BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Robert Downey Jr. is joining the fight for a Black Widow movie. But she's not the only Avenger he thinks deserves a shot in a solo adventure.
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...
The fact that Marvel was interested in developing the idea, with a female screenwriter, is encouraging. Throughout her fifty years at Marvel, the Black Widow has been a spy, an Avenger, a Champion, a representative of SHIELD, a Thunderbolt and a member of Heroes for Hire. She's been a legend and a traitor, a love interest for many of Marvel's prominent heroes, a killer and a fighter.
The Avengers 2 is being titled The Avengers: Age of Ultron. The sequel will add new superheroes to the returning group of Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America, Thor, Black Widow, and Hawkeye. Find out who those new superheroes are, and more, right here.
"Form over function?" That seems to be the question that major studios ask when adapting comic book properties on the bigscreen, deciding what is best in regards to costumes. Marvel’s gotten around that by stressing tactical suits that coincidentally have a bit of flair to them.
There are seemingly hundreds of tantalizing things to look forward to in Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: The Winter Soldier, from the epic-looking action sequences to cast additions like Anthony Mackie and Robert Redford, but the thing that I am truly most excited to see is the dynamic between Captain America (Chris Evans) and Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson).
Are you ready to assemble with Marvel’s The Avengers? Graphic artist Adam Levermore is. He went ahead and created a series of patriotic, WWII-inspired “recruitment” one-sheets for each of the main Avengers heroes, from Captain America to Thor and Iron Man.
Black Widow’s badassness had many of us—including Scarlett Johansson—crying out for a Black Widow/Hawkeye spin-off movie. And while there is no news on that front (yet?), The Avengers writer-director Joss Whedon has promised much more of her and Hawkeye in the much-anticipated sequel The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Now that The Avengers has rejuvenated the superhero genre all over again, there might be a renewed call to get the lasso-toting heroine onscreen. If they can pull it off, Wonder Woman would not only be the first great female superhero flick but also the perfect way to counter and capitalize on Marvel’s monster hit-- because there is no one better to tell the story of Diana, Princess of the Amazons
Most of the film footage in the featurette has popped up in TV spots and trailers. But we also get fresh insight from Johansson as well as her Iron Man 2 co-star Robert Downey Jr.
Before we leap to any conclusions, this casting call is clearly not written by the studio-- if it were, they probably wouldn't mention that Don Cheadle replaced Terrence Howard as Rhodey. But it does seem safe to assume they wouldn't name drop ScarJo in the opening paragraph if she wasn't set to return
As for the image, which I’m subtitling “Angry Faces,” it appears like the heroes are marching their way through S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters, because all of the guys in the background aren’t paying a bit of attention to the ultra-thin Cap (Chris Evans) and his cohorts as they march toward whatever badness Loki (Tom Hiddleston) has planned
Fans walking past the Marvel booth at San Diego Comic Con have been gushing over the latest posters by Ryan Meinerding and Charlie Wen, co-visual development supervisors for Marvel Studios. Just like last year, when booth representatives handed out illustrations by the two meant to promote Thor and Captain America, the duo created interlocking images coinciding with next year’s Avengers release.
At this point in the attempts of Marvel Studios to dominate every blockbuster we ever see for the rest of our lives, any character in their stable of superheroes has the potential to star in their own movie-- they've got no reason not to try with a formula that hasn't failed yet
Marvel apparently really likes making movies, and can you blame them? People love comic book movies and are happy to shill out the big bucks to go see them. At some point, however, we are going to reach a