In a little over a month, Marvel Studios will release Avengers: Age of Ultron. Like the first Avengers, Ultron’s a Joss Whedon joint, written and directed by the beloved Buffy geek auteur. Whedon has long hinted that he’d be departing the Marvel megafranchise after his second Avengers film. But Marvel has already announced a two-part Avengers epic, Infinity War, appearing in two installments currently scheduled for May 2018 and May 2019.
It looks like Marvel’s found their new franchise steersman. Badass Digest reports that Marvel Studios has officially signed Joe and Anthony Russo to direct the Avengers threequel duology. Marvel has no official comment, but EW has confirmed that the Russo Brothers are close to signing a deal to helm...
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