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Stan & Mackie Try Not to Answer Infinity War Questions on Set, Still Do

Stan & Mackie Try Not to Answer Infinity War Questions on Set, Still Do

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BEGIN SLIDESHOW Stan & Mackie try not to answer Infinity War questions on set, still do You’ve heard Marvel actors previously refrain from revealing too much about an upcoming Marvel movie. They often joke about there being a Marvel Sniper™ waiting to take them out. This mindset does not last only during the promotion process for films, but also on the set of said films. While speaking to actors Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan on the set of Avengers: Infinity War, the two were prepared to walk away from the day alive by not delivering answers. The pair entered the small tent that we were assembled in, and Mackie announced their presence. “Hello everyone. Welcome to ‘Avengers 3.’ My name is Anthony Mackie. This is Sebastian Stan. If you have any ques...
Bettany and Olsen on Wanda & Vision’s Relationship in Infinity War

Bettany and Olsen on Wanda & Vision’s Relationship in Infinity War

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BEGIN SLIDESHOW Bettany and Olsen on Wanda & Vision’s relationship in Infinity War Ever since Paul Bettany’s Jarvis was given a body and became The Vision in Avengers: Age of Ultron (thanks to the Mind Stone), we’ve known he’s been living on borrowed time. Thanos is coming for the Infinity Stones, and he’s going to want the one that is fixed right in his forehead, and he’s going to try his best. Bettany has a simple descriptor for the Mad Titan, saying “He’s such a d*ck.” While on the set of Avengers: Infinity War, the titular Earth’s Mightiest Heroes arrive in Wakanda where Bettany exits the quintet holding his gut from an injury. Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff aka Scarlet Witch stands by and helps him walk inside. “There’s some really bad dudes who want
Don Cheadle on Rhodey’s Recovery and Suiting Up for Infinity War

Don Cheadle on Rhodey’s Recovery and Suiting Up for Infinity War

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BEGIN SLIDESHOW Don Cheadle on Rhodey’s recovery and suiting up for Infinity War Some may have balked at the idea that there weren’t actual casualties in Captain America: Civil War, but that conflict was more about the death of a dream and the death of a partnership than an actual battle. There was one big fallout from the movie though, as Don Cheadle’s James Rhodes found himself paralyzed and having to learn to walk again. Speaking on the set of Avengers: Infinity War, with a new pair of Stark-branded leg braces, Cheadle spoke to us about his character’s road to recovery and why he’s back at all for the next fight. “Clearly there was a pretty significant moment for Rhodey at the end of ‘Civil War,’ where he was accidentally shot out of the air by Vision, who is now my mort
Captain Marvel Compared to Evans’ Cap by Avengers Screenwriters

Captain Marvel Compared to Evans’ Cap by Avengers Screenwriters

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BEGIN SLIDESHOW Captain Marvel compared to Evans’ Cap by Avengers screenwriters The people have been waiting on Captain Marvel for a long, long time. Marvel Studios first announced a solo film for the hero in 2014 with a release date of Summer 2018. There have been high-highs for the patient fans, including the casting of Brie Larson as the character; and low-lows, with the delay of the film until spring 2019. But the captain is very nearly here. The upcoming Avengers: Infinity War won’t feature Captain Marvel because Marvel Studios is saving her actual debut for her solo movie; however, she will play a role in the upcoming fourth Avengers movie (which debuts just two months after her movie). With the addition of Captain Marvel comes new challenges for the MCU, but also opens up
Infinity War Writers Tease the ‘Delight & Terror’ of Character Team-Ups

Infinity War Writers Tease the ‘Delight & Terror’ of Character Team-Ups

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BEGIN SLIDESHOW Infinity War writers tease the ‘delight & terror’ of character team-ups By now you’ve heard the tale of how many characters will be in Avengers: Infinity War. Stories floated all around the internet ranging from sixty to over seventy, how a wall of characters was erected at Marvel Studios. Well, it’s true. All of it. A wall of characters existed when directors Anthony and Joe Russo and screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely were developing the script for the film, and it wasn’t just to keep track of who they could put in the movie and what their arc would be. It was used as a springboard for deciding what the best combinations of characters to put on screen would be. “We had wall of characters and at a certain point you just go…,” Markus sa
ComingSoon.net Visits the Tag Set!

ComingSoon.net Visits the Tag Set!

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BEGIN SLIDESHOW ComingSoon.net visits the Tag set! Some friends get together over a sporting event, some for drinks, and others spend time together every year by playing the most competitive game of tag that you’ve ever seen. This isn’t something purely invented for the upcoming comedy film from Warner Bros. either – it’s true, it really happened. A real group of adults play competitive tag together every year and things got intense. The Wall Street Journal did a profile on them. ESPN did a segment on them for SportsCenter. Now they’re getting a feature film with fan-favorite comedians like Ed Helms, Jon Hamm, Hannibal Buress, Jake Johnson, Isla Fisher, and even an Avenger, Jeremy Renner. Jon Hamm explains the kickstart of the film: “The inciting event, he’s bei
Why Thanos is the Main Character of Avengers: Infinity War

Why Thanos is the Main Character of Avengers: Infinity War

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BEGIN SLIDESHOW Why Thanos is the main character of Avengers: Infinity War Marvel’s The Avengers was a groundbreaking movie that successfully assembled four different film franchises together in one colossal blockbuster. At the end of the film though, Marvel’s trademark post-credit scene planted a seed that they’re finally preparing to sow six years later: Thanos, The Mad Titan. The main big bad of the entire Marvel Comics universe was coming to the big screen, and he wanted to court death. Since then, the character, first played by Damion Poitier and now played by Josh Brolin, went on to be a big part of the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie, and was last seen on the big screen in 2015’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. In that brief post-credit scene he opened up a compartment with the Inf
The Big Changes the Rampage Movie Makes from the Games

The Big Changes the Rampage Movie Makes from the Games

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BEGIN SLIDESHOW The big changes the Rampage movie makes from the games As of this writing, there hasn’t been a new Rampage video game in twelve years. Twelve! Rampage: Total Destruction was released on the GameCube and PlayStation 2 in 2006 and the franchise has laid dormant since. Even with that in mind, if you say the word “Rampage,” fans of the series immediately conjure very specific images in their head, and those images are not lost on the filmmakers of the upcoming feature film adaptation. “We all think of the three creatures and the woman with the red dress who gets eaten,” director Brad Peyton tells us on the Atlanta set of the film. Peyton goes on to tell us that the openness of the game’s “mythology,” or lack there of, is what further made him think that a movie version coul
Rampage Set Visit: Dwayne Johnson Says It’s Okay to Root for the Monsters

Rampage Set Visit: Dwayne Johnson Says It’s Okay to Root for the Monsters

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BEGIN SLIDESHOW Rampage set visit: Dwayne Johnson says it’s okay to root for the monsters Right off of Interstate 285 in Atlanta sits Third Rail Studios, a brand new sound stage in the every-growing production city, but it’s not the things inside the studio that we’re watching today, it’s the things outside. Adjacent to the studio is an extensive backlot that’s pure concrete. On every side are giant green screens, some canopies hang over to protect us all from the harsh summer sun, but just ahead is Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, and he’s talking to a giant invisible gorilla. We’re on the set of Rampage, a feature film adaptation of the fan-favorite video game and though we may technically be in Atlanta, we’re standing in the ruins of what will be Chicago when you see the movie on sc
Danai Gurira on Okoye’s Reaction to The Avengers in Infinity War

Danai Gurira on Okoye’s Reaction to The Avengers in Infinity War

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BEGIN SLIDESHOW Danai Gurira on Okoye’s reaction to The Avengers in Infinity War The conclusion of Marvel’s Black Panther saw a major shift in the world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Instead of sticking to themselves and attempting to shun all outsiders, the nation of Wakanda made itself known to the world. They’re now a presence that is on the international stage and everyone knows how they can help. Naturally, when the baddest alien invaders that have ever come to Earth put it in their sights, there’s only once place for The Avengers to go. “The vocation of being a Dora is you’re learning how to be one from quite a young age, so her entire vocation has been to maintain this nation,” actress Danai Gurira tells us on the set of Avengers: Infinity War. “There’s another major t