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Leaving franchises?
Leaving franchises?
In one of the most public contract negotiations of the modern era, Robert Downey Jr. has let it be known that he finished his contractual obligations to Marvel and to playing Tony Stark and Iron Man. Which means his future involvement with both 'The Avengers' and 'Iron Man' will depend on how much Marvel is willing to pony up.
Jeremy Renner and ‘SNL’ Poke Fun At ‘The Avengers’
Jeremy Renner and ‘SNL’ Poke Fun At ‘The Avengers’
'The Bourne Legacy' star Jeremy Renner stopped by 'Saturday Night Live' last night to play the admittedly foreign role of comedy host. During one of the sketches, the crew decided to poke fun at another blockbuster Renner starred in this year: 'The Avengers.' Reprising his role of Hawkeye, Renner happily played into the joke that his character was arguably less useful than the others, given his la
Is ‘The Avengers 2′ Stealing a ‘Captain America 2′ Villain for a Secret Role?
Is ‘The Avengers 2′ Stealing a ‘Captain America 2′ Villain for a Secret Role?
As the world knows already, character actor Frank Grillo was recently cast as the villainous Crossbones in 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier.' These days, when you're lucky enough to find yourself in a Marvel movie, it seems as though you're gearing up not just for one flick, but for two or three. (Unless you're Hugo Weaving.) So does that indicate that Grillo's Crossbones will be making an app
Chris Nolan’s Cinematographer Wally Pfister Calls ‘Avengers’ Appalling, Discusses His Directorial Debut
Chris Nolan’s Cinematographer Wally Pfister Calls ‘Avengers’ Appalling, Discusses His Directorial Debut
Listen up, 'Avengers': Cinematographer Wally Pfister isn't into your whole thing. In fact, he thinks you're "appalling." But it's not all bad news -- Pfister is also working on his directorial debut, so pretty soon he'll be putting his money where his... eyes... are?
Cookie Monster and Grover Make ‘Avengers’ and ‘Hunger Games’ Even Better
Cookie Monster and Grover Make ‘Avengers’ and ‘Hunger Games’ Even Better
In an adorable new video for Entertainment Weekly's website, the much-beloved Sesame Street characters Grover and Cookie Monster sing about pop-culture hits such as 'The Avengers' and 'The Hunger Games.' Sadly, Elmo wasn't available to join the duo's little choir, as he was busy working on his new musical, but the Blues Brothers decided the show must go on and still performed in the EW office. Rea

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