The God of Mischief is back! Click inside to check out the highly anticipated trailer for the second season of Marvel's hit series!

This week, Disney+ announced when we'll be able to watch the critically acclaimed sequel to Black Panther and introduced a new podcast that accompanies the film.

Check out a list of the upcoming superhero films that fans just can't stop searching for on the Internet!

We all know of the success that the Black Panther has seen. What we all might not know is that there was another star who was supposed to be the leading man of the franchise initially.

The beloved actor was bestowed a special award this past weekend for one of his last projects before his untimely death.

The Houston Hottie made a special appearance on the latest episode of 'She Hulk: Attorney At Law' in only a way that she could!

Exciting news for WandaVision fans! A WandaVision spinoff starring Kathryn Hahn is in the works at Disney Plus from Marvel Studios.

The Marvel Studios film follows Natasha Romanova as she deals with her history as a spy and the broken relationships she left behind before becoming one of the Avengers. 

Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige announced filming began in Atlanta; head inside for more details.

Disney actually announced enough content to keep fans locked into the platform for the next five years. Seriously, the thread of announcements is so long it is hard to explain all that is expected to arrive. Thankfully, we crafted a list of some of our favorite picks so you don't have to sort through it yourself.

Marvel Studio's announced Black Panther Sequel to begin filming in July 2021. The highly-anticipated sequel took an unfortunate backseat after the sudden and unexpected death of Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman. Director Ryan Coogler has been working with the Marvel Studio's team to determine where the story will develop from here. It seems they have a clear direction as they have now set a date for production on the new movie according to sources from The Hollywood Reporter. 

Sad that 2017 is coming to a close? Don’t be. It means we’re moving that much closer to Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War (and Black Panther obviously). Check out the action-packed trailer below if you’ve been thirsting for more Marvel universe and hero cameos. Infinity War comes out May 4, 2018.