other characters.

On allowing directors and writers to work within Marvel's shared universe concept, Joe Russo said that Feige has "big pieces that he knows he wants to build towards, but the way that you get there is open to interpretation and improv a little bit".

And I think why Marvel has been so successful is because it's been such a clear plan, that everything is interconnected and they're building emotional capital with each movie that you can then trade off of in the next film.

Or, what's going on in that film, can we pull some of that into this film? That's where you start looking for the interconnectedness, but it's very important early on that the concept be created in a bubble because you have to protect the idea, it has to be driven by storytelling.

Loeb explained that Marvel Television sees "ourselves as producers who are working to support the vision of our showrunner.

But we're involved in every aspect of the production—whether it's being in the writers' room, editing on set, casting—every step of the production goes through the Marvel team to tell the best story that we can.

Marvel Studios also began contracting their actors for multiple films, including signing actor Samuel L.

Jackson to a then "unprecedented" nine-movie contract. In August , Marvel signed Joss Whedon to an exclusive contract through June for film and television.

With the deal, Whedon would "contribute creatively" on Phase Two of the MCU and develop the first television series set in the universe.

Occasionally there could be some writing. But I'm not trying to get in anybody's soup, I'm just trying to be helpful. It's not like anyone's saying "well I don't know, what if I need that?

You want to honor the events of the last movie but you don't want to be beholden to them, because some people will see Avengers[: Age of Ultron] who did not see any of the movies in between or even Avengers 1.

Subsequently, they talked "to the directors and writers of the other Phase 3 movies on an almost weekly basis, to make sure everything lines up right".

In April , along with his announcement that he was returning to write and direct Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. The first three phases are collectively known as "The Infinity Saga".

The Wakanda Files: A Technological Exploration of the Avengers and Beyond is "a collection of papers, articles, blueprints, and notes amassed throughout history by Wakanda's War Dogs" at the request of Shuri.

It is organized by areas of study, and covers the technological advancements throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

It will be released on October 20, Additionally, Paul Bettany was the first actor to portray two main characters within the universe, voicing Tony Stark's artificial intelligence J.

So the notion that he could be sitting there on a cosmic pit stop during the jump gate sequence in Guardians Leading up to the release of Avengers: Endgame , Mondo announced that they would be releasing vinyl copies for the soundtracks of all MCU films released up to that point, as well as Endgame.

The first vinyl produced was for Ant-Man and The Wasp on April 24, , featuring collectible artwork designed by Phantom City Creative and 14 previously unreleased bonus tracks, followed by Black Panther and Thor: Ragnarok.

Comparing the films to the series Game of Thrones specifically, VanDerWerff noted that each solo film checks "in on various characters and their individual side stories, before bringing everyone together in the finale or, rather, an Avengers film ", with Guardians of the Galaxy being equivalent to the character Daenerys Targaryen —"both separated by long distances from everybody else".

She noted that this format was an extension of early "TV-like" film franchises such as Star Wars , as well as the format of the comics upon which the films are based.

But I also don't think it's the end of the world if Marvel continues on There's something legitimately exciting about the way the medium tells stories when it's good, and if nothing else, Marvel's success shows the film world could learn from that.

Following the conclusion of season one of Agents of S. It faces a future of perpetual re-invention, and that puts it in the exhilarating first car of television's roller-coaster ride toward possible world domination.

Doran stated, "Marvel has raised the bar sooo high that as opposed to just allowing another film to finish under the [MCU] bar, we're all overly and perhaps even eager to overreact to the first thing that doesn't clear it".

McMillian responded, "at this point, Marvel's brand is such that I'm not sure it can offer up something like [the trailer] without it seeming like a crushing disappointment The fact that there's such upset about this trailer being After seeing the portrayal of Yellowjacket in Ant-Man , the antagonist of the film, McMillian noted,.

It's hardly a secret that Marvel Studios has a bit of a problem when it comes to offering up exciting characters for their heroes to fight against There's the Unstoppable Monster No matter which of the groups the above villains fall into, they share one common purpose: evil.

The motivations for evil likely differ—although, invariably, they fall under the umbrella of 'misguided belief in a greater good that doesn't exist'—but that really doesn't matter, because without fail, there will be so little time in the movie to actually properly explore those motivations, meaning that to all intents and purposes, the villain is being evil for reasons of plot necessity and little else The strange thing about this is that Marvel's comic books offer a number of wonderful, colorful bad guys who could step outside the above parameters and offer an alternative to the formulaic villains audiences have gotten used to and arguably bored with In future movies, we can only hope [they are] treated in such a way that their freak flags are allowed to fly free.

Jessica Jones takes big steps forward in terms of theme, craft and diversity. It's a good story first, and a superhero show second. And for the first time, the MCU seems like it matters.

Our culture needs stories like this. Here's hoping Marvel keeps them coming. Speaking to the s setting of Captain Marvel , "the MCU's first full period piece since Phase One 's Captain America: The First Avenger in ", Richard Newby of The Hollywood Reporter felt the return of younger versions of some characters introduced and killed in earlier films "open[ed] up the MCU in a whole new way and broaden[ed] the franchise's mantra of 'it's all connected ' ".

Speaking specifically to Clark Gregg's appearance as Agent Phil Coulson in the film, Newby noted the appearance "doesn't exactly mend fences between Marvel's film and TV divisions, [but] it does strengthen the connective tissue and the sense that these characters still matter in the grand scheme of Marvel's film plans".

He also hoped that continuity from Agents of S. Newby also added that shifting to different time periods would help Marvel Studios "sustain this cinematic universe for the next 10 years" by allowing them to repeat some of the genres previously used, as they could then feel "fresh" and have "different rules and different restraints," as well as allow them to build upon material established in the television series such as Agent Carter.

He concluded,. Marvel Studios has an entire sandbox to play in, but, for necessary reasons, has largely chosen to remain in a small corner in order to ground audiences in these concepts.

Now that the basis has been laid, the opportunity for exploration in both film and television lies ahead, with Captain Marvel leading the way.

Wherever Marvel Studios plans to take the MCU in the future, it's refreshing to know that its past is expansive and filled with infinite possibilities.

These are difficult times for big-screen entertainment. As the medium declines and TV grows ascendant, authentic spectacles—as opposed to lavish embellishments of smallish ideas—threaten to become a thing of the fabled past.

All the more reason, then, to cherish what Marvel has achieved, even though befuddling stumbles have occurred along the way.

The studio has kept the faith by smartening up most of its films, not dumbing them down, by banking on, and raking in profits from, the audience's appetite for surprise, its capacity for complexity.

When the final battle comes at the end of Avengers: Endgame , it's inevitably unwieldy—every Marvel character you can think of from the past decade shows up for one more assault on cosmic evil—but thrilling all the same, and followed by a delicate coda.

So many stories. So many adventures. So much to sort out before the next cycle starts. In October , filmmaker Martin Scorsese criticized Marvel films in an interview and during a David Lean lecture in London, later expanded in an op-ed in The New York Times , saying that these films are not cinema, but are the equivalent of theme park rides that lack "mystery, revelation or genuine emotional danger".

To me, it's all cinema. I don't think you can ghettoize it and say, oh this is cinema or that is cinema. It applies to all the arts, to literature, the performing arts, painting and music, in all its form.

It's such a broad spectrum, a wide range and to say that anyone is more significant or more important than the other, is missing the point.

It's one big mosaic and each bit of work fits into it. Predator , the idea of a shared universe was virtually unheard of in Hollywood.

Amobi added, "A lot of these superhero characters were just being left there to gather dust. Disney has proved that this [approach and genre] can be a gold mine.

I'm not sure they can. In March , Patrick Shanley of The Hollywood Reporter opined that "the key differences between a regular franchise, such as The Fast and the Furious or Pitch Perfect films , and a shared universe is the amount of planning and interweaving that goes into each individual film.

Its all too easy to make a film that exists solely for the purpose of setting up future installments and expanding a world, rather than a film that stands on its own merits while deftly hinting or winking at its place in the larger mythos.

In that, the MCU has flourished. That mentality has persisted through most of the MCU films over the past decade, which is all the more impressive as its roster of heroes now exceeds the two-dozen mark.

The company was expected to take the opposite approach to Marvel, releasing individual films for the characters after they have appeared in a team-up film.

We have our TV universe and our film universe, but they all co-exist. For us, creatively, it's about allowing everyone to make the best possible product, to tell the best story, to do the best world.

Everyone has a vision and you really want to let the visions shine through It's just a different approach [to Marvel's]. Discussing the apparent failure of the cinematic universe's first team-up film, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice , to establish a successful equivalent to the MCU, Emily VanDerWerff noted that where the MCU has a television-like "showrunner" in Feige, "the visionary behind Marvel's entire slate", the DCEU has director Zack Snyder , whose DC films "seemingly start from the assumption that people have come not to see an individual story but a long series of teases for other ones.

It's like he knows what he needs to do but can't focus on the task at hand. TV certainly isn't immune to that problem, but shows that get caught up in high-concept premises and big-picture thinking before doing the necessary legwork to establish characters and their relationships tend to be canceled.

The two were made producers on the Justice League films, on top of Johns' involvement in several "solo" films, such as the post-production process of Suicide Squad or the writing process of a standalone Batman film.

Moving forward, you'll see the DC movie universe being a universe, but one that comes from the heart of the filmmaker who's creating them.

In November , 20th Century Fox announced plans to create their own shared universe, consisting of Marvel properties that it holds the rights to including the Fantastic Four and X-Men, with the hiring of Mark Millar as supervising producer.

Millar said, "Fox are thinking, 'We're sitting on some really awesome things here. There is another side of the Marvel Universe.

Let's try and get some cohesiveness going. To meet with the writers and directors to suggest new ways we could take this stuff and new properties that could spin out of it.

And the Fantastic Four acquire powers, so for them to live in a world where mutants are prevalent is kind of complicated, because you're like, 'Oh, you're just a mutant.

Feeling that Singer's efforts in Apocalypse to establish a larger world, similar to the MCU, did not meet the standards established by Marvel, VanDerWerff noted that unlike Feige's ability to serve as "pseudo-showrunner", Singer is instead "steeped in film and the way movie stories have always been told", so "when it comes time to have Apocalypse dovetail with story threads from the earlier X-Men: First Class which was directed by Matthew Vaughn , both Singer's direction and Simon Kinberg's script rely on hackneyed devices and clumsy storytelling", indicating a lack of "the kind of big-picture thinking this sort of mega franchise requires".

In November , Sony Pictures Entertainment Co-Chairman Amy Pascal announced that the studio intended to expand their universe created within the Marc Webb Amazing Spider-Man series , with spin-off adventures for supporting characters, in an attempt to replicate Marvel and Disney's model.

With this announcement, IGN stated that the spin-offs are "the latest example of what we can refer to as "the Avengers effect" in Hollywood, as studios work to build interlocking movie universes.

Sony Pictures would continue to finance, distribute, own, and have final creative control of the Spider-Man films. After Sony canceled their shared universe plans and started sharing the Spider-Man character with Marvel Studios, multiple critics discussed their failure at replicating the MCU.

Scott Meslow of The Week noted the perceived flaws of the first Amazing Spider-Man film, outside of its lead performances, and how the sequel "doubles down on all the missteps of the original while adding a few of its own.

When every superhero film is now going bigger, Amazing Spider-Man could have distinguished itself by going small and intimate. In September , the University of Baltimore announced a course beginning in the spring semester revolving around the Marvel Cinematic Universe, to be taught by Arnold T.

After the acquisition by Disney in , Marvel films began to be marketed at the Innoventions attraction in Tomorrowland at Disneyland. In addition, there is a simulator game, titled "Become Iron Man", that uses Kinect -like technology to allow the viewer to be encased in an animated Mark XLII armor and take part in a series of "tests," in which you fire repulsor rays and fly through Tony Stark's workshop.

The game is guided by J. The exhibit also has smaller displays that include helmets and chest pieces from the earlier films and the gauntlet and boot from an action sequence in Iron Man 3.

The attraction opened on May 27, The area will include a reimagined attraction where riders will team up with Iron Man and other Avengers on a "hyper-kinetic adventure" in In May , the Avengers S.

The exhibit features replica set pieces, as well as actual props from the films, mixed with interactive technology and information, crafted through a partnership with NASA and other scientists.

Titus Welliver also provides a "debrief" to visitors, reprising his role as S. Additionally, the Las Vegas version features Cobie Smulders reprising her role as Maria Hill to "debrief" visitors, replacing Welliver.

The exhibit, which included " plus objects, films, costumes, drawings and other ephemera", featured content "from the collection of Marvel Studios and Marvel Entertainment and private collections" with "significant focus [given] to the creative artists who translate the drawn narrative to the screen through production design and storyboarding, costume and prop design, and special effects and post-production".

The experience would be available for a limited time starting in mid-October at select Void VR locations.

On March 18, , ABC aired a one-hour television special titled Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe , which documented the history of Marvel Studios and the development of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and included exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes footage from all of the films, One-Shots and Agents of S.

While it might all make sense in hindsight, there was appreciable audacity in Marvel's plan to release five loosely connected movies from the same hero-filled world, beginning with the cinematically unproven Iron Man and culminating with superhero team The Avengers.

As such, this fast-moving hour qualifies as more than just a cut-and-paste job from electronic press kits, although there's an element of that, certainly.

In September , Agents of S. Fun, fast-paced and encompassing many of the company's highlights along with a few lowlights, it's a solid primer on Marvel's history, while weaving in inevitable self-promotion and synergistic plugs.

This collection will feature a look at the evolution of Marvel Studios, personal stories from all 22 films released at the time, and interviews with cast and crew members.

For the Hulk, Luma redefined its previous muscular system and simulation process to create and render the character, while Ant-Man received new motion capture.

The first two films follow Thor as he moves in with a new roommate, Darryl Jacobson played by Daley Pearson , and what he and Bruce Banner were doing during the events of Captain America: Civil War Team Thor was screened at the San Diego Comic-Con, [] and was released online in August , [] and with the digital download of Civil War the following month.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Shared fictional universe. The other filmmakers aren't used to getting actors from other movies that other filmmakers have cast, certain plot lines that are connected or certain locations that are connected, but I think Primarily because we've always remained consistent saying that the movie that we are making comes first.

All of the connective tissue, all of that stuff is fun and is going to be very important if you want it to be. If the fans want to look further and find connections, then they're there.

There are a few big ones obviously, that hopefully the mainstream audience will able to follow as well. They need to have a fresh vision, a unique tone, and the fact that they can interconnect if you want to follow those breadcrumbs is a bonus.

Everything is interconnected. The most simple way I could put it is Marvel doesn't come to the filmmakers and say, "Here's what the next movie is.

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