A number of other Marvel projects have also been affected by the outbreak.
In a new interview, actor Haaz Sleiman shares details of the upcoming Marvel movie moment.
"If Tessa wanted to do that, I’m in," the "Thor: Love and Thunder" director said.
Rachel Brosnahan and James Corden team up for a kooky mashup and the host gets in another dig at "Cats."
Marvel boss Kevin Feige teased that the character will appear in a film that's currently in production.
Francesca Scorsese's prank could have turned "The Irishman" director into a raging bull.
Looking back at a decade that rewrote Hollywood's business model to value products over people.
"The leader of my country and the free world actually enjoys comparing himself to a mass murderer," said Jim Starlin.
Natasha Romanoff targets "unfinished business" in the official teaser for the upcoming Marvel movie.
"I think we can all agree that they cast the right actor," he said on "The Tonight Show."
"Nobody owns cinema. We don't own cinema. You don't own cinema. Scorsese doesn't own cinema," Anthony Russo said.
"The Irishman" filmmaker steps up his criticism of Marvel with a warning about predictable corporate franchise films.
Coppola had whacked the superhero flicks, calling them "despicable."
The “Captain Marvel” actor became part of a surprise proposal between two of her biggest fans.
The "Friends" alum paid the price for saying Marvel is "diminishing" what's coming out of Hollywood.
Captain America goes viral with a rallying cry to get more people involved.
The Oscar-winning director won't even deign to watch one in its entirety.
The two studios plan to release an as yet untitled sequel to "Spider-Man: Far From Home" in July 2021.
The actor will reportedly be reprising his role as Tony Stark/Iron Man in the prequel film starring Scarlett Johansson.
Writer-director Ryan Coogler is behind the upcoming project.