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Captain America: The Winter Soldier directors confessed that Jeremy Renner was initially supposed to have a pretty thrilling part to play in the sequel. However, it's one that not even the DVD release will show you, though a commentary track alludes to it.
As we transition from the summer season to the fall, our minds start to drift away from blockbusters like Guardians and on to the annual awards race. But why do they have to exist separately? Can’t we keep talking about Guardians of the Galaxy as we talk about Oscar contenders?
We have been hearing that the menacing Ultron will have to travel to Black Panther’s home land of Wakanda to pick up valuable resources in Joss Whedon’s sequel. But it’s unclear if an actor will have been cast to play the hero T’Challa in a Marvel movie for this potential cameo.
In this story, a moviegoer talks about how their autistic younger brother identified with Drax The Destroyer. As part of his condition, he cannot comprehend metaphors; much like Drax's literal mindedness in Guardians Of The Galaxy.
Though Marvel and Disney have formed a lucrative partnership, then former has been dominating the superhero genre thanks to movies like Guardians of the Galaxy and Captain America: The Winter Soldier Disney’s animation arm is trying to close the gap a tad with the release of the heroic Big Hero 6 this November.
Needless to say, we had a lot to talk about with the Russos, from Captain America: The Winter Soldier to Marvel’s plans for Captain America 3 and beyond.
Guardians Of The Galaxy almost looked entirely different when it cam to certain characters. Yet if we were to name one character that'd take the cake in the concept department, it be Gamora.
Just when you thought you'd seen all of the easter eggs from Captain America:The Winter Soldier, more have surfaced connecting within and outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. See if you can spot Joss Whedon amongs the easter eggs, bonus points if you do so without reading the subtitles.
Marvel considered some wilder designs for Guardians of the Galaxy's Nebula. One featured weird spikey, hair-like things coming out of the back of her head and a headpiece which looked a lot like Beats by Dre.
Once upon a time, we may have been amused simply by watching celebrities dump water on themselves in honor of ALS research, but a few weeks and thousands of videos later, it now takes something a little more outside the box to really get our attentions.
Today, a rumor circulated that Hawkeye might find his way into Captain America 3 when that movie reaches theaters in May 2016. But Joe and Anthony Russo told me, personally, not to stop there.
Game of Thrones' helmer Neil Marshall is hot to helm a Black Widow movie. In an engaging interview, Marshall was asked if he'd be interested in taking on a superheroine movie. At first, he was cautious in his consideration...
In an exclusive interview with the Russos today, they told me the shift was inevitable… and ultimately great for fans. “We knew when they announced that it was somewhat of a placeholder, that it was a game of chicken to see if Marvel really had a film that was going to land on that date or not,” Joe Russo explained
If we were to guess, that photo takes place during a scene that we have seen in set photos, where Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) teams with Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) to stop Ultron and save a building filled with innocent people.
Every Marvel movie takes the time to incorporate tie-ins to the older movies. More than winks, they’re typically pieces of real character development that help the larger universe feel like a living, breathing place. That Ant-Man would include these nods is no shock, but it turns out one of those Easter Eggs might represent something far more important.