Tom Cruise appears alongside co-stars Jeremy Renner, Paula Patton, and Simon Pegg in this high-powered sequel.
The first full-length look at Joss Whedon's epic Marvel superhero adventure has arrived, featuring Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, and Robert Downey jr.
Scarlett Johannson and Jeremy Renner are also featured in these new shots from Joss Whedon's superhero ensemble.
Star Jeremy Renner also reveals these superhero characters aren't exactly the best of friends in this upcoming Marvel ensemble.
The actor will portray a mild-mannered gentleman who managed to steal more than $3 million from a Manhattan bank in 1878.
A new set video from New York City also finds Chris Evans as Steve Rogers enjoying coffee at a cafe alongside scenes of battle damage.
The Avengers assemble once again to promote their superhero flick coming next summer.
Two scenes are revealed: One featuring Nick Fury facing off against Loki, the other has Tony Stark threatening Loki with Hulk.
The actor replaces Jeremy Renner as a pharmacist stuck in a loveless marriage who decides to have an affair.
Merchandising artwork offers a first-look at the entire team assembled for Marvel's epic superhero adventure.
The Avengers star will headline and produce this true-life tale of World Rally racer Bill Caswell.
The cast joins writer/director James Gray's next project.
Director Adam McKay also revealed that Jeremy Renner is being eyed for a role and why the title was changed from Turkey Bowl.
The actress may have to choose between this Universal spy thriller and Oz: The Great and Powerful.
Marvel president Kevin Feige revealed that Scarlett Johannson and Jeremy Renner's characters from The Avengers will likely get their own solo adventures.
The actor has formed a new production company entitled The Combine where he will develop this biopic with writer-director James Gray.
Wanda Sykes, Keke Palmer, Aziz Ansari and hip hop star Drake also to voice the 20th Century Fox animated project.
The news comes just hours after hearing Joel Edgerton is being considered for this role of a spy in the Treadstone program, from director Tony Gilroy.
Sucker Punch actor Oscar Isaac was director Tony Gilroy's top choice, although Universal Pictures didn't sign off on him.