As Samuel L. Jackson reacts to Vin Diesel possibly playing the villain, he and his Avengers co-stars Chris Evans & Scarlett Johansson learn of the sequel's official Age of Ultron subtitle in video interviews!
Whedon spilled the beans that Hank Pym isn't going to be in The Avengers: Age of Ultron. Pandemonium and chaos are ensuing among Marvel fans! But should we really be panicking? Here are just some of my thoughts for any sceptical thinkers out there!
Speculations about orgins of the mechanic-menace in future MCU
Ultron was a mysterious character in his first appearance in the comics. Read how he was a prominent character when the audience did not know who his creator was. Read about Ultron and his history and how Hank Pym may not be needed in Avengers 2: Age of Ultron.
The Captain America: The Winter Soldier directors say their film has a "very strong hand off to 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'." Kevin Feige calls "Winter Soldier" the biggest bridge of all the Phase 2 films.
Joss Whedon confirms that the movie shares only a title with the comic book event, and will instead be a totally original story. However, it WON'T feature Hank Pym and it sounds as if he will be a creation of Iron Man's! Hawkeye is also set to have a much larger role in the "global" sequel. Now with video!
While he doesn't share any details on the titular villain of The Avengers: Age of Ultron, writer and director Joss Whedon does reveal which female superheroes he would like to bring to the big screen. Unfortunately, it doesn't sound as if he's a huge fan of Captain Marvel!
Thanos, who? Marvel Studios brought Joss Whedon out on stage for one final reveal at their San Diego Comic-Con panel and he showed a brief teaser which not only included a first look at Ultron, but also the title of the sequel; The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
It seems Marvel doesn't plan on addressing during its Comic-Con panel that both X-Men: Days of Future Past and The Avengers sequel will feature Quicksilver, despite the panels being back-to-back.
To get you ready for Marvel’s Comic-Con craze (while it seems as though DC has already stole the show), JasonBourneCBM thinks that the MCU has clandestinely spilled the beans on the future of the Marvel Phase 2 franchises. ***WARNING SPOILERS!!!***
MTV News chats with Vin Diesel about his upcoming Riddick film and his potential involvement with the MCU. However, the Fast and Furious star gives us a hint as to what his role may be in an upcoming Marvel film. Check out the video below to see who Diesel could be playing in an upcoming Marvel film.
Nothing too surprising here, but Edgar Wright has talked briefly about meeting with Joss Whedon to make sure Ant-Man fits into Marvel's future, hinting that the character will join The Avengers 3!
In between today's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. panel and tomorrow's Marvel panel, famed director Joss Whedon has his very own solo panel courtesy of Dark Horse comics. It's basically one big fan Q&A session so MCU topics dominated the discussion.
Following its praised premiere at Comic-Con today, the first clip from the new Marvel One-Shot, Agent Carter, has been released featuring 'Peggy Carter' star Hayley Atwell. Check it out after the jump!
Hinting that last month's 'early talks' have become a finalized deal, Godzilla star Aaron Taylor-Johnson has talked a bit about joining Marvel's The Avengers 2, filling the role of Quicksilver! Check it out!
But when exactly will it be revealed? Talking at the Riddick panel just minutes ago, the Fast & Furious star has confirmed that big news is on its way and reveals when exactly we should expect to find out about it. Hit the jump for details! Now with video!
There seems to be a sizable contingent of fans that want the rights of certain Marvel characters currently owned by Sony and Fox to revert back to Marvel Studios. What…are you nuts?
Marvel co-president and director of the Item 47 and Agent Carter "One-Shots" Louis D'Esposito talks here about the characters who have previously been considered for the short movies and those that may be chosen in the near future. Check it out!
An editorial on why I believe that Marvel Studios, Sony, and Fox should cooperate (like Hugh Jackman wants) to create and share future Marvel films. I think we should have Iron Man, Spider-Man, Wolverine, Cyclops, Captain America and more together on the big screen for all fans to enjoy.
What's the latest Marvel news headed into SDCC '13?