Though the follow-up to Captain America: The Winter Soldier still hasn't actually been given the go-ahead, already Marvel is planning for how next a guy will use a shield to beat all the bad guys. Variety reports the studio is looking at bringing Winter Soldier directors Joe and Anthony Russo back for another sequel. It's said Marvel is impressed how the directors of You, Me and Dupree have improved, and that test screenings for Captain America 2 have been quite strong. The decision to follow-through on a trilogy will, of course, depend on their April release making the ton of money everyone figures it will, but Marvel and the Russos seem confident, so that's good news for that film. We may not have to switch heroic allegiance to Captain Phillips.
- Saving themselves the trouble of paying for Anthony Mackie's ticket to Comic Con, Marvel waited until today to reveal Mackie is in talks to run around with Chris Evans in Captain America: Winter Soldier. The actor is reportedly up for the part of Falcon, a longtime Captain Am... / Continue →
After months of consideration, Marvel Studios has decided the directors of You, Me and Dupree are the ones to guide another towheaded warrior in his fight against Nazis. (Did you not catch that Owen Wilson, Matt Dillon, and Kate Hudson's You, Me and Dupree characters were, resp... / Continue →
Though Marvel has yet to decide who's going to direct Captain America 2, the studio has at least figured out that they would like to start making some money on this thing within the next couple years. Marvel and parent company Walt Disney Studios have set an April 4, 2014 relea... / Continue →