Marvel Comics revolutionized the way characters are portrayed in movies. They exceed the public’s expectations.
The upcoming projects show are innovative and the public responded with great enthusiasm.
Some changes, however, have been considered quite drastic, with not only the scenes changing from time to time but also the characters.
Among the comics made into motion pictures that have changed the main character, one example includes “Spiderman.” Expected to be released on July 3, 2012 with new actor Andrew Garfield starring as Spiderman, the expectations have exceeded beyond imagination.
Upcoming comics-intomovies include: “THOR,” which will be in theaters May, 4, 2011; “Captain America: The First Avenger” on July 22, 2011; “The Avengers” on May 4, 2012 and “Iron Man 3” on May 3, 2013.
Do not miss “THOR” this summer. According to Marvel Comics Inc., it is about The Mighty Thor, a powerful but arrogant warrior whose actions reignite an ancient war. For this reason, Thor is banished to Earth where he is forced to live among humans.
Then that the most powerful villain of this world sends it darkest forces to invade Earth. As this happens, Thor learns the true meaning of what it takes to be a hero.
The following movie coming up is “Captain America: The First Avenger,” which is about a supersoldier program to aid the United States war effort.
Main character Steve Rogers becomes the first supersoldier, later to be known as Captain America, as he fights a villain in World War II. He wears a costume that bears the American flag as a symbol that he is protecting the nation along with an indestructible shield that can be thrown as a weapon.
Both THOR and Captain America will be introduced to the public in an effort to bring all of the Avengers together, along with the Hulk and Iron Man, in the film produced by Marvel Studios, “The Avengers,” which will be coming out in about a year.
Marvel Studios has been working vigorously to produce what the audience wishes to see. With their upcoming projects, they will not only entertain people but also work the magic of making a comic come to life.