Digital Spy is reporting on an interview with Andrew Garfield, who's playing the title character in July's The Amazing Spider-Man, in which he expresses some Avengers love and makes no secret that he would love Spidey to be in the sequel.
As one of the people representing The Avengers promotionally in Japan, actor Jeremy Renner was interviewed by Youki Entertainment, and in this video interview he shares his feelings (in English) about portraying Hawkeye.
Marvel has released the first trailer for its MMO, Marvel Heroes, and, unsurprisingly, the focus is placed firmly on Earth's Mightiest Heroes, The Avengers.
Long Islander Steve Romm - who also goes by the name Green Steve - served as one of the stunt doubles for Mark Ruffalo's Hulk in the movie version of The Avengers — a connection with the character that stems back to the CBS television series.
In this video interview presented by Cineplex.com, Jeremy Renner looks back at the sheer scope of The Avengers and what it was like to be shooting a film of this size, reflecting on the overall experience.
America has gone way too politically correct given the ridiculous amount of controversy that is brewing over an exchange within The Avengers regarding Loki's killing spree and the fact that he is regarded. Some have actually found this offensive. Really?
AssignmentX caught up with actor Clark Gregg to talk to him about his career and all things Agent Coulson. What follows is an excerpt from that interview in which he relates his feelings about, among other things, working with the various directors helming the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Although Marvel and Disney have probably been caught as off guard as the rest of the world by the phenomenal success of The Avengers, they've quickly pulled together this video featurette to offer their thanks to the fans.
In an interview with with the LA Times' Hero Complex, Joss Whedon (speaking prior to the opening of The Avengers) addresses the subject of Avengers 2 and his potential involvement, as well as parallels in his work and reveals where he's REALLY like to be.
TYT Network offers up this video report which discusses the fact that The Avengers has already grossed over $1 billion, though there is a bit of a Debbie Downer there with some negative views of the film — which he's entitled to, even though he's wrong.
The film commission of Albuquerque, New Mexico has issued a press release that looks back at the production of Joss Whedon's The Avengers there, noting how the city moved up to meet the challenges of the film's needs.
With the resounding global success of The Avengers (already managing to pull in just over $1 billion at the box office), CNN sat down with Stan Lee to get his feeling about the film's success and to talk to him about some of his other projects.
Kevin Smith who's never met an opinion he hasn't shared, doesn't shy away from the big question of the summer: will The Avengers ultimately outgross The Dark Knight Rises? Check out this offering to get his assessment.
As anyone who has seen The Avengers is well aware at this point, one of the tags at the end of the film features the Marvel Comics villain Thanos, which both Kevin Feige and Joss Whedon discussed during press interviews.
In this interview with Bloomberg Television, Marvel's Kevin Feige discusses the next five films coming from Marvel, and also comments on such franchises as Spider-Man and X-Men held by other studios.
In talking to Businessweek, Disney Chairman Robert Iger sang the praises of the company's over $4 billion purchase of Marvel, which was deemed controversial at the time. With the success of The Avengers... not so much.
Apparently plans had called for the Pentagon to provide cooperation to production of The Avengers as it had done in the past for Transformers and the original Iron Man, but apparently their collective mind was changed because The Avengers... wasn't realistic enough(?).
NextMovie.com scored big time by getting Clark Gregg to host his own countdown of his favorite Coulson moments in The Avengers and the films that led up to it, also managing to work in a bit on Mr. Popper's Penguins!
The world is going Avengers crazy with the nearly $1 billion (so far) grossing feature film. Now Ubisoft has announced plans for a new video game that will be based on the Secret Invasion Marvel Comics event.
Having gone through the progression of Natasha Romanoff in Iron Man 2 and The Avengers, actress Scarlett Johansson says that she would like the opportunity to do a prequel spin-off done in the style of the Bourne films.