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The final game in the 2014 World Series is tonight, so before a winner is decided, we're celebrating both teams with a look at the hottest players playing for the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals. Even if you aren't a fan of those teams, you can still appreciate some hot baseball eye candy, right? Or, if you're in the Kansas City, Mo, area, maybe you can stop by Paul Rudd's mom's house, since Paul invited fans over after the team's big win earlier this month. In any case, get in the World Series spirit with a look at some of the sexy players hitting the field! »
After Kevin Feige unveiled the Marvel Phase Three slate earlier today, the producer and Marvel Studios president held a Q&A session with members of the press, where he touched on rumors of Iron Man 4, Spider-Man joining the McU, and revealed why this event was held today, less than two weeks after DC unveiled their own superhero movie slate. The Marvel president also addressed Doctor Strange/Benedict Cumberbatch casting rumors, when fans will first see Black Panther, and much more.
We've broken down some of the more notable quotes, and you can also check out the full video of the 20-minute Q&A session.
"If there are more years after 2019, then there will be more possibilities. I hope there are more years."
Kevin Feige On the Timing Of This Announcement
"We wanted to do this at Comic-Con this year, and things were not set. »
“I hope fans always have their rumors and their hopes.” - Kevin Feige, Ocotber 28th, 2014
Welcome To Issue 69!
If This Is Your First Time Here: Welcome! This is my weekly column where I talk about superhero movie news, rumors and speculation.
This Week: Marvel announced all their Phase 3 films and I Can't Even.
“We wanted to do this at Comic Con this year, but things were not set.” is what Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige said yesterday, kicking off the Q&A at the El Capitan theater in California after the studio released it’s complete Phase 3 lineup. What that says to me is that Marvel was willing to put up with the bullcrap people like myself were gearing to throw on them. Marvel had two of the biggest movies of the year, but somehow it still seemed they were in a foot race with Warner Bros and DC whose »
To celebrate the release of his new family film, Alexander And The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, which is in cinemas now, we take a look at the rise and rise of Steve Carell.
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004 and 2013)
One of Carell’s first leading roles was starring alongside Will Ferrell in the 1970s set cult hit Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy. Carell played curiously dim witted weatherman Brick Tamland alongside Ferrell’s Ron Burgundy, and the film went on to gross $90.6 million worldwide. Following its success and cult following, a sequel entitled Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues and starring Carell was released in 2013.
The Office (2005-2013)
Following a five year »
- Paul Heath
When I spoke with Marvel maestro Kevin Feige back in July for Guardians of the Galaxy, he revealed that he wants to stay close to the template the studio created with Phase One, with each concurrent phase likely ending with an Avengers sequel. During the Q&A session after Marvel's press event at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood, the studio president confirmed those plans have changed, with Ant-Man (July 17, 2015) now closing out Phase Two, and the newly-christened Captain America: Civil War (May 6, 2016) kicking off a nine-movie Phase Three.
Here's what Kevin Feige had to say, when I asked how many movies Phase Three would consist of.
"I don't say we set out to have any particular number. Phase One was six films.Phase Two, for those following along you'll realize that Ant-Man truly is the end of Phase Two, and Civil War truly is the beginning of Phase Three. »
A black superhero! A female superhero! Wizards and aliens, oh my!
It’s Marvel Christmas in October! Usually we’re annoyed when people get into the holiday spirit before Halloween, but in this case we’re willing to forgive Marvel. Most because of the bounty of presents they’ve given us: Last week, they release the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer, and today, well, So. Much. More.
Watch: Marvel unveils the trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron!
Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige unveiled the studio’s entire Phase 3 slate Tuesday during an event at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood. Following next year’s Age of Ultron (May 1, 2015), we will see:
July 17, 2015: Ant-Man
May 6, 2016: Captain America: Civil War
Nov. 4, 2016: Doctor Strange
May 5, 2017: Guardians of the Galaxy 2
July 28, 2017: Thor: Ragnarok
Nov. 3, 2017: Black Panther
May 4, 2018: Avengers: Infinity War – Part 1
July 6, 2018: Captain Marvel
Nov. 2, 2018: Inhumans »
Dionne and Murray 4ever! Clueless stars Stacey Dash and Donald Faison reunited Tuesday at The Exes' premiere party in L.A. It's been 19 years (!) since the iconic teen movie hit theaters, but as you can see, Stacey, now 47, and Donald, now 40, have barely aged at all. The quarrelsome onscreen couple aren't the only Clueless stars who look almost identical to their 1995 selves—Alicia Silverstone (aka Cher—as if you didn't know that) and Paul Rudd (who was a full-on Monet in his role as Josh) are essentially ageless, too. So did the Clueless cast ingest some sort of magical anti-aging potion to keep them looking like their teenage/early-20s selves? Possibly, or they might just be »
Marvel Studios announced a slew of new superhero movies to be released over the next five years, including two Avengers flicks, the next installments of the Captain America and Thor franchises, and brand new adaptations of Black Panther, Inhumans and Captain Marvel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Black Panther and Captain Marvel films in particular find the comics juggernaut moving in exciting new directions. Black Panther was the first mainstream comic to feature a black superhero, and the new film will be anchored by rising star Chadwick Boseman (42, Get on Up »
Marvel Studios spends most of its time clamping down on secrets, so when they open up the vault, it's usually for something big. In this case, it was colossal—and bound to bust loose on its own. Marvel announced so much news on Tuesday morning at the El Capitan theater in Hollywood, it's difficult to know where to start: A two-part Avengers 3? Official confirmation that Iron Man and Captain America will do battle in a Civil War saga? More exploration of the cosmic realm in Inhumans? It was also a major announcement in terms of diversity. Marvel is giving us »
- Anthony Breznican
Did Paul Rudd play the hero when a homophobic passenger attacked a man at an airport in Dallas? No, but his look-alike did. Earlier this week, a video went viral showing passengers breaking up a disturbing homophobic attack at the Dallas-Fort Worth airport. While waiting outside a gate, a man was seen screaming and kicking a fellow passenger for wearing a pink shirt. Other passengers soon swooped in to rescue the man who was being attacked, and one of the men happened to bear a strong resemblance to Paul. Naturally, the idea of party-throwing Paul coming to someone's aid soon caught on, and #PaulRuddSavesLive started to trend on Twitter. However, the actor's rep said that Paul was thousands of miles away during the attack, as he was cheering on the Royals in his hometown of Kansas City, Mo. But if fans are really eager to see Paul in hero form, »
Paul Rudd has a seriously heroic doppelganger. The Anchorman actor was believed to have helped take down a drunk homophobic passenger at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport on Thursday, Oct. 23, but according to Rudd himself, it wasn't him. After photos were released of the brawl, a handsome man in a blazer was mistaken for Rudd, 45, sending the Internet into a frenzy and causing the hashtag "#PaulRuddSavesLives" to trend on Twitter. However, Rudd's publicist clarified to the UK's Daily Mail that the man was simply a look-alike. Rudd, [...] »
A man who looked like Paul Rudd helped diffuse a violent situation in an airport, but was it really him?
Paul Rudd has a lot of good things going on in his life right now. He's shooting the highly anticipated Marvel movie Ant-Man, he's enjoying his life as a wealthy celebrity and when he has nothing else to do in his day, he allegedly breaks up fights at airports like a real-life superhero.
A video surfaced on Saturday that showed an angry, violent man slinging hateful, homophobic slurs at a random stranger at the Dallas-Fort Worth airport. (Caution: Nsfw language.)
The man, who appears to be possibly impaired by drugs and/or alcohol, then starts getting in other passengers faces, screaming obscenities and hurling threats, all while airport security stroll on by like carefree children on their way to recess.
Then, after a minute, the man punches a guy he calls a "queer." Little did the »
Daniel Radcliffe did a Reddit Ama today to promote his new movie Horns, based on Joe Hill's cult dark fantasy novel of the same name. Along with the expected Harry Potter talk, including sharing what his Horcrux would be (which he claims is one of the few Hp questions he has never been asked), Radcliffe also graciously fielded questions on a whole bunch of other nerdy ephemera, from his love of Daredevil and Star Wars to his spirit animal and what it’s like being mistaken for Elijah Wood.Who he’d like to work with in the future: George Clooney... Jennifer Lawrence... I just think they'd be really cool, Paul Rudd, I met him and was like "You're awesome!" I just want to work with people you can get on with, and you have a good rapport with, and those are definitely some of them. Also directors more than actors, »
- Anna Silman
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige announced a number of forthcoming superhero projects, which will be ushered into theaters by the studio for its phase 3, at the Marvel presentation at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood Tuesday, Oct. 28.
Marvel Event News
Phase 3 will include, as anticipated, two more Avengers films – Avengers: Infinity War Part 1 for May 4, 2018 and Part 2 for May 2019. Thor 3: Ragnarok is slated for release July 28, 2017 and Captain America: Civil War will hit theaters May 6, 2016.
In addition to the sequels, Marvel announced a Black Panther film that will star 42 star Chadwick Boseman in the lead and which will premiere Nov. 3, 2017. Captain Marvel, which will follow Carol Danvers, will hit theaters July 6, 2018. And, an Inhumans film is slated for release Nov. 2, 2018.
There are worse things than being mistaken for Paul Rudd. And there are worse things than being Paul Rudd and having everyone just assume that you readily put yourself at risk to help shut down a scary situation. Several men helped tackle a homophobic-slur-spewing guy after he kicked and punched a fellow traveler at Dallas/Ft Worth International Airport last week, and the Internet lit up this morning with speculation that Rudd was one of the brave souls in the scrum. Video of the altercation started going viral yesterday, then went triple-viral once one hopeful fan mistook a man in a brown blazer who does share a resemblance to Rudd, at least in blurry passing, for the 45-year-old »
For a long time, Tommy Wiseau’s so-bad-it’s-fun movie The Room has been a favourite of comedy stars in the Us, particularly among the crowd that includes Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd. So taken is James Franco with it that he’s planning a movie about its creation, and has just made a deal with The Fault In Our Stars writers Scott Neustadter and Michael Weber to craft the script.They’ll adapt actor Greg Sestro’s book The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, which he wrote with journalist Tom Bissell. The tome chronicles the chaotic making of The Room, which really needs to be seen rather than described. You can find the trailer here to give you a taste of the finished product.Dave Franco is attached to star as Sestero, with his older brother directing and playing Wiseau, who thought his filmmaking dreams had »
A video of a man spewing homophobic remarks and physically attacking a fellow traveler at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport in Texas went viral after it was posted on YouTube on Oct. 23.
Video Of Dallas Airport Brawl
The incident clearly began sometime before Andrew Kennedy, the man who recorded and uploaded the video, began filming. The video starts with the aggressor approaching the man in the pink shirt and swatting at the phone in his hand, appearing upset and not wanting to be filmed. The two exchange words, and it seems as if the man in pink informs the aggressor that there are cameras and a crowd watching. The man is not phased by this, and proceeds to flip off the crowd.
A man in a cowboy hat intervenes, and asks the man why he’s so upset, and that’s when the man begins to lose it. “Queers is what I’m upset about! »
Here's abstew with this weekend's profile of an outside Oscar contender. While this weekend's release is not quite as buzzy as other contenders, Rockwell is always worth celebrating.
Best Supporting Actor
Born: November 5, 1968 in San Mateo, California
The Role: Lynn Shelton's latest film (the director's previous work include mumblecore films Humpday and Your Sister's Sister), that premiered at Sundance this year, takes on a story of a woman with arrested development. Megan (Keira Knightley) is in her late 20's and all her friend's are doing adult things like getting married. But when Megan's own boyfriend proposes, she freaks out, goes into a quarter life crisis, and ends up hanging out with a teenage girl (Chloë Grace Moretz), while finding herself drawn to the girl's divorced father (Rockwell).
Rockwell took over in the role of Craig, which was originally supposed to be played by Paul Rudd. »
(Cbr) Adam McKay recently revealed in an interview with Crave Online that his involvement with Marvel Studios might entail more than just doing an "Ant-Man" rewrite. The "Anchorman" writer/director/producer teamed up with "Ant-Man" star Paul Rudd to cook up a new draft of the 2015 super hero movie; McKay even flirted with sitting in the director’s chair before Peyton Reed filled the void left by departing helmer Edgar Wright. But could the man behind such oddball comedy movies like "Talladega Nights" and "Step Brothers" really direct a hard-hitting action movie for Marvel? The pairing may seem a bit odd at first, until you remember that "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" was directed by Joe and Anthony Russo — two guys previously best known for directing dozens of episodes of "Arrested Development" and "Community." The timing and precision needed to make jokes land on film apparently helps jokes land too »
- Brett White, Comic Book Resources
Our weekly round-up of all the latest superhero news and talking points, including Avengers: Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Agent Carter, Daredevil, Big Hero 6, The Fantastic Four, X-Men: Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg, Shazam, The Flash, Arrow, Gotham, Constantine, Static Shock, Batman 66, Lego DC Comics Super Heroes, Batman Triumphant, Superman Lives, Spawn and more….
Well, it’s certainly been a huge week for Marvel fans! Having announced that we’d get our first look at Joss Whedon’s Avengers: Age of Ultron during the next episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC, Marvel were forced to act when the trailer leaked early, (via Hydra, no less!) prompting the studio to release an official version which went on to pull in an astonishing 35 million views in 24 hours, shattering the previous record »
- Gary Collinson
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