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First image from the Avengers…

Posted on 26 April 2011 by TH3 No08

I know this is just some promo schtick to get people thinking about the Avengers but I’m pretty sure it’s gonna work. Production on The Avengers started yesterday and Marvel Studios released this photo with a press release to celebrate.

Production has commenced today in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Marvel Studios’ highly anticipated movie “Marvel’s The Avengers,” directed by Joss Whedon (“Serenity”) from a screenplay by Whedon.

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ABC Gets Behind Potential Marvel Series

Posted on 11 January 2011 by Christian

According to TVline.com, Paul Lee, ABC President, is excited about the connection between the network and Marvel in terms of potential TV series based on the publishers’ titles, among them, of course, the Hulk and Jessica Jones.

Says Lee,

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Jurassic Park 4 Definitely Not Filming At Universal Studios!

Posted on 10 January 2011 by Christian

ComingSoon.net have spoken to Universal Pictures and been given official confirmation that Jurassic Park 4 is

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Kevin Feige On The Past, Present And Future Of Marvel Studios!

Posted on 04 January 2011 by Christian

Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige talks about working with other studios in the past, the trick to keeping the fans happy by sticking to the source material, and maintaining that high quality of filmmaking in 2011 and beyond…

Thanks to my friend RealIrOnMaN from spidermedia.ru for the heads up on this story.

On Marvel’s Past Involvement With Movies Like X-Men And Spider-Man:

“We were very involved in the early films…and as we made more of those films, we got a lot of experience. We got exposed to the top executives, top producers. It was an amazing learning experience.”

On How They Keep The Fans Happy:

“The secret is to just look at the source material. The spirit of each character and story line are there for you…You don’t get legions of fans by not producing amazingly rich stuff.”

On How They Not Only Make Movies For The Fans, But A Wider Audience As Well:

“Marvel has changed the definition of the comic movie genre — so that people can look at it differently, as a genre onto itself. We continue to expand the definition of a comic book movie. People still say comic books aren’t for me, but they now look at Marvel movie as a summer blockbuster — they know it’s safe, even if they haven’t read the comic books.”

On The Getting Things Right In 2011 And Beyond:

“The expectation any film is always high. These characters are extremely popular, especially dealing with “Thor” and “Captain America,” characters that people have cared about for almost 70 years. No matter what the movie is, there’s a tremendous amount of pressure. You often get one chance to debut a character to fans and to the majority of people who might not have heard of the hero.”

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Marvel Reveals 2 New Anime Shows

Posted on 19 December 2010 by Christian

One superhero team and one hero set to become anime shows. See who they are inside!!!

As the

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Captain America Co-Creator Joe Simon Shares His Thoughts On The Movie!

Posted on 13 December 2010 by Christian

The 97-year-old legend who co-created Captain America alonside Jack Kirby in 1940 shares his thoughts on the movie, the characters current comic book status and whether he’d like to work on him again…

The guys over at Big Shiny Robot managed to score a rare interview with the legendary writer, artist, editor, and publisher, who’s career in comic books has spanned over 70 years. To read the entire interview, just follow the link at the bottom of this article. Below is what Joe Simon had to say about perhaps his greatest creation: Captain America.

On What He Thinks About The Upcoming Movie:


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More From Kevin Feige On Captain America And The Avengers!

Posted on 13 December 2010 by Christian

In some more highlights from his recent Q&A, he discusses casting Chris Evans as Captain America after he’s already played a superhero, comments on the character place in The Avengers, and says to expect Red Skull pictures soon…

In his lengthy Q&A with The Los Angeles Times: Hero Complex on Friday, it was easy to miss some of what Feige had to say (for all that info which includes loads of new stuff on current and future Marvel Studios movies, click HERE) so here are the final few highlights from that interview which I thought you guys might find interesting.

On Chris Evans As Captain America And Sebastian Stan As Bucky:

“We figured if Harrison Ford could be Indiana Jones and Han Solo, Chris Evans could play Torch and Cap. Bucky plays an important part in the film. Sebastian Stan’s done a tremendous job playing him.”

On Whether Captain America Will Be Able To Match Up To Iron Man And Thor In The Avengers:

“Evans owns the screen as Cap and is going to hold his own and then some.”

On When We Can Expect To See The First Pictures Of Hugo Weaving As The Red Skull:


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