It’s official: Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 and Part 2 will have new titles.
Disney announced Friday evening that spring 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 will now simply be called Avengers: Infinity War, without a secondary part title. Avengers: Infinity War Part 2 is now currently Untitled Avengers, but will have a different title. Continue reading →
Marvel’s Phase Three officially kicks off in a few weeks with Captain America: Civil War, but Marvel Studios already has their eyes on the finale with Avengers: Infinity War. The creative team of Civil War will be assembling the culminating event with directors Anthony and Joe Russo behind the camera, and a script by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely. The film will finally bring the MCU full circle, using The Avengers post-credit scene star Thanos (played by Josh Borlin) as the prime antagonist. Continue reading →
The Russo Brothers are about to dive deep into doing press for Captain America: Civil War, but with the two-part Avengers: Infinity War movies just over the horizon, fans are desperate for any scraps of info they can get. Anthony and Joe Russo sat down with Forbes for a long interview that covered many different topics, and they touched on which characters we might see pop up in Infinity War: Continue reading →
The filmmakers Anthony and Joe Russo are Marvel Studios’ current golden boys: after directing the excellent Captain America: The Winter Soldier, they earned the directing gig for this year’s Captain America: Civil War, and they’re already developing the two-part Avengers sequel Infinity War.
In a new interview with Forbes, the directors talked about introducing a new version of Spider-Man to the MCU at the end of their new movie’s most recent trailer, and how the character will fit in to the dynamic of Civil War: Continue reading →
The prevailing hypothesis for the reason that we haven’t seen Spider-Man in any of the marketing material for Captain America: Civil War was because they were trying to keep that aspect of the film a secret. Well, it turns out there’s a lot more to it than that.
During a Q&A with Collider, directors Joe and Anthony Russo revealed that all of the deals involving Spider-Man between Marvel and Sony Pictures still aren’t fully completed. I thought everything was squared away! Apparently that’s not the case, though. Continue reading →
Spider-Man is in Captain America: Civil War. ComicBook.com conducted an interview with the directors, and they offered up some thoughts and details on Spider-Man and how he is going to be different from any other version of the character. Continue reading →
Joe and Anthony Russo are currently working on Captain America: Civil War, and when they are done with that they are going to jump right into developing Avengers: Infinity War. The MCU is a locomotive of awesomeness and there’s no stopping it now. We just get to ride along on Marvel’s adventure, and it’s exciting to think about the things that will eventually happen.
The two directors recently did an interview with Weeping Angel in China, and they talked a great deal about Civil War, and Captain America’s relationship with Winter Soldier and Black Widow. They talk about the challenges of making the film, their approach in bringing Spider-Man to life in the Marvel universe, Cap’s costume, and how the stakes have been raised for the Avengers in Infinity War. Continue reading →
Sony Pictures is broadening the Ghostbusters franchise and the first order of business will be an action-centric comedy that is a counterpart to the Paul Feig-directed film that will start production in June. The studio is simultaneously forming Ghostcorps, a new production company whose principals include original Ghostbusters architects Ivan Reitman and Dan Aykroyd; they will have offices at Sony with the mission to scare up branding opportunities based on the 1984 comedy classic.