Edgar Wright is dropping some major hints that could mean he's already working on Ant-Man over at Marvel.
If you've been hoping that Doctor Strange would definitely get his own movie, your prayers have just been answered.
The buzz has been mounting ever since some apparently kick-ass test footage was shown off at Comic-Con, and now we finally know when we'll get to see Marvel's Ant-Man on the big screen for ourselves.
Marvel is speaking out about their Ant-Man adaptation, and after the warm reception it received at this year's Comic-Con, it looks like they'll be giving the public another taste of the movie.
Ever since test footage was screened at Comic-Con earlier this month, the buzz has gotten louder around Marvel's Ant-Man movie. And now it's getting deafening.
Marvel Studios announced some big news about its upcoming slate at its Comic-Con panel tonight, confirming the fate of one film while giving two other's new subtitles—and one of them is mind-blowing.
It's been in development for five years, but that Ant-Man movie that Marvel's been threatening to make just edged a little closer to reality.
After sitting on the shelf for years, there has been quite a bit of buzz that Edgar Wright's languishing Ant-Man film would finally get rolling this year. Well, Wright wasn't kidding when he said he thought he'd get to shoot some Ant-Man this year—because he already has.
Edgar Wright's Ant-Man has almost become the long-lost Marvel movie, but we've been hearing buzz for months now that work might finally begin soon. Well, now we have another sign.
As you guys know, The Avengers made a killing at the box-office its opening weekend—which in turn is making us even more giddy about all the other upcoming superhero projects (Iron Man 3, Thor 2, Captain America 2 etc.) Marvel has on its very busy plate. And Edgar Wright has decided to take advantage of this complete Avengers madness to start promoting Ant-Man.