Best. News. Ever.
the man the myth the legend responsible for writing and directing The Avengers has signed up to give audiences more of the same.
Furthermore, Joss, a.k.a. the guy who created Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly, is returning to his small screen roots in an attempt to help ABC develop a live action TV show that exists in the same comic book universe.
Marvel bigwigs announced the fantabulous news in a statement on Monday, saying:
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Comic-Con 2012 is just ONE WEEK away and we're happy to report that there will be PLENTY of panels to keep the film geeks happy. In fact, Saturday's schedule alone is worth the price of admission for the entire weekend!
For starters, Quentin Tarantino has secured a Saturday slot in Hall H to screen scenes from his upcoming revenge flick, Django Unchained.
Marvel will also be showing off Iron Man 3 as well as "an inside look at the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe." We hope that means special guests will be discussing Thor 2, Captain America 2 and maybe Edgar Wright's Ant-Man, since Tony Stark's latest solo adventure is rumored to be providing a launching pad for Marvel's newest adaptation.
Warner Bros. will be screening their
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After the success of The Avengers, Marvel and Disney would be crazy NOT to use every movie they make to set up another one.
Much like what Thor did for Captain America or what Iron Man 2 did for The Avengers, sources are suggesting that Iron Man 3 will have a NEW hero cameo to set up another franchise.
Which Marvel hero, you ask?
To answer that question, we must first discuss
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Add him to The Avengers list! (possibly…)
We're hearing rumors this morning that A-list actor Adrien Brody has been snagged to star in not only the much-anticipated Joss Whedon helmed Avengers flick, but also a solo superhero franchise.
Sources are suggesting that Adrien will step into the suit of Ant-Man, a scientist turned superhero who can change his size from giant to ant at will.
Considering his work with Predators, we imagine Adrien would be game for such a role. Still doesn't mean it is a done deal though.
Marvel? Joss? Anyone care to comment???
[Image via WENN.]
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