Marvel’s latest Captain America-inspired superhero — a female Filipino American college student named Ari Agbayani — will make her debut in an upcoming issue of the limited series “The United States of Captain America.”
In the series: Steve Rogers looks for his stolen shield across the U.S. with the help of former Captain Americas such as John Walker, Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes, according to Rappler.
“China Captain,” a new film released on the Tencent Video streaming platform, is receiving heavy criticism from social media users for being too similar to Marvel’s “Avengers.”
Marvel Studios released the first teaser trailer for its highly anticipated film, “Eternals,” on Monday.
What it’s about: The studio’s upcoming film will introduce fans to a new team of superheroes.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige now regrets whitewashing The Ancient One after casting Tilda Swinton instead of an Asian man in the 2016 movie “Doctor Strange.”
Actor Simu Liu is gracing the cover of Men’s Health for June, making him the magazine’s first East Asian cover model in over a decade.
Hero on the cover: Liu, who stars in the upcoming “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” announced the milestone via a tweet on Wednesday.
Marvel star Simu Liu recently taught Twitter how to correctly pronounce his name as well as his superhero identity Shang-Chi.
Marvel Studios recently released a Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4 sizzle reel that features new footage from “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” as well as the world’s first sneak peek of “The Eternals.”
Marvel Studios shared the sizzle reel on various social media platforms, including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, on May 3.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige recently discussed the casting of the “Eternals” and revealed the importance of Gemma Chan’s role in the movie.
In an interview with Variety, Feige shared how critical the casting was for the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe film as the characters were modified from the original comics to allow for a more diverse representation.
Marvel Comics has unveiled its latest South Korean superhero in the February issue of the comic series “Taskmaster.”
The crimefighter Taegukgi, who is named after the Korean flag, makes his debut on the third issue of “Taskmaster,” written by Jed MacKay and illustrated by Alessandro Vitti.
What started as a social media joke has now turned into something serious as director and actor Stephen Ford pitched a Disney+ spin-off for Agent Jimmy Woo played by Randall Park.
Park, 46, received a cult following online for his role as Jimmy Woo in the Disney+ series “WandaVision.” Fans of the show later speculated the character’s spin-off, and Ford suggested a show in the style of FOX’s “X-Files,” Slash Film reported.
A Southeast Asian superhero might join the Marvel Cinematic Universe sooner than expected, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige hinted at a recent press conference for Disney+.
The topic was brought up while Feige was in Singapore on Tuesday to promote the local launch of the streaming service, reports NME.
Kumail Nanjiani, one of the stars of the upcoming Marvel superhero movie “Eternals,” was body-shamed for being too buff for his role.
How it started: The 42-year-old Pakistani American actor and comedian shared a picture on New Year’s Day, showing a slice of pandan tres leches cake while wearing a tight shirt that accentuated his muscular physique.