The director of Marvel's The Avengers trades capes and tights for honor, shame, and court politics.
The filmmaker confirms that he has finished the first draft of his screenplay for this Marvel Phase Two ensemble sequel.
The series creator reveals that the return of Clark Gregg's character is not something they have taken lightly.
The Marvel's The Avengers director teases that he has a lot to say about the unidentified villain, but hasn't confirmed the identity yet.
The director doesn't address X-Men: Days of Future Past's decision to use Quicksilver, saying he loves the duo's super powers.
The director also talks about Iron Man's future return in this lucrative Marvel franchise.
In addition, the director says he wants Robert Downey Jr. to play Iron Man forever in this Marvel universe.
The director reveals that the first draft of the screenplay is completed, and that a brother and sister duo from the comics are part of the story.
The director revealed that production is slated to begin on The Avengers 2 in February, and that he is excited for fans to see Marvel Phase Two.
The director sees the sequel to 2012's Marvel's The Avengers as a glorious challenge.
The director was recently interviewed and spoke about his sci-fi adventure series' possible rebirth.
The actor took to Twitter today and responded to rumors of the green killing machine's solo act on the big screen.
The Marvel's The Avengers director debunks a recent story that claimed The Avengers 2 ends with Hulk being shot into space, leading into Phase III.
The Marvel's The Avengers director says he wants to go 'deeper' instead of 'bigger' for his Phase II sequel.
The Marvel's The Avengers director also confirms the showrunners for his upcoming Marvel's S.H.I.E.L.D. series.
Damon Lindelof and Jonathan Nolan are also featured in this look at what happens in the writer's room of our favorite TV shows.
Roadside Attractions and Lionsgate are jointly releasing this black and white update of the William Shakespeare play.
The actor makes the announcement alongside Josh Whedon at NYCC 2012, confirming that Joss Whedon will co-write the pilot episode.
The director believes the studio won't just roll over for him, but that he has earned a level of respect.