The filmmaker talks about his role as a consultant on upcoming sequels Thor: The Dark World and Iron Man 3.
The Marvel's The Avengers director says writer-director James Gunn has a unique take on Marvel's superhero ensemble.
The writer/director explains why he decided to stick around for The Avengers sequel, and gives details on his overall role in the Marvel cinematic universe.
The writer/producer reveals the show will center on the organization, and not the superhero characters that support it in the films.
The project will reportedly feature characters from the Marvel Universe, but may not include anyone from The Avengers movie.
Disney CEO Bob Iger also reveals that the filmmaker is developing a live-action TV project that will include Marvel characters.
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The entire cast is being reunited for this once-in-a-lifetime event on Friday, July 13th, in San Diego.
The writer/director answers questions about his future, what the biggest opening weekend means, and addresses The Dark Knight Rises.
The director still refuses to identify the alien invaders in his Marvel adventure, saying that the Skrull and Kree have too much backstory to be included.
Joss Whedon discusses composer Alan Silvestri's score for this highly-anticipated superhero adventure, in theaters this May.
Josh Whedon wants a more personal drama for his Marvel superhero ensemble follow-up.
The screenwriter and director will discuss their upcoming horror movie during the SXSW Festival on Saturday, March 11 at 1 PM ET.
Take a look at what stars Samuel L. Jackson, Tom Hiddleston, Clark Gregg, and director Joss Whedon had to say during the event.
The Super Bowl XLVI TV spot will offer a first-look at the film's invading alien force.
You can watch 10 seconds from this upcoming TV spot set to debut during the big game Sunday, February 5.
Actors Tom Hiddleston, Clark Gregg, and director Joss Whedon will answer your questions live on Tuesday, January 31 at 11 AM PST.
The director believes his aesthetic fits the 3D model for this superhero ensemble where, 'things tend to hurtle toward the screen.'
The director also reveals that Mark Ruffalo's Hulk is based more on the Hulk TV series than the first two stand-alone movies.
The Avengers director has shot a mystery project with Nathan Fillion, Clark Gregg, and Amy Acker.