Posted on Friday, April 18th, 2014 by Angie Han
Joss Whedon‘s next movie as a director is about as mainstream and big-budget as movies get. But his next release as a writer is more Much Ado About Nothing than Avengers. Directed by Brin Hill, In Your Eyes follows two people (Zoe Kazan and Michael Stahl-David) who’ve never met and are separated by thousands of miles. Nevertheless, they share a metaphysical connection that neither of them can quite explain.
Tribeca Film Festival attendees will get to watch the full movie when it premieres this weekend, but the rest of the world can watch the opening scene right now. Watch the first In Your Eyes clip after the jump.
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Posted on Friday, March 28th, 2014 by Angie Han
Joss Whedon rained death and destruction down upon New York City in the first Avengers movie, with no apparent remorse. But Avengers: Age of Ultron hasn’t even started shooting yet in South Korea, and he’s already apologizing to the people of Seoul for blowing up their fair city.
Watch his video message, from the Avengers: Age of Ultron set, after the jump. Read More »
All actors will praise a script there’re about to do. That’s their job. They’re not going to crap on something that hasn’t even been made yet. But when an actor can be even a tad more reserved, that’s saying something. In a new interview, Robert Downey Jr. was precisely that in regards to Joss Whedon‘s script for Avengers: Age of Ultron. He had high praise for it, make no mistake, but he also called it “very ambitious” and hinted it’s going to be very difficult to get right. Read his quote below. Read More »
Brian Tyler is doing more work with Marvel Studios. The composer recently provided the scores for Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World. Now he will now provide the Avengers: Age of Ultron score. (Alan Silvestri scored The Avengers.) Read More »
Marvel revealed some concept art from Joss Whedon‘s Avengers: Age of Ultron during Tuesday’s ABC special. It includes Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Quicksilver, Elizabeth Olsen as Scarlet Witch, a battle between the Hulk and Tony Stark’s Hulkbuster armor, and more. Check out those images, and some new looks at Ant-Man and Guardians of the Galaxy, the images below. Read More »
(NOTE: That image above is not from Cap 2, it’s from The Avengers.)
When Captain America: The Winter Soldier hits theaters April 4, be on the look out for Tony Stark’s Avengers Tower. As a hidden Easter Egg.
At the end of The Avengers, the Stark Tower was decimated, leaving only the “A” as a tease of what’s to come. There was also a brief scene where Stark is clearly seen working on an Avengers Tower. In Iron Man 3, Stark never visits New York as he’s plenty busy in California, Tennessee and Florida but that doesn’t mean the tower hasn’t been under construction. Speaking to /Film, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige told us the completed tower makes a brief cameo in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Read More »
By now you know the drill. As a new Marvel movie is released, Kevin Feige gives us news on what’s coming up next. The biggest Marvel film on the horizon is Avengers: Age of Ultron, written and directed by Joss Whedon. So during the press junket for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, out April 4, questions about all kinds of thing in regards to the sequel were posed to Feige. Below you can read about the following:
- Hawkeye’s Phase Two whereabouts will be covered.
- Hulk and Hawkeye will have a bigger role.
- Agent Coulson could potentially appear.
- Whedon will not rewrite the script because of Scarlett Johansson’s pregnancy.
- Anthony Mackie’s Falcon won’t appear.
- Feige comments on Paul Bettany as Vision.
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By now, you’d think fans of Joss Whedon’s TV show Firefly would come to peace with the fact it’s over. Yes, the show was unceremoniously cancelled in 2002, but Whedon made an unlikely film version for the fans three years later. Since then, almost all its stars have gone on to bigger and better things. And Whedon is now delivering his pop-culture savvy, whip-smart dialogue on a much larger scale. Yet the fans, collectively known as Browncoats, still hold out hope for some kind of return.
With quotes like the following, who can blame them? Though there is nothing at any stage of development, Firefly producer-writer Tim Minear recently said he “would never foreclose the possibility” of a comeback, and suggested a “limited series” on Netflix or something could work. Read More »