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After one of the more troubled and extended processes of any superhero movie not involving Nicolas Cage as Superman, “Ant-Man” hits theaters today. That means, as it probably should, that the Disney publicity machine is moving at highest gear, and it’s near impossible to escape the swathe of clips, interviews, and promos out there (though how much of an effect it’s having remains to be seen: the Thursday late-night screenings are strong, $6 million or so, but suggest that we’re heading for the lowest-grossing Marvel movie in four years unless things pick up). In one of the cannier bits of marketing that Marvel have come up with this time around, they’ve unveiled a viral clip that sees Leslie Bibb reprise her role from "Iron Man," the very beginning of the McU, as reporter Christine Everhart live-interviewing Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) from prison, filling in some of his »
- Oliver Lyttelton
After a few weeks of buildup in the Ant-Man viral campaign, the big conclusion is finally here. The fictional news station Whih has launched their exclusive interview with soon-to-be-released inmate Scott Lang (Paul Rudd)... but unfortunately the chat didn't go over so well. Watch the video below to see what I mean! Concluding a three-part viral that first launched two weeks ago, we now finally have the Newsfront exclusive interview between Leslie Bibb's Christine Everhart and future Ant-Man Scott Lang, but the conversation is brief and filled with quite a bit of conflict. As it turns out, Lang is in prison because he ripped off his former employers at a company called Vista Corp - which also happens to be the company that owns the Whih news station. This is a fact that Lang is very much aware of, and as a result he gets so pissed off that »
Over the past few weeks, Marvel has released a pair of viral videos for their final Phase Two adventure Ant-Man, which brought back Leslie Bibb's character Christine Everhart from Iron Man and Iron Man 2. In those superhero movies, Everhart was a journalist for Forbes, but now she has taken over as a news anchor for Whih News, where she has been covering the impending release of Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) from prison, after serving three years for stealing millions of dollars from his former employer, VistaCorp. Today we have yet another viral video, where Everhart actually interviews Scott Lang on the eve of his release, but the interview doesn't go quite so well, for Scott, at least.
At the beginning of Ant-Man, Scott Lang is released from San Quentin prison after serving three years of a five-year stretch, but this interview takes place today, July 16, the day before his release from prison. »
With Ant-Man finally hitting the big screen tomorrow (read our review here), Marvel Studios have released one final Whih News Front viral video, which sees Scott Lang’s (Paul Rudd) past explored in full in an interview with Leslie Bibb’s Christine Everhart. Be sure to check out the ticker at the bottom of the video for some hints to the future of the McU. »
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Just a day before its release, Marvel’s newest, and smallest, superhero has been given the Lego treatment with a special brick version of the theatrical poster for Ant-Man…
Lego’s official twitter tweeted out the following message alongside the poster: It’s @Marvel‘s Ant-Man in Lego bricks! Celebrating a hero w/ the ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength!
See Also: Marvel releases official UK Ant-Man posters
The next evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe brings a founding member of The Avengers to the big screen for the first time with Marvel Studios’ “Ant-Man.” Armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, master thief Scott Lang must embrace his inner-hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym, protect the »
- Jake Wilson
Breaking news from Marvel's own fictional television network, WHiH! Anchor Christine Everhart (Leslie Bibb) brings viewers up to speed on the recent traumatic events that took place in Sokovia (see Avengers: Age of Ultron) before delving into a more personal look at whistle-blower and criminal Scott Lang (Paul Rudd). It's a fun way for Marvel to take some potshots at news organizations, especially those that are subsidiaries of mega-corporations, even if their whole tongue-in-cheek approach is a bit ironic. It also provides some more connective tissue between the films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe while keeping Bibb's character Everhart involved. Take a look at the WHiH viral news video below and follow WHiH on Twitter for more breaking news: Here’s the official Ant-Man synopsis: The next evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe brings a founding member of The Avengers to the big screen for the first time with Marvel Studios’ “Ant-Man. »
- Dave Trumbore
Last week, Marvel Studios unveiled WHiH Newsfront, a viral video designed to promote Ant-Man that brought back Iron Man 1 and 2’s Christine Everhart (Leslie Bibb) to front her own news show. Now, another one has come our way, shedding light on the man who will be Ant-Man, Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), and how he came to be in the prediciment we find him when the movie opens. On top of that, we also get hints towards the events of Captain America: Civil War, and keep your eye on the ticker tape at the bottom for further references to the larger McU. Released: 17th July Synopsis: Armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, master thief Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) must embrace his inner-hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats. »
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Last week, Marvel debuted the first in a series of viral videos for their upcoming superhero adventure Ant-Man, which brought back Leslie Bibb as journalist Christine Everhart from Iron Man and Iron Man 2. Today we have another report from Everhart, which offers new insight into Scott Lang (Paul Rudd), who, before the movie begins, has been in prison for the past three years. The "news report" explains that Scott was sentenced to five years in jail after a daring heist at his employer VistaCorp, where he stole millions of dollars and actually gave the money back to their customers.
Marvel fans should also pay attention to the news ticker at the bottom of the video, which includes several tie-ins to the McU. The ticker reveals that Jane Foster, played by Natalie Portman in Thor and Thor: The Dark World, will be delivering a lecture on "her experiences with interspace and dimensional travel. »
Last week, we picked up on a very cool little Ant-Man viral promoting some kind of event involving Leslie Bibb's Marvel Cinematic Universe reporter character Christine Everhart - and today that viral has started to pay off. A new video has been launched online, and in addition to teasing a special interview with Paul Rudd's Scott Lang from Ant-Man, there are also some not-too-subtle hints about Captain America: Civil War: This "news report" was launched on the fictional in-world WHiH World News YouTube channel, and while the main story is about Scott Lang's upcoming release from prison, it's also not hard not to notice the obvious reference to the story that we will see unfold in Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: Civil War - which involves a debate in the superhero community about the idea of Superhero Registration. The video opens with information about »
Last week Leslie Bibb made her return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Christine Everhart with a Whih Newsfront viral video to promote the upcoming release of Ant-Man, and now the YouTube page has updated with another video as Everhart delves into the history of Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and his criminal activities…
The next evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe brings a founding member of The Avengers to the big screen for the first time with Marvel Studios’ “Ant-Man.” Armed with the astonishing ability to shrink in scale but increase in strength, master thief Scott Lang must embrace his inner-hero and help his mentor, Dr. Hank Pym, protect the secret behind his spectacular Ant-Man suit from a new generation of towering threats. Against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, Pym and Lang must plan and pull off a heist that will save the world.
Ant-Man is set for release on July 17th, »
- Gary Collinson
It was initially assumed that Leslie Bibb would be reprising her Iron Man role as Christine Everhart in next year's Captain America: Civil War, after the actress had previously teased returning to the character, but it has since been revealed she is actually taking part in the viral marketing for next week's Ant-Man movie. In yet another Whih World News promo video that cleverly ties the upcoming film to the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Everhart reports on Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and his "cyber-criminal" past while also teasing an "exclusive" interview with the ex-con next week. It's really cool how Marvel and Disney have established the fictional Whih News as an actual show set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The official Twitter page for the program even acknowledged how Tony Stark would be celebrating the Fourth of July over the weekend. Hopefully this continues with Captain America: Civil War »
Scott Lang is seen breaking into a safe using only water and liquid Nitrogen in the scene.
An international teaser for Ant-Man was recently unveiled, which included a very brief clip of an Avengers character's surprise appearance.
It is also known that Ant-Man will include at least a cameo from the Wasp, a founding member of the Avengers.
Ant-Man opens in cinemas on July 17 in the Us and the UK.
Watch a trailer for Ant-Man below: »
Ant-Man gets a little help from an Avenger in a brand new teaser for Marvel's next movie.
The context of Falcon's appearance in Ant-Man is not yet known, given that this will be the introduction of the title character into the Marvel universe.
Both Ant-Man and Falcon will be a part of next year's Captain America: Civil War along with Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman).
Last week, a viral video placed petty thief-turned-hero Scott Lang (Rudd) within the Marvel Universe. Presented in the style of a news report, the video included a cameo from Iron Man star Leslie Bibb reprising her role as journalist Christine Everhart.
It is also known that Ant-Man will include at least a cameo from the Wasp, »
With little under a fortnight until its global release, the intelligent promotional pizazz for Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man is beginning to reach its crescendo, and today we bring you the final full-length trailer for the superhero flick, a viral video with a nice nod to the original Iron Man and, lastly, a TV spot that may be considered spoiler sensitive. Marketing campaigns don’t come any bigger.
First up, the ultimate sizzle reel showcases Paul Rudd in action as the minuscule hero, and even includes a question that has been subconsciously asked by audiences during every Marvel standalone film: where oh where are the Avengers? There’s also more screen time dedicated to the backstory of Rudd’s protagonist Scott Lang, including why he winded up in prison in the first place. But as a master thief, Lang is the perfect candidate for Hank Pym’s mission, who must shelter »
- Michael Briers
In the trailer, Dr Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) tells Scott of the suit he created 40 years ago before his assistant stole the tech.
Hank expands on his description of his research, saying it's beyond the technology used by Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr) for the Iron Man suit - linking the new Marvel film with ones that have preceded it.
The clip features a report on the destruction seen in Avengers: Age of Ultron followed by one on the release of petty thief Lang from prison. »
It also foreshadows the rumoured storyline of division in Captain America: Civil War by showcasing the human toll of the Marvel heroes' intervention in world events.
"We'll revisit a story from a few years ago in the case of former Vistacorp employee and cyber-criminal Scott Lang." The countdown is on to the release of Marvel's Ant-Man, just a few weeks away. Right away the corner, however, is Comic-Con 2015 and while Marvel isn't hosting a Hall H panel, they may still make a mark. A new viral video has debuted teasing a news program, featuring Leslie Bibb as Christine Everhart from Iron Man, talking about Scott Lang aka Ant-Man, played by Paul Rudd. It's a nice McU mash-up that also connects the most recent Avengers: Age of Ultron events with the bigger universe. The tweet that linked to the video says there's more coming next Tuesday, July 7th, just before Comic-Con. So stay tuned. Here's the new viral video from Whih promoting the upcoming show coming next Tuesday, July 7th: For more updates on this viral specifically, »
- Alex Billington
Last week, actress Leslie Bibb, who plays journalist Christine Everhart in Iron Man and Iron Man 2, posted an Instagram photo with the caption, "everheart...fun day at work today... #marvel." Many fans have wondered if she's reprising the role in Captain America: Civil War, since it's the only Marvel movie in production. Today, we found out that isn't the case, as Leslie Bibb's Christine Everhart is featured in a new viral video for Ant-Man.
In Iron Man, Everhart was a journalist for Vanity Fair, but now she is the anchor of "Whih News Front," with her brief report addressing the aftermath of The Avengers' "conflict in Sokovia" from Avengers: Age of Ultron, and an update on Scott Lang, who is set to be released from prison on July 17, which just happens to be Ant-Man's release date. The Whih Twitter feed also teases that they will have an "exclusive story" on Scott Lang Tuesday, »
Remember Christine Everhart? She was the reporter from Vanity Fair who interviewed Tony Stark towards the beginning of Iron Man, and then reappeared in Iron Man 2. Well, now she has returned once again - and now she has her own show promoting an upcoming special about Ant-Man's Scott Lang! About a week ago, actress Leslie Bibb teased that she was returning to the role of Christine Everhart, and while we assumed at the time that she was going to be in Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: Civil War, it looks like we were wrong. Instead, the character has returned as part of a Marvel Studios viral campaign, and she is getting ready to do a very special piece about Paul Rudd's part in Ant-Man. According to the fictional news station's Twitter feed, we'll get to see the full thing next Tuesday: Catch our Exclusive story on #ScottLang Tuesday, »
Last week Leslie Bibb revealed that she’d be reprising the role of reporter Christine Everhart from Iron Man and Iron Man 2, prompting speculation that she could be appearing in the currently-in-production Captain America: Civil War, with her character perhaps even working for The Daily Bugle following the Spider-Man deal between Marvel and Sony.
Well, as it turns out, she was actually shooting a viral video to promote the upcoming release of Ant-Man, with a new promo ‘Whih Newsfront with Christine Everhart’ arriving online today that covers the fallout from the Avengers confrontation with Ultron, as well as the impending release from prison for Scott Lang. Check it out here…
Meanwhile, a featurette has also been released, entitled ‘Just the Small Things’…
The next evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe brings a founding member of The Avengers to »
- Gary Collinson
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