Marvel boss Kevin Feige teased that the character will appear in a film that's currently in production.
The two studios plan to release an as yet untitled sequel to "Spider-Man: Far From Home" in July 2021.
The man who plays Nick Fury joins fellow actors Tom Holland and Sebastian Stan in the “Gwyneth Doesn’t Remember Working With Us” club.
The actor drew attention on social media to Marvel Entertainment Chairman Isaac Perlmutter, a longtime Trump supporter.
"Endgame" earned an estimated $2.79 billion in worldwide revenue in just 13 weeks, surpassing “Avatar’s” $2.789 billion.
"As new king, she needs to find her queen," Thompson said during a panel at Comic-Con.
"The world isn’t as simple as a straight white guy," the "Spider-Man: Far From Home" star said.
The studio's president, Kevin Feige, said they approach the actor to star in "almost every film we make."
At least one might have already been there all along...
Marvel head Kevin Feige voiced strong support for Ryan Coogler's future involvement.