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‘Avengers 2’ Confirmed for Summer 2015, Could Be Eyeing May 1 Release (x)

A few days ago, Variety broke the internet with the announcement that Joss Whedon would be returning to write and direct The Avengers 2. Now Marvel has confirmed that the film will arrive in theaters in the summer of 2015. MTV has gone as far as to suggest that May 1 could be the exact date, though Marvel hasn’t gone that far in their release date announcement.

"Marvel has a very set agenda of what they want to do, they are already kind of ahead of the game [on the sequel] because they’ve got the guy that did it before doing it again and something tells me Joss already has the template [for the film]," the source told them. “In terms of the time frame, I think that it is well in the works. … It looks like the release date might be May 1, 2015, but that can change depending on people’s schedules. The beauty ofThe Avengers is that you’ve got so many people in this that even during the shoot if someone has to do another film they can just focus on [other characters].”

All signs also point to Ant-Man being the third film in Marvel slate of films arriving in 2014 to go along with Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy.

Regardless of what the exact release date is, we do know that the film is confirmed for summer 2015 and will pick up from where Guardians of the Galaxy leaves off.
 



When Natasha Romanoff and Bruce Banner are blasted to a lower deck of the Helicarrier, it triggers Banner’s transformation into the Hulk. As he is transforming, he falls from a platform to the floor. On the floor is painted “WARNING CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE” with small arrows, which happen to be pointing to Banner. 



This was probably the best scene in ‘The Avengers’… 

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Released by the Alamo Drafthouse’s collectible art boutique, the new posters are part of a series of seven commissioned in honor of “The Avengers.”

For Black Widow, Mondo got famed designer Olly Moss to create the minimalist poster. The striking red-black-and-white print features a profile of Johansson’s face, with her red lips replaced with a gun. The tag line reads: “From Russia with Gun,” a play on both the famed James Bond movie as well as Widow’s origins. Moss has previously designed artwork for “Star Wars,” “There Will Be Blood” and Marvel films “Thor” and “Captain America: The First Avenger.”

The Hawkeye poster was designed by Tom Whalen and features Hawkeye with his familiar bow. (x)




 Check out Marvel’s The Avengers movie poster in LEGO form! Assemble for this exclusive poster, available in select movie theaters across the country on May 4 while supplies last!

Check out Marvel’s The Avengers movie poster in LEGO form! Assemble for this exclusive poster, available in select movie theaters across the country on May 4 while supplies last!



The Avengers: Behind the Scenes Look





"By not trying to [top it]. By being smaller. More personal, more painful. By being the next thing that should happen to these characters, and not just a rehash of what seemed to work the first time. By having a theme that is completely fresh and organic to itself. I want to know what makes them tick, what makes them flawed, what makes them fight — and ultimately, what makes them awesome. I go to these movies for those moments when the heroes define themselves, either through action or deliciously overwritten speeches." —

Joss Whedon on what he would do if he were to direct the sequel to The Avengers



Avengers are assembling…







New Photos from Marvel’s The Avengers




 “For the first 10 minutes after you meet them, they have the wattage and charisma of movie stars. Then you have a coffee with them and you realize we’re all the same, we’re all just people. All of the actors in ‘The Avengers’ are so nice. Marvel has these code names for projects and the code name for ‘The Avengers’ was Group Hug. It felt very much like a group hug on set.”             -Tom Hiddleston

“For the first 10 minutes after you meet them, they have the wattage and charisma of movie stars. Then you have a coffee with them and you realize we’re all the same, we’re all just people. All of the actors in ‘The Avengers’ are so nice. Marvel has these code names for projects and the code name for ‘The Avengers’ was Group Hug. It felt very much like a group hug on set.”
            -Tom Hiddleston