"They're so tight, the Marvel family, and private. I can say that I am involved in some way in the second one. Just know that it's not me being cryptic, it's Marvel. They can just as easily kill me off if I threaten to tell the story before it's time. They're keeping it all under wraps."
Atwell went on to say that fans will get to see just what Carter is made of in the footage debuting at this year's San Diego Comic-Con (they do have a hall reserved, after all).
"There's been an online campaign for Peggy to be featured. People really liked her. So Marvel have made sure that as part of ComicCon there will be a little kind of snapshot as to what Peggy's actually really capable of, which was finished here and which was great fun. Hopefully, it will lead to other things."
A couple of new stills from "The Wolverine" debuted at CinemaCon yesterday. The images depict Wolverine in action, even if some ninjas are trying to put a stop to that action. One of the images previously popped up in a scan from Entertainment Weekly, but it's nice to see it here in its full glory. Things have been relatively quiet for "The Wolverine" as "Iron Man 3" and "Man of Steel" get closer to their release dates. The last big news we had for "Wolverine" was back when its first two trailers were released, which you should definitely re-watch if you haven't in a while.
You can click on the two images below to get the full high-res experience, and you can also find these, as well as one older one, over at Comic Book Movie.
Hailing from the planet Centauri IV, Yondu appears in the earliest incarnation of the "Guardians of the Galaxy" comic book series, which made its debut in 1969's "Marvel Super-Heroes" #18, unlike the rest of the characters already set to appear in the film. With the assumption that "Guardians of the Galaxy" would only be featuring modern Guardians now blown completely out of the water, we here at MTV Splash Page have taken it upon ourselves to compile a list of five more original Guardians that could potentially appear in James Gunn's film adaptation.
The entire exchange is worth a look, as Gunn responds to nearly every crazy news item that's been released, even if he doesn't confirm the involvement of Michael Rooker or Dave Bautista. He does mention that there'll be an announcement about the actor voicing Rocket Raccoon in the next few weeks, saying that the odd character is incredibly important to the film.
"I've done a lot of studying with real raccoons, and we had real raccoons come in. We've done photography with them, I've played with raccoons, and fed raccoons, and dealt a lot with real raccoons to get some of the behavior down, because it's really, really important to me that Rocket Raccoon, who is the heart of the movie, is not a cartoon character, it's not Bugs Bunny in the middle of The Avengers, it's a real, little, somewhat mangled beast that's alone. There's no one else in the universe quite like him, he's been created by these guys to be a mean-ass fighting machine."
Yahoo Movies has capped off a celebratory slide show commemorating Superman's 75th birthday with a new still from the upcoming superfilm, "Man of Steel." The image, which can be seen in full below, finds Superman with his back to a tank. The still most likely comes from a moment seen briefly in the trailer, wherein a whole mess of tanks and soldiers line up in front of Superman, most likely hoping to take the Kryptonian down.
Check out the full photo below, as well as a rundown of MTV Geek's Superman birthday coverage!
Remember those eerie pictures of Jamie Foxx as Electro in "Amazing Spider-Man 2"? AOL just one-upped those photos with video footage of the actor stumbling through Times Square, all Electro-fied. The footage even has a shot of Foxx sans oversized hoodie, revealing his bald, blue head. But whether or not Foxx will be that blue on the big screen remains to be seen, since some of the photos and footage make him seem much more silver than blue. Check out the full video below.
This installment in the blog series (yep, it's a series now!) captures the crew hard at work. They're stilll hanging out at the Times Square set up in Bethpage, New York, with the occasional jaunt to New York City locations like Union Square in New York City) Check out all the pictures below.
The actor, famous for playing Loki in both "Thor" and "Marvel's the Avengers," touched on a wide range of topics. There's one question that's been burning inside the brains of every Loki fan for at least a year now: does Hiddleston ever rock a Loki t-shirt?
"I think I did when 'Avengers' came out as sort of a joke," the actor reveals. "But I tend to... not so much," the actor added, before letting out that fan-favorite chuckle of his.
The first trailer for the dead cops hunt the dead flick "R.I.P.D.," based on the Dark Horse comic series, is here and it looks like a blast of goofy fun.
Jeff Bridges -- in full-on scenery-chewing mode -- is Roy Pulsipher (his name is Powell in the comic), dead cowboy. Ryan Reynolds is Nick Cruz Walker, newly-dead cop. Both men work for the Rest in Peace Department and answer to one boss, the BIG boss.
Superman and Lois Lane are having a pretty stellar week. Sure, it started off with a terrifying TV message from General Zod, but then we got a scene showing the duo coming face to face in the latest (and greatest) "Man of Steel" trailer. Now we celebrate the pair's 75th birthday. 1938's "Action Comics" #1 contained the debut of two of the most important characters in comic book history. In fact, it's safe to say that these characters embody traits that have become essential ingredients in every successful hero: Selfless like Superman, tenacious like Lois Lane; powerful of body like Superman and powerful of spirit like Lois Lane.
MTV Geek will be celebrating the birthday all day long, so be sure to drop by the site and check out the festivities. Get started with this great compilation of Superman footage, including interviews with the stars of "Superman Unbound" and the man who was almost Clark Kent, Nicolas Cage.
Splash Page welcomes Ed Tadem to our cover artist family (our custom-designed theme up top). Currently working on the forthcoming "Avengers" animated series, Tadem's work can also be seen in the "Jackie Karma" issues of Image's "'76," and in "Pop Gun, Volume 1." Ed Tadem can be found online at EdTadem.com.