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Mar 2016
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VULTURE – How would you like to roll around in bed with Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen as they kiss, exchange declarations of love, and mull a nighttime “bronco ride” that sounds more than a little steamy? You’re in luck, because this exclusive clip from their new movie, I Saw the Light, is so intimate — and the chemistry between the stars so evident — that you’ll almost feel like three’s a crowd in that big bed.

 

In the film from writer-director Marc Abraham (out March 25), Hiddleston plays country-music star Hank Williams, whose undeniable talent was marred by a battle with alcohol addiction. He’s off the bottle in this bedroom scene, which his wife Audrey notes will only be a boon during their forthcoming bronco ride. Press play and watch as the two of them get it on, and please don’t think of Hiddleston and Olsen’s better-known Marvel roles: The notion of Loki fooling around with a negligee-wearing Scarlet Witch might inspire some mighty weird fanfic.

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Mar 2016
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11
Mar 2016
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MOVIEPILOT – Now, I may be going out on something of a limb here, but I’d wager that – for all that Elizabeth Olsen was excellent in the role – the vast majority of fans came away from Avengers: Age of Ultron having more-or-less no idea how in the hell any of Wanda ‘Scarlet Witch’ Maximoff’s powers worked. After all, she seemed to be something in between a telekinetic, a telepath and a poorly-defined magic user – all traits that haven’t been previously explored in the MCU. Check out this Age of Ultron featurette, which introduced the variety of her abilities:

 

 

Of course, in Marvel comic book form, Scarlet Witch’s powers make a lot of sense, just so long as you’re willing to suspend your disbelief a little: depending on the era and writer, they’re some variation of mutation-enabled probability-distorting ‘hexes’ and a whole bunch of magical ability.

 

In the MCU, though, Wanda has been left with a mysterious – and subtly different – set of powers, that it seems neither she nor us fans really understand. That could, however, soon change. Y’see:

 

‘Captain America: Civil War’ Will Apparently Explain Scarlet Witch’s Powers

 

That, at least, seems to be the general implication of recent comments from two key creative components.

 

For one thing, Elizabeth Olsen herself has noted that the movie is set to showcase a whole lot of development for the young hero – including her burgeoning powers. As she recently revealed to SuperheroHype:

 

“We find Scarlet Witch without a home, without a family, and she ends up creating a surrogate family within the Avengers and making a decision to be a part of the team. I think a lot of that has to do with Jeremy’s character – like his attitude towards her and the speech he gives her at the end of the film. So we pick up with her having started a new life, but still trying to figure out what her abilities are and if using them causes greater good or greater damage.”

 

Or, in other words, there will likely be at least a little of the film’s running time spent focused on Wanda’s powers, and on the fact that they do, in fact, have some kind of limit.

 

Indeed, as the movie’s co-director Joe Russo revealed, those limits are firmly in the filmmakers’ minds:

 

“We like characters that have limitations to their powers, so there’s a cost for everything that they do…Wanda can’t fly, she can use her power to push herself off, launch and then bring herself back down. But she has to stop herself and it’s not the most graceful version of flying. It’s just using her power to create energy to push herself up and bring herself down, but she’s still subject to gravity.”

 

Which is a) good to hear from the standpoint of super-heroic realism, and b) quite possibly a hint towards just what her powers are actually based upon.

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Mar 2016
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THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – With more than 10 superheroes lining up for a fight, fans wondered just how big Captain America: Civil War was going to be. Now they have their answer — with a 2 hours and 27 minutes runtime, Disney confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter.

 

At 147 minutes, Civil War will be the longest Marvel movie to date, coming in four minutes longer than the previous title holder, 2012’s Marvel’s The Avengers. Apparently, Marvel movies featuring teams of superheroes run long; last year’s Avengers: Age of Ultron ran 141 minutes, with all other Marvel releases save 2014’s Captain America: The Winter Soldier (136 minutes) clocking in around the two hour mark.

 

For those looking for specifics, continuing down from longest to shortest, the remaining Marvel movies are Iron Man 3 (130 mins), Iron Man (126 mins), Iron Man 2 (125 mins), Captain America: The First Avenger (124 mins), Guardians of the Galaxy (122 mins), Ant-Man (117 mins), Thor (114 mins) and, matching each other for joint last place, The Incredible Hulk and Thor: The Dark World (112 mins).

 

Captain America: Civil War is likely to need the expanded length; in addition to pitting two teams of superheroes against each other and tying up the Winter Soldier plot left dangling in the previous Cap movie, the feature will also introduce two new players to the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and Spider-Man (Tom Holland).

 

While it may be the longest Marvel movie to date, it’s far from the longest superhero movie released. This month’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice runs 151 minutes, while 2012’s The Dark Knight Rises ran an impressive 165 minutes.

 

Captain America: Civl War opens May 5.

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Mar 2016
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MTV – Star Wars: The Force Awakens leads the pack with a whopping 11 MTV Movie Awards nominations, including noms in key categories like Movie of the Year, Best Female Performance (Daisy Ridley), Best Villain (Adam Driver) and Breakthrough Performance (Ridley and co-star John Boyega). Meanwhile, Deadpool scored eight nominations, including five for the Merc With a Mouth himself, Ryan Reynolds. (Here’s hoping he and co-star Morena Baccarin will re-enact their nominated “Best Kiss” on the Movie Awards stage.)

 

But that’s not all: starting today, fans can cast their votes for their favorites at MovieAwards.MTV.com, through Sunday, March 20. Fans will also be allowed to vote for the coveted “Movie of the Year” directly on Google — just Google “MTV Vote” and make your pick. Seriously, voting has never been easier.

 

HERE’S EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE 2016 MTV MOVIE AWARDS

 

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Kevin Hart, both 2016 Movie Awards nominees themselves, will host this year’s ceremony, which air on April 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The show, which marks its 25th anniversary, will be held outdoors at the famed Warner Bros. Studios.

 

Without further ado, here are your nominees for the 2016 MTV Movie Awards. Be sure to tune to find out who will take home the Golden Popcorn!

 

Movie of the Year
–Avengers: Age of Ultron
–Creed
–Deadpool
–Jurassic World
–Star Wars: The Force Awakens
–Straight Outta Compton

 

Ensemble Cast
–Avengers: Age of Ultron
–Furious 7
–Pitch Perfect 2
–Star Wars: The Force Awakens
–The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2
–Trainwreck

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Mar 2016
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Mar 2016
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SCREENRANT -Joss Whedon’s Avengers: Age of Ultron finally gave the team’s marksman, Hawkeye, the spotlight attention he deserved. As one of the few original Avengers without a solo origin story, Clint Barton’s (Jeremy Renner) background and personality can only be explored in team movies, and Ultron took advantage of this where its predecessor did not. Moviegoers were able to learn about his secret family life and why he’s the heart of the team.

 

And it’s a motivating speech, from the perspective of a non-superpowered soldier in Hawkeye, that helps newcomer Wanda Maximoff a.k.a. Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) step up and fight alongside the Avengers. That relationship, as we learned from chatting with the pair last summer, continues in Captain America: Civil War. With her brother dead, the Avengers are the new family for Wanda, and it’s Clint who helps her feel at home.

 

In our interview, Renner talks about his new costume and how he’ll be using nonlethal arrows to battle fellow Avengers. And as for Scarlet Witch, we’ll see a whole new power level for the character who’s been developing and training in the year since Age of Ultron. No mind control this time!

 

Where do we pick up with your characters? [to Renner] At the end of Ultron, you’re chillin’ with your family, hanging at the farmhouse, and [to Olsen] you’re kind of reeling from the death of your brother. So where do we pick up with guys in Civil War?

 

Elizabeth Olsen: We leave Scarlet Witch without a home, without a family, and she ends up creating a surrogate family within the Avengers and making a decision to be a part of the team. I think a lot of that has to do with what Jeremy’s character – like his attitude towards her and the speech he gives her at the end of the film. So we pick up with her having started a new life, but still trying to figure out what her abilities are and if using them causes greater good or greater damage.

 

Jeremy Renner: Marvel’s really smart about continuing the storylines of all the different movies from Ultron into this one and blah to blah to blah – it’s pretty seamless. So where we left off in Ultron is definitely picked up in Cap 3 here, pretty smoothly I think.

 

So are you still wrestling with the fact of do I stay with my family or do I help with the situation – is that still kind of your motivation?

 

Jeremy Renner: I think that’ll always be there for [Clint] Barton, right? You have real life, and then you have fight life. [Laughs] And that’s the character that I love now – discovering that in him makes him a very sort of accessible Avenger. That’ll always be there, I’m sure. And it certainly plays in this one.

 

What is the bond like between you two?

 

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Mar 2016
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COMIC BOOK MOVIE – Three more awesome pieces of Captain America: Civil War concept art give us our best look yet at Scarlet Witch’s (Elizabeth Olsen) updated costume for this latest MCU movie…

 

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Directed by Anthony & Joe Russo and from a screenplay by Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely, Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War finds Steve Rogers leading the newly formed team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. But after another incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability, headed by a governing body to oversee and direct the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers, resulting in two camps—one led by Steve Rogers and his desire for the Avengers to remain free to defend humanity without government interference, and the other following Tony Stark’s surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability.

 

With an all-star cast that includes Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Anthony Mackie, Paul Bettany, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Rudd, Chadwick Boseman, Emily VanCamp, Daniel Brühl, Frank Grillo, with William Hurt, and Martin Freeman, Captain America: Civil War is scheduled for release on May 6, 2016.

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Feb 2016
I Saw The Light, Interviews, Videos  •  By  •  0 Comments

 

DIGITAL SPY – Elizabeth Olsen has defended co-star Tom Hiddleston’s casting as Hank Williams in their upcoming movie – claiming that he “nailed” his performance as the legendary singer.
The Avengers: Age of Ultron star – who was awarded Movie Actress of the Year at last night’s Elle Style Awards – ​plays Audrey Mae Williams​ opposite Hiddleston in Marc Abraham’s I Saw the Light, ​set for release later this year. ​

 

She told ​Digital Spy​: “I know some people were confused by why he was cast as the part, but you won’t think twice about when you watch the movie.”

 

Olsen also spoke about co-starring with Jeremy Renner in upcoming political thriller Windy River, and playing Scarlet Witch in Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War.

 

TV Actress of the Year Liv Tyler, All Saints, Ellie Goulding, Nick Grimshaw and Inspiring Woman of the Year Karlie Kloss were also in attendance at yesterday’s star-studded ceremony at the Tate Britain.

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