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 »
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 »
In the early 2000s, who could have foreseen the fact that Anthony and Joe Russo would one day become the directors of some of the biggest films of all time? The Avengers: Infinity War filmmakers are expanding their producing efforts for television, and one of their new projects is a Quantum and Woody TV series, an adaptation of the Valiant comic of the same name. After a quiet development process, the project has found a home at TBS. Read more about it below. Read More »
Avengers: Infinity War may have been just dethroned from the top of the box office by Deadpool 2, but fans are still talking about the Marvel Studios sequel. That includes sending questions to director James Gunn, since he was consulted about how the Guardians of the Galaxy were utilized throughout the movie. One question has been thrown his way a number of times, and he wanted to make sure everyone got the answer.
When the Guardians of the Galaxy are introduced in Avengers: Infinity War, they’re flying across space to answer a distress call. While the rest of the movie only uses Alan Silvestri’s score, this particular sequence starts off with the crew listening to “Rubberband Man” by The Spinners from the Zune that Star-Lord was given at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. But there were a few other options that could have been used for this sequence. Read More »
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Anthony and Joe Russo are coming off one of the biggest movies in history with Avengers: Infinity War, and now the brothers are tackling another comic book adaptation – this time for the small screen. They’re executive producing the popular comic Deadly Class for Syfy, and now the first Deadly Class trailer has arrived to show off this “twisted coming of age story.” Check it out below.
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In the Avengers: Age of Ultron credits scene, an increasingly-impatient Thanos (Josh Brolin) opens a vault, reaches in, grabs a stone-less gauntlet, and says, “Fine. I’ll do it myself.” But in an interview with Avengers: Infinity War writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, they intimated that they weren’t going to deal with the ramifications of that scene.
“Not our movie,” McFeely said, referring to Age of Ultron. Markus then chimed in: “And we’ve all sat there and went, “What the hell is he talking about? Where was he when he did that?'”
Now Infinity War directors Anthony and Joe Russo have commented about how the Age of Ultron credits scene aligns with the events of Infinity War. And just like with real estate, it’s all about location, location, location.
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