Chris Hemsworth and the Russo Brothers ain’t done working together. Not yet, no way! The God of Thunder himself has signed-on to an action thriller written by the Russos, and I’m stoked.
Go big, or go home, homie! With the Marvel Cinematic Universe trying to defeat the laws of thermal expansion (escalating stakes cannot continue forever), they are going to need to pull out all the stops for the next Avengers. And it looks like that applies even to how they’re filming it.
Chris Evans has confirmed that Infinity War is going to begin filming next year. No surprise. And it’s going to shoot both parts back to back. No surprise. Also? It’s going to take nearly a year. A brutal, brutal non-surprise. Is there going to be any actor even remotely not miserable with their participation in the MCU by the end of the Avengers: Infinity War shoot? Holy fuck.
Strap-in, Whedonites. Say your prayers. Rub your rosaries. For after Age of Ultron we are entering a Post-Whedon MCU. I love Whedon, but I imagine I’m going to take this news more in stride than many. I enjoyed Captain America, and I fucking love Winter Soldier. So I can live happily with this.
Cause we didn’t all know it.
Well. This is unexpected. And awesome.
You can, uh, take the Community directors out of the community, but you can’t take the community out of them? What the…what the fuck am I trying to say? Uh. In brief. The Russo Brothers, hot off Winter Soldier, are returning to their roots to direct the season premiere of Community. Which is gnarly.
Yo. Fuck Batman Vs. Superman. In 2016 we’re finally getting Marvel vs. DC. A couple of days ago, Kevin Feige had chuckled. Hocked up what sounded like phlegm, and spit out what look like a nail. He had been asked if Marvel was going to movie their at the time Unnamed Movie away from its May 6, 2016 date. You see, that’s the day Batman vs. Superman was dropping. Not only is Marvel not moving their moving, they’re dropping a fucking hammer that day (or is it a shield?).
I love this.
The kerfuffle surrounding Captain America 2: Cap Doesn’t Get Cellphones At All‘s potential director is becoming a bit more clear. The field, once vast and filled with hopefuls and talented lads and lasses, has been cut down to two parties.