Marvel Entertainment’s Jeph Loeb reveals the studio will follow the release of Iron Man: Rise of Technovore with an animated direct-to-DVD movie featuring Black Widow and the Punisher.
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Asked who would win in a fight between Black Widow and Buffy Summers, The Avengers director Joss Whedon responds with an elaborately choreographed “first guess.”
A new international poster has debuted for Marvel’s The Avengers, featuring a collage of character shots we’ve already seen. The Joss Whedon-directed film opens May 4.
Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Hawkeye, Nick Fury, Black Widow and Loki make the first cut of The Avengers MiniMates from Diamond Select Toys.
X-Men screenwriter David Hayter reveals why Lionsgate scuttled its plans in 2006 for a Black Widow solo movie, and what it would’ve been about.
On the final day of Comic-Con International, Marvel released concept art of the Hulk, completing a seven-piece interconnecting poster series for The Avengers
If Kevin Feige’s recent interview is to be believed, Marvel Studios is already hard at work on their fourth wave of movies – After the first wave of Iron Man and Incredible Hulk, second wave of Iron Man 2, Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger and Avengers and the mysterious third wave of Runaways, Ant Man and whatever else may be in the pipeline. The problem? Well, the size of this new range, for one thing.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige reveals that, in addition to sequels for Thor and Captain America and solo projects for Black Widow and Hawkeye, he has hopes for a movie centering on the spy organization led by Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury.
I’m just going to go ahead and say it: I think that Marvel’s Black Widow is the most important female super-hero out there right now. It’s not because of her powers, or because of her history, but because she’s looking like the most likely candidate for first female super-hero to get her own movie anytime soon, now that DC has seemingly relegated Wonder Woman to television. Is it just me, or is something wrong with this picture?
With the announcement on Monday that Marvel has at last established a television division, with veteran writer Jeph Loeb at the helm, our thoughts turn to which of the company’s characters are ready to make the leap to live-action television.