All the big Marvel heroes have gotten their own movie: Iron Man, Captain America, the Incredible Hulk. Now it’s time for Marvel’s tiniest hero to have his time in the spotlight. Ant-Man has hit theaters in a big way and Major Spoilers has your review!
During our latest Major Spoilers podcast, we discussed the recent revelations concerning the role of Ant-Man, and also the fact that for many years, Ant-Man was the front half of a duo as inextricably linked as Hawk & Dove or Batman & Robin. During our discussion, though, we found that we returned more than once to that secondary question of how to cast and utilize Henry Pym’s other half, the wondrous Wasp. Similar Waspy discussions are being had in nerdly forums around the world, but one question seems to often be going un-asked, which prompts today’s quarrelsome query… The MS-QOTD
As all of you are surely aware and excited about, Edgar Wright is the director for the coming Ant-Man movie from Marvel. While not scheduled to release until 2015, Wright is busy doing all the prep work he can, which apparently means watching Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. What could this mean for the upcoming flick? Speculation after the jump.
Ten Years ago we were given a real breath of fresh undead air with the genius, scary and damned hilarious Shaun Of The Dead. Hot Fuzz came next, which was action packed and bloody funny. Now the Cornetto Trilogy closes out with The World’s End, a sci-fi tale of friendship and individuality. But is it funny?
Simon Pegg spent some time at the Marvel offices yesterday, and had to tweet some pics out just to show off that he was there. A trio of pics have surfaced, one of which lends itself to rumors of why Simon was there. Take the jump to figure that out.
After the Wellington premiere of The World’s End Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson sat down with World’s End director Edgar Wright and stars Simon Pegg and Nick Frost to discuss the filming process and other bits that went in to creating the final film in the Cornetto trilogy.
Edgar Wright brought the idea of an Ant-Man movie to Marvel and it apparently had so much potential they decided to throw it into the new Marvel Movie Universe. It seems that early footage of the film has leaked on to the Internet, so hurry up and watch the video before the suits yank it down! UPDATE: Less than an hour and Disney has taken it down. Sorry, but if you saw it, you now have an idea of what Edgar Wright is planning. UPDATE 2: Vimeo has the video now, so you have yet another chance to watch the
The duo that created the Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy that started with Shaun of the Dead are well underway of creating their final installment titled The World’s End. We saw a teaser poster for the film this summer, but now there is an official poster. See it after the jump.
Press Release Working Title Films and Big Talk Productions have commenced filming on The World’s End, the third installment of Edgar Wright’s trilogy of comedies, following the successes Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Hot Fuzz (2007). The new movie is filming in the U.K. As with the first two movies in the trilogy, Universal Pictures International (UPI) will distribute The World’s End internationally and Focus Features will distribute it in North America.