AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON
Here are some low-res, but still exciting to watch, clips from Avengers: Age of Ultron, one with Scarlett Johansson‘s Black Widow asking Mark Ruffalo‘s Bruce Banner about trust, and Chris Hemsworth‘s Thor making things humorously worse…
…and the other in which Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye trying to get a shot on Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s Quicksilver.
Now we have some hi-res clips from the movie, including an extended clip of one that we’ve probably seen before in which almost all the team try the challenge of lifting Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir, with no success…sort of.
The following shows a clip aired on ABC where Cobie Smulders‘ Maria Hill briefs Chris Evans‘ Captain America on the Maximoff twins and how they got their abilities, reintroducing the audience to a familiar name from the X-Men series.
A continuation of Joss Whedon‘s interview with The Watcher, Joss talks about his favorite filming moment.
Costumer designer Alexandra Byrne talks about outfitting the characters in more practical “workout” gear outside of their superhero suits by joining with Under Armour.
The actors also talk about the costumer changes on the superhero suits.
Another featurette focuses on the team’s dynamics.
And one more Avengers: Age of Ultron spot that gives you a glimpse of War Machine.
More images, including one of Don Cheadle and James Rhodes/War Machine, and Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson/Falcon.
BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE
Check out the video from behind-the-scenes filming of Deadpool in Vancouver City.
And most likely the stunt double doing in costumer showing off some moves.
Here are a couple of “first look” images of Will Smith as Suicide Squad‘s Deadshot.
And Jared Leto’s just loving the chance to show off his Joker look.
A day after the announcement was made that Michelle MacLaren had left Wonder Woman for creative differences, Patty Jenkins has taken over the directing role. Ironically enough, Jenkins was originally set to direct Thor: The Dark World, but left due to creative differences.
Let’s see if DC will be able to hold on to this director, and make her the first female to direct a superhero movie.