Chris Evans Infinity War Interview

Continuing our interviews from the set of Avengers: Infinity War, today we present our roundtable with Chris Evans (Steve Rogers/Captain America) and Scarlett Johansson (Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow).

We talk to them about their roles in the Avengers team following Civil War, their relationship with each other, Steve’s relationship with Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), their feelings about Thanos, why the characters look so different from the last time we saw them, Natasha’s reunion with Bruce Banner, the emotional stakes of this third chapter in The Avengers franchise, and playing Captain America in a time of political divisiveness.

Read the full Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans Avengers Infinity War interview below.

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Infinity Stones

After years of lurking, Thanos is finally about to get serious about his quest to track down the Infinity Stones. On the set of Avengers: Infinity War, directors Anthony and Joe Russo told us just how important those Stones are to the upcoming movie’s plot. (Spoiler alert: they’re very important.)
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Guardians of the Galaxy Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War has a lot on its plate, not the least of which is uniting dozens of different characters who have appeared across the Marvel Cinematic Universe into one coherent storyline. That’s a difficult task, especially considering how tonally different some of these films have been. So how will directors Anthony and Joe Russo incorporate the Guardians of the Galaxy into the equation as they come face to face with the Avengers for the first time?

Read on to hear the directors explain how they handled the proper balance of ingredients in their Guardians of the Galaxy Infinity War cocktail. Read More »

avengers infinity war deaths

Reports of major Avengers: Infinity War deaths may not have been greatly exaggerated after all.

Marvel stars have remained tight-lipped on whether our favorite Marvel Cinematic Universe characters will bite the dust, but Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo have just hinted that the comic book movie will have a considerable body count.

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Marvel directors

The Russo Brothers aren’t the only filmmakers involved with Avengers: Infinity War. During a /Film Infinity War interview, the Russos confirmed that the mega-sequel will involve multiple creative voices from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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infinity war inspirations

Avengers: Infinity War directors Anthony and Joe Russo are revealing exciting new details about their highly-anticipated superhero sequel. In a new interview with /Film, the Russo Brothers divulge the surprising inspiration for Infinity War: ’90s crime movies. More on the duo’s Infinity War inspirations below.

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infinity war and civil war

It’s taken 10 years and 18 movies to get to Avengers: Infinity War. The culmination of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, Infinity War has the unenviable task of tying together dozens of storylines and 70-plus characters. But there are some Marvel movies that play a bigger role than others.

The last Marvel film to hit theaters was Black Panther — but the solo superhero movie has little to do with the rest of the MCU, residing in its own fantastic corner of the world. Instead, you’ll have to go back two years to find the movie that will have the biggest impact on Infinity WarCaptain America: Civil War.

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russo brothers infinity war interview

In June of 2017, we visited the set of Avengers: Infinity War and talked with the cast and crew of the epic Marvel film. Today, we are publishing our full roundtable interview with directors Joe and Anthony Russo, who have been on this journey since Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

The Russo Brothers tell us what the story is about, how the world has changed since Civil War, sorting timelines, cinematic inspirations, filming on IMAX cameras, balancing tone, the troubles with shooting the biggest ensemble movie of all time, crafting character-based action, James Gunn’s role in the production, their Fantastic Four dreams, collaborating with the other Marvel filmmakers, what to expect from Captain Marvel, how Infinity War will connect to Avengers 4, the possibility of death in this film, comic book inspirations, the evolution of the Guardians of the Galaxy, how the other marvel films connect to Infinity War and the importance of the Infinity Stones. Let’s dive in.

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Chadwick Boseman Mark Ruffalo Infinity War Interview

In June of 2017, I traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to visit the set of Avengers: Infinity War. We were on set for a scene featuring a bunch of Avengers arriving in Wakanda. We will be rolling out of coverage from the set over the next few weeks, but today, I bring you our roundtable interview with Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman and the Incredible Hulk himself, Mark Ruffalo.

The two stars tell us how they fit into the dynamic created by Thanos in this film, the evolution of the Hulk, his relationship with Black Widow, the changes in Black Panther’s suit, the differences from the comics, interacting with characters they haven’t encountered on screen before, why Wakanda plays a central role in this adventure, and much more. Below, read our full Chadwick Boseman Mark Ruffalo Infinity War interview.

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Rob Cohen interview

Director Rob Cohen has been shooting car chases, explosions, and shootouts for years now. The director behind xXx, The Fast and the Furious, and The Boy Next Door enters new territory with his latest, The Hurricane Heist, which has its shootouts and chases unfold during a category five hurricane that brings brothers, played by Toby Kebbell (A Monster Calls) and Ryan Kwanten (True Blood), together.

It’s an entirely self-aware disaster movie and exactly what a moviegoer would expect from something called The Hurricane Heist, which Cohen takes as a compliment. We recently spoke to Cohen about the challenges of making the effects-heavy film, defying physics, his thoughts on critics, the evolution of the Fast and Furious franchise, and more.

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