Captain America and Iron Man have been butting heads for years in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but in the most recent Avengers Endgame trailer, the heroes seem to have finally put their differences aside in the wake of Thanos’s devastating snap. “Do you trust me?” Tony Stark asks. “I do,” Steve Rogers responds, and the pair shake hands as dramatic music kicks in.
But according to directors Anthony and Joe Russo, that moment might not make the final cut of the movie.
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The majority of what unfolds in Avengers: Endgame is being kept under tight wraps at Marvel Studios, so much so that barely a few minutes of footage from the movie has been revealed. The amount of story details we know about the culmination of what is now being referred to as The Infinity Saga is staggeringly low, so we’ll take we can get when it comes to any details that make it through the cracks.
At this past weekend’s press junket, where press hadn’t seen the movie and the directors and cast couldn’t really talk about it, franchise star Chris Evans kinda, sorta, maybe gave us a slight hint as to what’s going on with Captain America. We already know that Avengers: Endgame marks the end of the actor’s deal at Marvel Studios, but it hasn’t been clear what that meant for his character. But today he opened the safe containing the secrets ever so slightly. Read More »
Say what you will about Avengers: Infinity War, but that film’s ending was one of the biggest movie moments of 2018 – a genuine shocker that destroyed half of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We expect that situation to be resolved in next month’s Avengers: Endgame, and co-director Joe Russo is now answering questions about the sequel’s tone, a film he says is “going to be a unique and singular experience in movie history.” Find out how Endgame will be different from Infinity War below. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, February 13th, 2019 by Fred Topel
During their summer Television Critics Association last year, Amazon announced a new series from Avengers: Infinity War directors Anthony and Joe Russo…and didn’t offer any information about it. Just having the Russo Brothers create a show was enough, and there were some hints that it would be international in multiple languages. Today, Amazon revealed more details about the Russo Brothers show – though still not a title. Here are three things we now know about the Russo Brothers’ new Amazon series. Read More »
Do you miss when movies were under two hours and you hadn’t lost half of your night to the black hole of the darkened movie theater? Well too bad, because according to the Russo Brothers, the directors of Avengers: Infinity War and the upcoming Avengers 4, the two-hour movie is dead. Huzzah.
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Get this man a shield — Chris Evans may not be totally done with Captain America. Though the Avengers: Infinity War actor had confirmed that he was hanging up the star-spangled suit for good after Avengers 4, directors Joe and Anthony Russo hint that this may not totally be the case.
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How long does it take to defeat Thanos? If director Joe Russo is to be believed, the answer might be three full hours.
That’s the current runtime of Avengers 4, next year’s Marvel Studios team-up that Russo is co-directing with his brother Anthony. In a new Q&A, Joe offered some updates about their progress on the massively-anticipated sequel. Will the film actually stay at the three hour mark? Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, September 19th, 2018 by Ben Pearson
Marvel Studios’ Avengers 4 title has been the subject of intense speculation for months, but this morning, directors Anthony and Joe Russo provided MCU fans with a whole new source of speculation in the form of a new photo with the caption, “Look hard.” Does this photo actually include a subliminal hint at the title of the new Avengers movie, or is it simply a case of the directors trolling everyone? Take a look below and judge for yourselves. Read More »
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Anthony and Joe Russo have probably made enough money directing three huge Marvel Studios movies that they never have to work again. But they’re in it for the love of the game, and they’ve started a new studio called AGBO that’s designed to develop new film and TV projects (among other forms of entertainment, like location-based immersion and VR). Next year’s Avengers 4 will mark their final film at Marvel Studios (at least for now), but the brothers have found their next directing gig: a new movie called Cherry that sounds like it has one hell of a story. Get the details below. Read More »
During her executive session for the Television Critics Association, Head of Amazon Studios, Jennifer Salke, addressed the fifth season of Transparent. But Amazon also took the time to talk about some of their new shows, such as a horror anthology series from Master of None co-star and writer Lena Waite, another anthology series from Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner, a new comedy series from The Office creator Greg Daniels and more. Read More »