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COMIC REEL: “Ant-Man” Trailer Details Revealed; Roth Talks Abomination’s Scrapped “Age Of Ultron” Cameo

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COMIC REEL: “Ant-Man” Trailer Details Revealed; Roth Talks Abomination’s Scrapped “Age Of Ultron” Cameo

ANT-MAN

Collider has the first details about “Ant-Man’s” upcoming trailer. According to the site, the Alberta Film Classification Board gave “Ant-Man’s” trailer a PG rating revealed that it has a runtime of one minute and 48-seconds. There is still no official word as to when the trailer will arrive.

Even without a trailer, new promotional artwork has been spotted by Comic Book Movie. The image shows off the designs for Ant-Man and his foe Yellowjacket.

Opens July 17, 2015

AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.

As part of their best of 2014 coverage, Entertainment Weekly talked to “S.H.I.E.L.D.” fight choreographer Matt Mullins, stunt coordinator Tanner Gill and stunt performer Samantha Jo about the series’ show-stopping May vs. May fight.

“Usually you only have to learn one side, so you can just drill that into your head and have that muscle memory and be good to go,” said Jo. “But for this fight, for both Ming and myself, we had to learn both sides of the fight. And we knew on the day we were filming that we’d have to be changing our wardrobe back and forth. So we’d be going to one side of the fight, to the other side of the fight, back to the other side, and we just wanted to make sure we were safe about it. Because if we spaced out and started doing the other side again, we didn’t want anyone to get hurt. So that’s why we trained together. We were doing two sessions twice a week, anywhere from two to five hours at Ming’s house just trying to get as physically ready and as mentally ready as possible. But thankfully, we’d already done so many episodes together by that point that we were super comfortable, and we know each other’s body movements.”

Here’s the fight, in case you missed it.

Returns in March on ABC

AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON

Crave Online has an interview with actor Tim Roth where he revealed that Abomination, the villain he played in 2008’s “Incredible Hulk,” nearly made a return appearance in “Avengers: Age of Ultron.”

“They were going to do it,” said Roth about Abomination’s return. “They did do that. They were thinking, in ‘The Avengers 2’ or something. There was a movie we could do that at one point, but way back when. It just kind of got swept under the carpet I guess. That would be hilarious.”

Opens May 1, 2015

CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER

ILM has posted a new video breaking down the visual effects magic they worked on “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” You can see how some of the film’s elaborate action scenes came to be in the clip below.

INHUMANS

Following a successful turn as the voice of Groot in “Guardians of the Galaxy,” Vin Diesel has hinted that he may return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Diesel posted a piece of fan art to his Facebook page that ties him to Marvel’s upcoming “Inhumans.”

Before being announced as the voice of Groot, Diesel posted a classic pic of the anthropomorphic tree to social media. He was also relatively transparent about his initial meetings with Marvel and posted about them as they happened. “Inhumans” has no cast or director attached yet.

Opens November 2, 2018

THE WALKING DEAD

Deadline has published a list of the most pirated shows of 2014, which includes a number of comic book adaptations. “The Walking Dead” came in second after “Game of Thrones” with an estimated 8.1 million illegal downloads. “Gotham” and “Arrow” also made the top ten with 3.2 and 2.9 million illegal downloads, respectively.

Airs Sundays on AMC

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