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‘Avengers: Infinity War’: Marvel’s Two-Parter To Be First Features Shot Entirely In IMAX
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It is looking as if Marvel Studios’ two-part, all-star superhero epic Avengers: Infinity War is going to be bigger than we have been compelled to anticipate. Marvel chose today to drop a few of their patented news grenades on the unsuspecting interwebs, including Emily Van Camp’s casting and Paul Rudd and William Hurt’s reprising their Marvel Cinematic Universe roles in next year’s Captain America: Civil War. But one of their biggest announcements is that Infinity War will make cinematic history by being the first feature film to be shot entirely using IMAX cameras.

Directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo will employ the revolutionary next generation IMAX/ARRI 2D digital camera to film both parts of Infinity War after first using it for select action sequences in Civil War. Apparently normal-sized theater screens will no longer be sufficient to contain the widescreen excitement of the MCU. Go figure.

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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Films Could Have A 9-Month Shoot
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Avengers: infinity War

Marvel Studios’ Avengers plan was ambitious, but it was a gamble that paid off, and come 2018 and 2019, it will all come together for the two-part film Avengers: Infinity War. The film is said to bring all the heroes of the solo features, and probably Guardians of the Galaxy and maybe the television shows for one mega-ensemble fight against Thanos, The Mad Titan.

Since Avengers: Infinity War is being split into two parts, production is going to be one massive undertaking, with the logistics of getting everyone’s schedules coordinated not only during scheduled shooting but also for re-shoots and the inevitable ADR.

Now Captain America himself is confirming that the shooting on the two films will be lengthy. According to Chris Evans, filming both parts of Avengers: Infinity War could take as long as nine months to complete.

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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Films To Be Written By ‘Captain America’ Scribes
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Avengers: infinity War

Earlier this week it was announced that The Russo Brothers signed on to direct Avengers: Infinity War. The two are well-versed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, having directed Captain America: The Winter Soldier and returning to direct its upcoming sequel Captain America: Civil War. Now, a new report says that they will be reuniting with their Winter Soldier writers, Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely for the sequel as well. Hit the jump for more.

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Russo Brothers Confirmed For ‘Avengers: Infinity War’
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Joe and Anthony Russo

Less than a month away from the release of Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Age of Ultron comes the announcement that Joe and Anthony Russo will be directing the Avengers: Infinity War two-part film. It was actually reported last month that the sibling directors were in the running to helm the film, but now Disney and Marvel have confirmed the news in a new press released that was posted on the Marvel website.

The Russos first made their Marvel Studio debut with Captain America: The Winter Soldier, a film that grossed $714 million worldwide. Eventually they would sign on to direct the film’s sequel, Captain America: Civil War, which will bring Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark character into Captain America’s story in a much larger capacity than a simple cameo. The film will also introduce Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it is rumored that Spider-Man, who Marvel gained permission to use after a deal with Sony was agreed upon back in February, will make his big screen MCU debut in the film.

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Anthony and Joe Russo Will Direct ‘The Avengers: Infinity War’ For Marvel Studios
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Anthony and Joe Russo will direct The Avengers: Infinity War

One thing Marvel Studios adores almost as much as reaping those massive box office returns and being the dominant blockbuster factory on the planet is handing some genuinely talented directors with zilch for proven track records the reins to their mega-budget tentpole properties. They also love consistency, so with Joss Whedon vacating the director’s chair on the studio’s epic, two-part Phase Three crossover event The Avengers: Infinity War, it looks as if the job has been officially secured by Anthony and Joe Russo.

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Spider-Man Coming Home To Marvel Cinematic Universe As Sony & Disney Ink Deal
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The moment that every Marvel fan has been waiting for has finally arrived. Sony Pictures and Disney have just inked a deal that will allow Spider-Man (a Sony Pictures property) to play in the Marvel sandbox with fellow heroes like Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, and more with the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

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Will ‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’ Director Joss Whedon Return For ‘Infinity War’?
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Marvel Avengers: Age Of Ultron Scarlet Witch Elizabeth Olsen, Joss Whedon, Hawkeye behind the scenes

Joss Whedon has been a creative consultant on the MCU since 2012, but The Avengers director’s contract with Marvel Studios ends this year. While it may seem like his upcoming Avengers: Age Of Ultron will be a surefire hit, it doesn’t necessarily mean the filmmaker is ready to take on the film’s two-part sequel, Avengers: Infinity War.

In an interview with Empire, Whedon talked about “possibly” not doing the Avengers: Infinity War movies. Hit the jump to read his full quotes.

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Will Spider-Man Join Marvel’s ‘Avengers: Infinity War Part I’?
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If you’ve heard one Spider-Man joining the Avengers rumor, you’ve probably heard them all. By now you’d think that many would have given up hope on the idea that Sony would let their popular superhero franchise character go or even share him with their rival studio, Marvel. We came pretty close to seeing that happen last month during the events of the Sony hack with e-mail leaks revealing that Sony was discussing sharing the character. It even went as far as rumors of Amazing Spider-Man star letting Andrew Garfield out of his contract to make room for a another reboot if Marvel reclaimed the rights. But in the weeks after it, news seemed to cool down, and there were no signs that Sony was going to let Spidey go.

However, big news, potentially great news if you are a fan of Spider-Man and Marvel Studios. A major scoop from Latino Review has it now that the webslinger will come to the Marvel fold, and be introduced in Avengers: Infinity War Part I. But that is only a tiny portion of the spoilers – which include the major events in Phase 3 that will have a huge impact on the Infinity War films – that follow after the jump.

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