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Coming soon, the beginning of production on Avengers: Infinity War and its counterpart, the yet unnamed Avengers 4. It will be an arduous nine month shoot, and it will feature about a million different characters introduced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far. A logistical nightmare to be sure, but Joe and Anthony Russo have already proven that they are up to the task thanks to this past summer’s Captain America: Civil War, and now we play the waiting game to learn more about the production. The following image is the first from behind the scenes of the next Avengers, and while it doesn’t reveal much, it does reveal that the film’s villain is already hard at work planning our heroes’ doom. (more…)

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Captain America: Civil War comes out on video in a couple of weeks, so it seems like an excellent time to look back and consider all the things that weren’t in the movie. Yes, there were ideas and characters that were rumored to be a part of the story, and that’s despite the fact it had two teams of Avengers, a new villain, and no less than two major new heroes that were introduced. Civil War was stuffed, but how much more stuffed could have been in it? Joe and Anthony Russo address that in a recent interview, and they also discussed their thoughts about Spider-Man: Homecoming. (more…)

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A few weeks ago at San Diego Comic Con, it was announced that Brie Larson would be taking up the mantle of Captain Marvel in the Marvel Studios film of the same name. But there’s more than enough room in the Marvel Universe for another female superhero, right? So when Anna Kendrick took to Twitter earlier this summer, and said, “Hey, why don’t I be Squirrel Girl?” at the behest of her brother, and the reaction was positive. But if Kendrick wants to be Squirrel Girl, she’ll need support from inside Marvel Studios, people of esteem and influence, like Avengers: Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo(more…)

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This has been a hard summer for a lot of great filmmakers, but two of them are not named Russo. Joe and Anthony Russo kicked off the year with a smash success called Captain America: Civil War, which received praise from critics and got a lot of butts into theater seats. You can pretty much call them the Kings of Summer, well, this summer anyway. Yet, despite that, they seem to hear the siren song of TV. These gentlemen spent their pre-Marvel years chronicling the adventures of the Bluth family and the Springdale Community College, and now they seem to want to chronicle the new tales of one of New York’s most notorious (fictional) street gangs. (more…)

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Marvel directing duo Joe and Anthony Russo recently revealed that Avengers: Infinity War Part One and Part Two will have new names upon release (here’s hoping for Avengers: The Search For Deadpool). Today, however, something more was accidentally slipped. The Russo brothers told the world about a new character that audiences didn’t have a clue were involved in the Infinity War movies. (more…)

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Captain America: Civil War opens in theaters everywhere in just one more week, officially kicking off Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Weirdly enough through, this article is all about looking ahead to the end of Phase Three in the form of the Russo Brothers’ follow-up to Civil War, the two-part Avengers: Infinity War. Since Joe and Anthony Russo are currently making the rounds of promotion for Civil War, it would be understandable to hear some words about Infinity War, some ambiguous and non-enlightening words, but words just the same. From what they’re saying though, there’s going to be some big consequences before and after Infinity War. (more…)

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There’s more sidelines video coming out of Anthony and Joe Russo’s Captain America: Civil War set, this time around we’ve got Cap (Chris Evans) and Crossbones (Frank Grillo) going toe to toe in an open air market. IF the Russo brothers take this one to the next level after Captain America: The Winter Soldier, then we’re in for a hell of a ride! (more…)

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This may constitute a spoiler for Avengers: Age of Ultron, but we now have confirmation that the heroine Black Widow (played by Scarlett Johansson) will be back for Captain America: Civil War. Hardly an unsurprising development, the Widow was a big part of The Winter Soldier, but with a jam-packed cast of characters that includes Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), Bucky (Sebastian Stan), Crossbones (Frank Grillo), Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and a mysterious role played by Daniel Bruhl, it wasn’t altogether certain they’re be room for her. Now, directors Joe and Anthony Russo have confirmed that Widow will be back for more adventures, but the question is, as per the comic book the movie is based on, what side will she be on? (more…)

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It looks like Hayley Atwell can reply on some familiar guidance behind the camera when she takes Peggy to the small screen in Agent Carter on ABC. It was announced today at the Marvel TV panel at San Diego Comic Con that amongst the directors lending their talent to the first season of the solo adventures of Steve Rogers’ Girl Friday are Joe Johnston (Captain America: The First Avenger) and Joe and Anthony Russo (Captain America: The Winter Soldier). (more…)

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As I’m sure you know, Captain America: The Winter Soldier has been deemed so awesome that they’ve engaged directors Anthony and Joe Russo and screenwriters Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely to start work on Captain America 3 despite the fact that part 2 is still weeks away from theaters. Does that mean they already know what direction they want to take? Well they’re unlikely to say for certain, but in a new interview, Markus and McFreely offered some interesting hints at what may, or may not, be coming. (more…)