IGN will have a chance to read the first of the Marvel movies, “The Avengers: Age of Ultron,” in person on Thursday, July 12, at 8 p.m.
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The panel will include Marvel Studios Chief Creative Officer Joe Russo, Amazon Studios Chief Content Officer Matt Smith and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.
The panel will be moderated by IGN’s Sam Machkovech and the cast of Marvel’s “The Force Awakens” will also join the discussion.
Fans can expect more details on the panel and the official release date of the film, which hits theaters on May 1, 2018.
Marvel Studios has revealed two of its upcoming movies: “The Ant-Man” and “Captain America: Civil War.”
“Captain American: Civil Wars” is directed by Anthony and Joe Russo and is based on the Marvel Cinematic Universe that began with “The Winter Soldier” and will continue to expand with “Civil War.”
It will be followed by “The First Avenger” on March 8, 2019.
Marvel also has the “Guardians of the Galaxy” film and the “Black Panther” sequel, and is also developing “Captain Marvel,” “Ant-Man and the Wasp” and a “Thor: Ragnarok” sequel.
In the comics, the Marvel Universe’s heroes are not limited to their super-powered counterparts.
There is a long history of Marvel heroes fighting for justice, but it was a time of great peril, as the universe was under the threat of a super-intelligent alien.
The original “Captain” America, Steve Rogers, was born on March 12, 1963.
Steve, a boy who was orphaned at an orphanage and raised by his surrogate mother, Peggy Carter, is a trained fighter, but is a reluctant hero when he’s forced to fight alongside his father, Clint Barton, in the 1940s.