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Have you been just itching to see more footage from Joss Whedon’s The Avengers: Age of Ultron? Of course you have! Fortunately, Marvel has delivered just that in the form of a brand new trailer:
While we likely won’t be getting answers to every inquiry that’s plaguing our thoughts (they have to save some stuff for the actual film!), we’re hoping that the new Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer can at least provide a few big answers. Such as…
The Guardians of the Galaxy comparison is significant for Ant-Man for two reasons. One, James Gunn’s film went on to become the highest-grossing domestic release of 2014, amassing $333 million in theaters last year. But Guardians also marked Marvel branching away from the household names of The Hulk and Iron Man, introducing a new team of B-level heroes.
It would seem that Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: Civil War is going to be no ordinary solo film for Marvel Studios. Not only will the movie see Chris Evans' Cap and Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man face off over superhero rights, but apparently there will be a bit of globetrotting involved.
Marvel Studios certainly has an interesting year ahead of it in 2015. The Avengers: Age of Ultron is unquestionably one of the most anticipated blockbusters of the year and is expected to break all kinds of box office records… and then there’s Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man.
As exciting as it is that Captain America 3 will be an adaptation of the comic book crossover Civil War, it does present an interesting conundrum for Marvel. After all, that particular storyline heavily involved costumed heroes working to protect their secret identities, and at this point there aren’t many heroes in the MCU whose real names are mysteries to the world populace.
Guardians of the Galaxy director and screenwriter James Gunn deserves a big round of applause. Not only was his Marvel movie about an obscure comic book team one of the biggest of the year, it was also recently nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay by the Writers Guild of America, something Gunn was floored by. It turns out he had a good reason for his surprise.
After weeks of nothing on the preview front, Marvel has finally released some new footage from The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Get the descriptions of the scenes here.
Guardians of the Galaxy has already earned heaps of praise and accolades over the past six months, but today it an impressive award nomination from this organization.
According to a press release that accompanied the trailer, Edgar Wright is being credited as an executive producer on Ant-Man. He also receives a “Story By” credit. But Wright’s name does not appear as a screenwriter alongside Paul Rudd and Adam McKay, despite him spending years developing the material.
Now that you’ve watched the new Ant-Man trailer, here are the five questions that should be on your mind after absorbing all the superhero goodness.
After whetting fans’ appetites with both an insect-sized clip and a human-sized teaser, Marvel has finally unleashed the full trailer for Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man, a Phase Two movie that will introduce Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas and Evangeline Lilly to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Are you ready to get you Ant on?
If it weren’t for pesky legalities, James Gunn might have included several obscure cosmic characters in Guardians of the Galaxy. Yes, even more obscure than the team itself.
The Ant-Man joke was funny. And it probably works better on people who weren’t already fired up for the upcoming solo Marvel feature. Then, there are the rest of us who have been tracking every stage of the movie’s development.
When it comes to Avengers 2, we’ll take any little morsel of information we can get, even it comes in the form of the most obscure movie still. And that’s just what today brings. Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans reassemble as Thor, Iron Man and Captain America in a new look at the highly anticipated sequel.
Benedict Cumberbatch has hinted that en element of the Doctor Strange story will not only be crucial to the film’s story, but change the entire MCU as we know it.
It’s hard to imagine there being any downfalls to working a Marvel movie. But, as an actor, pinning your name to one of their movies, comes more commitment and responsibility.
There’s been an ongoing debate of whether or not The Amazing Spider-Man 3 is actually going to happen, but a recent casting call may divulge the answer.
After Marvel teased us with an ant-sized trailer teaser, they finally caved and now have given us a look at the full, human-sized version of the clip.
We've been dying to see the first Ant-Man trailer, and now we have some good news! Our first look at it has arrived online. The bad news, though, is that you'll have to squint -- really squint -- to make out any of it.
What could we possibly see in this new Avengers trailer that we haven’t yet been shown? Plenty, actually. Whedon’s movie promises to be larger in scope than his original The Avengers, mainly because he has an entire Phase Three he needs to help set up.
It seems that with each year that passes, Emily Blunt’s profile increases. The actress starred in three films in 2014, two of which were major blockbusters, so it’s no surprise that the her name frequently pops up on fan casts for superhero movies.
A lot can change between storyboarding a movie scene and what audiences see as the final product. In the case of Iron Man 3, one character’s death scene happened a different way in the planning stages.
Even though 2015 doesn’t have as many comic book movies coming out, there’s still plenty of exciting news and revelations that will come out. Check out the superhero movie questions that we think will be answered over the next 12 months.
The tricky thing with ensemble films is giving each character the appropriate amount of screen time. With The Avengers: Age of Ultron, when it comes to two of the main characters, they may not be as important as originally implied.