Civil War! Marvel vs. Warner Bros. on Most Craved

Most Craved, Part 1: The Next Four Years of Superhero Movies

Two of the biggest news stories of the year broke this week, and Most Craved is here to tell you what it all means. We’re getting to the heart of all the trendiest trending topics and giving you the scoop on Marvel’s Civil War crossover movie event, Warner Bros.’ monumental upcoming slate of superhero movies, and what those Spider-Man rumors could mean for Sony, Marvel and most importantly, you!

Related: Warner Bros. Announces Superhero Movies Through 2020

What are these big superhero movies Warner Bros. just announced? Why should you be more excited for Cyborg than you already are? What tools does Marvel Studios have in its arsenal to neutralize the Justice League movies? Will Civil War give Marvel the opportunity to make their own version of Warner Bros.’ Suicide Squad? 

Most Craved, Part 2: Civil War and Spider-Man Rumors

What the heck is Civil War? What parts of the epic comic book series can Marvel never put into the movies? Will this mean the end of The Avengers as we know it? Is Marvel lapping Warner Bros. by leaping from the Silver Age to the Modern Era of comics, and will audiences follow along? And will Sony actually let Marvel Studios put Spider-Man in their movies, or will that be a sign of utter defeat for the studio that currently owns the rights to the wall-crawler? And will the sad fate of Captain America in the comics befall Chris Evans in Captain America 3?

Related: ‘Captain America 3’ Will Kick Off ‘Civil War’

All the answers to the week’s biggest questions await you. Join William Bibbiani (CraveOnline), Silas Lesnick (Coming Soon) and Jenna Busch (Legion of Leia) as they decode the trendiest trending topics and give it to you straight. Let’s separate the truth from the hype, and get to the heart of what you really crave. 

Follow us on Twitter at @WilliamBibbiani, @SilasLesnick and @JennaBusch, and tweet us at #MostCraved with your take on the week’s most important entertainment news. Who should replace Captain America? Which Green Lantern should star in the reboot? And most importantly, whose side are you on: Iron Man’s or Captain America’s, Warner Bros.’ or Marvel Studios’?