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Kevin Feige tells us everything he can on Marvel's Phase Three

Will there be a Black Widow standalone movie? When will we get to see Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther? Which actress will be cast as Captain Marvel? Is Benedict Cumberbatch going to be Doctor Strange?

With Marvel, every major announcement begets a waterfall of followup questions. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige indulged a group of journalists following Tuesday’s massive information dump (read Anthony Breznican’s play-by-play here) with some teases, some specifics and a whole bunch of misdirects. Here’s what we learned:

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Despite leak, 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' trailer breaks Marvel record

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Understatement alert: It seems people want to see this Avengers movie.

Despite a breakdown in Marvel’s synergistic plans to debut the first teaser for Avengers: Age of Ultron during Tuesday’s broadcast of ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. when a raw-looking, early leak of the footage hit the web on Wednesday, the film has still shattered the studio’s records for trailer views.  READ FULL STORY

Disney loses 'John Carter' rights: What's next for the franchise?

John Carter was not the hit Disney hoped for at the box office. The studio reportedly lost $200 million on the film, expecting it to launch a blockbuster franchise but instead delivering a Taylor Kitsch-fronted flop. There are some admittedly interesting ideas and imagery in the film, but there’s no denying its critical and commercial failure.

Still, some left a candle burning in the hopes that the John Carter of Mars franchise was not dead. And now it seems the works of Edgar Rice Burroughs may live onjust not at Disney.

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Disney announces 2016 release for animated feature 'Moana'

Get ready for another Disney heroine to obsess over: Disney Animation announced today that it will release its 56th animated feature, Moana, in late 2016.  READ FULL STORY

'Feast' your eyes on Disney's new animated short, which stars a very cute puppy

Meet Winston, the adorable, endlessly energetic, food-loving Boston terrier and star of Disney Animation’s short, Feast.

Told from the point of view of the impossibly cute pooch, Feast follows Winston on his years-long culinary journey alongside his sweet schlub of an owner. EW got an exclusive look at the unique hand-drawn/computer animated movie from director Patrick Osborne, who was animation supervisor on the Oscar-winning short Paperman.

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Baymax steals the show at 'Big Hero 6' New York Comic Con panel

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Coming off the success of Guardians of the Galaxy, everyone wanted to get their hands on Rocket Racoon and Groot figures, plushies, posters–basically anything that evoked the breakout characters. But Disney may face some competition with…itself, and that’s all thanks to Baymax in Big Hero 6.

At Disney’s New York Comic Con panel, several new scenes were shown from the film, which releases on Nov. 7. And while all of the titular heroes enjoyed some time in the spotlight, from the first to the last scene, the film’s robotic healthcare specialist Baymax stole the show.

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George Clooney brings impressive 'Tomorrowland' footage to NY Comic Con

While mum was the word at the Tomorrowland panel at New York Comic Con, a never-before-seen clip screened at the show shines a bit of light on Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof’s latest mystery box of a film.

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Woman sues Disney, says 'Frozen' was based on her life story

Could Elsa and Anna be based on real people? That’s what New Jersey-based author Isabella Tanikumi is claiming in a new lawsuit filed against Disney.

In the lawsuit, Tanikumi claims that Disney’s hit film, Frozen, infringed on the copyright of her books, Living My Truth and Yearning of the Heart, both of which were taken from Tanikumi’s life story. According to the suit, “characters, plots, subplots and storyline” were taken from Tanikumi’s works in order to create Frozen.

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Puffy robot Baymax takes center stage in new 'Big Hero 6' trailer

Since Disney revealed its first animated Marvel film, Big Hero 6, the plump robot Baymax has been at the heart of the promotional campaign. His presence has steadily grown from trailer to poster to clip, and the upcoming release’s latest trailer isn’t just heavy on the Baymax love. It makes him the star.

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Hiro Hamada gets diagnosed with puberty in first 'Big Hero 6' clip

Big Hero 6, the first animated Disney film to pull from the company’s acquisition of Marvel, appears to be sticking to both its superheroic and animated roots by keeping things funny amid all the action. As first seen in the initial trailer, the amusing interplay between protagonist Hiro Hamada and his personal healthcare companion Baymax has been paramount to selling the film. The first full clip from Big Hero 6 is no exception, showing off a hilarious encounter between the two in Hiro’s bedroom.

In the scene, Baymax, who previously belonged to Hiro’s brother Tadashi, responds with excessive concern to Hiro’s minor yelp of pain. Impelled to help, however, Baymax presses Hiro to find out what’s wrong despite the young boy’s protests.

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