How Chris Evans Feels About A Potential Iron Man 4

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He let the news slip to Entertainment Weekly when recalling a conversation he had with co-star Don Cheadle about one of the film’s climactic battle scenes.It’s long been rumoured, but Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr. finally confirmed that Spider-Man will indeed make an appearance in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War.The question of which heroes and villains would actually turn up in Marvel’s epic culture-clash of characters has been the subject of intense speculation ever since the May 6 movie began filming last summer.

Apparently, ’tis the season for next year’s superhero movies to remind you that they exist before everything shuts down for the holidays—or, rather, “shuts down for Star Wars.” New trailers, new posters, and rumors of Marvel guest stars galore. The sequence features several Marvel superheroes including their characters Iron Man and War Machine. “Cheadle and I are just going, ‘Wow, dude, look at this.’ We’re now like the old guard, and our storyline carries real weight just because of our history in the (canon),” Downey said. “But we’re also looking around like, ‘Who thought that Falcon and Black Panther and Ant-Man and now Spider-Man…?’ I mean it’s like wow, this thing is just crazy.” Not only did Downey accidentally divulge that the webslinger is on hand for the battle, a man dressed in the character’s iconic red-and-blue suit was spotted on set when the scene was being filmed. The inclusion of Spidey in “Civil War” had long been rumored ever since Sony and Marvel agreed to a blockbuster deal that would allow both studios to share the rights to the character. Entertainment Weekly has revealed Spider-Man’s role in the third Captain America film, which is due out next year and directed by Cleveland’s Joe and Anthony Russo.

EW, which visited the set of the film, revealed it saw a character in “a very familiar red and blue suit” off to the side during one of “Civil War’s” epic battles. This year, Sony agreed to an unorthodox license-sharing deal, which would allow Marvel Studios to incorporate Spidey as a supporting character in some of their films, while both studios partnered on producing a future Spider-Man stand-alone films – which would be released by Sony. Perhaps, but stranger things have happened, especially when you consider that Spider-Man makes his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Civil War… Why this is super: If the third Sony Spider-Man is looking to differentiate itself from the Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield days, bringing in some high-profile Avengers is a pretty great way to do it. Daniel Bruhl has also been confirmed as a villain in the film, as Baron Zemo, but what iteration of the evolving character he’ll play is still unconfirmed, with Feige only saying, “His character is very much a product of the Cinematic Universe and all that has occurred within that universe up to this point.”

There are some things you remember from those list of no-no’s.” Ask Sebastian Stan, the fearless Winter Soldier, about Tom Holland and he says: “I have no idea who Tom Holland is. Speaking of Fox’s X-Men franchise, producer Simon Kinberg gave an in-depth update of the current status of the many spin-off movies to Collider recently, revealing that a new Deadpool trailer is being planned for this month, the X-Men: Apocalypse trailer will be accompanying Star Wars: The Force Awakens in theaters, Gambit might be pushed back from its October 2016 release date because it’s currently without a director, and both New Mutants and the final Wolverine are currently in the scripting stage.

Chris Hemsworth has a very clear idea about what he wants to see when Mark Ruffalo co-stars in the next Thor movie. “I hope it’s a Butch Cassidy (and the Sundance Kid) sort of story,” he told the New York Daily News, referring to 1969’s iconic Paul Newman/Robert Redford buddy movie. “I think those two characters haven’t spent a whole lot of time talking to each other on screen (so far in the Marvel movies), so it’s something new, I think it would bring something different out of the characters.” When asked the inevitable question about whether the Hulk or Thor would win in a fight, he was similarly focused. “Because this movie is called ‘Thor,’ I have to win this time.” Seems fair, I guess. He’s laughing and talking with his arm slung over the shoulder of a young man who, if Feige is right, is doing some pinpoint Tom Holland cosplay – and wearing a full Spider-Man suit, except for the mask. He has always been one of Captain America’s chief antagonists, but this character has gone through many evolutions over the course of his 42-year history. The son of a HYDRA scientist, Helmut Zemo ended up being thrown into a vat of the impossible-to-break bonding substance Adhesive X – which permanently disfigured him.

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