The actor spoke to Yahoo Movies UK to coincide with his appearance in a new Pepsi commercial.
Even some casual fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe caught it more than once in order to better take in its sturdy three-hour plus runtime.
The first photos of Scarlett Johansson on the set of Marvel's forthcoming Black Widow movie have been posted online.The scene, shot just in the woods just outside of London’s Pinewood studios, sees the eponymous hero walking and talking to someone on a mobile phone.Scarlett Johansson's character, Natasha Romanova, was also spotted approaching a Land Rover. Co-star O-T Fagbenle (The Handmaid's Tale) was also spotted on set.> 📸 NEW. Scarlett Johansson on set of the Black Widow movie pic.twitter.com/9AWrWe11yW> > — best of scarlett (@badpostscar) > > June 6, 2019Black Widow is expected to take place before the events of the first Avengers film. Marvel and Disney have yet to confirm that Black Widow is currently filming, with the studios deciding to announce their "Phase Four" plans later in the year.Australian filmmaker Cate Shortland, best known for Nazi drama Lore, has already come on board as director. The script has been penned by Captain Marvel’s Jac Schaeffer.Florence Pugh has joined the cast, playing a spy on the same level as Natasha Romanoff who will be her “moral opposite”. Rachel Weisz and David Harbour are also on board the film.Read everything we know so far about Marvel's Phase Four here.
It looks like Captain America won't be endorsing the planned 'Straight Pride' march happening in his hometown of Boston.
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A new leak seems to reveal every film Marvel will released over the next decade.The news comes from the mysterious “Roger Wardell” who has been hailed by Marvel fans as the most trusted source since he accurately revealed key Avengers: Endgame plot points back in December.As well as listing the films Marvel will apparently release as part of its fourth phase, Wardell also makes some big claims about the series as a whole.He says that, going forward, the series will present “mini-arcs” as opposed to a decade-spanning saga and that there will be a clear divided between the characters based on Earth and those based on other planets.If Wardell is to be trusted, the recurring villain for the former will be Norman Osborn, who is expected to be introduced in Spider-Man: Far From Home.So, the films – according to Wardell, Marvel is developing Black Widow, The Eternals, Black Panther 2, Shang-Chi, Doctor Strange 2, Nova and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3. He adds that there are plans to make new Thor, Ant-Man and Captain Marvel sequels and suggests there could even be New Avengers, Young Avengers and Dark Avengers films. Most interesting is the appearance of Nova. He is a member of the intergalactic police force known as the Nova Corps and, in the comics, has had dealings with the Guardians, Captain Marvel and Thor.The leak claims that Black Widow will star Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, who will be introduced as the new version of Scarlett Johansson’s character while Richard Madden will take the lead role of Ikaris in Chloe Zhao’s The Eternals. According to Wardell, Michael B Jordan will somehow return in Black Panther 2.We won’t know any of this for certain until San Diego Comic Con where Marvel president Kevin Feige will no doubt unveil the studio’s slate of films that’ll be released well into the 2020s. It takes place 18-21 July.You can find a ranking of every Avengers character – from worst to best – here.
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