I love the process of filmmaking and seeing eye on the wall footage from the making of big films. Today Hollywood doesn’t produce many behind the scenes documentaries in this style. Studios do release reels of b-roll footage to tv outlets at junkets to cut into those 4-minute on camera interviews. Over the years we’ve posted embeds of the raw video material on the site for everyone to enjoy.
After the jump you can watch 20 minutes of spliced footage from the set of The Avengers. There is some very enjoyable moments, watching Joss Whedon direct the cast, seeing Mark Ruffalo seeing models of himself as The Incredible Hulk for the first time, seeing Jeremy Renner and Chris Evans run around a stunt stage with plastic weapons learning their action sequence choreography, and much more. Unfortunately they don’t let us hear what is being said, but instead its all set to Alan Silvestri‘s score for the film.
Warning: The b-roll clips probably contain some behind the scenes footage of scenes and sequences being filmed that some of you would rather not see before seeing the film. I’m not sure I consider any of the footage “spoilers”, but you might. You have been warned.
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Want to see a sensual image of Catwoman from The Dark Knight Rises? How about a behind the scenes featurette on The Avengers? Which character did Joss Whedon force himself to cut from the film? What does Beyonce look like dressed as Spider-Man? Have props from Man of Steel revealed one of the film’s story lines? Does Brad Bird think The Incredibles can exist in the Marvel universe? How does one of the Man of Steel actors describe the film’s tone? Is Donald Glover happy about the influence he’s had on The Amazing Spider-Man? Read about all of this and more in today’s huge Superhero Bits. Read More »
In June 2011, Marvel invited a handfull of journalists to the set of The Avengers. /Film was a part of this amazing visit to Albuquerque Studios (which you can read about here). While on set we participated in round table interviews with the cast and crew of the film. After the jump you will be able to read our interview with Mark Ruffalo, who plays Bruce Banner and the Incredible Hulk in The Avengers
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In June 2011, Marvel invited a handfull of journalists to the set of The Avengers. /Film was lucky to be a part of this amazing 2-day visit to Albuquerque Studios. Over the next week we’ll be publishing transcripts of our full roundtable interviews with the cast and crew of the production. Later today you’ll find interviews with the creative team, writer/director Joss Whedon and producer/Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige.
After the jump you’ll find both parts of the video blogs I recorded with Steve from Collider chatting about the visit. This is where you can hear about our experiences on set with more of an opinionated spin. We have a set of 8 behind the scenes photos from production, four of which is exclusive to our visit. And finally, you’ll find a list of interesting bits that I learned on the trip — over 60 in all. They range from the script, to why Avengers didn’t shoot in 3D, to where this ties in with the previous stories, and even some updates on future Marvel movie and television productions.
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I’m hesitant to call the images in this post “Joss Whedon Porn” but I think I just did. Marvel has just released six images from behind the scenes of The Avengers, several featuring Joss Whedon interacting on set with stars such as Samuel L. Jackson, Mark Ruffalo and Chris Hemsworth. There’s even one of the writer/director himself, just hanging out with Captain America’s shield. The photographer knew what he was doing.
But that’s not all. You get a kick ass shot of Jeremy Renner‘s Hawkeye and even that cool Iron Man image you see above. I can almost not believe this film premieres in two weeks and opens on May 4. Read More »
The Avengers is so close you can almost taste it. Directed by Joss Whedon, the Disney/Marvel superhero team up is now less than a month away from its premiere and tickets are already on sale for midnight shows May 3-4. It’s hard to believe that after literally years of build up and anticipating five movies before it: Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger, the big pay off is finally upon us.
Promotion is in full swing, with new posters and toys being released on a daily basis, and Disney has just released twelve new promo shots from the film. You can check them out after the jump. Read More »
Normally, I’d save something like this for Superhero Bits but I have a feeling you are going to want to discuss this on its own. We finally have our first, in film, full frontal image of The Hulk in Joss Whedon‘s The Avengers and you can clearly see Mark Ruffalo under all those performance capture computer graphics. That’s not the picture above. The actual image is after the jump. Read More »
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In October, Marvel Studios dropped the first trailer for Joss Whedon‘s The Avengers, which stars Robert Downey, Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner and Samuel L. Jackson. Since then we’ve seen quite a few stills and a bit of extra footage, all of which promises a union of characters from the Captain America, Thor, and Iron Man films, and a lot of destruction in New York City as the city is attacked by the army of Loki (Tom Hiddleston).
The extended Super Bowl spot really doesn’t reveal too much — there is some new footage of each of the heroes, especially of the Hulk, but for those who want to know just what sort of army Loki has assembled, the shot that hits about thirty seconds into the spot will be the key image. Read More »