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Hot Toys' latest beauty was revealed by beloved Marvel movie superstar Clark Gregg via his Twitter feed:


Another hour, another packed to the gills panel at New York Comic Con, as Marvel welcomed fans of television to learn more about the animated - and possibly live action - offerings from Marvel TV. On the panel moderated by Head of Marvel TV Jeph Loeb were, well... Jeph Loeb. Cause you’ve got an army, but Marvel has a Loeb. Read More...

Hulk want to see Avengers!

Update: MTV News' Josh Horowitz, MTV Splash Page's Josh Wigler, Next Movie's Breanne Heldman and MTV Geek's own Alex Zalben get "Psyched" for the Avengers in their round-table discussion!


An image from Joss Whedon's mysterious "Much Ado About Nothing" website

Update: and now the site muchadothemovie.com has been updated with a full press release with further details about the film, and it does appear to be an updated take on Shakespeare's text. Shot in black and white over 12 days, the micro-budget production is the first project from Bellweather films, which will in the future, seek to make more small budget films across various platforms. Much Ado About Nothing should be completed in the spring and then headed to the festival circuit.

A series of mysterious tweets from Whedon regular Nathan Fillion has the internet wondering if the Avengers director helmed a secret Shakespearean adaptation!

It all started with some vague tweets from actors Nathan Fillion and Sean Maher, as well as costume designer Shawna Trpcic, pointing fans to a link: muchadothemovie.com. Right now the site only lists credits and that principal photography has been completed, without any further details about the production.

It looks like Joss Whedon has been keeping busy. Besides directing next summer's The Avengers, he's apparently stealthily finished principal photography on a previously unannounced project that's currently unofficially unnamed. But it stars several Whedon regulars including Nathan Fillion, Amy Acker, and Tom Lenk. Oh, and the URL for the film shares the title of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.


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