The U.S. premiere of Earth's Mightiest Movie draws closer every day and actors Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans are already looking to their Marvel movie futures with "Thor 2" and "Captain America 2," hoping to cameo in each other's films. In an interview with MTV Splash Page, Hemsworth and Evans claimed they knew nothing about the upcoming sequels but expressed enthusiasm at cameoing in each other's films.
Kevin Feige spoke with CBR News about the future of the Marvel Movieverse.
"It's been [planned since] 2006, 2007 and that's just sort of actively planning, we've been dreaming about it for years and years before that," Feige told CBR. "I mean, the truth is part of me had a few moments watching the movie last night with an audience -- there were a few moments of a feeling of accomplishment and a feeling of achievement, but just before I could pat myself on the back too much I have 'Iron Man 3' starting in two weeks, I have my 'Thor 2' director starting -- it's a massive operation that we want to continue and we want to thrive, so there's never been at Marvel Studios a sense of resting on laurels."
Also, courtesy of Spinoff Online, here's the newest clip from "The Avengers" featuring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury and Tom Hiddleston as Loki.
And a second clip, this time featuring an Iron Man/Thor face-off in the forest.
Meanwhile, Comic Book Movie spoke with Chris Hemsworth about his fight with the Hulk, saying it was the fight he was "most excited about."
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Spinoff Online has posted two new poster images for Marc Webb's "Amazing Spider-Man" reboot.
In an interview with Yahoo! Movies, Marc Webb mentioned he cast Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker because of the way he ate a burger.