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Avengers: Infinity War is currently in production in Atlanta and other cities in Georgia. As usual, Marvel Studios needs a lot of extras to fill out its scenes and a new casting call suggests that at least part of the film could take places at a famous Marvel Cinematic Universe location. The Avengers, or maybe Thanos (Josh Brolin), could be headed to Asgard.
Marvel is looking for men and women who appear to be in the broad age range of 18 to 50s. The studio is especially seeking men with long hair and beards who comfortable with fake blood and special effects makeup. The added Asgardian kicker is that applicants are supposed to put “VIKING” in the subject line of their email to the casting agency.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice cinematographer Larry Fong was asked a question about shooting with IMAX cameras this evening, and he answered with some photos and examples from an IMAX camera test with Amy Adams as Lois Lane.
The last Spider-Man: Homecoming poster that was released received a lot of criticism online for looking messy and amateurish. Today’s new IMAX poster plays off of that theme in an intentional way!
Ryan Reynolds jumps into action while flying into a kid’s birthday party for a scene in the upcoming movie Deadpool 2 on Monday (June 26) in Vancouver, Canada.
Just a few weeks after DC Films producer Charles Roven said he had “every expectation” that Ben Affleck would star in The Batman, director Matt Reeves confirmed that Affleck is still in the starring role. Check it out in his own words in the Getty interview below.
ABC is announcing Friday, Sep. 29 as the television premiere date for its new series, Marvel’s Inhumans. That follows an exclusive two-week run on IMAX, where they’re gambling that their first two episodes can equal — or even exceed — the visual flair of a $200 million Marvel film (or at least an Ant-Man-sized $140 […]
Wonder Woman keeps crushing it at the box office, and last night it set another big milestone! With over $609.8 million worldwide, Patty Jenkins now holds record for the highest-grossing live-action film to be directed by a woman. The previous record was held by Phyllida Lloyd, who directed the 2008 musical Mamma Mia!.