It was Day 1 and we already had spoken with Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston, and then it was time to get the Big Kahuna, Marvel Studios' President of Production Kevin Feige, because if anyone would be able to give us the skinny on the studios' biggest movie to date, it would be the guy who had been building up to the release of this movie for over five years.
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Comic book writer Mark Millar is currently the belle of Hollywood’s ball. A number of his titles are being optioned for potential big-screen treatments, from Nemesis to Superior and The Secret Service . The last two are on the radar of Matthew Vaughn, director of yet another Millar property, Kick-Ass .
Let the speculation begin! Via Box Office Mojo , Disney has released a schedule of upcoming films to shareholders and investors that shows two new Marvel movies having the scheduled dates of 5/16/14 and 6/27/14 to be exact. What do you think these two movies are going to be? We've recently received reports that an Ant-Man script was just turned in [ Ant-Man Update ].
Just the other day we reported that Marvel is moving forward with a feature film based on the lesser-known (and more mystical) character of Doctor Strange . With the studio quickly running out of A-list superheroes that carry instant name-recognition with general audiences, the idea of them digging into their back-catalog makes sense. Well now it looks like Doctor Strange is just the beginning, as Twitch Film reports that Marvel is currently in active development on a Guardians of the Galaxy feature film.
Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images Columbia isn’t even done shooting The Amazing Spider-Man , its Spider-Man reboot, but it has already begun working on a sequel. James Vanderbilt , who penned Amazing , will be back behind the keyboard for the continuation of the new movie franchise. Vanderbilt had a meeting with the Spider-Man filmmakers and studio execs yesterday outlining his take, getting a thumbs up, and will now begin writing.
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