Images from the New York City set of the Marvel film reveal most of the ensemble cast in one location, provide the best look yet at Hawkeye's costume, and give us a good indication of Stan Lee's cameo. Warning: Potential spoilers!
More photos from the Cleveland set of the Marvel film show Captain America fighting two men wearing motion-capture sensors, as well as a jewelry store where Tom Hiddleston was reportedly spotted. Warning: Potential spoilers!
Filming of a battle scene began this morning at a debris-strewn Cleveland intersection that's been transformed into New York City's 42nd Street for the Joss Whedon-directed film.
On the final day of Comic-Con International, Marvel released concept art of the Hulk, completing a seven-piece interconnecting poster series for The Avengers
Bootleg footage of the post-credits sequence of Captain America: The First Avenger has made its way online, revealing the first teaser for Marvel's summer 2012 tentpole, The Avengers.
Although Marvel won't have a presentation for The Avengers in Hall H of Comic-Con International, the studio reportedly will have a major floor presence using S.H.I.E.L.D. set pieces from the movie. There are also rumors of signings by the cast and the possibility of a teaser trailer.
As the Licensing International Expo kicks off today in Las Vegas, the first promotional poster surfaces for The Avengers, showing an artist's realistic rendition of the assembled team. The Joss Whedon-directed film opens on May 4, 2012.
An anonymous source contacted Obsessed With Film, offering to sell Samuel L. Jackson's copy of The Avengers shooting script.
The studio has officially announced the beginning of principal photography, releasing the first photo from the Albuquerque set and confirming that Tom Hiddleston will reprise his role as Loki in the Joss Whedon-directed ensemble film.
A hirsute Mark Ruffalo reveals the motion-capture version of the Green Goliath "will just be a bigger avatar version" of him, and sport scars, wrinkles and body hair.
Mark Ruffalo has revealed he'll play Bruce Banner and the Incredible Hulk in The Avengers, thanks to motion-capture technology similar to what was used in Avatar. Directed by Joss Whedon, the 3-D movie opens on May 4, 2012.
Word now is that Marvel Studios has reached a deal with Mark Ruffalo, clearing the way for him to play Bruce Banner -- and to appear with the rest of The Avengers cast at Saturday afternoon's Comic-Con International panel.