The Hawk's in his Nest

brbshittoavenge:

Interview: The Russo Brothers on Captain America 3

wintesoldieriscoming:

Russos talk a bit about CAP 3 on the DVD release of 2. Hint that a title will be announced “soon” and refuse to comment on rumors that Hawkeye will appear in the third installment.

My favorite part is when they talk about making Falcon’s flying look real “going forward.” Because I need more Falcon in mah life.

marvelsagentcarter:

New interview with the producers of Marvel’s Agent Carter discusses the eight episode series and what to expect from the period piece drama.

avatarwinchester:

How many times did you have to say the line “I am Groot”?

"Oh god … maybe a thousand? I don’t know. It felt like a thousand. James Gunn and I were having so much with it. So it could’ve been a thousand. And it was amazing to go in there and to work with someone who wanted to explore the character- we wanted each "I am Groot" to mean something different … It reminded me, as an actor, how much we can do with so little- and if we’re passionate about it, good thing can come from it." - Vin Diesel

avatarwinchester:

How many times did you have to say the line “I am Groot”?

"Oh god … maybe a thousand? I don’t know. It felt like a thousand. James Gunn and I were having so much with it. So it could’ve been a thousand. And it was amazing to go in there and to work with someone who wanted to explore the character- we wanted each "I am Groot" to mean something different … It reminded me, as an actor, how much we can do with so little- and if we’re passionate about it, good thing can come from it." - Vin Diesel

"Tell us a bit about X-Men. Because you’re actually rivals in X-Men."

pangeasplits:

in which they actually ARE their characters

[Spiderman] represents the everyman, but he represents the underdog and those marginalized who come up against great prejudice which I, as a middle-class straight, white man, don’t really understand so much. And when Stan Lee first wrote and created this character, the outcast was the computer nerd, was the science nerd, was the guy that couldn’t get the girl. Those guys now run the world. So how much of an outcast is that version of Peter Parker anymore? That’s my question.

Part of Andrew Garfield’s response to people being all butthurt when he mentioned a possibility where Spiderman might not be straight.

Read More: On Andrew Garfield, Stan Lee, And A Bisexual Spider-Man

(via 500daysofsumeria)

Topic: DIVERSITY IN THE MARVEL UNIVERSE
Anthony Mackie: We’re in a day and age where kids deserve someone they can look up to. I’m very proud of Scarlett with what she’s been able to do with Black Widow, and how little girls can sit back and see that she doesn’t have to have superpowers, she’s just a badass. While being cool and a chick. And I like the fact that little brown kids can say, ‘hey, the Falcon is there now’, and little green kids can say, ‘the Hulk’s there’. Don’t want to leave out the Martians. I think it’s very important, and I think Marvel has been at the forefront of that, giving people the opportunity to represent every aspect of culture. It’s definitely something that was on the table, and on my mind when I decided to sign on to this project.
Topic: FANS COMPLAINING ABOUT CASTING ON GROUNDS OF RACE
Anthony Mackie: Superman, black would be the coolest dude in the world. Imagine Sam Jackson in a cape. Running around. That would be a good movie.
I think what a lot of people don’t get is, these people aren’t real. If you cast a black dude as John F Kennedy, that’s wrong. If you cast a white dude as Martin Luther King, that’s wrong. These people aren’t real. The suits aren’t real. There aren’t really superheroes in the world.
At some point in time, you have to steep yourself in reality and say, ‘hey, it’s not about what they look like, it’s about casting a good actor in the role. If you’re sitting at home and you can’t see a black guy as Nick Fury, maybe there’s something wrong with you.