We’re in the endgame now. The final chapter of the Avengers series, and the capstone to this era of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is upon us, and we sat down with Anthony Russo and Joe Russo, the directors of the colossal superhero extravaganza, to talk about how on earth you bring something like this to a close.
Now that we’ve all (hopefully) recovered from our Infinity War-induced sadness, it’s time for a lighter, brighter Marvel movie in the form of Ant-Man And The Wasp – and it just so happens that we sat down to talk about this refreshing palate cleanser with Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas and director Peyton Reed!
Ten years ago, if you had argued that Iron Man of all things would be the most important and influential superhero film of the year – if not the most important film of the year, period – chances are that no-one would have believed you. And yet here we are, a decade in to the grand experiment that is the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Avengers: Infinity War, the 19th (!) film in the series and the culmination of everything that’s gone before. With enormous hype and a presumably even more enormous budget behind it, it has a lot to deliver on – but will people be satisfied?
We’re barely a month out from the release of Avengers: Infinity War, which means we’re long overdue to start guessing about what’s going to happen, what the impact on the rest of these films will be, and of course, who’s going to die.