With Marvel Studios gearing up to begin shooting 'Iron Man 3' in a few weeks, one of the biggest questions regarding the film has been whether Scarlett Johansson would return as Black Widow. Well, the actress has now ended the speculation.
With the buzz around Marvel's 'The Avengers' reaching a fever pitch and the first reviews starting to hit ahead of the film's May 4th release (all positive, from what we've seen so far), now might be a good time to reflect back on some of the many...
Last we heard, Marvel Studios had narrowed its choices to direct 'Captain America 2' down to three. Well, now they're down to two, as one of those filmmakers has apparently bowed out of the race to pursue another project.
It's reasonable to assume that Disney's purchase of Marvel Studios three years ago -- with Pixar also under the Disney umbrella -- could eventually lead to a Marvel animated movie. The idea has been strenuously denied for a while...but there are hints it may happening after all.
Superhero fans, assemble! Marvel Studios is looking to hook you up with a screening of their new superhero filled movie 'The Avengers' three weeks before it hits theaters and yes, there is a way that you can get into one of these screenings.
Enough talk, it's time to see some more action in the brand new television spot for Joss Whedon's 'The Avengers.' Fans were already giddy with anticipation over seeing the Hulk grab Iron Man in the air and stop his fall by tearing into the side of a building. Now you'll be wanting to tear out your computer monitor due to pure fanboy/girl excitement when you see what the Hulk does to one of the aliens in this new trailer.
Easily one of the biggest surprise hits to come out during the summer of last year was 'Captain America: The First Avenger.' There wasn't a crazy amount of excitement building from the Marvel fan base like there was for other properties like 'Iron Man,' but once that teaser trailer hit during the Super Bowl, everyone was floored. $368 million dollars later, we're in the middle of Marvel's hunt for a director to take on the sequel. So who is Marvel looking at to lead their sequel?
We’re getting closer to the opening of Joss Whedon’s ‘The Avengers,’ which kick starts 2012’s summer blockbuster season by bringing together Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) for a super-powered adventure that’s sure to raise the bar for future Marvel movies.