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The upcoming biggest event in the Marvel Cinematic Universe looks like it will also have the biggest bill of any film ever made.
A new report at Bleeding Cool says that in talking with "very well sourced comic book film insiders in New York bars last night," they were told that the upcoming two-part "Avengers: Infinity War" saga will have one gigantic price tag - a combined production budget of one billion dollars.
The report claims around $400 million of that is for screenwriters, directors, producers and principal cast members, with Robert Downey Jr. to get essentially "half of the actor budget". The report comes as there is no script yet completed or even a finalized plot in place.
If correct, this would easily be the biggest budgeted production of all time - well ahead of "The Hobbit" trilogy at $745 million and the single most expensive film to date - "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" at $378 million.
Following on from the announcement of an "Ant-Man" sequel and three more untitled Marvel films in 2020, Disney Pictures has now announced release dates for nineteen of the films it intends to release over the next five years.
The news comes as the studio announced that it crossed the $4 billion mark at the global box office in record time, surpassing its previous fastest time (last year) by nearly six weeks. Below is the entire release slate which sees "Toy Story 4" bumped back a year, "The Incredibles" sequel scoring a release date, and more:
October 16th 2015: "Bridge of Spies"
November 25th 2015: "The Good Dinosaur"
December 18th 2015: "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"
January 29th 2016: "The Finest Hours"
March 4th 2016: "Zootopia"
April 15th 2016: "The Jungle Book"
May 6th 2016: "Captain America: Civil War"
May 27th 2016: "Alice Through the Looking Glass"
June 17th 2016: "Finding Dory"
July 1th 2016: "The BFG"
August 12th 2016: "Pete's Dragon"
November 4th 2016: "Doctor Strange"
November 23rd 2016: "Moana"
December 16th 2016: "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story"
March 17th 2017: "Beauty and the Beast"
March 31st 2017: "Ghost in the Shell"
May 5th 2017: "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2"
May 26th 2017: "Star Wars: Episode VIII"
June 16th 2017: "Cars 3"
July 7th 2017: "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales"
November 3rd 2017: "Thor: Ragnarok"
November 22nd 2017: "Coco"
December 22nd 2017: Untitled Disney Fairytale Project (Live Action)
February 16th 2018: "Black Panther"
March 9th 2018: "Gigantic"
May 4th 2018: "Avengers: Infinity War - Part I"
June 15th 2018: "Toy Story 4"
July 6th 2018: "Ant-Man and the Wasp"
November 2nd 2018: Untitled Disney Fairytale Project (Live Action)
March 8th 2019: "Captain Marvel"
March 29th 2019: Untitled Disney Fairytale Project (Live Action)
April 12th 2019: Untitled DisneyToon Studios Project
May 3rd 2019: "Avengers: Infinity War - Part II"
June 21st 2019: "The Incredibles 2"
July 12th 2019: "Inhumans"
November 8th 2019: Untitled Disney Fairytale Project (Live Action)
March 13th 2020: Untitled Pixar Project
May 1st 2020: Untitled Marvel Project
June 19th 2020: Untitled Pixar Project
July 10th 2020: Untitled Marvel Project
November 6th 2020: Untitled Marvel Project
November 25th 2020: Untitled Disney Animation Project
Marvel Studios are shifting around their plans for their third phase with the announcement of a new film joining the line-up - "Ant-Man and the Wasp".
Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly will reprise their roles of Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne respectively in the follow-up to this Summer's "Ant-Man". It will debut on July 6th 2018, taking the release slot previously marked for "Black Panther".
As a result of that move, "Black Panther" has been moved forward several months and will now open February 16th 2018. On the flipside the "Captain Marvel" film has been pushed back several months and will now debut March 8th 2019.
Finally, release dates for three more mystery films have been set - May 1st 2020, July 10th 2020, and November 6th 2020. Their upcoming slate now looks like:
"Captain America: Civil War" on May 6th 2016
"Doctor Strange" on November 4th 2016
"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" on May 5th 2017
"Untitled Spider-Man Reboot" on July 28th 2017
"Thor: Ragnarok" on November 3rd 2017
"Black Panther" on February 16th 2018
"Avengers: Infinity War Part I" on May 4th 2018
"Ant-Man and the Wasp" on July 6th 2018
"Captain Marvel" on March 8th 2019
"Avengers: Infinity War Part II" on May 3rd 2019
"Inhumans" on July 12th 2019
-Title Unknown- on May 1st 2020
-Title Unknown- on July 10th 2020
-Title Unknown- on November 6th 2020
Source: Marvel Studios
After several mostly fun teasers for Netflix and Marvel's upcoming "Jessica Jones" TV series, the streaming service has now released a new one that shifts the focus away from the titular former superhero turned investigator and towards the show's main antagonist - The Purple Man (David Tennant).
It's a surprisingly effective and creepy little piece, not surprising as the villain himself is one of the most sinister in Marvel comic-dom - his body produces a pheromone that allows him to control others actions by verbal suggestions, including committing acts against their will. Essentially a very effective form of mind control. "Jessica Jones" premieres on the service on November 20th.
Filmmaker George Miller has already quashed those rumors that he's under consideration to direct the "Man of Steel" direct sequel, confirming in interviews that though some early discussions did happen regarding DC Comics properties he might want to tackle - he revealed he wasn't interested.
Of course Miller had some big plans for DC Comics properties a few years ago with his cancelled "Justice League" film. That film had D.J. Cotrana slated to play Superman/Clark Kent, a character that Miller finds challenging to embrace. Speaking with IGN recently, he elaborated on his issues with Superman as a character and how he would've fitted into Miller's JL:
"I think its been said many times before: he's potentially a very boring character because he has no faults, so you really have to find his demons really to get an internal conflict going. You've really got to do that. Whether that's by an external agency or something deep inside himself. You need that conflicted character.
That's what made the Greek gods so great. I mean they were jealous, vengeful, hubristic. They had all these things going for them. I think that's why Batman's such an interesting character because he's human, so he's just like us. He's relatable, rather than someone who's just perfect.
And in terms of what we would've done, clearly we weren't going to fly Superman and Wonder Woman on wires, they were going to be C.G., but again you're working your butt off to make it not look like C.G.. Ken Ralston – who's a great, great visual effects artist – was going to be doing a lot of that. The WETA stuff at that point was mainly in the practical costumes and the effects."
Miller also re-affirmed a statement that he's seeking a small film as his next project, and that the next "Mad Max" film will be some time off if it goes forward.