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'Thor 2': Chris Hemsworth has a viking attitude about hero's severed hand

It wasn’t quite “the chop heard ’round the world” but fans are still abuzz about the battlefield footage from Thor: The Dark World (Nov. 8) that was shown at Comic-Con International last Saturday — specifically the climactic moment when Loki’s sword appears to lop off the outstretched right hand of the staggering thunder god.

Franchise star Chris Hemsworth missed the Hall H preview panel for the best of reasons (he’s in Hong Kong busy filming Cyber with director Michael Mann), but a few days later he still sounded disbelieving of the notion that 6,600 fans in Hall H had already watched final-stage footage of key scenes that he himself has yet to see.  READ FULL STORY

Two generations of X-Men visit the EW.com Comic-Con studio

James McAvoy, Patrick Stewart, Michael Fassbender, Ian McKellen, and X-Men: Days of Future Past director Bryan Singer visited the Entertainment Weekly digital studio at Comic-Con today to talk about the two generations of X-Men in the Marvel movie universe. Watch the video below.

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'Age of Ultron': 'Avengers 2' title revealed, plus 'Captain America' and 'Thor' sequels storm Comic-Con

Prepare yourself for the Age of Ultron.

Joss Whedon surprised the crowd at the end of Marvel’s Comic-Con 2013 panel to reveal this as the title and main character of Avengers 2.

We’ll get to that. We promise.

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Marvel One-Shots: Might 'Agent Carter' clear way for Ms. Marvel, Loki, young Nick Fury, or Black Panther?

The Marvel One-Shots keep doubling down.

Last week, EW debuted the first look at Agent Carter, a new short starring Hayley Atwell that focuses on Captain America’s Peggy Carter as she makes the post-WWII transition into a chief operative for S.H.I.E.L.D.

When it debuts at Comic-Con this Friday night, fans will see a big leap forward in scale and style for the short-film series, just like last year’s Item 47, about a down-on-their-luck couple (Lizzy Caplan and Jesse Bradford) who go on a robbery spree after activating one of the alien guns from The Avengers.

So where does the One-Shot series go from here?

Marvel co-president Louis D’Esposito, who directed both Item 47 and Agent Carter, offered some insight by way of what almost was: a stand-alone Loki short, a young Nick Fury story, a visit to Black Panther’s Wakanda, and maybe (someday) a Ms. Marvel or Black Widow film.

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'Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter' -- FIRST LOOK at poster and three photos from the new short!

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How about if we leak a little CLASSIFIED information?

Marvel Studios co-president and short-filmmaking impresario Louis D’Esposito has opened the secret file on the latest “One-Shot” film Agent Carter, and EW has the exclusive look at the retro-comic poster and three images from the movie, which will debut at Comic-Con next Friday.

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'Captain America: The Winter Soldier': New concept art shows battle between friends turned foes -- EXCLUSIVE

The first time moviegoers met James “Bucky” Barnes he was saving puny Steve Rogers from a beat-down by a thug in an alley.

Now he’s the one throwing the punches at his old pal.

Each year, Marvel Studios teases one of its upcoming films by debuting some concept art a week before Comic-Con, so this time we’re treated to an artist’s rendering of an epic battle scene between the two title characters of Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

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'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' teaser poster reveals battered shield

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Looks like some of the luster has worn off.

Marvel Studios revealed a new teaser poster for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, a battered and scratched image of the hero’s iconic red, white, and blue shield.

Think of it as a metaphor for the star-spangled hero’s own psyche.

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Robert Downey Jr. to return as Iron Man for two 'Avengers' movies -- BREAKING

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Picture a big pile of money in that metal hand.

Robert Downey Jr. has reached a two-picture deal with Marvel Studios to appear in The Avengers 2 and The Avengers 3 — but notably not for a possible Iron Man 4.

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'Captain America: The Winter Soldier': Anthony Mackie eager for the Falcon to take wing

Anthony Mackie has covered a lot of ground during a 12-year Hollywood adventure, but now he’s ready for a new type of stardom — one that comes with an aerial view.

“Trust me, it’s a lot of fun to be a superhero,” the New Orleans native said of his ongoing work on Captain America: The Winter Soldier and his role as the high-flying Falcon. “All of it, everything that’s come together, it feels like a special moment.”

Now filming in ClevelandCaptain America: The Winter Soldier will be the ninth Marvel Studios release when it arrives in April 2014. Chris Evans is back in the red, white and blue battle togs of the title hero, the time-tossed patriot, Steve Rogers, who was introduced in Captain America: The First Avenger in 2011. The cast of this modern-day tale also includes Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson, Robert Redford, Sebastian Stan, Hayley Atwell, Toby Jones, and Mackie as a character who holds a special place in comic book history as the first African-American superhero.
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Glenn Close joins Nova Corps in 'Guardians Of The Galaxy'

Six-time Oscar nominee Glenn Close (Albert Nobbs) is set to join the ensemble cast of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy.

According to Deadline’s report, Close will play a Nova Corps leader in director James Gunn’s take on the series, and star alongside Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Lee Pace, Michael Rooker, and John C. Reilly, who recently joined the cast to play the part of  Rhomann Dey. Marvel fans may be excited to learn that Nova Corps will have a role in the big screen adaptation of Guardians. For the uninitiated, Nova Corps is an intergalactic police force that appears throughout the Marvel universe.

Though Close takes on diverse roles, she often ends up portraying serious, driven, and borderline psychotic types — even in farces like Mars Attacks. This will be her first foray into the world of blockbuster comic book adaptations, but Close has a number of other projects on the horizon too. Since Damages has come to an end, Close has had the opportunity to get back into features and is currently working on the Joe Albany biopic Low Down with Game of Thrones stars Lena Headey and Peter Dinklage, and 5 to 7 with Frank Langella, Anton Yelchin and Olivia Thirlby.

Follow Lindsey on Twitter: @ldbahr

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