Tom Holland is a long way from Peter Parker in his new collaboration with the 'Avengers: Endgame' directors.
Anthony and Joe Russo have opened up about their love of Secret Wars, the Marvel comic they might return to direct.
Chris Hemsworth's new Netflix actioner Extraction is reportedly heading for record numbers of streams, the actor has said.
The Russo Brothers aren't completely against Iron Man returning to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Dave Callaham, writer of The Expendables trilogy, Wonder Woman 84 and Marvel’s Shang-Chi has been hired to write the script.
It has been a year since the biggest movie of all time hit cinemas, so it's time for even more secrets to be revealed.
Joe and Anthony Russo mark the 1-year anniversary of Avengers: Endgame’s release by recalling their own reactions to the euphoric response from fans.
The first image of Tom Holland in The Russo Brothers’ Cherry has been released, and it shows just how different it is going to be to Avengers: Endgame.
Avengers: Endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo are already campaigning hard for Robert Downey Jr to get an Oscar.
Avengers: Endgame co-director Anthony Russo explains why the blockbuster made so much money at the box office.
What did Captain America do when he stayed in the past at the end of Avengers: Endgame? Here's what directors Joe and Anthony Russo think.
Will Iron Man and Captain America even return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe after what transpired in Avengers: Endgame?
Joe and Anthony Russo take to Twitter to tease fans with a forthcoming announcement - but what will it be?
The Russo Brothers have admitted that they are annoyed by the huge box office success of Avengers: Endgame, here's why
'Avengers: Endgame' directors open up about how they turned to Robert Downey Jr for approval ahead of filming Tony Stark's arc for the big screen.
Anthony Russo and Joe Russo think Chris Evans 'might' have read the entire 'Avengers: Endgame' script but Mark Ruffalo and Tom Holland sure didn't.
The age of the two-hour movie could be coming to an end, reckons Joe Russo, one of the directors of Avengers: Infinity War.
Based on the cast and crew’s social media, Infinity War is anything but hell. For the past several months, filming has been taking place on the super team-up, which will bring together most of the heroes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a battle against cosmic ass-kicker Thanos. Robert Downey Jr. (Tony Stark/Iron Man), Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner/Hulk), and the directing duo of Anthony and Joe Russo have been especially active when it comes to documenting the production, posting a steady stream of set photos that offer tantalizing glimpses at the stars and the sets. We collected the best of the bunch here for you to flip through while you wait for the blockbuster film to arrive on May 4, 2018. Enjoy!
From the moment ‘Captain America: Civil War’ was announced, comic book fans immediately speculated as to whether Marvel Studios would be bold enough to end the movie the same way the ‘Civil War’ comic book saga concluded: with the death of Steve Rogers. It’s no spoiler to reveal that this did not come to pass – but directors Joe and Anthony Russo and producer/Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige have admitted that the thought did cross their minds when the film was first in development.
The Russo Brothers have revealed how their most recent Marvel Studios epic, ‘Captain America: Civil War’, connects to their next, 'Avengers: Infinity War’. With just two years until the Avengers reunite to take on Josh Brolin’s Thanos, the studio is deep into the process of putting all the pieces into place. Speaking to IGN, Anthony Russo said: “From the point of view of Joe and I, we think about all of these movies as a continuity.
It would appear there’s been a bit of a rethink at Marvel headquarters. It has come to light that the scheduled fourth ‘Avengers’ – known until now as ‘Avengers: Infinity War Part II’ – will not be released under this title. Whilst the third ‘Avengers’ movie, scheduled for release May 2018, will still be entitled ‘Avengers: Infinity War,’ its follow-up (due exactly 12 months later) is now listed simply as an ‘Untitled Avengers’ movie on the official release schedule of Marvel’s parent company Disney.