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Post  webhead2006 on Sat Jul 14, 2012 11:55 pm

Since the superman footage leaked. I would love seeing the antman test footage that was screened during the marvel panel.
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Post  webhead2006 on Tue Jul 17, 2012 6:28 pm

Antman could possibly be 3rd film for 2014:
http://www.slashfilm.com/edgar-wrights-antman-marvels-film-2014/#more-131617
Edgar Wright’s ‘Ant-Man’ Could Be Marvel’s Third Film in 2014 Posted on Tuesday, July 17th, 2012 by Russ Fischer

Marvel Studios has been fairly solid in its plan to release two films per year over the next few years. But there’s a movie that might help the outfit change that plan: Edgar Wright‘s Ant-Man, which made its very early debut last weekend at Comic Con via impressive test-footage Wright shot just a couple weeks back.

Marvel co-president Louis D’Esposito (director of the new short Item 47) talked in an interview about a couple different subjects, including the possibility of squeezing Ant-Man into the 2014 schedule, should Wright be able to jump right from his production The World’s End to the Marvel film.

D’Esposito covers a few different topics in his interview, but here’s what he had to say about packing one year’s schedule a little more tight than others:

That might be an opportunity where we do a third film, depending on his schedule when he finishes World’s End. But he’s such a competent filmmaker; the script is in great shape. The test will prove a lot of things on the visual effects front: how do we handle the shrinking, obviously, and the scale issues, because when he’s small he’s a half-inch. So we’re gonna work that out, maybe that’s when we do a third film.

Presumably, there are multiple reasons to get Wright behind the camera for Ant-Man sooner rather than later, and once the film is done Marvel won’t want to sit on the picture. The good news is that, based on what we saw, Ant-Man would be a movie that could easily play outside the typical summer tentpole season — it could be Marvel’s entry into the fall calendar. And while he doesn’t mention a year specifically, the time frame would have to be 2014, before The Avengers 2 comes around. (And what are the chances that Marvel is considering Wright as a director for that sequel?)

And on that front, the co-pres of Marvel also talks about the idea of giving small Marvel characters time in lesser-budgeted movies that might be rated R. That doesn’t sound very likely, as the cost of marketing a movie is high enough that if Marvel is going to put muscle behind something, they want it to have the potential to be huge. So it’s going to be tentpole stuff all the way. That said, he also mentions that people seem to respond better to original content (such as his short film Item 47) than deleted scenes on DVDs, so we can expect to see more of those.
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Post  webhead2006 on Mon Jul 30, 2012 1:58 pm

Antman gearing up for 2013 production:
http://m.latino-review.com/2012/07/30/exclusive-ant-man-gearing-london-thor-2/
EXCLUSIVE: ‘Ant-Man’ Gearing Up For London After ‘Thor 2′

Posted on 7.30.12 by Da7e

Hello Marvelites!

Got a nice, juicy bit of scoopage for you. The current rumor buzzing around the internet after Edgar Wright’s ‘Ant-Man’ test footage debuted at San Diego Comic Con is that ‘Ant-Man’ could possibly be added to Marvel’s 2014 slate (joining ‘Guardians’ and ‘Cap 2′), kicking off the oft-rumored Marvel strategy of adding a third in-continuity film during these Phase 2 years.

Looks like that rumor has some teeth and we’ve exclusively learned that, as of this moment, the plan is for ‘Ant-Man’ to step into Marvel’s London production branch once principal photography on ‘Thor: The Dark World’ wraps. Thor is expected to go in front of cameras this August…so soon.

It would appear the race is on to get Edgar Wright’s ‘The World’s End’ into production if Marvel is expecting him to slide into London come late spring/early summer 2013. The Simon Pegg/Nick Frost trilogy capper would likely face a schedule where post-production had some serious overlap with pre-production on ‘Ant-Man,’ but that’s just speculation.

What’s real is that Marvel is gearing up for ‘Ant-Man’ to shoot in London after ‘Thor 2′ which means it’s likely going to be Marvel Studios’ third major 2014 release.

Talkin’ ‘Bout Marvel:

What does Marvel have in common with Jacob from Lost? They both have a potential John Locke problem.

In Marvel’s case it’s The John Locke Foundation, a North Carolina-based conservative think tank, distributing a report arguing against North Carolina’s film-industry tax incentives (even after, or more-likely because, new reports have NC’s 2012 film revenue setting records over $300 million).

We don’t know if this political dust-up is causing any turmoil directly, but if this continues like it’s going, look for ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ to possibly switch venues while ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ might set up somewhere not Carolina or London as well.

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Post  webhead2006 on Thu Sep 06, 2012 7:26 pm

Thanos creator on how he like him to be used:
http://www.comicbookmovie.com/fansites/MarvelFreshman/news/?a=66873
Jim Starlin Dishes On Thanos' Portrayal Potentially In GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

Sharing who he'd like to see portray and voice the Mad Titan in his next cinematic appearance,Thanos' creator Jim Starlin also offers thoughts regarding his inclusion in Guardians of the Galaxy. DCMarvelFreshman - 9/6/2012

Chatting exclusively with Comic Book Therapy at the Dragon*Con convention, comic book writer Jim Starlin shared more thoughts regarding The Avengers mid-credits surprise, Thanos, in which created, and the villain's future appearance in Marvel's cinematic universe. While that appearance is said to be in the 2014 Guardians of the Galaxy adaptation, Starlin also reveals who he thinks could voice the Mad Titan.

“This past week the head of the Marvel studios said that Thanos was going to be,I guess,the centerpiece of the Guardians movie and going into Avengers 2. I don’t read as many comic books as I used to,as I recall the Guardians are in the future but they have all these characters in it now that are in the present like Draxand Gamora and all that. Are they still in the future?”

“Ok,so they are in this time zone alright. I think it’s pretty cool actually. I will be curious to see more of Thanos. We only saw that head and shoulder shot. The little filigree they added to the armor was kind of nice. I can’t wait to see the whole guy and hear him speak.”

“I had thought about Idris Elba [voicing Thanos],who is an English actor I always thought about. He is already appearing as Heimdall. There were rumors going around that Arnold Schwarzenegger was going to be tapped for it,which at first I thought was a bad idea but then I caught him in the news since his post-cancer treatment and he has Thanos’ voice. He has this real gravelly voice and he would probably work well. Couldn’t think of anybody else I’d throw out off the top of my head.”

It was revealed that Damion Poitier donned Thanos' makeup and prosthetics for his cameo in The Avengers. However, it's unknown if the actor will fill the purple villain's shoes in future speaking roles. Anyhow, for the full interview, where Jim Starlin discusses Thanos: Son of Titan's cancellation, head over to Comic Book Therapy.

Marvel Studios presents “Guardians of the Galaxy”—the big cinematic event exploring an interstellar super hero team-up, featuring Marvel characters Star-Lord, Drax the Destroyer, Gamora, Groot and Rocket Raccoon. While story details are under wraps, the film is rumored to lead with a U.S. pilot who ends up in space in the middle of a universal conflict and goes on the run with futuristic ex-cons who have something everyone wants.

From a screenplay by Nicole Perlman and Chris McCoy, “Guardians of the Galaxy” is based on the ever-popular Marvel comic book series “Guardians of the Galaxy,” first published in 1969 and revived in 2008. While a director and ensemble cast have yet to be announced, “Guardians of the Galaxy” will assemble on August 1, 2014. Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures will distribute the film. In addition to “Guardians of the Galaxy”, Marvel Studios will release a slate of films based on other iconic Marvel characters including “Iron Man 3” on May 3, 2013; “Thor: The Dark World ” on November 8, 2013; “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” on April 4, 2014; and the currently-untitled sequel to “Marvel's The Avengers,” the third highest grossing film of all time, on May 1, 2015.

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