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Paul Rudd & Peyton Reed Address Edgar Wright’s Exit; Watch Over 20 Minutes Of ‘Ant-Man Interviews The elephant in the room was not largely addressed during Marvel’s Comic-Con “Ant-Man” panel. Onstage, there was little talk of the older iteration of “Ant-Man” that was going to be directed by a filmmaker you might have heard of named Edgar Wright (though there was a guy loyally standing outside of the convention center all day with a sign that said “Edgar Wright was right”).

Comic-Con 2014: Marvel Reveals Hulkbuster Arm & Damaged Ultron We may be finished with Comic-Con 2014, and while the big Marvel panel was Saturday evening, that didn't stop the comic book studio from giving fans a couple more surprises. Earlier this week, several intriguing items from Marvel's cinematic universe hit the Marvel booth (like Loki's staff and Black Widow's slick new motorcycle), but today, the studio actually showed off a few pieces from The Avengers: Age of Ultron. One was the fist of Tony Stark's Hulkbuster armor used to keep the big guy in check when he gets a little out of control.

Ant-Man Movie – Who Is Darren Cross? Just announced at Comic-Con, Corey Stoll will be the bad guy in the new Ant-Man movie. He will be playing Darren Cross. Now Cross is not a new character, he is actually vital to the origin of the Scott Lang version of Ant-Man and since that is who Paul Rudd is playing, it makes sense to have Cross as the villain.

Another Round Of AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON Cast Interviews; Thanos, Black Widow/Hulk, More Get More: Movie Trailers, Celebrity News Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron stars Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Cobie Smulders Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Olsen, with Paul Bettany, Samuel L. Jackson, and James Spader. The film is set for release on May 1, 2015.

Here's Marvel's Ant-Man Comic Con Poster San Diego Comic-Con has begun, and Marvel's first reveal is upon us with a Comic-Con poster for Ant-Man. Take a look: Ant-Man!So it seems clear we can expect some Ant-Man action at Marvel's Hall H panel at the show this Saturday. The image comes from EW and is "pre-production concept art specifically made for San Diego Comic-Con." Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas are present and accounted for, but the big takeaway here? Ant-Man is riding on a flying ant! We're getting a big-budget Hollywood movie where a superhero rides on a flying ant! What more can you ask for? Continue reading…

Marvel Releases Two 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Concept Art Posters There's been a plethora of hype for The Avengers: Age of Ultron over the past week, but that's because we're about to see the first bit of footage from the sequel here at Comic-Con in San Diego. The movie won't arrive until next summer, but Marvel loves to hype up their future releases (as we've seen since they're staking out dates way ahead of time). But this is all good news for fans, because it means they can get their hands on some cool commemorative stuff like two concept art posters that were handed out at the convention today at Marvel's booth.

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Marvel Announces Another Untitled Release for 2018

variety.com – Marvel has announced the release date for another untitled film, this one dated May 4, 2018. The news comes less than a week after Disney and Marvel staked out five other dates from 2017 to 2019. The May 4, 2018 slot was vacated Wednesday morning by Sony when the studio disclosed it had undated “The... 6 days 4 hours ago via brucelee

Edgar Wright Will Make Long-Gestating 'Baby Driver' Next May 2014 wasn’t a good month for filmmaker Edgar Wright. The director decided to painfully walk away from Marvel’s “Ant-Man” film, a project he had spearheaded to make with the then-fledgling company and spent eight years developing it. The move was heartache for the director, but as Marvel wanted something … potentially a lot more compromised, so Wright had to stick to his guns and bow out.

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Corey Stoll talks Ant-Man script Corey Stoll was cast in Ant-Man just before Edgar Wright left the project, but while the actor might be forgiven for feeling disappointed to see his director jump ship, he’s still extremely excited about how the film is going to turn out. “I’m absolutely thrilled,” says Stoll of his role in the film. “Reading the script – the script that Edgar wrote, and the script that there is now – it’s insane that this movie hasn’t been made before.”  “Obviously, you need the technology because it needs to look great.

Marvel Adds Five Films to Its Release Calendar

12:50 PM 7/21/2014 by Jeff Giles
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Marvel plays the information game about as well as any studio in Hollywood, parsing out tidbits at their leisure and generally getting everyone worked up over the smallest possible amount of news at any given time. We can now add a fresh chapter to their ongoing story of press mastery:

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