CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER And GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Set For 2014
Marvel have confirmed the Thor: The Dark World title and have said that the Russo Brothers will helm Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Edgar Wright has also shown off test footage for Ant-Man (description after the jump) while the roster of Guardians of the Galaxy has been revealed.
Marvel kicked off the panel by confirming that they currently have four films in active production. The first is of course Iron Man 3, which is halfway through production. The next is Thor: The Dark World, currently filming in London, and helmed by Alan Taylor (Game of Thrones). I guess that's pretty interesting, right? Well, hold on to your hats! The Russo Brothers have signed up to direct Captain America: The Winter Soldier, set to be released on 4/4/14. An image of Rocket Racoon was then shown and the Guardians of the Galaxy roster was confirmed as including him, Drax, Groot, Starlord, and Gamora. This will be released on August 1st, 2014 and Marvel have promised to release official concept art later today.
Edgar Wright then hit the stage with a copy of Marvel Premiere, revealing that he may use that Ant-Man heist story as a basis for his version of the film. There is now no doubting the fact that the character is on his way to the big screen and that Wright will helm the movie. Test footage was shown and it appears as if the hero will wear the Irredeemable Ant-Man costume. His face was covered, so there's no indication as to who was playing him, and the suit is black with red highlights. Ant-Man is shown standing only a few inches tall in an air vent before suddenly growing in a flash and taking out two guards. He punches another in the face while in his small size, knocking one of the guy's teeth out before sliding down his tie, returning to his natural size, and flipping the guy over. He then makes his escape...
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