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There’s a new Ant-Man poster, and unlike the schlocky collage that made up the last one-sheet, this new image is more interesting. Ant-Man himself is the center of the shot, but it’s the edges of the frame that get my attention. That’s where we see a hail of bullets flying toward the little guy as he rides an ant, which seems like a pretty good promise of an action sequence in the final film. Check out the shot below. Read More »
Want to see new images from Ant-Man? How much comic book reference do the X-Men movie use? Has Frank Grillo finished filming Captain America: Civil War? Will there be a documentary about the George Miller Justice League movie? What did Michael B. Jordan say about the race issue of Fantastic Four? Would Emma Stone play Spider-Gwen? Is George Clooney still apologizing for Batman & Robin? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Is that really David Letterman on the cover of The Avengers? Which tiny superhero is now on the set of Captain America: Civil War? How does Killer Croc and Scott Eastwood‘s character look on the set of Suicide Squad? Did a real life Captain America do something heroic? What would a Rick Baker designed Joker look like? Could Matthew McConaughey be involved in Spider-Man? Who are the most violent Marvel Comics superheroes? Want to read about the end of The Flash season 1? And what does the creator of Harley Quinn think about the movie version? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
There’s no doubt that we cover more than a fair share of news surrounding Marvel Studios and their ever-growing cinematic universe. The hype for these movies often begins on the internet as that’s where all the rumors starts and spread like wildfire, and it’s a large part of creating buzz and anticipation for the comic book blockbusters. Now the folks who come up with those amusing videos saying how films like Guardians of the Galaxy should have ended have chimed in with The Five Stages of Watching a Marvel Movie. Watch the video after the jump! Read More »
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Posted on Wednesday, May 6th, 2015 by Angie Han
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 »
When a movie goes through as much public turmoil as Marvel’s Ant-Man, it’s always mysterious how the credits are going to end up. Originally, when Edgar Wright was going to direct, the screenplay was by Wright and Joe Cornish. But when Wright left and Peyton Reed came on to direct, Adam McKay and Paul Rudd – also the film’s star – took over scripting duties.
Now, with the film a mere few months from release, all that legal stuff has been handled and all four men are going to get credit. Read the full Ant-Man writing credits below. Read More »
Two new clips have arrived for Marvel’s summer movies, and each one has a revelation of sorts. One, from Avengers: Age of Ultron, shows the arrival of Vision, the new character played by Paul Bettany. As a bonus, it has narration of sorts from the actor, as he presented the clip during a TV interview appearance. The other, from Ant-Man, shows Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) breaking into a safe that contains a surprising set of objects.
Check out the Ant-Man clip and Age of Ultron footage below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015 by Angie Han
Marvel loves burying Easter eggs in their movies. Sometimes they turn out to be set-up for future films, but often they’re just fun little gags. Falling into the latter category is this genius Star Wars reference, which has managed to make it into every single Phase Two film. Find out what the Marvel Phase Two Star Wars Easter egg is after the jump.
Be warned that spoilers lie ahead for Marvel Phase Two, including minor implied spoilers for Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man.
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