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Words are, the Mad Titan creator Jim Starlin reveals that the dealmaking for the villain's appearance in the 'Avengers' sequel and the space heroes movie with Marvel has been sealed.
Saying that 'the creation of the team [in the first movie] is not happy ending,' the 'Much Ado About Nothing' helmer plans to 'dig a little deeper' and 'twist that knife' for the 'Avengers' sequel.
The actress playing Tony Stark's assistant in the 'Iron Man' film franchise admits that she's hesitant to reprise her role, stating, 'I don't know, I'm getting old for this s***.'
The studio announces the latest Marvel movie to get a fixed release date, revealing as well the tentative title.
While Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Pictures refuse to confirm the speculation, an insider reveals that the sequel will be released in the summer of 2015 depending on the actors' schedule.
Walt Disney Pictures CEO has announced that Whedon will helm 'Avengers 2' as part of 'an exclusive deal with Marvel Studios' through the end of June 2015.
Admitting that right now he's just enjoying his 'Firefly' reunion, Whedon states, 'I have not come to a decision on directing Avengers 2 yet.'
She has reportedly been offered 13 million pounds to reprise her role as Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow in the sequel.
Marvel Studios' exec Jeremy Latcham reveals his interest to make a Dr. Strange film and doesn't rule out the possibility that the character would appear in 'Avengers 2'.
Though he's still not sure about reprising his helming duty for 'Avengers 2', Whedon opens up that he already has 'a bunch of ideas, and they all seem really cool' for the sequel.
Admitting that the Walt Disney Pictures is pleased with the big success of the Marvel film, Iger says that the Earth's Mightiest Heroes movie is set to 'get a number of other films and franchises.'