Superhero films enter new era

DC and Marvel have started to experiment with a new formula that continues to thrill moviegoers

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Superhero films enter new era

Sebastian Stan, pictured here at the 2015 Toronto Film Festival, stars as the Winter Soldier in

Sebastian Stan, pictured here at the 2015 Toronto Film Festival, stars as the Winter Soldier in "Captain America: Civil War." Released in May, "Civil War" is the latest in a new trend of Marvel films.

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Sebastian Stan, pictured here at the 2015 Toronto Film Festival, stars as the Winter Soldier in "Captain America: Civil War." Released in May, "Civil War" is the latest in a new trend of Marvel films.

Courtesy of GabboT (Flickr)

Courtesy of GabboT (Flickr)

Sebastian Stan, pictured here at the 2015 Toronto Film Festival, stars as the Winter Soldier in "Captain America: Civil War." Released in May, "Civil War" is the latest in a new trend of Marvel films.

Trent Baze and Christian A. Ramos

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DC Comics and Marvel Films continue to flood theaters with hero- and villain-inspired films, but are tinkering with an already-successful formula and still bringing in billions in revenue. Trent Baze and Christian A. Ramos report for Northeast Valley News.

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