Marvel's big-screen future is murky beyond "Captain America 2," with a number of projects possibly on the horizon. Today brings new buzz about two of those possible films, while there are some potentially world-shattering Kryptonian happenings on the DC Comics side of the aisle as well.
Keep reading for the latest comic book movie rumor round-up.
» 1. The first of two Bleeding Cool scoops today focuses on "Ant-Man," director Edgar Wright's long-awaited adaptation of the not-even-pint-sized superhero. According to the site, "four separate people" have visited London comics shop Gosh Comics over the last three weeks seeking "lots of 'Ant Man' comics, in any condition." Gosh happens to be located near "all the major movie studio offices in London, as well as all the production companies that create special effects and the like." Whether or not that all adds up to actual movement on the "Ant-Man" movie front remains to be seen, but it's an intriguing possibility nonetheless.
» 2. BC also reports that Marvel has filed eleven new trademark applications for "Guardians of the Galaxy." Perhaps that pertains to the long-rumored film, or maybe it's related to "Avengers" comic book writer Brian Bendis' rumored "Guardians" comic. Only your gun-toting space-raccoon knows for sure.
» 3. Finally, some Superman rumors that are more powerful than a locomotive: according to Comic Book Movie, it seems that much of Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" will take place on Krypton. Not just any Krypton, either, but a war-torn version of the planet. "There are no details on exactly how much time will be spent on the planet or on the war its self, we are also told to be on the look out for other happenings there as well," CBM reports.
Again, all rumor and speculation for now, but interesting stuff all the same. Let us know what you think of the rumor round-up in the comments section below or on Twitter.