But we go get an official logo, just as we have with the previous mentioned new Marvel movies.
Regarding the footage, here is a description from the Marvel Live Feed, Via io9:
And Wright showed us some test footage he shot featuring Ant-Man! And despite some rough spots, including bluescreen and unfinished effects, it was absolutely clear that Ant-Man can look badass and tough, rather than just being a joke character.
Basically it’s a scene where two figures in sunglasses are guarding an elevator door â€” and Ant-Man comes out of a ventilator grill, at tiny size. He runs up the hallway at small scale, and then suddenly becomes fullsize in front of the guards. They pull out their guns â€” but Ant-Man’s already tiny again, and he’s running along the guard’s gun. He jumps and punches the guard in the face, using all his actual weight to knock the guy out. Then he grows big again and flips the other guard over and throws him into a window. The rapid shapechanging and ultra-violence makes him look just fantastically tough.
Oh, and the costume looks pretty stylish, with the classic ant-mandible mask, but also a darker suit. Not so much red, more like something that could fit in on the S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier. Wright says he wanted the costume to “mix the silver age and the contemporary look of the character.”
Now, not only do we get a second verification of Ant-Man â€” but Thor 2 as well as the Guardians of the Galaxy movie.
Seems the official title for Thor 2 will be revealed as IGN is “hearing” that the title is “Thor: The Darkest World.” They also state the film’s first footage will be revealed as well.
Not only that, but they corroborate the previous mention of the Ant-Man movie and also state a Guardians of the Galaxy movie is forthcoming at the panel.
Stay tuned, the panel is in a few.
Saturday July 14
Marvel Studios: Iron Man 3
Producer Kevin Feige and special guests provide an inside look at the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe.
6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Pacific
Thor 2 hammers into theaters November 8th, 2013 directed by Alan Taylor (Game of Thrones), starring Chris Hemsworth as Thor, Natalie Portman as Jane Foster, Tom Hiddleston as Loki, Idris Elba as Heimidall, Zachary Levi as Fandral and Jaimie Alexander as Sif.
Head on over to the Cosmic Book NewsThor movie hub for images, news and more.
Nathan Fillion has been the long time choice among fans to play Ant-Man.
And with a possible Ant-Man movie on the horizon, we get word from the actor currently starring in ABC’s Castle about playing the tiny role.
At the recent HeroComplex Film Festival a screening of Serenity was held, which was directed by The Avengershelmer Joss Whedon, and Fillion was asked about playing Ant-Man (Via FirstShowing).
Someone asked if he wants to play Ant-Man in Edgar Wright’s upcoming Marvel film, and he shrugged and said, “did you ever just love Ant-Man? Not me.”
Now I Can’t say I disagree with Fillion’s feelings about Ant-Man, but Fillion also stated he’s not interested in anything with a Wonder Woman movie, but would be with a film adaptation of the popular Uncharted video game.
However, in keeping with Marvel Studios, Nathan Fillion would be the obvious choice to play Star-Lord, Peter Quill, in the Guardians of the Galaxy Movie as Star-Lord is Marvel’s Han Solo â€” a similar character Fillion played in Whedon’sFirefly (which Serenity spun off).
Going one step further, Joss Whedon said he is unsure if he wants to direct The Avengers sequel; however, seeing how Whedon included Thanos in the post-credit scene, which the Mad Titan is said to be next seen in the Guardians of the Galaxy movie â€” how about a Joss Whedon directed Guardians of the Galaxy movie? In addition, Whedon said he is a big fan of the Marvel Cosmic stories with Thanos and Adam Warlock.
While just speculation on my part, having the director of the most popular movie off all time on a relative unknown like Guardians of the Galaxy might help just a tad bit. Don’t you think? Of course re-united with Fillion isn’t too bad, either. Adam Baldwin as Drax, anyone?
[[wysiwyg_imageupload:745:]]While many Marvel Cosmic fans may be feeling currently a bit slighted as their favorite books and characters have seemingly taken a back seat as of late, there are at least two cosmic titles at Marvel that are definitely worth a read.
FF and Fantastic Four are currently written by Jonathan Hickman, and the two books are heavily cosmic oriented.
Just this past week saw Galactus take on four — that’s four — Celestials. In addition, Johnny Storm recently returned from the Negative Zone with a young Annihilus in tow, Ronan of the Kree has been butting heads with Black Bolt and his Inhumans, and the KreeSupremor has returned as well.
Of course, while they don’t feature the cosmic greats that fans have come to know and love from the previous regime, with Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning (now how damn good was Thanos Imperative?!), Hickman does hint at things to come.
Speaking with CBR, Hickman is asked if his Fantastic Four will feature any more of the Kree, notably the Protector and Captain Marvel, as they will be appearing in Rick Remender’sSecret Avengers.
Well, I’m a big fan of all the Cosmic Marvel stuff. I think there’s a lot there that is worth mining and reintroducing or revisiting. And I think people that are fans of the Cosmic line of stuff are going to be really, really happy with where we’re heading — not just with the FF but in the broader Marvel U plans that I’m included in. It’s going to be very exciting for fans of all things Kree, all things Shi’ar and all things cosmic in the next year.
Speaking of cosmic, Marvel EIC Axel Alonso again mentions Nova, and how excited he is for the character.
A large part of the reason I’m so excited about Nova and Ant-Man in 2012 is the creators involved.
Three new Marvel Comics Season One titles have been announced including Ant-Man: Season One by Tom DeFalco and Horacio Domingues, on-sale in July 2012, and Hulk: Season One by Fred Van Lente and Tom Fowler, on-sale in August 2012.
While I really haven’t been looking forward to any of the previously announced stand alone “modern retellings,” the above two as well as the following Season One title does hold my interest!
From the start, the premise of this book was a bit thin. A man seemingly dying of terminal cancer discovers that not only does he not have cancer, but that the “tumor” in his brain is actually a vastly powerful alien symbiote that gives him tremendous powers both mental and physical. A miracle and a …
The premise of this book, if you arenâ€™t familiar, is that a man seemingly dying of terminal cancer discovers that not only does he not have cancer, but that the â€œtumorâ€ in his brain is actually a vastly powerful alien symbiote that gives him tremendous powers – both mental and physical. This, as these things tend to do, leads him into a world he had no idea existed full of super-powered killers and super scientists determined to rule the world. Or possibly save it. Depends which scientist weâ€™re talking about here.
The first issue of this book was fairly good. I was skeptical when I first heard of it, but Michael Alan Nelson is a very good writer and he overcame my initial suspicion of the bookâ€™s theme and premise. This current issue has lost a bit of the intrigue that captured my attention, but has picked up steam in the action department.
I was skeptical, I freely admit, when I heard about this comic. A guy whose cancer gives him super powers? C’mon. Whatever happened to radioactive spider bites and half-forgotten gods bestowing powers on mere mortals? When I saw the cover, my thoughts changed to something more along the lines of “oh, another character with organic …