Superhero Bits: Man of Steel, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Iron Man 3, The Avengers, Superman Flyby
Posted on Monday, April 15th, 2013 by Germain Lussier
Want to hear the screenwriters of Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Thor: The Dark World talk about those movies? How about hear a few snippets of the Iron Man 3 score? Does Joss Whedon think Avengers 2 will be a challenge? How big is Anthony Mackie‘s role in Captain America: The Winter Soldier? What did a reader find when he snuck on set of the film? Have storyboards from Superman: Flyby made their way online? Which superhero film won Movie of the Year at the MTV Movie Awards? Has the Man of Steel viral campaign hit the outdoors? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits.
Collider spoke to screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely for thirty minutes about their upcoming films, Thor: The Dark World and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Watch that info-filled video above.
Speaking to Total Film (via Comic Book Movie), Joss Whedon calls Avengers 2 a “glorious challenge:”
There is a certain level of safety – because now people know about The Avengers and they like the characters so it probably won’t completely crash and burn. But you don’t want to just get by and do something that is merely OK. If I am going to dedicate three years of my short life to this then I want to do something that I have never done before. So I think of The Avengers 2 as a glorious challenge – it is a sequel, yes, but how can it be different? Of course, the pressure that I don’t feel, my body internalises. It happens all the time. I was comfortable making the first Avengers, but I didn’t sleep during it.
The Avengers won best picture at the MTV Movie Awards.
/Film reader Daniel M snuck onto the set of Captain America: The Winter Soldier in the San Fernando Valley, and guess what he found in a trailer?
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