Infinity War IMAX

When your conflict has “infinity” in the title, you’ve got to go big, and that’s what Joe and Anthony Russo will do when they shoot both parts of Avengers: Infinity War starting in 2016. We know the brothers are using a new digital 2D IMAX camera for about 15 minutes of footage in Captain America: Civil War, which officially began production this week in Atlanta. Now they’ll use that new system for the entirety of the next two parts of the Avengers saga. Get some Infinity War IMAX quotes below.  Read More »

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Emily VanCamp Joins Captain America Civil War

The cast of Captain America: Civil War just keeps getting bigger. While the biggest addition to the third film in Captain America’s film franchise is undoubtedly Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark facing off against Chris Evans as Steve Rogers, there’s plenty of other familiar faces from the rest of the Marvel cinematic universe involved in the film. Now one more has entered — or re-entered — the fray as Emily VanCamp joins Captain America: Civil War, reprising her role from Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Could this film finally give us the true identity of this S.H.I.E.L.D. agent? Read More »

Avengers Age of Ultron Easter Eggs

Now that the latest installment of Marvel’s cinematic universe has hit theaters, it’s time to dive into some Avengers: Age of Ultron easter eggs. Starting with Iron Man back in 2008, Marvel Studios has always included some nice nods and references to the comic book history of these superheroes being brought to the big screen. In addition, they’ve also included plenty of threads and set-up for future movies coming down the road. This may have been done a little too much in Age of Ultron, and now we have a video that runs through many of those Avengers Age of Ultron easter eggs, including some you might have missed.

Some spoilers follow for Avengers: Age of Ultron and other Marvel movies. Read More »

Tom Hardy as The Punisher

Everyone is still talking about The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Whether it’s Hulk’s best scene being cut out of the film or an abandoned subplot with Thor getting axed, there’s a lot to talk about regarding the Marvel Studios sequel. And while the chatter surrounding the Netflix series Daredevil has subsided, there are still fans eagerly awaiting the second season of the show who hope to see the forthcoming assembly of The Defenders take on another familiar Marvel character.

The Punisher is a force to be reckoned with in Marvel comics, and fans hope to see him battle Daredevil and The Defenders eventually. Undoubtedly, that would be a cool development. But even cooler is the prospect of seeing Tom Hardy as The Punisher. And it’s not entirely out of the question, because the actor just revealed that he would love to play the vigilante for Marvel. Read More »

Ant-Man Paul Rudd Shower

There are a lot of things that Marvel Studios does really, really well. Innovative poster design, however, is not one of them. The new Ant-Man poster isn’t terrible, exactly, just very very boring. It’s so boring, even the people on it look bored. If you’ve seen all the other Marvel posters, you’ll already know just what to expect. Check it out after the jump.  Read More »

Quicksilver MCU future

Avengers: Age of Ultron brought several new characters into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But as of now, it isn’t entirely clear where all of those characters are headed next. In a pair of new interviews, actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson and director Joss Whedon discuss possible future plans for one of those newbies, speed demon Quicksilver.

Read their comments on potential Quicksilver MCU future plans after the jump. But do be warned that spoilers follow for Avengers: Age of UltronRead More »

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Shortly after Avengers: Age of Ultron hit theaters, director Joss Whedon quit Twitter. He didn’t give an official explanation at the time, which only opened the door to speculation. One especially popular theory was that Whedon was driven off by angry feminists, who’d taken issue with his portrayal of Black Widow.

But Whedon has finally spoken up to set the record straight, declaring that explanation to be “horseshit.” Instead, he offers a much less exciting justification for his decision. Read the Joss Whedon Twitter exit comments after the jump.  Read More »

Spider-Man header

Now that Avengers: Age of Ultron has landed safely in theaters, it’s time to look ahead toward Phase Three. One of the biggest developments coming our way is the introduction of a new Spider-Man, who already has a solo film set for 2017. And it seems Marvel and Sony are just about ready to step forward with a new director.

According to a new report, names on the Spider-Man director short list include Jonathan Levine (50/50), Ted Melfi (St. Vincent), Jason Moore (Pitch Perfect), Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite), and John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein (the Vacation rebootquel). Get all the latest on the Spider-Man director after the jump.  Read More »

Grey Hulk in Avengers Age of Ultron

Just yesterday, we learned that director Joss Whedon ended up cutting what would have been Hulk’s best scene from The Avengers: Age of Ultron. While we don’t know what the scene entailed for sure, there’s a chance it could pop up in another Marvel film sometime down the road. However, it turns out another change to the big guy was also planned for the Marvel sequel. The original plan was for one of the major action sequences to have Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) become Grey Hulk in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Read More »