We didn’t know how big it would be, but when news broke that Stellan Skarsgård was returning for Joss Whedon‘s first Avengers film, we knew it was a big deal. Skarsgård’s character, Dr. Erik Selvig, appeared in the Thor post-credit scene and was a key piece in Loki’s plan to take over Earth. The question now is, if he comes back for Avengers: Age of Ultron, would it be for a story role that is equally as important?
We’ll find out soon, because in a new interview Skarsgård confirmed that he is indeed coming back for the May 1, 2015 sequel. Read the Stellan Skarsgard Avengers: Age of Ultron news below. Read More »
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Posted on Thursday, August 7th, 2014 by Angie Han
We’ve been waiting 27 months for Avengers: Age of Ultron, and we’ve still got another nine months to go. For director Joss Whedon and his cast and crew, however, this week marked a very important milestone for the highly anticipated sequel.
On Twitter, Whedon announced that production has finally wrapped on Avengers: Age of Ultron, after nearly six months. Hit the jump to see his end-of-shooting photo and reaction.
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You may wonder why people sleep on concrete overnight at San Diego Comic-Con to see Marvel’s Hall H panel every year. You can find a small answer below. Besides the awesome news and huge stars Marvel parades across the stage, the studio is all about theatrics. The lights go down, a video comes up, and 6,500 people have no idea what’s about to play. In 2014, it was a retrospective sizzle reel to set up what’s about to happen. Marvel played a five-plus minute retrospective to pump up the fans and pass the torch to this weekend’s Marvel film, Guardians of the Galaxy.
We can’t duplicate the electricity of 6,500 people clapping and cheering in unison, or the fatigue and stench that results from the long wait to get in to Hall H. But you can watch the Marvel Comic Con sizzle reel below. Read More »
The instant Marvel Studios confirmed they were making a Guardians of the Galaxy movie, we all saw into the future. This new super team would eventually meet that other super team, The Avengers. How and when was the bigger question but with Guardians of the Galaxy finally hitting theaters this weekend, we at least now know it’s in the works.
In a new interview, Guardians of the Galaxy one and two writer/director James Gunn said he knows the plan for the eventual crossover but teased that it might not be a full compliment of team members on either side. Read the Avengers Guardians of the Galaxy crossover quotes below. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, July 31st, 2014 by Angie Han
The Marvel supervillain Thanos was first teased in the post-credits sequence for The Avengers, and his influence is felt in this weekend’s Guardians of the Galaxy. But it’ll be a while before we really get to know him better.
Kevin Feige confirmed that the Mad Titan is “not a part” of Avengers: Age of Ultron — though in typically coy fashion, he admits “nothing’s definitive” at this point. Hit the jump for details.
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Want a closer look at Captain America’s shield in Avengers: Age of Ultron? Will you be able to see the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Comic Con footage online? What kind of videos can you find about Guardians of the Galaxy and more at the Marvel Youtube? Have Mark Ruffalo and Lou Ferrigno ever met? Did the Deadpool creator have good stuff to say about the leaked footage? Was one of Ultron’s drones hidden at Comic-Con? How many things are wrong with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Why did Spider-Man get arrested in New York City? Read about all this and more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
Superhero Bits is back and it’s chock full of Comic-Con goodies! What up with that Deadpool footage that leaked recently? Have Peyton Reed and Edgar Wright exchanged e-mails about Ant-Man? Will Guillermo del Toro‘s Dark Universe link with Batman v Superman? Want to watch new trailer for Gotham and The Flash? Did James Gunn shoot the tag scene on Guardians of the Galaxy? How does Mark Hamill look in Kingsman: The Secret Service? Do we know what Thing looks like in Fantastic Four? Read about all this an much more in today’s Superhero Bits. Read More »
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Just having gotten home from San Diego, I’m not sure which film excited me the most at 2014 San Diego Comic Con International. Mad Max: Fury Road was definitely the biggest surprise in terms of footage. Avengers: Age of Ultron and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice owned the majority of my conversations. While the Marvel footage was as expected, it was great. The Batman v Superman footage showed us a big screen Batman that we’ve never seen before and the Wonder Woman first look photo had everyone talked, in the hall and online. So which movies had the online community talking the most? General Sentiment, a social media analysis firm, has sent me their findings. See a list of the highest 2014 Comic Con buzz after the jump.
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