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Joss Whedon Doesn’t Want to Make Avengers 2 Without Robert Downey Jr

Joss Whedon Doesn’t Want to Make Avengers 2 Without Robert Downey Jr
Joss Whedon recently sat down with The Daily Beast to talk about his latest project Much Ado About Nothing. But as interviews with Joss tend to do, the subject of The Avengers came up. More than a month after the release of Iron Man 3, we’re still wondering about the fate of Tony Stark’s casting. Robert Downey Jr. seemed to be undecided, saying both that he enjoyed the work too much and also that it might be time to move on to new things.... 

Joss Whedon’s “Much Ado About Nothing” Trailer

Joss Whedon’s “Much Ado About Nothing” Trailer
As some will know, while making The Avengers, Joss Whedon also made a much smaller movie project on the side: an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. One can’t deny that Whedon and Shakespeare are a match made in heaven, both being kings of storytelling and dialogue (who could forget Whedon’s usage of “mewling quim” in The Avengers?). Much Ado About Nothing brings those two worlds together. Given the shock announcement... 

Joss Whedon – “S.H.I.E.L.D.” development has gotten “very far”, will have all-new characters

Joss Whedon – “S.H.I.E.L.D.” development has gotten “very far”, will have all-new characters
Joss Whedon is a man of many projects, and while showcasing his latest cinematic offering with Shakespeare re-imaging Much Ado About Nothing, Whedon has been doing the rounds at the Toronto International Film Festival answering any and every question being thrown his way. Of course given his recent success with The Avengers and his exclusive contract with Marvel until 2015, there has been a fair amount of Marvel-centric questioning. This is not any... 

Joss Whedon talks Guardians and Avengers 2

Joss Whedon talks Guardians and Avengers 2
Joss Whedon has taken his film Much Ado About Nothing to the Toronto International Film Festival. The film, a recreation of Shakespeare’s play, was shot in 12 days at Joss Whedon’s house. You see Joss doesn’t have holidays, he just makes more movies. After spending so much time on a project like The Avengers where it’s a huge collaboration, the director wanted to spend some time doing something a little smaller in scale with people he enjoys... 
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