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Did Drew Pearce confirm Joss Whedon as the director for The Avengers 3?

joblo.com – Many assume Joss Whedon will be back to direct THE AVENGERS 3, but there's no guarantee he will return for another film with the superhero team. There's a very good chance Whedon will helm THE AVENGERS 3, however as far as we know, he hasn't signed a deal for a third film yet.

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Drew Pearce Compares Tone of Marvel’s ‘Runaways’ To ‘Godfather’

screenrant.com – After Iron Man 2 hit theaters in 2010, every year following was planned to feature two theatrical releases per year by Marvel Studios. It began with Captain America: The First Avenger and Thor in 2011, and in 2012 we were going to see The Avengers and Runaways. The latter of course, was set to begin shooting in early 2011 but ended up not happening as Marvel – still an incredibly young production house – focused all of its resources on their flagship, brand-defining team-up project. 7 years 8 weeks ago via jetli

Writer Drew Pearce Says 'Runaways' Movie Still Possible In A Post-'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Marvel Universe

fb.indiewire.com – Exclusive: Earlier today we got a chance to chat with Drew Pearce, the British screenwriter who co-scripted last summer's "Iron Man 3," and who has written and directed a short follow-up of sorts, a Marvel One-Shot entitled "All Hail the King." We'll have more from that interview in anticipation of the short film's debut on the "Thor: 7 years 10 weeks ago via brucelee

Drew Pearce Talks About His Unproduced Marvel Screenplays

feedproxy.google.com – "Iron Man 3" and "All Hail The King" screenwriter reveals some of the Marvel projects he's worked on that didn't end up happening. 7 years 11 weeks ago via donnieyen

IRON MAN 3 Writer Drew Pearce On The Pressures Of Penning MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 5

comicbookmovie.com – "Well, the challenge is pretty clear, which is that you have to be better than the four which came before you and they've already used a bunch of ideas that are probably really good for a Mission Impossible movie. I think that's also kind of exciting because you learn from those four. 7 years 31 weeks ago via theothersenhman

Christopher McQuarrie Confirmed for 'Mission: Impossible 5'

11:08 AM 8/6/2013 by Jeff Giles
Christopher McQuarrie and Tom Cruise
After weeks of rumors, it's official: Christopher McQuarrie will take the helm of the Mission: Impossible series for the franchise's fifth installment.

Drew Pearce To Pen Fifth "Mission"

darkhorizons.com – "Iron Man 3" and "Pacific Rim" co-writer Drew Pearce is set to pen the next installment in the "Mission: Impossible" franchise at Paramount Pictures, Bad Robot and Skydance Productions. Plot details are being kept under wraps. Christopher McQuarrie ("Jack Reacher") is in discussions to direct the project. Tom Cruise will star in and produce the film which aims to begin shooting this Fall once Cruise wraps "The Man From U.N.C.L.E." at Warners. 7 years 49 weeks ago via donnieyen

'Iron Man 3' Review: What's Under the Shell?

7:38 PM 5/3/2013 by Jeff Giles
Iron Man 3
If first acts counted for everything, then Iron Man 3 would be a flawless five-star extravaganza of comic book fun: A sequel that starts off by accentuating its franchise's ruthlessly charming star, a fleet-footed action flick that drives the viewer around the world and sets up the stakes before the first 10 minutes have elapsed, and a tightly scripted, quip-laden techno-farce with loads of physical comedy, no shortage of off-handedly funny pop culture references, and even a little thought-provoking subtext in the bargain.

Shane Black Hints at Surprises for Chinese Version of 'Iron Man 3'

9:41 AM 4/26/2013 by Jeff Giles
Iron Man 3
Book your tickets to Beijing, folks: we already knew Marvel was preparing a special cut of Iron Man 3 for Chinese audiences, but according to recent comments made by director Shane Black, it sounds like it could contain more than just minor differences.

'Iron Man 3' Writers Wanted to Foreshadow Tony Stark's Alcoholism

8:43 AM 4/22/2013 by Jeff Giles
Tony Stark
Decades ago, Marvel staked its claim to comics readers' budgets by creating fully realized heroes -- characters whose messy personal lives often stood in marked contrast to the noble pictures their alter egos presented to the public -- and perhaps none were more painfully drawn than Tony Stark, the wealthy industrialist driven to a life of crimefighting after being physically crippled by bomb shards during a war his weapons helped wage.
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