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‘The Avengers’ Has A Teaser Poster, Which Means It’s Real
Wednesday, July 20 by

“Get ready to be…AVENGED.” That should be the tagline. Or maybe something better should. Hmm…

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‘Avengers’ Bootleg Trailer Is On The Internet Of All Places
Monday, July 18 by

Tony Stark will flirt with anybody.

Say 'what' again!
‘Thor’ Post-Credits Scene: A Joss Whedon Film
Saturday, May 21 by

Maybe that’s why the camera was straight.

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Marvel Considering More Movies We Don’t Need
Tuesday, May 3 by

But who are we to stand in the way of Scarlett in leather cat-suits?

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Chris Hemsworth Talks ‘Thor’, ‘The Avengers’, Has Never Seen ‘Adventures In Babysitting’
Monday, May 2 by

‘Cabin In The Woods’ and ‘Red Dawn’ also come up.

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Captain America To Ditch The 1940s Sooner Than Later
Tuesday, April 26 by

We know that ‘The Avengers’ movie takes place in modern times, so at some point, Captain America will have to jump from the 40s to today… but when?

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Put Your Eyes On The First Photo From ‘The Avengers’ Set
Tuesday, April 26 by

Marvel is pampering their superheroes.

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Loki The God of Mischief Also The God Of Not Being In ‘The Avengers’
Monday, April 11 by

But he still might be the villain of ‘The Expendables 2′

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Mark Ruffalo Talks Hulk Prep, Script Work, And Being #3
Wednesday, April 6 by

Hulk is his generation’s Hamlet.

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‘Avengers’ Villain Revealed In Upcoming Secret Trailer Or By Clicking Here
Wednesday, March 2 by

Listen up, True Believers. Our secret sources at The Daily Bugle say the villain for Joss Whedon’s ‘The Avengers’ is…

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Detroit Can’t Win
Tuesday, February 22 by

First, the Mayor of Detroit shot down the notion of a RoboCop statue, and now on a state level, Governor Rick Snyder has chased away The Avengers and more films could follow.

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Fanboys, Thor Has Answered Your Prayers: Open Casting For ‘The Avengers’
Monday, February 14 by

Marvel nerds assemble… in New Mexico.

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‘Captain America 2′ In Development: Why’d They Wait So Long?
Thursday, February 10 by

Marvel knows you better than you know yourself.

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Cobie Smulders 1st Choice To Play Nick Fury’s Secretary
Saturday, February 5 by

Here’s hoping Cobie Smulders looks good in an eyepatch.

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Nick Fury Interested In Getting Thor And Captain America To Join His Superhero Team
Thursday, February 3 by

Ha ha, you have to sit through some more credits.

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Mark Ruffalo Is Bruce Banner, But Maybe Not The Hulk
Friday, January 28 by

Mark Ruffalo may not end up being the first superhero actor to do his own motion capture work.

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‘Thor’ Star Chris Hemsworth Read ‘The Avengers’ Script, Has Doubts
Monday, January 24 by

Even the Nordic demi-god can’t fathom the scale of this film.

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Iron Man’s Brother From Another Mother Gets His Own Film
Monday, January 24 by

Because we can never have enough movies about men flying around dressed like Chinese knock-offs of Iron Man, you’ll be happy to know that a War Machine spin-off is in the works.

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Demi Lovato May Help Ruin ‘The Avengers’
Monday, December 27 by

Good news, Avengers fans! The film has a plot. Bad news, Avengers fans. The plot may involve Demi Lovato.

Mark Ruffalo Will Mo-Cap The Hulk In ‘The Avengers’; Doesn’t Understand Technology
Monday, September 27 by

Shrek?
When mumbly actor Mark Ruffalo was hired to take over the Hulk reins from Edward Norton in Marvel Studio's The Avengers, it was assumed he'd only appear as a drowsy-looking Bruce Banner. Now he's let it slip that the Hulk will appear like he just woke from a catnap as well. Ruffalo tells Vulture:
"I'm really excited. No one's ever played the Hulk exactly, they've always done CGI. They're going to do the Avatar stop-action, stop-motion capture. So I'll actually play the Hulk. That'll be fun."
Stop-motion capture? Is that like taking a photo?
This should be interesting to see. Ruffalo seems too laidback to pull off the Hulk's rage, but I think he could surprise us. Then again, he's never performed in such an effects-heavy film before, and has no experience acting against nothing. Unless, of course, you count Jennifer Aniston.

Marvel Hasn’t Ruled Out Another Edward Norton ‘Hulk’ Movie
Friday, September 24 by

It sucks we won’t see Edward Norton as Bruce Banner in The Avengers, especially the way it went down. The recasting has been well-covered and Norton even told MTV he laughs about it now. The good news it, it sounds like Mark Ruffalo playing Banner in The Avengers doesn’t rule out another solo Hulk film that could continue with Norton.

“No, I don’t rule out anything,” Norton said while promoting Stone at FantasticFest. “As I think was amply demonstrated, I think a lot of those things on the other side of the table are big business, which I respect. I don’t have any urgency about it one way or the other.”

No rush, of course. Certainly Edward Norton will do fine in his career. It’s
good to hear Marvel hasn’t told him they won’t continue a solo Hulk franchise.

“I couldn’t say,” Norton hedged. “I’m a fan of those films. I hate when they screw them up so I hope they do it right.”

Maybe Marvel’s hedging their bets. They had some needs for The Avengers but people liked The Incredible Hulk, so they could always alternate. “I’ve got so many things I’m working on that I’m interested in. People have been completely great about the film we made and I’m happy about that. I have nothing to complain about.”

Scarlett Johansson’s ‘Black Widow’ To Be A Movie Now Too, I Guess
Wednesday, September 22 by

"Oh, you want to give me my own movie? Okay."
If you bought a movie ticket to Elektra and enjoyed it so much that you went out and bought a DVD or Blu-Ray copy, it's time for you to ask for extra shifts at the Moron Store (where you work) so that you can save up for the next needless big screen adaptation from Marvel. Marvel head Kevin Feige confirmed today that they have been in talks with Scarlett Johansson about her Iron Man 2 non-character Black Widow getting her own movie.
They're not going to get too deep into discussions regarding plot just yet though. The Avengers is their number one priority. They have artistic integrity, you guys. (Screen Crave)

The ‘Avengers’ Comic-Con Teaser Trailer Has a Wicked Font
Wednesday, August 4 by

The Avengers Comic-Con teaser trailer has hit the net, and I can see what all the nerds have been fussing about. Between the awesome voice over and the super-cool font they used for the logo, I was barley able to keep from wetting myself. It was just too exciting. (/S)

Yeah, I know it was only a teaser trailer, but give me something I can use, Marvel! A shield, a hammer, a cape; anything is better than nothing. At the very least, tell me the Invisible Woman was standing there the whole time.
She was? Awesome!

Watch a sad excuse for a teaser trailer after the jump…

Mark Ruffalo Might Possibly Be The Hulk in ‘The Avengers’ Maybe
Wednesday, July 14 by

Yeah YOU, dude.Mark Ruffalo is in late-stage talks to smash things as The Hulk in The Avengers. Marvel told Edward Norton to eff off and has been on a search to find his replacement. The name Joaquin Phoenix was even floating around in Stupid Rumor Land.Mark Ruffalo is one actor who never came to mind when I spent last night brainstorming possible Hulk replacements. I don't remember Bruce Banner laughing nervously and growing spotty facial hair in the comics. Perhaps casting agents should turn their attention to a certain phone call Mel Gibson made not too long ago. If that wasn't a expemplary audition and lesson in transformation from human to beast, then I'll eat my hat. My cake hat. (Deadline)

Hulk Smashed? Joaquin Phoenix May Replace Norton in ‘The Avengers’
Monday, July 12 by

Here's a rumor from the "so stupid it might be true" department. “Reliable sources” are claiming that rapper Joaquin Phoenix, who actually started out as an actor, may replace Ed Norton as the Incredible Hulk in The Avengers.On Friday, Marvel started a war of words, claiming that it dropped Norton from the project in order to find "an actor who embodies the creativity and collaborative spirit of our other talented cast members.” Given that description, is Joaquin Phoenix really the guy you want?Don't get me wrong; I don't doubt the creativity of a man who's spent the past year looking like a drug-addled version of Judge Roy Bean. But considering he can barely make it through a one-on-one interview with David Letterman, does Phoenix really "embody" the "collaborative spirit" you're looking for? Well, does it, Marvel? ANSWER ME? (Cinema Blend)

Catfight! Edward Norton’s Agent Hits Back at Marvel
Monday, July 12 by

Meeee-ow! Looks like we've got ourselves a good old-fashioned catfight! Except instead of two hot women scratching and clawing, we've got an agent from William Morris pissing and moaning about some dork at a comic book company. Actually, that doesn't sound like a catfight at all. It sounds a whole lot sexier! On Friday, Marvel announced that Edward Norton, who clashed with the studio during the making of The Incredible Hulk, will not be part of The Avengers. The press release stated that the decision was not monitary, but was instead “rooted in the need for an actor who embodies the creativity and collaborative spirit of our other talented cast members.” For those of you who don't speak Hollywood, that roughly translates to "go f**k yourself, you insufferable twit." Not one to take things lying down, Norton responded like any other red-blooded male, and quickly had his agent, Brian Swardstrom, issue a strongly worded rebuttal. Swardstrom attacked Marvel head on, using big words like defamatory, mean spirited and accusatory. That's right, accusatory! I haven't seen a war of words like this since Biggie and Tupac. If cooler heads don't prevail, I fear someone might get their glasses broken, or maybe even work themselves up into an asthmatic frenzy. (Collider) Read the strongly worded letter from Edward Norton's agent in its entirety after the jump.

Edward Norton Not Be Hulk in ‘The Avengers’ Smash!
Saturday, July 10 by

I'd say he took the news rather well.Marvel Studios recently gave Edward Norton a polite f*ck off by informing the actor they wouldn't need him to reprise his role of The Hulk in the upcoming The Avengers movie to be directed by Joss Whedon. The studio is looking to cast an unknown, a.k.a. someone they can pay with turkey sandwiches. According to HitFix, this wasn't Norton or Whedon's idea, as the pair had recently shared their enthusiasm with Marvel about Norton returning. Norton even cleared out his day planner for the project, using puffy Hulk stickers to mark the dates he'd need open for shooting.This news doesn't come as much of a surprise considering Marvel is notorious for dumping actors in favor of the almighty dollar. They probably figure they've already got Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, Chris Hemsworth, Don Cheadle, and Jeremy Renner, so people are going to get their asses to the theater whether Norton's in it or not. Also, during the making of The Incredible Hulk, Norton and Marvel butted heads over almost every aspect of the film. Maybe the studio is just trying to prevent the same from happening on The Avengers. Joss Whedon would put Norton in a coma with that alien-like cranium of his.

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Saturday, July 10 by

Director: Joss WhedonCast: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Don Cheadle, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy RennerSynopsis: Marvel superheroes join together to kick some ass.Release Date: May 4, 2012

Marvel Casting Round-Up: Renner In ‘Avengers,’ McDonough In ‘Captain America’
Friday, June 4 by

YAAAH-HAAWWW!!!! Pull yerselves up a rock and knock back some apple jack. We've got usselves a casting round-up, and it's gonna be a hog killin' good time.JEREMY RENNER – is in talks to play Hawkeye in Joss Whedon's Avengers. He's previously denied his involvement with the project, but he's ready to talk now that the pieces are falling into place. Will this disclude him from appearing in PT Anderson's The Master? Let's see? Dress up as the Marvel Universe's archery guy or piss off all the Scientologists in Hollywood? Here's a pile of cash and a brochure for archery lessons. (THR)NEAL McDONOUGH – is in talks to play Dum Dum Dugan in Joe Johnston's Captain America. Dugan is a member of the Howling Commandos and Nick Fury's second-in-command. I'd report further but looking at McDonough hurts my eyes. He should really be required to wear a hat in trenchcoat when out in public. Like a ninja turtle. (Deadline)

‘Iron Man 3′ Villain: The Mandarin
Monday, May 10 by

Iron Man 2 has been in theaters for less than a week, but that didn't stop director Jon Favreau from speculating on the villain for Iron Man 3. And if Favreau has his way, Tony Stark will be taking on The Mandarin in the next installment of the popular franchise. "You've got to do The Mandarin", says the director, who has been teasing this in the films already with tiny references to the Ten Ring organization, "but the problem is, the way he's depicted in the comic books… you don't want to see that." The "problem" Favreau is referring to is the fact that the character, an evil descendant of Genghis Khan, has been criticized for being nothing more than a negative Asian stereotype. However, I have no doubt that Hollywood can work around this problem, changing the The Mandarin to a white Anglo-Saxon Protestant businessman hellbent on oppressing minorities and destroying the environment, while still maintaining the essence of the character. However, since Tony Stark is set to appear in the upcoming Avengers film, work on Iron Man 3 will have to wait until at least 2012. And if my sources inside the government are correct, by that time Hollywood will have already been destroyed in a limited nuclear exchange with the Chinese, making concern about The Mandarin a moot point. (Empire)