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"Watchmen" actor Patrick Wilson is in negotiations to join "Ant-Man," Edgar Wright's anticipated Marvel Studios film.
With his solo film on the horizon, CBR looks at the mighty menaces faced by the diminutive hero and speculate on who might appear in Edgar Wright's "Ant-Man."
The "Lost" and "Hobbit" alum is in "early talks" for the female lead in Marvel Studios' 2015 "Ant-Man" film, according to a report.
Marvel has moved Edgar Wright's "Ant-Man" up to the now-unoccupied original release date of the "Man of Steel" sequel on July 17, 2015.
As the reality of "Ant-Man" draws closer, CBR explores why Edgar Wright's film has the potential be Marvel Studios most exciting release yet.
Michael Peña ("Eastbound & Down," "Gangster Squad") has reportedly been offered a role alongside Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas in Marvel's "Ant-Man."
Michael Douglas says "I’ve been dying to do a Marvel picture for so long," while Edgar Wright points out: He explained the Pym/Lang set-up years ago.
The latest "Ant-Man" news sees Michael Douglas joining the cast as Hank Pym, along with the revelation Paul Rudd will play Scott Lang.
Marvel has confirmed that Paul Rudd will play "Ant-Man" in the 2015 film, one day after reports he was in "early talks" for the role.
Following weeks of rumors, "Anchorman" actor Paul Rudd is reportedly in "early talks" for the title role in Marvel Studios' "Ant-Man."
Paul Rudd reportedly the top candidate to play Henry Pym, though the search is still on for his “30-ish girlfriend,” presumably Janet Van Dyne.
Actors Joseph Gordon-Levitt has denied a Monday report saying he and Paul Rudd are front-runners to star in Marvel Studios' "Ant-Man" film.
Director Edgar Wright keeps interest in his "Ant-Man" movie growing, teasing Marvel fans with a behind the scenes photo and good-naturedly teasing tweet.
Marvel Studios' upcoming "Ant-Man" film is now a summer release, with the Edgar Wright-directed film moving from November 2015 to July of that year, a few months following "The Avengers: Age of Ultron."
Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg and Martin Freeman bring their Three Flavours Cornetto trilogy to a fitting conclusion with "The World's End," a sci-fi comedy about a secret robotic invasion and the dangers of nostalgia.
Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright charmed a packed Hall H audience at Comic-Con International with jokes, stories and fun footage from "The World’s End."
Ultron’s creator may not appear in Joss Whedon's "Avengers: Age of Ultron," but "Ant-Man" director Edgar Wright promises fans will see Hank Pym in his 2015 Marvel film.
Director Edgar Wright’s fabled test reel for "Ant-Man," which debuted in July at Comic-Con International, has at last leaked online.
Dropping tidbits about the long-developing "Ant-Man," director Edgar Wright teases, “It’s a way of doing a superhero film within another genre. I wanted to tell an origin tale in a slightly different way.”
Disney has announced Edgar Wright’s long-gestating "Ant-Man" movie opens November 6, 2015 and "Iron Man 3" & "Thor: The Dark World" will be released in 3D.
Saying "we always listen to the fans," a Marvel Studios executive teases that the test footage of "Ant-Man" screened at Comic-Con International is being finished, and could be given a wide release.
Rumors have surfaced that Marvel Studios' "Ant Man" may be included in the studio's 2014 release slate, joining "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" on the big screen in 2 years' time.
Marvel Studios returned to Hall H at CCI to thank confirm development of "Guardians of the Galaxy," reveal the titles of the "Thor" and "Captain America" sequels and show off Edgar Wright's test reel for "Ant-Man."
Director Edgar Wright quietly shot footage to test the potential tone of "Ant-Man," his long-promised, and much-anticipated, Marvel superhero movie.
Edgar Wright, who’s long been attached to direct Marvel’s "Ant-Man," released a well-timed image teasing the eagerly awaited comic-book adaptation. But what, if anything, should we read into the photo?
"Turf" artist Tommy Lee Edwards discusses his and Scott Pilgrim" director Edgar Wright's work on the crowd-sourced illustrated experience, "The Random Adventures of Brandon Generator."
Director Edgar Wright gave an update on the impending "Ant-Man" feature film, meeting with Marvel Studio President Kevin Feige and starting work on the movie's script for the first time in nearly two years.
Composed of equal parts romance, fighting and comedy, "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" is possibly the purest form of director Edgar Wright's vision, a giddy celebration of comics, girls, video games and movies.
"Scott Pilgrim" director Edgar Wright talked with CBR News about the emotional maturity of the main character, the Comic-Con response to the film, DVD extras, and 'Star Wars' prequels.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner catches an early preview of "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World," saying that despite missing some elements of the comics, the film is "an engaging, entertaining piece of cinema."
Alison Pill and Mark Webber spoke with CBR about learning to play music, working with director Edgar Wright and the challenges of acting in a large scale motion picture.
Evil Ex #1 and #3, Satya Bhabha and Brandon Routh, discuss their "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" characters' hidden humanity, working with director Edgar Wright, movie nights in Toronto and Routh's blonde wig.
Creator Bryan Lee O'Malley and screenwriter Michael Bacall spoke with CBR News about taking "Scott Pilgrim" from the page to screen, director Edgar Wright's gift for casting, and the screening of the film at CCI.
Despite months of persistent rumors, most centering on actor Nathan Fillion, CCI attendees learned over the weekend that Ant-Man won’t appear in The Avengers. But why? SPINOFF sorts through the details.
The "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" cast and crew gave CBR News their reactions to the first screening of the film for fans at CCI with creator Bryan Lee O'Malley likening it to "a rock 'n' roll show."
CBR News brings you a report from the star-studded panel for the summer's hottest indie comics movie as Edgar Wright, Michael Cera, Bryan Lee O'Malley and most of the cast talks "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" UPDATED WITH PHOTOS
The latest clip from the highly anticipated indie comic movie adaptation "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" hits the internet as Michael Cera's Pilgrim throws down against an army of Chris Evans stunt doubles.
The rock 'em, sock 'em trailer for the summer's most anticipated indie comics film is live online with your first look at Sex Bob-omb, Ramona's evil ex twins and a sword-slinging Knives Chau courtesy of director Edgar Wright.