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Posted on Wednesday, December 11th, 2013 by Angie Han
Marvel’s Ant-Man strays from Edgar Wright‘s usual M.O. in a couple of ways, but one that Wright says is a particular “challenge” is its more family-friendly sensibility. While his filmography doesn’t seem particularly brutal or violent, each of his Cornetto movies have earned an R rating from the MPAA, whereas Ant-Man is expected to be PG-13.
It also, unlike Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, or The World’s End, doesn’t star Simon Pegg or Nick Frost — something the pair seem OK with. Pegg even joked that he’d “advise strongly against” Wright asking him to be in the film. Hit the jump to read the trio’s comments on Wright’s upcoming superhero film.
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Posted on Wednesday, November 20th, 2013 by Angie Han
Ant-Man isn’t as big a name as some of the other superheroes who’ve made it to the screen lately, perhaps because even as superpowers go, his ability (he can shrink in size without losing his strength) is kind of odd. Nevertheless, Edgar Wright is confident that he can make the character shine in his new movie.
In a recent interview, the director asserted that “people will be surprised” by Ant-Man, even as he acknowledges that those who are unfamiliar with the character may not “get” him right off the bat. Hit the jump to read his comments.
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This week should have been dubbed “Kevin Feige Week” on the blogosphere. Fresh from the Thor: The Dark World press tour, the president of Marvel Studios is answering – and teasing – all kinds of things about the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including Phase 2, Phase 3, the TV spin-offs and much more. What’s crazy at point though, Feige has done so much press, it’s got to a point where he’s now answer questions about answers he gave earlier in the week, such as our exclusive quotes concerning Ultron.
Below, we have a selection of quotes from the Marvel Studios president discussing the recent Ben Kingsley news, rumored Ant-Man casting, Avengers: Age of Ultron details, more Iron Man films, a Hulk solo movie and much, much more. Read More »
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Sites like this can talk and talk and confirm and confirm movies in the pipeline, but it’s something else entirely to hear it from the man who makes it all happen. Below, you have a chance to watch Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige talk about both Edgar Wright‘s Ant-Man, the first film of Marvel’s Phase 3, and confirm they’re developing a Black Panther movie.
The most interesting nugget regarding Ant-Man is Feige describes it as a “heist film,” a story structure Marvel Studios has yet to explore. He also says casting should be announced before the end of the year. Check out the videos below. Read More »