One of the big surprises of Marvel’s Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con back in July was the presence of director Edgar Wright, who was brought on stage to introduce test footage he shot of a potential Ant-Man movie. The funny part is that Wright never confirmed that he was actually making a movie, Marvel stayed mum on the topic, and the footage has yet to be seen by anyone outside of Hall H.
The footage still isn’t out there, but an artist calling himself Samurai Jack has put together a storyboard recreation of what he remembers from the footage to give people a visual idea of what was shown.
Back when Marvel revealed the official details of 'The Avengers' DVD and Blu-ray release, we knew tons of deleted scenes would be in store. We then got a taste of it when one piece of footage featuring Mark Ruffalo hit the Web, and we got a bit more time to peer into the Hulk's story line.
Now another 'Avengers' deleted scene, this time featuring Captain America, from the DVD and Blu-ray special features section has hit. So, what new scene did we miss out on in the theatrical version?
The only movie capable of giving 'The Dark Knight Rises' a run for its box office dollars was Joss Whedon's 'The Avengers,' and now it's available for you to own on DVD and Blu-ray! It was a superhero film like no other -- big-budget explosions, special effects galore and some of the coolest costumes ever to appear on the big screen. But what was even cooler was exactly how the creative team was able to reach the end product.
That's where these incredible behind-the-scenes movie photos come in. From Mark Ruffalo Hulking out to Captain America leaping off exploding cars, almost every scene begs fans to scour the internet and unearth as many details as to what happened off camera as possible. Now your search is over because we've already done the dirty work by bringing together some of the best behind-the-scenes photos from 'The Avengers' set. Check 'em out below, but trust us when we say there's many more to be seen in the special features section of 'The Avengers' DVD.
Who is the main villain in 'Iron Man 3'? That is the question, isn't it? For a while, we thought Mandarin, played by Ben Kingsley, would be the main bad guy. Then a report came out saying this Marvel character wouldn't be featured as much in the film as expected, leading us to believe Guy Pearce's Aldrich Killian would be the primary threat. But even that is no speculation as Pearce himself stated that his role is no more than a cameo.
So who will be giving Tony Stark the most trouble? Recently discovered evidence suggest it might be someone (or some people) we already know.
Ever since we were lucky enough to sit in on Marvel’s ‘Iron Man 3’ panel at Comic-Con 2012 in July, we’ve been waiting patiently for the studio to cut a trailer that boasts some of the spectacular footage shared in Hall H. So far, Mavel has been mum as director Shane Black continued to film his sequel with Robert Downey Jr. in Wilmington, NC. But we’re starting to hear rumblings of a potential trailer. When do you think we’ll see it?
All the non-comic book lovers were scratching their heads at the end of 'The Avengers' when an image of the Mad Titan Thanos popped up in a bonus scene after the credits. Now, this big guy is the only thing anyone's talking about when on the subject of 'The Avengers 2.' We all assumed that moment was Joss Whedon's unofficial statement that Thanos would be our new villain in the sequel, but has it been made official? And what about the upcoming 'Guardians of the Galaxy' movie? Will Thanos be in that too?
Things get a little tricky when some of your characters belong to another studio -- such is the case with Marvel Studios and Fox. Fox wants Joe Carnahan on the 'Daredevil' reboot, but those rights are going to run out soon. Solution: Fox and Marvel are discussing a trade that would give Silver Surfer and Galactus back to Marvel in exchange for more time with the blind superhero.