Cape Watch: No, Spider-Man Isn’t in Age of Ultron—Or Is He?

Cape Watch: No, Spider-Man Isn’t in Age of Ultron—Or Is He?

With all the Avengers: Age of Ultron talk lately, it’s easy to forget there are other superhero movies on the horizon. We’re here to remind you.

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Cape Watch: Wonder Woman Gets a Shiny New Director

Cape Watch: Wonder Woman Gets a Shiny New Director

Here’s a bunch of superhero movie news to keep you occupied while you await the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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Cape Watch: Here’s What We Want From Our Superheroes in 2015

Cape Watch: Here’s What We Want From Our Superheroes in 2015

The last year was an amazing one for superhero movies, but that’s all in the past, and it’s time to look ahead. What does 2015 have in store? We don’t know. We do, however, know what we’d like to see happen in the coming year. Here is the Cape Watch Wish List for 2015.

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Cape Watch: The Avengers Get a Pouty Teen and Suicide Squad Gets More Villains

Cape Watch: The Avengers Get a Pouty Teen and Suicide Squad Gets More Villains

Before you curl up by the Yule Log for the holidays, spare a few thoughts for those truly in need: the Hollywood executives who work so hard to bring us the superhero movies we enjoy all summer. Here are the highlights of this week’s superhero movie news.

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Cape Watch: Al Pacino Might Join the Avengers. Hoo-Ah!

Cape Watch: Al Pacino Might Join the Avengers. Hoo-Ah!

Rumor has it that this year, Santa’s two lists aren’t split into “Naughty” and “Nice,” but instead, those who are Marvel fans and those who prefer DC. If that’s the case, then he’ll surely be happy with the last week of news and rumors about superhero movies, which has been pretty evenly split between both companies’ stables. Here are the highlights.

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Cape Watch: Wonder Woman Gets a Director and Jared Leto Gets Coy About the Joker

Cape Watch: Wonder Woman Gets a Director and Jared Leto Gets Coy About the Joker

With the holidays just around the corner, Cape Watch has arrived on the scene just a little earlier than usual to ensure that you have something to distract you while you try and sit and patiently wait for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer. We’ve got a couple of announcements about movies you won’t see for at least a couple of years, tales of a female director for Wonder Woman, and Jared Leto’s best attempt at distraction from the topic at hand. Here are the highlights of the week’s superhero news.

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Cape Watch: Doctor Doom Is Now an Antisocial Coder for Some Reason

Cape Watch: Doctor Doom Is Now an Antisocial Coder for Some Reason

As everyone knows, it’s a good thing to think outside of the box. Unfortunately, it appears not everyone is equally aware that there’s only so far outside of the box you can go before you lose sight of the box entirely and start coming up with ideas that may not necessarily have any relation to the box at all. All of which is to say, this week we learned some movie executives have made some very strange decisions in regards to potential future projects. Here are the highlights (and lowlights) of the week’s superhero news.

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Cape Watch: Doctor Doom Is Now an Antisocial Coder for Some Reason

Cape Watch: Doctor Doom Is Now an Antisocial Coder for Some Reason

As everyone knows, it’s a good thing to think outside of the box. Unfortunately, it appears not everyone is equally aware that there’s only so far outside of the box you can go before you lose sight of the box entirely and start coming up with ideas that may not necessarily have any relation to the box at all. All of which is to say, this week we learned some movie executives have made some very strange decisions in regards to potential future projects. Here are the highlights (and lowlights) of the week’s superhero news.

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Cape Watch: Loki Returns and Channing Tatum Gets His Own Gambit Movie

Cape Watch: Loki Returns and Channing Tatum Gets His Own Gambit Movie

After monopolizing the news recently, Marvel Studios ceded the metaphorical floor to some other studios this week, just in time for both Sony Pictures and 20th Century Fox to get some attention for their Spider-Man and X-Men spin-offs, respectively. That’s not to say that Marvel is out of the news cycle entirely—we did get word that Loki may be popping up in the next Avengers flick, after all.

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Cape Watch: Marvel Takes Over the World, Lets White Guys Take a Breather

Cape Watch: Marvel Takes Over the World, Lets White Guys Take a Breather

Thanks to Avengers: Age of Ultron‘s teaser trailer and a certain Tuesday morning press conference—sorry, “special event”—you could be forgiven for thinking that this week has proven it’s Marvel Studios’ world, and we’re just living in it. That’s not to say other studios haven’t been doing their thing too. But really it has pretty much been Marvel’s world recently. Just try not to piss off Thanos and you’ll be fine. Here are the highlights of the week’s superhero movie news.

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