Disney has released the full details, box art and trailer for the Sept. 25 Blu-ray and DVD release of Marvel’s The Avengers, the $1.44 billion blockbuster directed by Joss Whedon.
The Avengers director Joss Whedon says he’s unsure about returning to helm the sequel to Marvel’s $1-billion blockbuster, admitting, “It’s an enormous amount of work telling what is ultimately somebody else’s story.”
The extra post-credits scene shot three weeks ago following the world premiere of The Avengers will be shown beginning this weekend as the Marvel film arrives in U.S. theaters.
Although Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige essentially dismissed the likelihood of a third Hulk movie, Marvel’s president of consumer products suggests that initial response to the character in The Avengers could lead to another solo outing within three years.
The two latest international TV spots for Marvel’s The Avengers highlight Chris Evans as Captain America and Mark Rufallo as the Incredible Hulk. The Joss Whedon-directed film opens May 4.
Mark Ruffalo’s Bruce Banner and Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow star in the seventh clip from Marvel’s The Avengers. The Joss Whedon-directed film opens May 4.
At the European premiere of The Avengers, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige downplayed Robert Downey Jr.’s comments about an additional scene, and addressed which studio controls the rights to Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch.
The Avengers star Mark Ruffalo said he hopes there will be another Incredible Hulk solo film: “Why don’t we start an online petition for a Hulk movie?”
Although The Avengers director Joss Whedon insists otherwise, stars Robert Downey Jr. and Mark Ruffalo confirm the cast was to reassemble Thursday, a day after the film’s world premiere in Los Angeles, to shoot one more scene for the theatrical release.
A new still from director Joss Whedon’s The Avengers showcases just how much the CGI Hulk resembles actor Mark Ruffalo, right down to the hair. The Marvel film opens May 4.
Marvel has debuted two new television spots for director Joss Whedon’s The Avengers, one spotlighting Captain America’s leap into the modern era, the other on Hulk doing what he does best.