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Doctor Doom Movie Is a Genre Mashup Inspired by Captain America 2

For the time being, the Doctor Doom movie is still happening, and now we have some idea of what it could look like. Noah Hawley, creator of Legion and Fargo, announced last year during San Diego Comic-Con that he was working on a movie based on the famed Fantastic Four villain. Details have been scarce since the initial announcement, and it seemed like maybe Fox would ice the project when the Disney/Fox deal came to light, but nope. Hawley is still working on Doctor Doom and he has an ambitious vision.

Noah Hawley recently spoke a bit about this Doctor Doom movie, which is being developed but is in no way a guarantee at this point. While he's being vague for now, Hawley reveals that he's going to draw some inspiration from Captain America: The Winter Soldier but that his Doctor Doom movie won't be a retread of that concept.
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Infinity War Splits Its Runtime Between Earth and Space

Infinity War Splits Its Runtime Between Earth and Space
With just 36 days and counting left until Infinity War hits theaters, new details are still surfacing from set visit coverage that starting rolling out last week. One of the many questions fans have about this Phase 3 superhero adventure is how much time is spent on Earth, and how much is spent in the cosmos, a fair query since practically every McU character is said to be present in this movie. Writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely were asked this very question on set, with McFeely hinting that there is a rather even split between Earth and the cosmos.

"We can't give you a percentage but it's fairly split. That's part of the nature of all these groups coming together."

This naturally adds to the epic scope of the film, with characters like the Guardians of the Galaxy meeting others from other realms such as Thor (Chris Hemsworth) and Loki (Tom Hiddleston
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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Set Visit: Captain Marvel, Thanos, and More Things to Know From Screenwriters

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Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely have been writing Marvel movies since Captain America: The First Avenger, and they’ve been perfecting their superhero formula. Following Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and Captain America: Civil War, the dynamic duo have teamed again for Avengers: Infinity War and the mysterious fourth Avengers film that follows it. Obviously, these were the two minds we needed to pick when it comes to the biggest enigma of the Marvel...

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Director John Hyams Assures His ‘Maniac Cop’ Remake is Still Happening

Director John Hyams Assures His ‘Maniac Cop’ Remake is Still Happening
It was announced several years ago that William Lustig’s Maniac Cop was on the remake chopping block, with Nicolas Winding Refn (Drive) producing, Ed Brubaker (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) writing and John Hyams (Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning) directing. The most recent update on the project, however, didn’t seem good; the original’s writer, Larry Cohen, noted “it’s […]
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Ant-Man & The Wasp is Not a Romantic Comedy Says Director

Ant-Man and The Wasp director Peyton Reed denies reports that the upcoming film will be a comic book romantic comedy. Marvel Studios has been testing the waters with various types of movies over the years so that their cinematic universe doesn’t feel too repetitive. For instance, Anthony and Joe Russos’ Captain America: The Winter Soldier was billed as being a political thriller, whereas Jon WattsSpider-Man: Homecoming was aiming for a John Hughes-esque coming of age theme – and both films ended up working out.
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Sebastian Stan Reveals Who Bucky’s Partnered With In Avengers: Infinity War

Black Panther‘s post-credits scene revealed that Bucky Barnes is unfrozen and laying low in Wakanda, which means that he’ll factor into Avengers: Infinity War when Earth’s Mightiest Heroes converge on the high-tech African nation to use it as their chosen battleground against Thanos and his forces. But which of the many heroes will the reformed Hydra assassin be paired up with the most?

Sebastian Stan revealed the answer to that when talking to Entertainment Tonight about what it was like to part of such an enormous ensemble cast. It turns out that we can expect Bucky to be mostly seen with Sam Wilson Aka Falcon, as played by Stan’s real-life pal Anthony Mackie, in Infinity War.

“It’s a lot of people. You stay in your lane and try not to bump into anybody. I’m sure there are a lot of parallels between real life
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Sebastian Stan Wants a Winter Soldier/Falcon Spinoff Movie

Sebastian Stan would love for the Winter Soldier to team-up with the Falcon (Anthony Mackie) in an Avengers spinoff movie. Stan made his debut as Sgt. Bucky Barnes in Joe Johnston’s Captain America: The First Avenger in 2011. However, it wasn’t until Anthony and Joe Russo burst onto the scene with Captain America: The Winter Soldier in 2014 that Barnes transformed into the eponymous Winter Soldier, arguably giving the Marvel Cinematic Universe one of its best villain portrayals so far (even though he wasn’t exactly a villain).
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Avengers: Infinity War’s Action Scenes Will Be Character Based

It’s no secret that Avengers: Infinity War is the most ambitious McU movie yet. Even though previous team-up films haven’t exactly been short on characters, this one will have to juggle pretty much every hero we’ve met over the past ten years of Marvel cinema. So, how did directors the Russo brothers even begin to shoot action scenes that featured such a staggering number of players, all of whom require a part of the limelight?

CinemaBlend asked the duo this tough question during a recent set visit and they revealed that the key is to always focus on the characters, their points-of-view and their motivations, which will help ensure the action doesn’t become too baggy and directionless. It’s something the brothers have tried to do in both of their previous Marvel movies, too, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Civil War.

Anthony Russo: Everything’s
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Guardians of the Galaxy Shatters the Mold: Journey to Infinity War Part 10

Prior to 2014, even the most hardcore comic book fans were scarcely aware of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, if at all. So there was little reason to think that James Gunn, a director who was far from a household name at the time, was going to manage to turn a team consisting of a talking tree, an aggressive alien raccoon and Chris Pratt, the chubby, funny dude from Parks and Recreation into one of the most successful and important comic book franchises on the planet. But that's exactly what happened with Guardians of the Galaxy, which remains one of the best examples of standalone filmmaking in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

As we approach Avengers: Infinity War, we're taking a look back at all of the movies that got us to this major event. So far, we've looked back at the entirety of Marvel's ambitious and groundbreaking Phase 1 slate, which culminated with The Avengers.
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AMC Reveals Full Details For Their Insane 31-Hour McU Marathon

Hieronymus Bosch has got nothing on this particular hell.

To mark the release of Avengers: Infinity War, AMC is putting on a 12 movie McU marathon that begins on April 25th at 13:30 and ends 31 hours later at about 20:30 on the following day. The venues for this are just two theatres: AMC Empire 25 in New York and AMC Disney Springs 24 in Florida (a little disappointing for those on the West Coast).

Of course, this is a marathon for only the truly insane McU fans, sure to turn anyone that attends into a gibbering pile of flesh with bloodshot eyes and fists full of “marathon only collectibles.” Think Homer in that Treehouse of Horror episode where he gets to eat all the donuts… in the world!

Here’s the full schedule:

Iron Man (1:30pm), The Incredible Hulk (4:00pm), Thor (6:15pm), Captain America: The First Avenger (9:00pm), Marvel
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AMC's Infinity War Movie Marathon Lineup and Details Confirmed

We finally have some firm details on AMC's upcoming Marvel marathon. As expected, the event won't include every single McU movie, but it includes a line-up of 11 movies that lead into Infinity War. Some fan-favorite movies were cut from the lineup, but it wasn't realistic to assume anyone could actually sit through 19 movies in total. The biggest downside is that the Marvel marathon is only taking place at two theaters, one in New York City and one in Orlando.

For those who do live in or near New York and Orlando, the AMC Marvel marathon will set you back $75. Though, all things considered, that's not an awfully high price to see 12 movies. But the snacks and soda tab could add up a bit over the course of more than 24-hours in a movie theater. The movies to screen during the marathon include Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger,
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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Breaks a Pre-Sales Record in Just Six Hours

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Breaks a Pre-Sales Record in Just Six Hours
Disney-Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” has needed only six hours to break Fandango’s record for best-selling superhero movie in the first 24 hours of presales.

Advance tickets for “Infinity War” went on sale on Fandango at 6 a.m. Pdt. By noon Pdt, it surpassed the two previous top two record holders: “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Black Panther.”

Fandango also said its survey of over 1,000 “Infinity War” ticket buyers showed 97% “can’t wait” to see how heroes work together in the same film; 94% are excited to see different franchise characters (“Guardians,” “Avengers,” etc.) meeting one another for the first time; 92% see “Infinity War” as the culmination of all of the Marvel Cinema Universe films before it; 87% have seen all of the McU movies; 71% saw “Black Panther” on the big screen; and 60% claim “Black Panther” made them more excited to see “Avengers: Infinity War.”

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Why Does Thanos Want to Destroy Half the Universe in Infinity War? His Reasoning Is Brutal

Hooooo boy, the Avengers have their work cut out for them in the new trailer for Avengers: Infinity War. (Don't @ me for retreating under my desk after watching it, Ok?) For the first time, we finally have an idea of what they're up against when it comes to Thanos, the Mad Titan, who's been lurking in postcredits scenes for years. Unfortunately for the team, the most formidable villains often believe they're actually the hero in the story, and Thanos does too. So what does he actually want? To Gather the Infinity Stones Thanos's first order of business is to collect the Infinity Stones, all-powerful relics left over from the creation of the universe. While each stone is more than impressive enough on its own, Thanos needs all six to complete his real goal, which is where the Avengers come in. Thanos's quest for the stones brings him to Earth, where
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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Marathon: Marvel’s 31-Hour Theatrical Event Only Includes 12 McU Movies

Got 31 hours to spare? Like Marvel movies? Enjoy sitting? Have we got a (slightly daunting) event for you. As they’ve done in the past to celebrate the debut some of their splashiest titles, Marvel has announced official details for a massive new marathon of some of its biggest features leading up to the April release of “Avengers: Infinity War.” But for fans looking to check out every single Marvel Cinematic Universe movie to date (theres’s 18) before seeing “Infinity War,” we’ve got some bad news: this marathon is only offering up a dozen films, including the latest from the blockbuster factory.

Titles missing from this roundup include both “Thor 2” and “Thor Ragnarok,” both “Iron Man 2” and “Iron Man 3,” “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” “Ant-Man,” and “Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2.” Instead of individual adventures, the onus of this event appears to be on films that are mostly occupied with Avengers-facing storylines.
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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Final Trailer Brings Destruction

Disney treated Marvel fans to the final trailer for “Avengers: Infinity War” on Friday.

Tickets for the film also went on sale Friday. They can be purchased from Fandango or from specific theater chains now.

The trailer showcases all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe heroes, including Iron Man, Black Panther, Captain America, Black Widow, Hulk, and Thor struggling in their fight against Josh Brolin’s villain Thanos. Like previous footage, the new trailer warns of death and destruction at the hands of Thanos.

“The entire time I knew him, he only ever had one goal: to wipe out half the universe. If he gets all the Infinity Stones, he can do it with the snap of his fingers,” Zoe Saldana’s Gamora says.

“Infinity War” will combine old-school McU stars like Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, and Scarlett Johansson with newcomers, including “Spider-Man: Homecoming’s” Tom Holland,
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New ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Trailer Reveals Thanos’ Black Order

With Avengers: Infinity War just around the corner, Marvel Studios has debuted a new trailer for the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe epic from Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War directors Joe and Anthony Russo. The upcoming Avengers sequel has been touted as the start of the "culmination" of the McU, along with the still untitled follow-up Avengers 4. Infinity War follows Thanos (Josh Brolin) on his hunt for the Infinity Stones, which grant him the power to reshape reality and destroy the universe when collected and placed in the Infinity Gauntlet, and it's up …
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Details on How Guardians Of The Galaxy Fit Into Avengers: Infinity War

As you know, we've been bombarded by a ton of news for Avengers: Infinity War, all of which leads to the new long-awaited trailer being released today. We now have some information regarding the Guardians of the Galaxy and how they will fit into the story.

The fans are extremely excited to see the Guardians interact with the rest of the Avengers. There's sure to be a lot of awesome and humorous moments that come from it. While talking to directors, Anthony and Joe Russo, they explain that they had to figure out a way of bringing the familiar tone of these character over to Infinity War as they mix them up with the other characters.

"We have to find a way to bring those tones and honor them. But also make them work with what we’re doing with the movie. Again, I think the way that we find
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Will Infinity War Really Kill Off Most of Marvel's Main Characters?

Are major characters going to die in Infinity War? The Russo brothers have officially weighed in on the subject, which is on the minds of a great many Marvel fans as the event approaches. Directors Joe Russo and Anthony Russo, who directed Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil war, in addition to both of the upcoming Avengers movies, are arguably the most important directors in the history of the McU. Or at least will be when this is all over. So, are they really going to kill some fan-favorite, major characters?

Unfortunately, Joe Russo and Anthony Russo aren't willing to give us a definitive answer just yet. Though, when it comes to Avengers: Infinity War, they're raising the stakes in a big way. When asked point blank during a set visit whether or not they're going to kill any characters in the movie, they wouldn't give a direct answer,
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‘Infinity War’ Directors Name Soderbergh and Herzfeld Films As Inspiration For Superhero Epic

For a while now, Marvel Studios has tried to give each of their superhero films a distinct tone. Some are political thrillers, like “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” While “Guardians of the Galaxy” was billed as a space opera. Whether or not you actually believe that to be the case is another thing altogether. However, when directors Joe and Anthony Russo were thinking of the tone they wanted for the upcoming “Avengers: Infinity War,” they immediately thought of ‘90s crime films.
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The Russo Brothers Talk ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ [Set Visit Interview]

The Russo Brothers Talk ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ [Set Visit Interview]
In June of 2017, we visited the set of Avengers: Infinity War and talked with the cast and crew of the epic Marvel film. Today, we are publishing our full roundtable interview with directors Joe and Anthony Russo, who have been on this journey since Captain America: The Winter Soldier. The Russo Brothers tell us […]

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